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18 rugby teams to compete in 2018 Gulangyu Cup on May 12

      The ten-a-side rugby tournament is scheduled for May 12th at the Gulangyu People's Stadium this year. The event is an annual rugby competition held on the scenic and historic Gulangyu Island since May 2009. It's a great chance for Xiamen locals to tour Gulangyu and enjoy a weekend of sport.   This year, the event is also called "Gulangyu Cup"; 16 men's rugby teams and two women's teams will slug it out in the competitive event.   This year's participating teams:      

3rd Xiamen Gulangyu Rugby Tens Tournament to kick off on May 7

  We are back again!!!  7th May 2011 will see the third Xiamen Gulangyu Rugby Tens Tournament, hosted by Xiamen Typhoons RFC at the People’s Stadium on Gulangyu Island.  The tournament has expanded again, and this year will include ten of the best men’s teams and four of the top women’s teams in Greater China, all converging on Xiamen.   The action starts early, covering a full day jam-packed with great rugby and entertainment from 8am thru’ 5.30pm.  Entrance is FREE, so bring along your friends and family for a huge day of

Xiamen Typhoons Vs Chengdu Pandas rugby match on Jan 15

  The Xiamen Typhoons Rugby Football Club will be taking on the Chengdu Shamrock Pandas in the third Gan Bei Cup. In a test of wit, grit and spit the Typhoons will be seeking to claim the Gan Bei Cup their own in 2011.   If you haven’t seen the Typhoons on tour or host an away team yet, this is the time. The friendly rivalry of spotted fury folk against our finest lean, mean, fighting machines will be put to the test as we smash our way into an action packed weekend. So come out and join the Typhoons as we host the Chengdu Pandas and as always Burgers and Beers will be served at the

Xiamen & Taiwan rugby teams to compete in Straits Cup in Gulangyu

Strait Cup Taiwan-Xiamen Rugby Game   On August 14th, Xiamen Typhoons will welcome Foresight RFC to Gulangyu Peoples' Stadium for a historic rugby match and to compete for The Straits Cup.   Hailing from Tainan, Taiwan, and founded by former Xiamener James Wu, this game of rugby will be the first time this club side has travelled from Taiwan to the Chinese mainland to play. Made up of mainly Taiwanese players this is the first tour for the club so come and join us in giving them a warm welcome on and off the field.   SOURCE: Xiamen