Division V – Teams

According to HSBC A5N 2012 rankings


Returning for another tilt at the Division Five title, Brunei, last year's runners-up, will be keen to make the most of the opportunity to play international rugby.


They will however face a hard time against hosts Cambodia in the best of two series in 2013.  After their narrow 19-15 win over the hosts in 2013, Brunei will need to repeat the feat in this year's competition to claim their first outright Division title since the inception of the A5N in 2008.



A heartbreaking loss to Brunei in the opener last year left Cambodia in the lurch as they sought to break through the Division V deadlock.


Once again Cambodia will have home ground advantage in Phnom Penh and will be hoping the fans can cheer them on to top the competition.  This time they will find themselves tested twice as they hope to claim their first Divisional title on home ground. 


See also

Division V – Match Results

Division V – Top scorers

Schedules / Games

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