Fiji’s drawcard in attracting travellers is fast becoming sports tourism, as major resorts in the country look towards taking advantage of the opportunities it presents.
Rugby remains one of the major sports attracting visitors to the nation’s shores most especially the 7s code and beach rugby.
With the national side scooping gold during the 2016 edition of the Rio Olympics in Brazil, the country was shot to limelight.
One of the very popular rugby clubs in Thailand is the Bangkok Lions Rugby football club, fondly known as the BKK Lions.
The idea behind the club was to promote rugby in a big way to the people of Thailand, especially the young people living in Bangkok. This led to the mini rugby club being established by a group of old players many years back.
The Bangkok Lions Rugby football club is a very popular club in Thailand.
The mini rugby club was established when a group of old rugby players from the country wanted to promote the rugby spots in a big way to the Thai people and especially among the expatriate young people living in Bangkok. This rugby team in Thailand was formed many years ago, but many are still not aware of such a club in Thailand. This club was started with the purpose of shaping a very good and young rugby team for Bangkok.
Many might not have heard of BKK Lions.
This team of rugby in Thailand has been formed several years back and heralds the unique start of the game’s presence in this country. It is a form of mini rugby that is designed to help shape up a young team in the country.
Not many have heard of the BKK Lions as yet.
You might be one of the first few to read about them as this mini rugby team has recently been formed. It is known as Bangkok Lions Mini Rugby Union. It has been established by experienced rugby players and enthusiasts of Bangkok who have been trying to bring the game among the youths in the country. With this union formed, they wish to promote the game among Thai as well as youths of the expatriate communities in this country.
Manu Tuilagi is all set to make his return for Leicester on Friday in what is turning into a 2-match warm-up before reenforcing England’s crusade for the Six Nations tournamenttitle.
Tuilagi has recovered from the hamstring tendon strain which forced him to drop Leicester’s past three matches and starts the Premiership game at the Harlequins knowing Eddie Jones will be watching.