The very first ' Sai Kung Stingrays All Girls Rugby Tournament' was held back in 2006, when 130 girls braved the rain to play 66 games in the inaugural event.

Now in it's 14th year, the tournament has not only strengthened domestic female rugby but has also had international interest with teams participating from Guam, Laos, Japan, Australia and Singapore. 


The 2019 event saw over 85 teams participate from both minis and youth age groups. Girls came together to take part in what is now the biggest all girls rugby tournament in the world. 

In 2020 the AGIR7s will continue to grow the number of overseas and local teams, and will welcome girls from both the northern and southern hemispheres.