Kurtis invited you to "Yellow Sea Cup 2010: Seoul Survivors vs. Shanghai Hairy Crabs" on Saturday, May 29 at 2:00pm.
Kurtis says, "Ladies and gents,
C'mon down and support your team. This is our most important game of the year! Help us bring home the Yellow Sea Cup!".
Event: Yellow Sea Cup 2010: Seoul Survivors vs. Shanghai Hairy CrabsWhat: Sporting
EventStart Time: Saturday, May 29 at 2:00pmEnd Time: Saturday, May 29 at 4:00pmWhere:
Jamwon Rugby Pitch, Apgujeong, Seoul
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Seoul Host Top-ranked Shanghai in International Rugby ClashThe
Seoul Survivors will host archrivals the Shanghai Hairy Crabs at Jamwon Rugby Pitch, Apgujeong at 2:30pm on Saturday, May 29th. This international rugby match between 2009’s two top-ranked sides looms as the most anticipated clash of the 2010 Yellow Sea Cup and will play a large part in deciding the fate of this year’s trophy.The Yellow Sea Cup is an annual round-robin competition between four of Asia’s top expatriate rugby teams: the Beijing Devils, the Shanghai Hairy Crabs and the Guangzhou Rams, all representing China’s expatriate populations, as well as South Korea’s sole representative, the Seoul Survivors.
The Survivors and the Hairy Crabs have had a history of close-fought games with Shanghai edging out the Survivors for the past three years, retaining their mantle as Asia’s top expatriate rugby team. Playing hosts this year, Seoul will look to place one hand firmly on the trophy for the first time since winning the inaugural championship in 2005.