The 2003–04 ARFU Asian Rugby Series was the first edition of a tournament created by Asian Rugby Football Union for national teams.The formula was in two step. The 12 teams were divided in three pool of three, then, accordind the results of the first round, in four pool in order to define the ranking.

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  • The 2003–04 ARFU Asian Rugby Series was the first edition of a tournament created by Asian Rugby Football Union for national teams.The formula was in two step. The 12 teams were divided in three pool of three, then, accordind the results of the first round, in four pool in order to define the ranking. (en)
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