At 9am on June 4 head over to Dulwich College Beijing to witness the intensity that is 2016's Beijing Rugby Sino 10s.

Organized by the Beijing Aardvarks RFC, the competition brings eight of Mainland's China's best rugby teams, both men and women, together to play for the ultimate title of Sino 10s champion. 

In this format, which has quickly become popular around the world, games last no more than 20 minutes each, with only 10 players on each side. The format has become a crowd puller mostly because of its lung-bursting runs and of course, bone-crunching tackles.

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The games will be free to watch for visitors, and there'll be some food and drink for sale around the pitch, which makes a lovely day out of the city. The after party will head to Paddy O'Shea's for some suitably rugby-fueled hijinks.

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