Sri Lanka 49, Kazakhstan 18 (WCQ Asia; Asia Nations Division 1)
Chinese Taipei 52, Thailand 23 (WCQ Asia; Asia Nations Division 1)
Germany 73, Sweden 17 in Hamburg (WCQ Europe R4; ENC 1B)
Switzerland 19, Malta 10 in Valette (WCQ Europe R3; ENC 2A)
Israel 17, Latvia 15 in Netanya (WCQ Europe R2; ENC 2B)
Hungary 11, Austria 10 in Vienna (WCQ Europe R1; ENC 2C)
Bulgaria 20, Slovenia 14 in Sofia (WCQ Europe R1; ENC 2C)
Sri Lanka has qualified to play in next years Asia 5 Nations division which is the top league for Asian rugby. From the 2014 Asia 5 Nations competition one team will qualify directly to the 2015 Rugby World Cup finals and the 2nd placed side will qualify for the repechage rounds. Sri Lanka comfortably defeated a very disappointing and apparently unfit Kazakhstan side.
Chinese Taipei stay in Division 1 for 2014 whilst Thailand returns to Asia Nations Division 2.
In ENC competitions overnight Germany overwhelmed an underprepared Swedish side, Switzerland surprised Malta at home, Israel just squeaked past Latvia at home, Hungary defeated Austria by 1 point whilst Bulgaria defeated Slovenia at home.