DRFCDoncaster Rovers Football Club (UK)
DRFCDistrict Rotary Foundation Committee
DRFCDaniel Radcliffe Fan Club (Harry Potter)
DRFCDotation Régionale de la Formation Continue (French: Regional Allocation of Continuing Education)
DRFCDépartement de Recherche sur la Fusion Contrôlée (French: Department for Research on Controlled Fusion; Commissariat à l'Énergie Atomique)
DRFCDoylestown Rugby Football Club
DRFCDunbar Rugby Football Club
DRFCDeeside Rugby Football Club (UK)
DRFCDuluth Rugby Football Club
DRFCDagenham and Redbridge Football Club (UK)
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DRFC Hurricanes, who posted a surprising 46-7 victory over Camels 2 after suffering a 0-70 loss to Camels 1 in the earlier match on Saturday are currently third on the league table with 22 points.
Under Palmer, DRFC has won the Gulf Premiership and the Gulf Top 6 competitions besides finishing third in the West Asia Championship this past season.
QRF president Yousef al-Kuwari and QRF secretary general Ali al-Malki with the Camels 1 team after they won the final against DRFC Hurricanes (top right) yesterday.
From left) QRF senior co-ordinator Samuel Rico, Al Khor Rugby Club coach Andy Napier, Camels 2 captain Tala Mujalli, DRFC Hurricanes acting captain Tim Newnham, Blue Falcons captain Jean Barat, QRF general secretary Ali al-Malki, College of North Atlantic-Qatar captain Syed Asad Ali, Lions RFC captain Moses Dorairajah and Camels 1 captain Illese Rakabu at a media conference yesterday.
DRFC Hurricanes seem to have finally found their stride as they posted huge deficit points against their rivals.
DRFC Hurricanes will want to maintain their winning streak when they also face CNAQ and the luckless Blue Falcons.
The best match of the night ended up in a draw when the Camels 2 played host to the DRFC Hurricanes.
Clarke and team-mate Thomas Nolan earned their 50 caps for DRFC a couple of weeks ago, and were awarded their customary 50 caps blazer after the win.
Isaac Banks, player cum manager of DRFC Hurricanes said, "We think the Sevens Championship is a fantastic addition to the QRF calendar.
Thanks to coaches Big Dave and Merlyn for leading the troops, and again to the tournament organisers and all the selfless volunteers for doing DRFC proud, and for showing the rest of the GCC how tournaments can and should be run.
Kyran also managed to swing by the Doha Rugby Club on Wednesday night to hold a training session with the Colts and the First IV and show his support for the DRFC Business Forum, a fantastic initiative which brings top business professionals to Doha who also enjoy playing amateur rugby.
On the local front, DRFC 2nd team is also slated to host Al Khor 2nd team and training for the match is well underway too.