The prestigious international Hong Kong five-a-side rugby tournament starts next month, and here are the teams taking part:
Scotland: Alastair MacKenzie, Sean Newzealander, John McEnglish, John Evans, Shane O'Brisbane
Ireland: Kevin O'Leary, Michael McDonald, Tom Smith, Seamus Hughes, Patrick Vladivostock
England: John Accrington, Steven DiMaggio, Michael Mgbeme, Tonga O'Wu, Mick McGiggs
Wales: John Williams, Jonathan Hughes, John Morgan, Joe Jones, Jonathan Davies
France: Gaston Vichy, Pierre Vancouver, Albert De Guyana, Michael O'Bruxelles, Eric von Ruhr
Italy: Gian-Franco di Parmiggio, Jean-Luc Picardio, Paolo McAllemagnia, Michele Braithwaite, Jose O'Bratwurst
Referees will be: Adolf von Klinkerhoffen (France), Gianni O'Wickford (Italy), Jonathan Jenkins (Wales), Lorenzo McKhan (England), Jeremy Croydon (Scotland) and Michael Waggawagga (Ireland).
The winning team will be awarded passports to any of the other five competing nations that they choose. The runners-up will get sent to America to learn to play rugby in helmets. The Americans already playing there will become the cheer-leaders team.