The Midwest Men's 7s Series standings have been changed following a
disciplinary action on three teams.
This is the second disciplinary action to affect a regional 7s series this
week. The issues are the same - clubs were under the impression a player
was legal to play, but the player had not submitted his team transfer
application in time.
In the case of the Midwest, three... Read More
The Milwaukee Barbarians enter this weekend’s Rock ‘N Roll 7s in Cleveland
in second place in the Midwest. They’ve gotten there by finishing second to
the first-place Chicago Lions in each of the last two qualifiers.
(Note - as of Friday, July 12, Milwaukee was bumped up to 1st after an
eligibility paperwork mistake docked the Chicago Lions of points)
In the last qualifier,... Read More
The 35th Annual Can-Am Summer 7s kicks off this weekend with a
new job to do.
This tournament will be LIVE STREAMED starting noon local time
on Saturday. See the video window below to see the games.
Along with welcoming the best of the Pacific Northwest from both sides of
the US-Canada border, the Can-Am 7s will, this year, be a qualifier for the
Pacific Coast... Read More
If you haven't heard much about the Seattle-Old Puget Sound 7s team, it's
because they have been quiet.
After running a long and exhausting season, that ended June 2 with their
close DI final loss to Life University, the club decided on a soft launch
to the 7s season.
"Last year, we
went right from the 15s season and the Super League Final into the 7s
season, and near the end... Read More
The third leg of the Men’s Northeast Qualifying will take place this
weekend at Quinnipiac Recreational Fields in Cheshire, Connecticut. A
mirror image of the last tournament, the field of eight will once again
compete for a place at the National Tournament.
With two legs
of qualifying in the books, the standings are starting to take shape. Three
teams have emerged from the... Read More
The Northern California men’s club 7s series goes into its final weekend a
little shaken up after an eligibility issue pushed three teams down in the
At issue is the fact that three clubs had players switch club registration
late, and as a result have had to forfeit their points earned in the
opening tournament of the three-tournament series.
One team, Diablo Olde... Read More
Two-thirds of the way through the West qualification season, WE Rugby seems
primed for a second Nationals berth in just three years of existence.
In 2011, The Woodlands Exiles were carried largely by the play of Canadian
National Team members Phil Mack and John Moonlight. Former Eagle Mark
Aylor, NA4 veteran Nathan Rogers and former NFL running back Yamar
Washington helped the... Read More
Playing into the New York Night at Randall’s Island, the New England
Olympic Development Academy’s first team took home first place and a grand
prize of $3500 at the Midnight 7s Tournament hosted by Old Blue Rugby
New England ODA got off to a rocky start as they fell to Schuylkill River
15-12 in their... Read More
WE Rugby, formerly The Woodlands Exiles, won the second West
Qualifier Saturday in Lee’s Summit, Mo., impressively going 6-0 en route to
the title. WE Rugby went 4-0 in pool play, conceding just three tries. They
then beat the host Kansas City Blues 24-0 in the semifinal and the Denver
Barbarians 26-10 in the final.
Denver escaped its pool as the top seed, despite being in a... Read More
The second and perhaps most important tournament of the three-event West 7s
Series kicks off on Saturday in Kansas City.
The Kansas City Blues host and are in first place in the series, having won
the opener in Texas, and look to ride a strong team performance to clinch a
seed to nationals before the Denver 7s.
However, top try-scorer Ed Mills is on vacation, and won't be with the... Read More