The start of the annual Six Nations’ tournament for men begins in two weeks on Saturday, February 6 with two contests, and concludes Sunday, February 7.
The tournament represents the first test matches since autumn’s Rugby World Cup, when the four southern hemisphere nations dominated play. Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and Argentina achieved seven wins with no defeats against the Six... Read More
The dates are set for this year’s fabulous women's Ruggerfest (DC Furies) in the nation's capitol. April 16 and 17.
There will be four brackets: premier, club open, college, and high school/U19. It will be two days of competition, with each team guaranteed three games.
To sign up for the tournament or to find out more about the event, access: https://ruggerfest.wordpress.com.
Kick off the... Read More
For a summary of the first Cape Town Sevens tournament, we interviewed United World Sports’ President Jonathan First, who attended the annual conference of all nations competing in the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series.
Rugby Today: Stadium observations?
First: The Cape Town Stadium is first class, built for the South African-hosted FIFA World Cup. It seated 55,000 fans and was filled to 100% when... Read More
The results from last weekend’s HSBC World Rugby Men’s Cape Town Sevens indicate a tournament that is even-steven regarding the leading teams. Four new nations made it to the final four, now totaling eight teams in the Dubai and Cape Town events. The new qualifiers were South Africa, Argentina, France, and Kenya, who join Fiji, England, USA, and New Zealand. All of these will compete in Rio this... Read More
Cape Town's first day revealed some surprises and a consensus that more parity exists in this year's HSCB World Rugby Sevens. Teams that did not fare well in Dubai (e.g.; Kenya, Canada, France) showed sparks of renewed life, although, for the Canadians, it still was not sufficient to make it into the top eight. The Canadians started off with an upset over New Zealand but tied France.
Tomorrow,... Read More
The second round of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens commences December 12 and 13 in Cape Town, South Africa. This represents the first time hosting the contest for this city, where the event will take place in the 55,000 Cape Town Stadium Initial reports indicate a sellout crowd
The Boks are last year’s championship in this event, formerly held in Port Elizabeth.
A – Fiji, Argentina, Scotland... Read More
Fiji defeated England 28-17 to take the Cup in Dubai, the first of ten sevens' stops on the 2015/2016 circuit. The Fijians, winners of last season’s HSBC World Rugby Sevens, continued their winning tradition.
The USA Eagles finished third, for the bronze medal with 31-12 victory over the All Blacks. South Africa won the Plate, defeating Australia 19-14. France beat Scotland 24-14 for the Bowl. ... Read More
The excitement mounts as the Dubai Sevens, the first of the newly configured HSBC 2015/2016 ten city stops begins this Friday, December 4. Sixteen international sides will compete in four pools as follows:
A: Fiji, Argentina, Canada, Japan
B: South Africa, Scotland, Samoa, Russia
C: New Zealand, USA, France, Portugal
D : England, Australia, Wales, Kenya
Recap Last Year
The first, six place... Read More