National Cup: Meet Our Elite 7s Invitational Teams
All spaces in the Bournemouth 7s Festival National Cup have been filled, and the competition is looking stronger than ever. As well as the many returners we have some first-timers looking to make and impression on the 7s circuit.
We thought it’d be nice to introduce you to the teams, so here is the final line-up:
The current National Cup Champions are on a mission to reclaim their title in 2020.
Jamaica Rugby UK
Looking to develop potential Jamaican rugby players with an aim of playing for the Jamaican national team.
The brightest and best talent from english universities will be putting in first class performances in the top tier.
Olorun Ponty Butcher
Established in 2007, this elite invitational welsh team topped their group last year with an impressive points difference.
2017 National Cup Champions, these french boys are looking to add another piece of silverware to their collection.
An invitational sevens team based in Cardigan, West Wales, Participating in numerous tournaments across Wales and the UK.
Originating and based in Bristol, these boys were semi-finalist in 2019.
Representing a charitable society providing assistance, financial and otherwise, to injured amateur sportsmen and sportswomen.
Wooden Spoon Marauders Men
Ambassadors of the Wooden Spoon charity since 2014, acting as volunteers, playing rugby 7s around the globe and raising money for a great charity.
An invitational 7s team based in the UK
The Apache ‘academy’ side, where young players can be seen and learn the game and ageing Apache legends can pass on their experience.
Living the dream all over the UK circuit since 2000 whilst raising funds for rugby related charities.
Semi Finalists looking to keep the British Army in the public eye through world class performances on the rugby field.
Compeed Marlborough Nomads
Providing youngsters the opportunity to play at the highest level of their ability and giving the players opportunities to succeed on and off the pitch
Keeping Marco’s memory alive through amazing charitable endeavours and quality rugby.
A new team for the 2020 season stacked with experienced elite 7s players.
With these quality competitors due to take part in the Bournemouth 7s National Cup, we’re looking forward to see who ultimately lifts the 2020 trophy.
Good luck gents!
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