The second leg of the Super 7s Series made its way further north to NSW town Goulburn, where the Goulburn Rugby Football Union hosted 19 teams. The Women’s division saw a spectacular final with SIRU taking home bragging rights against a strong Royals Women side 15-12. Royals Under 16 Coach & Empower Rugby Volunteer Lou McCabe, who hails from Yass emphasised how important it is to have a Brumbies presence in the country regions as “there are some great talent flying under the radar, and with a bit more exposure like the Super 7s Series for the women and girls in particular, it will help build experience and confidence in these aspiring rugby players’’.
The Super 7s Series hits the half way mark this weekend, with the third leg kicking off this Saturday 15th of October at Braidwood Recreational ground, Braidwood. With the Braidwood Redbacks Rugby Union currently in a rebuilding phase, and at the beginning of the series entering its first Women’s side in the club’s history, the Braidwood Black widows. This weekend will prove to be a celebration for both the ladies and the local rugby community.
The fourth and final tournament will introduce Boys U14, Boys U16 & Boys U18 divisions on Saturday 29th of October. Registrations are still open until Monday 17th October, teams can enter here.
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