The Falcon 7s opened the door to elite-level 7s for women and girls players, and we saw some talent rise to the top.
Julie McCoy, who heads up hosts American Rugby Pro Training Center (ARPTC), ran the tournament, and pulled triple-duty as live-streaming commentator, was impressed with the standard of play, especially on the high school side.
Some 7s teams learned a little bit about elite-level competition, and still others show how it can be done as the Falcon 7s capped off Day One in Little Rock, Ark.
Some space remains at the Falcons 7s in Little Rock, Ark.
The tournament, exclusively for women and girls players and offering a unique opportunity to play up into the more elite group (win in the Open Group on Saturday and you're with the elite-level teams on Sunday) is designed to develop higher-level 7s among women and girls.
Premier Rugby Sevens (PR7s), the newly announced league that will feature North America’s top male and female players, announce it has partnered with The American Rugby Pro Training Center (ARPTC) to develop the talent pool for female professional prospects.
The American Rugby Pro Training Center is hosting an elite-level 7s tournament for women and girls teams June 26-27.
The Falcon 7s is designed for top-level teams to get strong competition, and will concentrate on only women and girls.