This weekend is a big one for senior 7s teams, as the Pacific Coast, Midwest, and Red River name their representatives to the women’s Club 7s National Championship. Many collegians – and even some high schoolers – are boosting these berth-seeking teams, and it’ll be great to see those younger players perform on the senior stage this Aug. 8-9 in Des Moines, Iowa.
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TUKWILA, Wash. – A year after losing in the USA Rugby Emirates Airline Club 7s National Championship Final, the San Diego Surfers went 6-0 over the weekend to claim the 2014 Championship.
The Atlanta Harlequins ended Day One at the Cape Fear 7s Women's bracket 4-0 Saturday.
Atlanta won all four gems but none was a blowout, as they defeated the DC furies 19-12, NOVA 20-10 Southern Exposure 29-10, and Berkeley 14-10.
DC are second at 3-1, beating Berkeley somewhat soundly 26-12 and edging Southern Exposure and NOVA.
The Atlanta Women's Rugby Club won the Surfin' 7s this past weekend, in what was the final qualifier for the women's South 7s club qualification process for the National Championships.
West Palm Beach, Fla., the Harlequins went 3-0 on the weekend, beating Orlando Women 22-0 in the final to secure their spot for the region.
Boston Mass. — Beantown RFC today announced its decision to withdraw from the Women’s Premier League and enter New England Rugby Football Union’s Division 1 for the fall 2014 season. Beantown, as one of the original 8 teams during WPL’s inception in 2009, will continue to strive to be at the forefront of Women’s rugby in the USA.