The U18 brackets for girls in the NAI 7s are stacked.
Any one of perhaps eight teams could win the Elite bracket. Perhaps it's the same situation in the open bracket.
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Twenty-six younger girls teams are set to compete at the NAI 7s with two very robust brackets—U16s and U14s.
The U16s will see an almighty clash between Majestics, which has had a massive season at the U18 level and has plenty of talent at U16 as well, and Belmont Shore.
Coming into the NAI 7s you'd do well to keep a close eye on Pasefika.
A talented group of players mostly from the North Shore of Oahu, Pasefika deals with plenty of obstacles to play in Salt Lake City, and they keep showing up and performing no matter where the rugby is.
The NAI 7s Boys U18 competition is in two brackets and both will be hugely competitive.U18 Boys Open
Many of these teams are club or school teams that play in 15s leagues. Several of these teams, such as Belmont Shore, Elsie Allen, Kansas City Blues, East HS, and Herriman, have played some excellent 7s and some of those have challenged for a title at NAI 7s.
The NAI 7s is set to kick off Friday, July 21 with a variety of brackets.
Here's a quick look at the Boys U14 brackets.
This bracket, like many of them, will ave two tiers, usually with teams usually informing the tournament where they think they fit.