The Loggerheads won the Men’s Premier Rugby Sevens Series over the weekend, while the Headliners Women not only won their championship but led the Headliners to the united (men’s and women’s) titles as well.
The Premier Rugby Sevens (PR 7s) is a professional 7s league that kicked off with a single tournament last year.
This past weekend was a nice, big step forward for Rebel Rugby Academy as their three teams all brought home hardware.
Perhaps this post was put out there a little tongue-in-cheek, but it brings up an interesting topic.
Here's the post:
The Men’s U23 bracket at the NAI 7s turned out to be all about the Rhinos.
The Southern California-based program, which works closely with a group of young rugby players throughout the year, dominated the championship.
Twenty-four teams played in the NAI 7s Girls U18 bracket, and that single bracket produced two champions.
There wasn't really a U18 Elite bracket, but there were teams that declared themselves wanting to play in an elite division.
So everyone was put in the same bracket, but split n the knockout rounds.