Black Ferns Sevens win first women's world series title on home soil All Blacks Sevens break Hamilton drought on third attempt Crowd of nearly 20,000 celebrates finals day New Zealand Sevens fans got the perfect 21st birthday gift as the All Blacks Sevens and Black Ferns Sevens won their
All Blacks Sevens prepared for tough challenge at HSBC London Sevens The All Blacks Sevens are in England and preparing to face three home nations on day one of the HSBC Sevens, drawn in Pool C alongside Scotland, Ireland and England. The All Blacks Sevens team is; 1. Scott Curry (c) 2. Tim Mikkelson
Fiji created history by securing a fifth consecutive title in Hong Kong with a 21-7 victory over France in the Cup final at the Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens. Over the course of three scintillating days of action, Gareth Baber's side enthralled the crowd as they achieved something that no other
World Rugby’s 2018/19 Sevens Series continues in Hong Kong on 5, 6 and 7 April and there’s plenty of excitement ahead of this year’s tournament. A total of 28 captains gathered in front of Hong Kong’s iconic harbour skyscrapers ahead of the main tournament and the World Rugby Sevens Series Qualifier
A week of preparation state-side has the All Blacks Sevens team ready to fire at this weekend’s HSBC Las Vegas Sevens. The All Blacks Sevens team is; 1. Trael Joass 2. Tim Mikkelson (c) 3. Tone Ng Shiu 4. Joe Ravouvou 5. Scott Gregory 6. Vilimoni Koroi 7. Sam Dickson 8. Akuila Rokolisoa 9. Regan Ware 10. Kurt Baker 11. Jona Nareki 12.
With a debut on home soil under the belt, the Black Ferns Sevens turn their attention the HSBC Sydney Sevens, kicking off today at Spotless Stadium. Coach Allan Bunting has named an unchanged line up from last weekend’s victorious Fast Four team. The team is: 1. Ruby Tui 2. Shakira Baker 3. Stacey Waaka 4. Niall