Teams flocking to Redcliffe 7s

Rush to sign-up for Redcliffe 7s

Registrations have been flowing in “thick and fast” for the first Redcliffe 7s Premier Youth Rugby Tournament on Saturday and Sunday (February 27-28).

Organisers at Redcliffe Junior Rugby Union are preparing for multiple age group pools ranging from Under 12-18 Boys and Under 12, 14, 16 Girls.

Independent, schools and club teams will be heading to the Ray Frawley Fields, Clontarf, from across Brisbane and the Gold and Sunshine Coasts.

Overseas interest

More than 100 sides are expected for this inaugural two-day event which is already attracting attention from New Zealand and Fiji.

Games, over two seven-minute halves with 30 seconds between matches, will be played in morning, midday and afternoon sessions per age group.

The Girls event will be completed on the Saturday to help players meet other local rugby commitments.

Gala Day

The Redcliffe 7s will also include a Redcliffe Junior Rugby Union Gala Day on Saturday for those aged 6-10 to learn rugby skills games and have fun on an inflatable field.

The club’s sign-on days for players from Under 5-18 also coincide with the 7s festival at the Silcock St grounds.

The Redcliffe 7s is grateful to the following event supporters: Supporto Sports, Seasons IGA, Hungry Jacks, Creed Electrical, Active Hire, Apogee Trophies, The Belvedere Hotel, NTI, Coffee Tool.

For more on the Redcliffe 7s email For more on Redcliffe Junior Rugby Union visit the Facebook page or website

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