At the end of July, the Premiership Rugby season of 2017-18 will start in spectacular style at Franklin’s Gardens, with the Singha Premiership Rugby 7s. Wasps will start the match to defend their title at 6pm on 28 July, with the first match starting the 7s off with a bang - they will compete against former winners Newcastle Falcons.
Lee Blackett is the coach for the Wasps team, and when he was contacted for his view over the game, he said, “With the Singha Premiership Rugby 7s Series, the event has got a great start."
The final round of the HSBC World Rugby Women's Sevens Series will holdin France and Katie Mason will be captaining an inexperienced England squad to the event.
From the Rugby Europe Women's Grand Prix Series held in Malemort, coach of the squad, Coach James Bailey has included six players into the squad, a list that also features Mason.
The eastern part of the globe is building up their rugby talents as well.
There are two local rugby seven tournaments planned in April which will help to build up the hype for HSBC Singapore Sevens. Hence, for those who love to watch rugby, there is more to watch and enjoy in the month of April in south East Asia. There is the upcoming world class rugby sevens tournament of HSBC Singapore along with Midnight 7s of Singapore and SEA 7s.
Across the globe, Emma Tonegato, despite her young age of 21, has become one of the most familiar faces on Women Rugby Sevens.
She is either diving across the try line for one of her many in any game or standing proudly in Rio on the dais along with her teammates and best friends while receiving a well-earned Olympic gold medal.
Tom Mitchell, England’s Sevens captain is hoping that he and his team mates can improve on their eight position in the series last year, as the World Rugby Seven Series will be kicking off this weekend in Dubai.
Mitchell is still a bit buoyed, after he had led Great Britain Rio to a silver medal during the Rio Olympics, after losing in the final to Fiji.