George Town, Cayman Island (July 6, 2019) – Day one of the 2019 RF Group Rugby Americas North Sevens kicked off under sun-drenched skies at Truman Bodden National Sports Complex on Saturday with a total of 21 matches being played throughout the day. With an abundance of highlight-reel tries, big tackles and upsets on showcase, local and international rugby fans were given their monies worth.
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With just under two months to go until the 2018 Rugby Americas North Sevens lands in George Town, Cayman Islands, tournament organizers welcome RF Group as this year’s title sponsor, as well as announce 14 international men’s and women’s teams to take part in the annual competition.
The remainder of T&T’s senior men and women’s teams will leave for the 2019 Rugby Americas North (RAN) Sevens Tournament in the Cayman Islands on Thursday. Half of the contingent left on Wednesday.
This feature is a part of our #RANTrailblazers Series, focusing on women in the region who have blazed a trail, worked tirelessly, and influenced change to make rugby in our region what it is today. The Series is written by former USA Eagle Vanesha McGee.
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