Rugby: Tunbridge Wells look to retain regional Sevens title

WELLS DONE: Mike Doherty lifts last year’s Sevens trophy PHOTO: Bruce Elliott

Rugby: Tunbridge Wells look to retain regional Sevens title

by Andy Tong | 25th April 2019

THE eighth annual Whiting & Hammond Kent Sevens takes place at Tunbridge Wells RFC this weekend [April 27-28].

This year’s event will see a record number of entries over the two days with high quality rugby and plenty of entertainment.

On Saturday, the competition forms part of the national Secure Trading Sevens Series, which is open to all club and invitational sides.

The Secure Trading Sevens Series is the ultimate competition for men’s and women’s amateur sevens teams in England, with the national finals held in Nottingham.

Tunbridge Wells Sevens will be attempting to defend the title they won at last year’s regional qualifier.

Then the Kent County Girls Sevens take centre stage on Sunday, with over 30 teams competing from Under-11s to Under-18s.

Games start at 10am on Saturday and 9.45am on Sunday with the finals taking place at around 3pm both days. Entry is £5 per car and £2 per spectator.

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