Kiama Rugby Sevens 2014
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Congratulations Brisbane Fijians - Winners of the 2013 Cleary Bros Cup Final
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The 42nd Annual Kiama Rugby Sevens tournament will be held at the Kiama Showground, Kiama on Saturday, 22 February 2014 commencing at 8:30 am. Individual trophies are presented for the players in the winning team. The Kiama Rugby Sevens Cup is presented to the Champion Club. There will be prizes for the teams reaching the semi-finals and finals.
In 2014 prize money including trophies is valued at $25,000.
The prizemonies include $12,000 for the champion club and $4,000 for the runner-up in the Cup competition. There is a Plate competition with $2,000 for the winner and $1,000 for runner-up - plus, a Bowl competition with $1,000 for the winner and $500 for runner-up and Women's Vase competition with $2,000 for the winner and $750 for the runner-up.
This is our seventh year for the Country Cup with $1,000 for winner and $250 for runner-up.
The Country Cup will be for the 2 best-performed country teams who do not make the semis finals. The Competition Organisation Committee will adjudicate all disputes and the Committee's decision is final.
The Kiama Rugby Sevens competition and takes the form of a 48 team seven-a-side knock-out competition. Each club can enter two teams but if nominations are in excess of 48 your club may be restricted back to 1 team. Clubs will be seeded and elimination rounds played. Every team is guaranteed 2 games. In addition there is a separate knock-out competition run for the runners up from the elimination rounds.
The Women's competition takes the form of a 6 team competition and will follow the same rules as the Men's competition.
* OVERSEAS TEAMS need to write to their Home Unions seeking permission to play in Australia.
The request must clearly state the duration of the tour, together with details of the matches to be played. This will be signed off by the Home Union and then forwarded to the ARU.
Overseas teams aren’t permitted to play until their tour has been signed off by their Home Union and the ARU.
Kiama looks forward to having your club represented.