Humber College, a varsity program from Toronto, proved as strong, fast and organized as predicted winning an extremely well contested final against Bermuda. Bermuda Women gave the Hawks all they could handle scoring first to take a 5-0 lead. Humber played tenacious defense all weekend. Their D proved to be too much for the Longtails of Bermuda. In the end it was Humber 22 Bermuda 5. Humber's Seconds defeated Colgate for third. Humber was impressive all weekend.
The final roster is in! In the biggest year yet, the 2019 Ariel Re Bermuda Intl 7s will host host 20 collegiate men's and women's teams and 6 U10s, U11s, U12s, U13s, U14s, U16s, and U18s teams at the National Sports Centre, Bermuda’s premier sporting event venue.
In a bigger and better event than all previous years, the 2019 Bermuda International 7s welcomes the Chesapeake Collegiate Rugby Conference's Select Side to compete against other high ranking rugby teams across the United States, Canada and Bermuda.
Stony Brook University has officially announced their attendance at the 2019 Bermuda Intl 7s tournament this March.
Jerry Mirro, Stony Brook Head Coach, reported, "We look to bring a strong team to Bermuda each year. The kids enjoy the competition and have a real opportunity to bond with the other teams in the tournament. We’ve made strong, lasting relationships with many of the local Bermudians that we see year to year."
Mark Lee Dombroski, age 19 of Media, PA, was found deceased on March 19, 2018 (Feast of St. Joseph) in Bermuda, due to injuries sustained from a fall. Earlier in the weekend, Mark participated in the Ariel Re Bermuda Intl 7s tournament with his St. Joseph’s University teammates.
The teams are set and the flights are booked! With only two short weeks until rugby teams from across the USA and Bermuda will meet on the pitch, everyone is excited for a weekend full of outdoor festivities, big rugby crowds and, of course, beautiful beaches.
As the tournament continues to grow, a record number of new and returning rugby teams will compete in the 2018 Ariel Re Bermuda Intl 7s for the title of champion.
The final roster is in! In the biggest year yet, the 2018 Ariel Re Bermuda Intl 7s will host 4 mini teams, 5 high school boys teams and 16 collegiate men's and women's teams at the National Sports Centre, Bermuda’s premier sporting event venue.
With the tournament fast approaching, more rugby teams have committed to traveling to Bermuda on March 16-17 to compete in the 2018 Ariel Re Bermuda Intl 7s. Ohio State, Ithaca and Colgate have now joined the ranks of attending teams as they announced their commitment to attend.
For the third year in a row, Ariel Re has claimed title sponsorship for the annual high school and collegiate 7s tournament to be held in Bermuda on March 16-17, 2018. Ariel Re has been the title sponsor for the annual Bermuda 7s tournament since its inception in 2016.
Since the inception in 2016, the Bermuda 7s tournament has faced success after success with the ever expanding line-up of amazing teams from the United States and Bermuda.
In an effort to make 2018 the best year yet, the Bermuda Rugby Football Union invites collegiate men's and women's sides and high school boy and girls teams to travel to Bermuda for a chance to challenge other skilled international rugby teams.
Spots are filling fast! Don’t miss this opportunity to compete in historic Hamilton, Bermuda. The tournament is set to hold Men and Women's collegiate and high school sevens teams.
Get a jump on spring and join the Bermuda Rugby Football Union for great rugby in a world-class venue on March 16-17, 2018. Several universities have already committed to compete, including Kutztown University, University of Notre Dame, Stony Brook University, and St. Joe's University.
Mikle Dill led an impressive Bermuda Collegians side to a third place finish in the URugby supported 2016 Ariel Re Bermuda 7s. After his outstanding performance, Dill has recently been selected to attend Stellenbosch Rugby Academy to learn and train under the tutelage of some of the best coaches in the world.
At just 17, Mikle Dill has proved that no one is too young to represent their country on the rugby field. Not only did the teenager represent the Bermuda men’s team at this month’s international Ariel Re Bermuda Sevens tournament, he also claimed the honor of being the competition’s top try scorer.