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Sevens 2021/22 (World Series, Oceania, Comm Games & R7WC)

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Alan Cameron (40)
NZ have named their Comm Games squads:


Very few newbies in the women's but plenty in the men's incl Che Clark who might just be the next big thing in NZ men's 7's (as Jaz Hotham will probably be the next big thing in the women's game).

Women's squad: Michaela Blyde, Kelly Brazier, Theresa Fitzpatrick, Sarah Hirini (captain), Stacey Fluhler, Jazmin Hotham, Shiray Kaka, Tyla Nathan-Wong, Risaleaana Pouri-Lane, Alena Saili, Niall Williams, Tenika Willison, Portia Woodman. Travelling reserves: Terina Te Tamaki and Mahina Paul. Non-travelling reserves: Shakira Baker, Ruby Tui, Manaia Nuku, Tysha Ikenasio.

Men's squad: Leroy Carter, Che Clark, Dylan Collier, Scott Curry, Sam Dickson (captain), Moses Leo, Ngarohi McGarvey-Black, Sione Molia, Tone Ng Shiu, Akuila Rokolisoa, Caleb Tangitau, Regan Ware, Joe Webber. Travelling reserves: Amanaki Nicole, Roderick Solo. Non-travelling reserves: Brady Rush, Kurt Baker, Trael O'Flaherty-Joass, Tim Mikkelson.

good luck but in the nicest way I hope you lot go terribly

cheers all from across the ditch
 

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Nathan Sharpe (72)
Pools for LA:

A: Australia, Spain, Argentina, Japan
B: NZ, SA, USA, Canada
C: Fiji, Ireland, France, Wales
D: Samoa, England, Scotland, Kenya

Schedule:


SA in the box seat to win the Series but Australia can still sneak in. Argentina & Fiji a mathematical chance but realistically it's either SA or Australia.

 
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Alan Cameron (40)
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Nathan Sharpe (72)
R7WC Europe qualifying tournament was played over the weekend:

"Spain, England, Poland and Ireland claimed their places in the women’s tournament at RWC Sevens 2022, while Wales, Germany, Portugal and Ireland made sure of their entry into the men’s draw."

 

waiopehu oldboy

Nathan Sharpe (72)
I see what you mean. Looks like 12 matches per four-and-a-half hour session so allowing 20-25 minutes per match sounds about right.
 

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Steve Williams (59)
The Seven Network has exclusive rights to broadcast every event of the Commonwealth Games in Australia.

Events, including every game of the Rugby Sevens, will be shown on television across their three respective channels: 7, 7TWO, and 7mate.

They will also be live streaming their televised events via 7+ which will have a dedicated Commonwealth Games channel that can be accessed online or via the app.

AUSTRALIA'S MEN'S SCHEDULE (ALL TIMES AEST)

Friday 29 July

Australia v Jamaica, 7:50 pm AEST

Saturday 30 July

Australia v Uganda, 4:42 am AEST

Australia v Kenya, 8:12 pm AEST

AUSTRALIA'S WOMEN'S SCHEDULE (ALL TIMES AEST)

Friday 29 July

Australia v Scotland, 6:22 pm AEST

Saturday 30 July

Australia v Scotland, 3:14 am AEST

Australia v Fiji, 6:44 pm AEST


 
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