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  •   As we reach 50 days to the rugby sevens kick off at the Tokyo Olympics the Tunisian women s rugby sevens team prepares to play their second World Rugby Sevens Repechage in Monaco www WorldRugby org with ambitions beyond Tokyo 2020 The Tunisian women s rugby sevens team has just spent a week at the French rugby union s national centre in Marcoussis near Paris For several days the Rebellious the name the Tunisian players have given themselves worked with the France team and the BelSevens of Belgium We have had a good relationship for almost 10 years with David Courteix the coach of the France team says Abbes Kherfani coach of Tunisia We stayed put we didn t move we were tested four or five times in all In every sense of the word from a logistical health and sporting point of view this camp prior to the World Rugby Sevens Repechage in Monaco was very beneficial for Tunisia On 19 June the side will face Papua New Guinea Kazakhstan and Jamaica in Pool B The Tunisians would have appreciated a little more playing time to better prepare but the COVID 19 crisis denied them this possibility Our last competition was in the African Cup in October 2019 says Abbes Kherfani We were nevertheless able to participate in two camps the Rugby Africa solidarity camp with Madagascar and Kenya at the end of April and the beginning of May then the one in France These were the only possibilities A Four Year Trajectory Fifth in the Dublin repechage tournament in July 2016 Tunisia failed to qualify for Rio 2016 This time their second attempt the Rebellious do not want to go unnoticed We defend the Tunisian flag everywhere we have nothing to lose Our motivation is to play hard to play to the end so that we have nothing to regret There is a whole country behind us we have a beautiful country to represent insists Kherfani In this nation where rugby is not the most popular sport the Olympic dimension of the women s national team encourages the press and public to mobilise and follow the tournament as they journey to Monaco In four years women s rugby in Tunisia has developed a great deal thanks to the new federal office which wanted to focus on the sport s grassroots in order to expand it constituting U12 U14 U16 U18 and senior teams It is thanks to this that we were able to participate in the Youth Olympic Games in Argentina in 2018 with the U18s We lost our six games but at least we were there says the former sevens and 15s international player Monaco first Cape Town and Paris second Among the group he is taking to the Principality seven girls were part of the Youth Olympic Games and four were already present in the 2016 repechage National coach since June 2020 Kherfani has his sights sets beyond Tokyo with qualification for Rugby World Cup Sevens 2022 in Cape Town followed by the Paris 2024 Olympic Games But before that any of that his side will face three strong opponents in Monaco Our first game will be against Papua New Guinea it will be the big piece of the pool In the Pacific you know it breathes rugby says Kherfani Then we will play Kazakhstan and Jamaica two teams that we are able to pass We have one chance to get out of the pool According to Kherfani the girls are excited to play in the Olympic Repechage in Monaco they re going to give themselves 1 000 an hour
    The “Rebellious” preparing to fly the Tunisian flag in Monaco
      As we reach 50 days to the rugby sevens kick off at the Tokyo Olympics the Tunisian women s rugby sevens team prepares to play their second World Rugby Sevens Repechage in Monaco www WorldRugby org with ambitions beyond Tokyo 2020 The Tunisian women s rugby sevens team has just spent a week at the French rugby union s national centre in Marcoussis near Paris For several days the Rebellious the name the Tunisian players have given themselves worked with the France team and the BelSevens of Belgium We have had a good relationship for almost 10 years with David Courteix the coach of the France team says Abbes Kherfani coach of Tunisia We stayed put we didn t move we were tested four or five times in all In every sense of the word from a logistical health and sporting point of view this camp prior to the World Rugby Sevens Repechage in Monaco was very beneficial for Tunisia On 19 June the side will face Papua New Guinea Kazakhstan and Jamaica in Pool B The Tunisians would have appreciated a little more playing time to better prepare but the COVID 19 crisis denied them this possibility Our last competition was in the African Cup in October 2019 says Abbes Kherfani We were nevertheless able to participate in two camps the Rugby Africa solidarity camp with Madagascar and Kenya at the end of April and the beginning of May then the one in France These were the only possibilities A Four Year Trajectory Fifth in the Dublin repechage tournament in July 2016 Tunisia failed to qualify for Rio 2016 This time their second attempt the Rebellious do not want to go unnoticed We defend the Tunisian flag everywhere we have nothing to lose Our motivation is to play hard to play to the end so that we have nothing to regret There is a whole country behind us we have a beautiful country to represent insists Kherfani In this nation where rugby is not the most popular sport the Olympic dimension of the women s national team encourages the press and public to mobilise and follow the tournament as they journey to Monaco In four years women s rugby in Tunisia has developed a great deal thanks to the new federal office which wanted to focus on the sport s grassroots in order to expand it constituting U12 U14 U16 U18 and senior teams It is thanks to this that we were able to participate in the Youth Olympic Games in Argentina in 2018 with the U18s We lost our six games but at least we were there says the former sevens and 15s international player Monaco first Cape Town and Paris second Among the group he is taking to the Principality seven girls were part of the Youth Olympic Games and four were already present in the 2016 repechage National coach since June 2020 Kherfani has his sights sets beyond Tokyo with qualification for Rugby World Cup Sevens 2022 in Cape Town followed by the Paris 2024 Olympic Games But before that any of that his side will face three strong opponents in Monaco Our first game will be against Papua New Guinea it will be the big piece of the pool In the Pacific you know it breathes rugby says Kherfani Then we will play Kazakhstan and Jamaica two teams that we are able to pass We have one chance to get out of the pool According to Kherfani the girls are excited to play in the Olympic Repechage in Monaco they re going to give themselves 1 000 an hour
    The “Rebellious” preparing to fly the Tunisian flag in Monaco
    Africa1 year ago

    The “Rebellious” preparing to fly the Tunisian flag in Monaco

    As we reach 50 days to the rugby sevens kick-off at the Tokyo Olympics, the Tunisian women's rugby sevens team prepares to play their second World Rugby Sevens Repechage in Monaco (www.WorldRugby.org), with ambitions beyond Tokyo 2020.

    The Tunisian women's rugby sevens team has just spent a week at the French rugby union’s national centre in Marcoussis, near Paris. For several days, the Rebellious, the name the Tunisian players have given themselves, worked with the France team and the BelSevens of Belgium.

    "We have had a good relationship for almost 10 years with David Courteix (the coach of the France team)," says Abbes Kherfani, coach of Tunisia. “We stayed put, we didn't move, we were tested four or five times in all."

    In every sense of the word – from a logistical, health and sporting point of view – this camp prior to the World Rugby Sevens Repechage in Monaco was very beneficial for Tunisia.

    On 19 June, the side will face Papua New Guinea, Kazakhstan and Jamaica in Pool B. The Tunisians would have appreciated a little more playing time to better prepare, but the COVID-19 crisis denied them this possibility.

    "Our last competition was in the African Cup in October 2019," says Abbes Kherfani. “We were nevertheless able to participate in two camps: the Rugby Africa solidarity camp with Madagascar and Kenya at the end of April and the beginning of May, then the one in France. These were the only possibilities."

    A Four-Year Trajectory

    Fifth in the Dublin repechage tournament in July 2016, Tunisia failed to qualify for Rio 2016. This time, their second attempt, the Rebellious do not want to go unnoticed.

    “We defend the Tunisian flag everywhere; we have nothing to lose. Our motivation is to play hard, to play to the end so that we have nothing to regret. There is a whole country behind us, we have a beautiful country to represent,” insists Kherfani.

    In this nation where rugby is not the most popular sport, the Olympic dimension of the women's national team encourages the press and public to mobilise and follow the tournament as they journey to Monaco.

    In four years, women's rugby in Tunisia has developed a great deal, thanks to the new federal office which wanted to focus on the sport's grassroots in order to expand it, constituting U12, U14, U16, U18 and senior teams.

    “It is thanks to this that we were able to participate in the Youth Olympic Games in Argentina in 2018 with the U18s. We lost our six games, but at least we were there!" says the former sevens and 15s international player.

    Monaco first, Cape Town and Paris second

    Among the group he is taking to the Principality, seven girls were part of the Youth Olympic Games and four were already present in the 2016 repechage. National coach since June 2020, Kherfani has his sights sets beyond Tokyo, with qualification for Rugby World Cup Sevens 2022 in Cape Town, followed by the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

    But before that any of that, his side will face three strong opponents in Monaco. “Our first game will be against Papua New Guinea; it will be the big piece of the pool. In the Pacific, you know, it breathes rugby!" says Kherfani.

    “Then we will play Kazakhstan and Jamaica, two teams that we are able to pass. We have one chance to get out of the pool."

    According to Kherfani "the girls are excited" to play in the Olympic Repechage in Monaco: "they're going to give themselves 1,000 an hour!"

  •   Uganda 7s will get their bid to qualify for the Tokyo Olympic Games underway against Jamaica in their opening game of the World Rugby Sevens Repechage in Monaco in June The games will take place at the Stade Louis II stadium starting on Friday 18 June with Zimbabwe vs Mexico followed by Uganda vs Jamaica With just three weeks to go World Rugby today confirmed the match schedule for the competition which will feature 12 Women s and 10 Men s teams all vying to achieve the ultimate prize of securing the remaining two Women s and one Men s team places for Olympic Rugby Sevens in Tokyo which will take place on 26 31 July The Uganda 7 s side will kick off their campaign against Jamaica 18 22 pm local time 7 22pm Uganda time at Stade Louis II on Friday 18 June before facing HongKong 10 06am 11 00 am Uganda time and France 18 23pm 7 23 pm Uganda time in further Pool B games on Saturday Uganda will conclude the Pool stages on Sunday 20 June against Chile 1 39pm 2 39om Uganda time The tournament organizers have confirmed that 5 000 fans will watch the second and third days subject to maintenance of the current Covid environment in Monaco View World Rugby Sevens Repechage pools and match schedule https bit ly 3uvMCpu World Rugby Chief Executive Alan Gilpin said With Tokyo 2020 less than three months away the rugby family is looking forward to what promises to be a special Sevens tournament that personifies the togetherness camaraderie and optimism that characterizes these remarkable Olympic Games The schedule for the tournament is out and our mission still stays the same There s been plenty of growth in the team and I have faith that they will do the country proud Coach Tolbert Onyango The Uganda 7s team continues its training campaign that ends on 11th June 2021 before they leave for Monaco on 12th June 2021 World Rugby Sevens Repechage Uganda Schedule Friday 18 June Uganda v Jamaica 6 22pm local time 7 22pm Uganda time Saturday 19 June HongKong v Uganda 10 06am 11 06 am Uganda time France v Uganda 6 23pm 7 23pm Uganda time Sunday 20 June Chile v Uganda 1 39pm 2 39pm Uganda time
    Match schedule confirmed for World Rugby Sevens Repechage
      Uganda 7s will get their bid to qualify for the Tokyo Olympic Games underway against Jamaica in their opening game of the World Rugby Sevens Repechage in Monaco in June The games will take place at the Stade Louis II stadium starting on Friday 18 June with Zimbabwe vs Mexico followed by Uganda vs Jamaica With just three weeks to go World Rugby today confirmed the match schedule for the competition which will feature 12 Women s and 10 Men s teams all vying to achieve the ultimate prize of securing the remaining two Women s and one Men s team places for Olympic Rugby Sevens in Tokyo which will take place on 26 31 July The Uganda 7 s side will kick off their campaign against Jamaica 18 22 pm local time 7 22pm Uganda time at Stade Louis II on Friday 18 June before facing HongKong 10 06am 11 00 am Uganda time and France 18 23pm 7 23 pm Uganda time in further Pool B games on Saturday Uganda will conclude the Pool stages on Sunday 20 June against Chile 1 39pm 2 39om Uganda time The tournament organizers have confirmed that 5 000 fans will watch the second and third days subject to maintenance of the current Covid environment in Monaco View World Rugby Sevens Repechage pools and match schedule https bit ly 3uvMCpu World Rugby Chief Executive Alan Gilpin said With Tokyo 2020 less than three months away the rugby family is looking forward to what promises to be a special Sevens tournament that personifies the togetherness camaraderie and optimism that characterizes these remarkable Olympic Games The schedule for the tournament is out and our mission still stays the same There s been plenty of growth in the team and I have faith that they will do the country proud Coach Tolbert Onyango The Uganda 7s team continues its training campaign that ends on 11th June 2021 before they leave for Monaco on 12th June 2021 World Rugby Sevens Repechage Uganda Schedule Friday 18 June Uganda v Jamaica 6 22pm local time 7 22pm Uganda time Saturday 19 June HongKong v Uganda 10 06am 11 06 am Uganda time France v Uganda 6 23pm 7 23pm Uganda time Sunday 20 June Chile v Uganda 1 39pm 2 39pm Uganda time
    Match schedule confirmed for World Rugby Sevens Repechage
    Africa2 years ago

    Match schedule confirmed for World Rugby Sevens Repechage

    Uganda 7s will get their bid to qualify for the Tokyo Olympic Games underway against Jamaica in their opening game of the World Rugby Sevens Repechage in Monaco in June.

    The games will take place at the Stade Louis II stadium starting on Friday, 18 June with Zimbabwe vs Mexico followed by Uganda vs Jamaica.

    With just three weeks to go, World Rugby today confirmed the match schedule for the competition which will feature 12 Women’s and 10 Men’s teams all vying to achieve the ultimate prize of securing the remaining two Women’s and one Men’s team places for Olympic Rugby Sevens in Tokyo, which will take place on 26-31 July.

    The Uganda 7 s side will kick off their campaign against Jamaica (18:22 pm local time/7:22pm Uganda time) at Stade Louis II on Friday, 18 June, before facing HongKong (10.06am/11:00 am Uganda time) and France (18:23pm/7:23 pm Uganda time) in further Pool B games on Saturday.Uganda will conclude the Pool stages on Sunday, 20 June against Chile (1:39pm,2:39om Uganda time)

    The tournament organizers have confirmed that 5,000 fans will watch the second and third days, subject to maintenance of the current Covid environment in Monaco.

    View World Rugby Sevens Repechage pools and match schedule (https://bit.ly/3uvMCpu)

    World Rugby Chief Executive Alan Gilpin said: “With Tokyo 2020 less than three months away, the rugby family is looking forward to what promises to be a special Sevens tournament that personifies the togetherness, camaraderie and optimism that characterizes these remarkable Olympic Games.

    ”The schedule for the tournament is out and our mission still stays the same. There’s been plenty of growth in the team and I have faith that they will do the country proud.”- Coach Tolbert Onyango

    The Uganda 7s team continues its training campaign that ends on 11th June 2021 before they leave for Monaco on 12th June 2021.

    World Rugby Sevens Repechage – Uganda Schedule:

    Friday, 18 June:

    • Uganda v Jamaica (6:22pm local time, 7:22pm Uganda time).

    Saturday, 19 June:

    • HongKong v Uganda (10:06am, 11:06 am Uganda time)
    • France  v Uganda  (6:23pm,7:23pm Uganda time)

    Sunday, 20 June:

    • Chile v Uganda (1:39pm,2:39pm Uganda time)

  •   Teams competing in Monaco for the final places available at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games will be boosted by confirmation that fans will be able to attend the event on 19 20 June Match schedule announced for final Olympic qualification event towards Tokyo 2020 Stade Louis II in Monaco to host up to 5 000 rugby fans on 19 20 June 2021 Tickets start at 10 euros per day and go on sale today at Monaco rugby com The revised format for the men s competition will see two games played on Friday 18 June to maintain player welfare guidelines for World Rugby sevens tournaments Media and photographers interested in covering the event can request an accreditation by emailing mbergesi gouv mc Organisers have confirmed that 5 000 fans will be able to watch all the action from the second and third days of competition inside the iconic Stade Louis II subject to maintenance of the current covid environment Fans will be required to wear face masks and respect social distancing The boost comes on the day that World Rugby confirmed the match schedule for the competition which will feature 12 women s and 10 men s teams all vying to achieve the ultimate prize of securing the remaining two women s and one men s team places for Olympic rugby sevens in Tokyo which will take place on 26 31 July 2021 at Tokyo Stadium The women s competition will feature Argentina Colombia France Hong Kong Jamaica Kazakhstan Madagascar Mexico Papua New Guinea Russia Samoa and Tunisia The men s tournament will involve Chile France Hong Kong Ireland Jamaica Mexico Samoa Tonga Uganda and Zimbabwe View World Rugby Sevens Repechage pools and match schedule gt gt https bit ly 2QYS1b0 While the action kicks off on Friday 18 June at 18 00 local time with Zimbabwe versus Mexico being the first of two men s matches that evening fans are invited to join the festivities in stadium for a packed programme of men s and women s matches on day two and three culminating in the two women s finals and the one men s final on Sunday evening The match schedule has been developed with player welfare at heart No team will have more than three games in each day resulting in the two games being organised on Friday evening accommodating the reduction to 10 teams in the men s competition Due to late kick off times the two Friday games will be played behind closed doors World Rugby Chief Executive Alan Gilpin said With Tokyo 2020 less than three months away the rugby family is looking forward to what promises to be a special sevens tournament that personifies the togetherness camaraderie and optimism that characterises these remarkable Olympic Games The Monaco repechage is also symbolic in its own way a reflection and celebration of sevens international re emergence from the unprecedented challenges that society and sports people have faced I know that these players are excited to be representing their nations with the opportunity of qualification for the pinnacle of sevens the Olympic Games It will be extra special that they get to showcase their skills in front of fans I would like to thank their Serene Highnesses and the Monegasque Rugby Union for embracing our event and providing the players with the perfect platform to challenge for Tokyo 2020 qualification TICKETING Online ticketing for the World Rugby Sevens Repechage will open this Friday 28 May at www Monaco rugby com From 8 June Rugby fans will also be able to buy tickets directly in Monaco at the ticket offices located at the Stade Louis II s entrance see opening times below Tuesday to Friday 10 00 14 00 and 16 00 19 00 Saturday 12 June 10 00 13 00 Saturday 19 June 08 30 16 00 Sunday 20 June 10 00 16 00 Tickets will start at 10 fan day with a discounted price of 5 available for Monaco students and FFR licence holders Fan travelling to Monaco to watch the action will need to present a negative PCR test less than 72 hours old upon their entrance in the Monaco Principality except for French residents living in the 06 and 83 departments Fans can find all the measures put in place in the Monaco Principality on the following link www covid19 mc For any ticketing related enquiries please contact billetterie monaco rugby com MEDIA INFORMATION Media and photographers interested in covering the event in Monaco can request an accreditation by emailing Margot Bergesi at mbergesi gouv mc No contact with players will be allowed during the Tournament except for certain approved media who will be allowed access to the mixed zone second stand A with confirmation of a negative PCR test taken no earlier than 72 hours prior to the event
    Monaco set to welcome fans for Olympic Games Sevens Repechage
      Teams competing in Monaco for the final places available at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games will be boosted by confirmation that fans will be able to attend the event on 19 20 June Match schedule announced for final Olympic qualification event towards Tokyo 2020 Stade Louis II in Monaco to host up to 5 000 rugby fans on 19 20 June 2021 Tickets start at 10 euros per day and go on sale today at Monaco rugby com The revised format for the men s competition will see two games played on Friday 18 June to maintain player welfare guidelines for World Rugby sevens tournaments Media and photographers interested in covering the event can request an accreditation by emailing mbergesi gouv mc Organisers have confirmed that 5 000 fans will be able to watch all the action from the second and third days of competition inside the iconic Stade Louis II subject to maintenance of the current covid environment Fans will be required to wear face masks and respect social distancing The boost comes on the day that World Rugby confirmed the match schedule for the competition which will feature 12 women s and 10 men s teams all vying to achieve the ultimate prize of securing the remaining two women s and one men s team places for Olympic rugby sevens in Tokyo which will take place on 26 31 July 2021 at Tokyo Stadium The women s competition will feature Argentina Colombia France Hong Kong Jamaica Kazakhstan Madagascar Mexico Papua New Guinea Russia Samoa and Tunisia The men s tournament will involve Chile France Hong Kong Ireland Jamaica Mexico Samoa Tonga Uganda and Zimbabwe View World Rugby Sevens Repechage pools and match schedule gt gt https bit ly 2QYS1b0 While the action kicks off on Friday 18 June at 18 00 local time with Zimbabwe versus Mexico being the first of two men s matches that evening fans are invited to join the festivities in stadium for a packed programme of men s and women s matches on day two and three culminating in the two women s finals and the one men s final on Sunday evening The match schedule has been developed with player welfare at heart No team will have more than three games in each day resulting in the two games being organised on Friday evening accommodating the reduction to 10 teams in the men s competition Due to late kick off times the two Friday games will be played behind closed doors World Rugby Chief Executive Alan Gilpin said With Tokyo 2020 less than three months away the rugby family is looking forward to what promises to be a special sevens tournament that personifies the togetherness camaraderie and optimism that characterises these remarkable Olympic Games The Monaco repechage is also symbolic in its own way a reflection and celebration of sevens international re emergence from the unprecedented challenges that society and sports people have faced I know that these players are excited to be representing their nations with the opportunity of qualification for the pinnacle of sevens the Olympic Games It will be extra special that they get to showcase their skills in front of fans I would like to thank their Serene Highnesses and the Monegasque Rugby Union for embracing our event and providing the players with the perfect platform to challenge for Tokyo 2020 qualification TICKETING Online ticketing for the World Rugby Sevens Repechage will open this Friday 28 May at www Monaco rugby com From 8 June Rugby fans will also be able to buy tickets directly in Monaco at the ticket offices located at the Stade Louis II s entrance see opening times below Tuesday to Friday 10 00 14 00 and 16 00 19 00 Saturday 12 June 10 00 13 00 Saturday 19 June 08 30 16 00 Sunday 20 June 10 00 16 00 Tickets will start at 10 fan day with a discounted price of 5 available for Monaco students and FFR licence holders Fan travelling to Monaco to watch the action will need to present a negative PCR test less than 72 hours old upon their entrance in the Monaco Principality except for French residents living in the 06 and 83 departments Fans can find all the measures put in place in the Monaco Principality on the following link www covid19 mc For any ticketing related enquiries please contact billetterie monaco rugby com MEDIA INFORMATION Media and photographers interested in covering the event in Monaco can request an accreditation by emailing Margot Bergesi at mbergesi gouv mc No contact with players will be allowed during the Tournament except for certain approved media who will be allowed access to the mixed zone second stand A with confirmation of a negative PCR test taken no earlier than 72 hours prior to the event
    Monaco set to welcome fans for Olympic Games Sevens Repechage
    Africa2 years ago

    Monaco set to welcome fans for Olympic Games Sevens Repechage

    Teams competing in Monaco for the final places available at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games will be boosted by confirmation that fans will be able to attend the event on 19-20 June.

    • Match schedule announced for final Olympic qualification event towards Tokyo 2020
    • Stade Louis II in Monaco to host up to 5,000 rugby fans on 19-20 June, 2021
    • Tickets start at 10 euros per day and go on sale today at Monaco-rugby.com
    • The revised format for the men’s competition will see two games played on Friday 18 June to maintain player welfare guidelines for World Rugby sevens tournaments
    • Media and photographers interested in covering the event can request an accreditation by emailing mbergesi@gouv.mc

    Organisers have confirmed that 5,000 fans will be able to watch all the action from the second and third days of competition inside the iconic Stade Louis II, subject to maintenance of the current covid environment. Fans will be required to wear face masks and respect social distancing.

    The boost comes on the day that World Rugby confirmed the match schedule for the competition which will feature 12 women’s and 10 men’s teams all vying to achieve the ultimate prize of securing the remaining two women’s and one men’s team places for Olympic rugby sevens in Tokyo, which will take place on 26-31 July, 2021 at Tokyo Stadium.

    The women’s competition will feature Argentina, Colombia, France, Hong Kong, Jamaica, Kazakhstan, Madagascar, Mexico, Papua New Guinea, Russia, Samoa and Tunisia. The men’s tournament will involve Chile, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Jamaica, Mexico, Samoa, Tonga, Uganda and Zimbabwe.

    View World Rugby Sevens Repechage pools and match schedule >> https://bit.ly/2QYS1b0

    While the action kicks off on Friday 18 June at 18:00 local time with Zimbabwe versus Mexico being the first of two men's matches that evening, fans are invited to join the festivities in stadium for a packed programme of men's and women's matches on day two and three culminating in the two women's finals and the one men's final on Sunday evening.

    The match schedule has been developed with player welfare at heart. No team will have more than three games in each day, resulting in the two games being organised on Friday evening, accommodating the reduction to 10 teams in the men’s competition. Due to late kick-off times, the two Friday games will be played behind closed doors.

    World Rugby Chief Executive Alan Gilpin said: “With Tokyo 2020 less than three months away, the rugby family is looking forward to what promises to be a special sevens tournament that personifies the togetherness, camaraderie and optimism that characterises these remarkable Olympic Games.

    “The Monaco repechage is also symbolic in its own way – a reflection and celebration of sevens international re-emergence from the unprecedented challenges that society and sports people have faced. I know that these players are excited to be representing their nations with the opportunity of qualification for the pinnacle of sevens – the Olympic Games.

    “It will be extra special that they get to showcase their skills in front of fans. I would like to thank their Serene Highnesses and the Monegasque Rugby Union for embracing our event and providing the players with the perfect platform to challenge for Tokyo 2020 qualification.”

    TICKETING

    Online ticketing for the World Rugby Sevens Repechage will open this Friday 28 May at www.Monaco-rugby.com. From 8 June, Rugby fans will also be able to buy tickets directly in Monaco at the ticket offices located at the Stade Louis II’s entrance. (see opening times below)

    • Tuesday to Friday 10:00 – 14:00 and 16:00 – 19:00
    • Saturday 12 June: 10:00 – 13:00
    • Saturday 19 June: 08.30 – 16:00
    • Sunday 20 June: 10:00 – 16:00

    Tickets will start at 10€ / fan / day with a discounted price of 5€ available for Monaco students and FFR licence holders. Fan travelling to Monaco to watch the action will need to present a negative PCR test, less than 72 hours old, upon their entrance in the Monaco Principality (except for French residents living in the 06 and 83 departments). Fans can find all the measures put in place in the Monaco Principality on the following link: www.covid19.mc

    For any ticketing related enquiries, please contact billetterie@monaco-rugby.com

    MEDIA INFORMATION

    Media and photographers interested in covering the event in Monaco can request an accreditation by emailing Margot Bergesi at mbergesi@gouv.mc.

    No contact with players will be allowed during the Tournament, except for certain approved media who will be allowed access to the mixed zone (second stand A) with confirmation of a negative PCR test taken no earlier than 72 hours prior to the event.

  •   This year s men s seven a side solidarity camp brought together Africa s rugby sevens champions under one camp The teams are South Africa Kenya Uganda and Zimbabwe Currently only South Africa and Kenya qualified for the Olympic Games in the men s category But Uganda and Zimbabwe still have a chance thanks to the Olympic draft The Olympic draft is due to take place in Monaco on June 19 and 20 with the Tokyo Olympics from July 26 to 28 for men Under the leadership of Rugby Africa www RugbyAfrique com African teams come together to prepare qualified teams for the Olympic Games and the Olympic draft with friendly tournaments and shared preparation camps Broadcast quality images without copyright are available for media download here https we tl t qSE4nHaMVg 1 2 GB This material is offered for free and unrestricted news use Roll B included Interviews after the tournament Interview with Neil Powell South Africa coach Interview with Tolbert Onyanga Ugandan coach Interview with Innocent Simiyu Kenya coach B roll 1 Last day South Africa vs Zimbabwe Kenya vs Uganda B roll 2 Last day Zimbabwe vs Uganda South Africa vs Kenya Quick Facts Male Solidarity Camp at Seven Dates May 6 to 16 Location Stellenbosch Sports Academy and Markotter Sports Ground Tournament May 8 and 9 May 14 and 15 Teams South Africa Kenya Uganda Zimbabwe Read the full press release https bit ly 3xTCYjv
    Last day – B-roll: African rugby teams meet to prepare for the Olympic Games and the Olympic repechage – Last day
      This year s men s seven a side solidarity camp brought together Africa s rugby sevens champions under one camp The teams are South Africa Kenya Uganda and Zimbabwe Currently only South Africa and Kenya qualified for the Olympic Games in the men s category But Uganda and Zimbabwe still have a chance thanks to the Olympic draft The Olympic draft is due to take place in Monaco on June 19 and 20 with the Tokyo Olympics from July 26 to 28 for men Under the leadership of Rugby Africa www RugbyAfrique com African teams come together to prepare qualified teams for the Olympic Games and the Olympic draft with friendly tournaments and shared preparation camps Broadcast quality images without copyright are available for media download here https we tl t qSE4nHaMVg 1 2 GB This material is offered for free and unrestricted news use Roll B included Interviews after the tournament Interview with Neil Powell South Africa coach Interview with Tolbert Onyanga Ugandan coach Interview with Innocent Simiyu Kenya coach B roll 1 Last day South Africa vs Zimbabwe Kenya vs Uganda B roll 2 Last day Zimbabwe vs Uganda South Africa vs Kenya Quick Facts Male Solidarity Camp at Seven Dates May 6 to 16 Location Stellenbosch Sports Academy and Markotter Sports Ground Tournament May 8 and 9 May 14 and 15 Teams South Africa Kenya Uganda Zimbabwe Read the full press release https bit ly 3xTCYjv
    Last day – B-roll: African rugby teams meet to prepare for the Olympic Games and the Olympic repechage – Last day
    Africa2 years ago

    Last day – B-roll: African rugby teams meet to prepare for the Olympic Games and the Olympic repechage – Last day

    This year's men's seven-a-side solidarity camp brought together Africa's rugby sevens champions under one camp.

    The teams are South Africa, Kenya, Uganda and Zimbabwe.

    Currently only South Africa and Kenya qualified for the Olympic Games in the men's category. But Uganda and Zimbabwe still have a chance thanks to the Olympic draft. The Olympic draft is due to take place in Monaco on June 19 and 20 with the Tokyo Olympics from July 26 to 28 for men.

    Under the leadership of Rugby Africa (www.RugbyAfrique.com), African teams come together to prepare qualified teams for the Olympic Games and the Olympic draft with friendly tournaments and shared preparation camps.

    Broadcast quality images without copyright are available for media download here: https://we.tl/t-qSE4nHaMVg (1.2 GB)

    This material is offered for free and unrestricted news use.

    Roll B included:

    Interviews after the tournament:

    - Interview with Neil Powell, South Africa coach

    - Interview with Tolbert Onyanga, Ugandan coach

    - Interview with Innocent Simiyu, Kenya coach

    B-roll 1 - Last day:

    South Africa vs Zimbabwe

    Kenya vs Uganda

    B-roll 2 - Last day:

    Zimbabwe vs Uganda

    South Africa vs Kenya

    Quick Facts: Male Solidarity Camp at Seven:

    Dates: May 6 to 16

    Location: Stellenbosch Sports Academy and Markotter Sports Ground

    Tournament: May 8 and 9 - May 14 and 15

    Teams: South Africa, Kenya, Uganda, Zimbabwe

    Read the full press release: https://bit.ly/3xTCYjv

  •   Broadcast live from Rugby Africa platforms www RugbyAfrique com the men s 7 a side solidarity camp will bring together the African rugby 7 champions under one camp Fans will also be able to watch highlights from the action packed matches on Supersport where they will also be able to see interviews and snapshots The men s seven a side solidarity camp promises to change the face of rugby in Africa opening up new avenues and opportunities for collaboration between coaches players and most importantly fans Currently only South Africa and Kenya have qualified for the Olympic Games in the men s category But Uganda and Zimbabwe still have a chance thanks to the Olympic draft The Olympic draft is due to take place in Monaco on June 19 and 20 with the Tokyo Olympics from July 26 to 28 for men Under the leadership of Rugby Africa the African teams will come together to prepare the qualified teams for the Olympic Games and the Olympic draft with friendly tournaments and shared preparation camps Look at the first day Facebook www facebook com RugbyAfrique YouTube www youtube com c RugbyAfrique Quick Facts Male Solidarity Camp at Seven Dates May 6 to 16 Location Stellenbosch Sports Academy and Markotter Sports Ground Tournament May 8 and 9 May 14 and 15 Teams South Africa Kenya Uganda Zimbabwe Read the full press release https bit ly 3xTCYjv
    LIVE NOW: Rugby Africa Sevens Solidarity Camp: All matches will be broadcast live on Saturday on Rugby Africa’s Facebook page and Rugby Africa’s YouTube channel – Day 4
      Broadcast live from Rugby Africa platforms www RugbyAfrique com the men s 7 a side solidarity camp will bring together the African rugby 7 champions under one camp Fans will also be able to watch highlights from the action packed matches on Supersport where they will also be able to see interviews and snapshots The men s seven a side solidarity camp promises to change the face of rugby in Africa opening up new avenues and opportunities for collaboration between coaches players and most importantly fans Currently only South Africa and Kenya have qualified for the Olympic Games in the men s category But Uganda and Zimbabwe still have a chance thanks to the Olympic draft The Olympic draft is due to take place in Monaco on June 19 and 20 with the Tokyo Olympics from July 26 to 28 for men Under the leadership of Rugby Africa the African teams will come together to prepare the qualified teams for the Olympic Games and the Olympic draft with friendly tournaments and shared preparation camps Look at the first day Facebook www facebook com RugbyAfrique YouTube www youtube com c RugbyAfrique Quick Facts Male Solidarity Camp at Seven Dates May 6 to 16 Location Stellenbosch Sports Academy and Markotter Sports Ground Tournament May 8 and 9 May 14 and 15 Teams South Africa Kenya Uganda Zimbabwe Read the full press release https bit ly 3xTCYjv
    LIVE NOW: Rugby Africa Sevens Solidarity Camp: All matches will be broadcast live on Saturday on Rugby Africa’s Facebook page and Rugby Africa’s YouTube channel – Day 4
    Africa2 years ago

    LIVE NOW: Rugby Africa Sevens Solidarity Camp: All matches will be broadcast live on Saturday on Rugby Africa’s Facebook page and Rugby Africa’s YouTube channel – Day 4

    Broadcast live from Rugby Africa platforms (www.RugbyAfrique.com), the men's 7-a-side solidarity camp will bring together the African rugby-7 champions under one camp. Fans will also be able to watch highlights from the action-packed matches on Supersport, where they will also be able to see interviews and snapshots. The men's seven-a-side solidarity camp promises to change the face of rugby in Africa, opening up new avenues and opportunities for collaboration between coaches, players and, most importantly, fans.

    Currently only South Africa and Kenya have qualified for the Olympic Games in the men's category. But Uganda and Zimbabwe still have a chance thanks to the Olympic draft. The Olympic draft is due to take place in Monaco on June 19 and 20 with the Tokyo Olympics from July 26 to 28 for men.

    Under the leadership of Rugby Africa, the African teams will come together to prepare the qualified teams for the Olympic Games and the Olympic draft with friendly tournaments and shared preparation camps.

    Look at the first day:

    Facebook: www.facebook.com/RugbyAfrique

    YouTube: www.youtube.com/c/RugbyAfrique

    Quick Facts: Male Solidarity Camp at Seven:

    Dates: May 6 to 16

    Location: Stellenbosch Sports Academy and Markotter Sports Ground

    Tournament: May 8 and 9 - May 14 and 15

    Teams: South Africa, Kenya, Uganda, Zimbabwe

    Read the full press release: https://bit.ly/3xTCYjv

  •   Broadcast live from Rugby Africa platforms www RugbyAfrique com the men s 7 a side solidarity camp will bring together the African rugby 7 champions under one camp Fans will also be able to watch highlights from the action packed matches on Supersport where they will also be able to see interviews and snapshots The men s seven a side solidarity camp promises to change the face of rugby in Africa opening up new avenues and opportunities for collaboration between coaches players and most importantly fans Currently only South Africa and Kenya have qualified for the Olympic Games in the men s category But Uganda and Zimbabwe still have a chance thanks to the Olympic draft The Olympic draft is due to take place in Monaco on June 19 and 20 with the Tokyo Olympics from July 26 to 28 for men Under the leadership of Rugby Africa the African teams will come together to prepare the qualified teams for the Olympic Games and the Olympic draft with friendly tournaments and shared preparation camps Look at the first day Facebook www facebook com RugbyAfrique YouTube www youtube com c RugbyAfrique Quick Facts Male Solidarity Camp at Seven Dates May 6 to 16 Location Stellenbosch Sports Academy and Markotter Sports Ground Tournament May 8 and 9 May 14 and 15 Teams South Africa Kenya Uganda Zimbabwe Read the full press release https bit ly 3xTCYjv
    LIVE NOW: Rugby Africa Sevens Solidarity Camp: All matches will be broadcast live Saturday and Sunday on Rugby Africa’s Facebook page and Rugby Africa’s YouTube channel – Day 4
      Broadcast live from Rugby Africa platforms www RugbyAfrique com the men s 7 a side solidarity camp will bring together the African rugby 7 champions under one camp Fans will also be able to watch highlights from the action packed matches on Supersport where they will also be able to see interviews and snapshots The men s seven a side solidarity camp promises to change the face of rugby in Africa opening up new avenues and opportunities for collaboration between coaches players and most importantly fans Currently only South Africa and Kenya have qualified for the Olympic Games in the men s category But Uganda and Zimbabwe still have a chance thanks to the Olympic draft The Olympic draft is due to take place in Monaco on June 19 and 20 with the Tokyo Olympics from July 26 to 28 for men Under the leadership of Rugby Africa the African teams will come together to prepare the qualified teams for the Olympic Games and the Olympic draft with friendly tournaments and shared preparation camps Look at the first day Facebook www facebook com RugbyAfrique YouTube www youtube com c RugbyAfrique Quick Facts Male Solidarity Camp at Seven Dates May 6 to 16 Location Stellenbosch Sports Academy and Markotter Sports Ground Tournament May 8 and 9 May 14 and 15 Teams South Africa Kenya Uganda Zimbabwe Read the full press release https bit ly 3xTCYjv
    LIVE NOW: Rugby Africa Sevens Solidarity Camp: All matches will be broadcast live Saturday and Sunday on Rugby Africa’s Facebook page and Rugby Africa’s YouTube channel – Day 4
    Africa2 years ago

    LIVE NOW: Rugby Africa Sevens Solidarity Camp: All matches will be broadcast live Saturday and Sunday on Rugby Africa’s Facebook page and Rugby Africa’s YouTube channel – Day 4

    Broadcast live from Rugby Africa platforms (www.RugbyAfrique.com), the men's 7-a-side solidarity camp will bring together the African rugby-7 champions under one camp. Fans will also be able to watch highlights from the action-packed matches on Supersport, where they will also be able to see interviews and snapshots. The men's seven-a-side solidarity camp promises to change the face of rugby in Africa, opening up new avenues and opportunities for collaboration between coaches, players and, most importantly, fans.

    Currently only South Africa and Kenya have qualified for the Olympic Games in the men's category. But Uganda and Zimbabwe still have a chance thanks to the Olympic draft. The Olympic draft is due to take place in Monaco on June 19 and 20 with the Tokyo Olympics from July 26 to 28 for men.

    Under the leadership of Rugby Africa, the African teams will come together to prepare the qualified teams for the Olympic Games and the Olympic draft with friendly tournaments and shared preparation camps.

    Look at the first day:

    Facebook: www.facebook.com/RugbyAfrique

    YouTube: www.youtube.com/c/RugbyAfrique

    Quick Facts: Male Solidarity Camp at Seven:

    Dates: May 6 to 16

    Location: Stellenbosch Sports Academy and Markotter Sports Ground

    Tournament: May 8 and 9 - May 14 and 15

    Teams: South Africa, Kenya, Uganda, Zimbabwe

    Read the full press release: https://bit.ly/3xTCYjv

  •   This year s men s seven a side solidarity camp brought together Africa s rugby sevens champions under one camp The teams are South Africa Kenya Uganda and Zimbabwe Currently only South Africa and Kenya qualified for the Olympic Games in the men s category But Uganda and Zimbabwe still have a chance thanks to the Olympic draft The Olympic draft is due to take place in Monaco on June 19 and 20 with the Tokyo Olympics from July 26 to 28 for men Under the leadership of Rugby Africa the African teams come together to prepare the qualified teams for the Olympic Games and the Olympic draft with friendly tournaments and shared preparation camps Broadcast quality images without copyright are available for media download here https we tl t PjLfTcIQ1x 950 MB This material is offered for free and unrestricted news use Roll B included Interviews South Africa Rugby High Performance Manager for Sevens Rugby Marius Schoeman Springbok Sevens Selvyn Davids players Ugandan rugby sevens player Solomon Okia Zimbabwe Riaan O Neil senior men s rugby sevens player Shotlist B Roll May 14 00 00 02 30 South Africa 2 v Kenya Kenya won 19 12 02 30 03 27 South Africa 1 v Uganda SA won 36 5 03 27 04 52 South Africa 1 v Kenya SA won 38 7 04 52 05 50 Kenya v Zimbabwe Kenya won 28 12 Quick Facts Male Solidarity Camp at Seven Dates May 6 to 16 Location Stellenbosch Sports Academy and Markotter Sports Ground Tournament May 8 and 9 May 14 and 15 Teams South Africa Kenya Uganda Zimbabwe Read the full press release https bit ly 3uNy9Gp
    Day 3 – B-roll: African rugby teams meet to prepare for the Olympic Games and the Olympic draft – Day 3
      This year s men s seven a side solidarity camp brought together Africa s rugby sevens champions under one camp The teams are South Africa Kenya Uganda and Zimbabwe Currently only South Africa and Kenya qualified for the Olympic Games in the men s category But Uganda and Zimbabwe still have a chance thanks to the Olympic draft The Olympic draft is due to take place in Monaco on June 19 and 20 with the Tokyo Olympics from July 26 to 28 for men Under the leadership of Rugby Africa the African teams come together to prepare the qualified teams for the Olympic Games and the Olympic draft with friendly tournaments and shared preparation camps Broadcast quality images without copyright are available for media download here https we tl t PjLfTcIQ1x 950 MB This material is offered for free and unrestricted news use Roll B included Interviews South Africa Rugby High Performance Manager for Sevens Rugby Marius Schoeman Springbok Sevens Selvyn Davids players Ugandan rugby sevens player Solomon Okia Zimbabwe Riaan O Neil senior men s rugby sevens player Shotlist B Roll May 14 00 00 02 30 South Africa 2 v Kenya Kenya won 19 12 02 30 03 27 South Africa 1 v Uganda SA won 36 5 03 27 04 52 South Africa 1 v Kenya SA won 38 7 04 52 05 50 Kenya v Zimbabwe Kenya won 28 12 Quick Facts Male Solidarity Camp at Seven Dates May 6 to 16 Location Stellenbosch Sports Academy and Markotter Sports Ground Tournament May 8 and 9 May 14 and 15 Teams South Africa Kenya Uganda Zimbabwe Read the full press release https bit ly 3uNy9Gp
    Day 3 – B-roll: African rugby teams meet to prepare for the Olympic Games and the Olympic draft – Day 3
    Africa2 years ago

    Day 3 – B-roll: African rugby teams meet to prepare for the Olympic Games and the Olympic draft – Day 3

    This year's men's seven-a-side solidarity camp brought together Africa's rugby sevens champions under one camp.

    The teams are South Africa, Kenya, Uganda and Zimbabwe.

    Currently only South Africa and Kenya qualified for the Olympic Games in the men's category. But Uganda and Zimbabwe still have a chance thanks to the Olympic draft. The Olympic draft is due to take place in Monaco on June 19 and 20 with the Tokyo Olympics from July 26 to 28 for men.

    Under the leadership of Rugby Africa, the African teams come together to prepare the qualified teams for the Olympic Games and the Olympic draft with friendly tournaments and shared preparation camps.

    Broadcast quality images without copyright are available for media download here: https://we.tl/t-PjLfTcIQ1x (950 MB)

    This material is offered for free and unrestricted news use.

    Roll B included:

    Interviews:

    • South Africa Rugby High Performance Manager for Sevens Rugby Marius Schoeman
    • Springbok Sevens Selvyn Davids players
    • Ugandan rugby sevens player Solomon Okia
    • Zimbabwe Riaan O'Neil, senior men's rugby sevens player

    Shotlist: B-Roll, May 14

    • 00: 00-02: 30> South Africa 2 v Kenya, Kenya won 19-12
    • 02: 30-03: 27> South Africa 1 v Uganda, SA won 36-5
    • 03: 27-04: 52> South Africa 1 v Kenya, SA won 38-7
    • 04: 52-05: 50> Kenya v Zimbabwe, Kenya won 28-12

    Quick Facts: Male Solidarity Camp at Seven:

    Dates: May 6 to 16

    Location: Stellenbosch Sports Academy and Markotter Sports Ground

    Tournament: May 8 and 9 - May 14 and 15

    Teams: South Africa, Kenya, Uganda, Zimbabwe

    Read the full press release: https://bit.ly/3uNy9Gp

  •   Broadcast live from Rugby Africa platforms www RugbyAfrique com the men s 7 a side solidarity camp will bring together the African rugby 7 champions under one camp Fans will also be able to watch highlights from the action packed matches on Supersport where they will also be able to see interviews and snapshots The men s seven a side solidarity camp promises to change the face of rugby in Africa opening up new avenues and opportunities for collaboration between coaches players and most importantly fans Currently only South Africa and Kenya have qualified for the Olympic Games in the men s category But Uganda and Zimbabwe still have a chance thanks to the Olympic draft The Olympic draft is due to take place in Monaco on June 19 and 20 with the Tokyo Olympics from July 26 to 28 for men Under the leadership of Rugby Africa the African teams will come together to prepare the qualified teams for the Olympic Games and the Olympic draft with friendly tournaments and shared preparation camps Watch the second day Facebook www facebook com RugbyAfrique YouTube www youtube com c RugbyAfrique 09 00 Uganda Zimbabwe 09 20 South Africa SA u 23 09 40 Kenya SAS 7 s 11 00 Zimbabwe SA u 23 11 20 Uganda Kenya 11 40 South Africa SAS 7 s 13 00 Row 5 Row 6 13 20 row 3 row 4 13 40 Row 1 Row 2 All the time from South Africa Quick Facts Male Solidarity Camp at Seven Dates May 6 to 16 Location Stellenbosch Sports Academy and Markotter Sports Ground Tournament May 8 and 9 May 14 and 15 Teams South Africa Kenya Uganda Zimbabwe Read the full press release https bit ly 3xTCYjv
    Video press release: Rugby Africa 7-a-side solidarity camp – Day 2
      Broadcast live from Rugby Africa platforms www RugbyAfrique com the men s 7 a side solidarity camp will bring together the African rugby 7 champions under one camp Fans will also be able to watch highlights from the action packed matches on Supersport where they will also be able to see interviews and snapshots The men s seven a side solidarity camp promises to change the face of rugby in Africa opening up new avenues and opportunities for collaboration between coaches players and most importantly fans Currently only South Africa and Kenya have qualified for the Olympic Games in the men s category But Uganda and Zimbabwe still have a chance thanks to the Olympic draft The Olympic draft is due to take place in Monaco on June 19 and 20 with the Tokyo Olympics from July 26 to 28 for men Under the leadership of Rugby Africa the African teams will come together to prepare the qualified teams for the Olympic Games and the Olympic draft with friendly tournaments and shared preparation camps Watch the second day Facebook www facebook com RugbyAfrique YouTube www youtube com c RugbyAfrique 09 00 Uganda Zimbabwe 09 20 South Africa SA u 23 09 40 Kenya SAS 7 s 11 00 Zimbabwe SA u 23 11 20 Uganda Kenya 11 40 South Africa SAS 7 s 13 00 Row 5 Row 6 13 20 row 3 row 4 13 40 Row 1 Row 2 All the time from South Africa Quick Facts Male Solidarity Camp at Seven Dates May 6 to 16 Location Stellenbosch Sports Academy and Markotter Sports Ground Tournament May 8 and 9 May 14 and 15 Teams South Africa Kenya Uganda Zimbabwe Read the full press release https bit ly 3xTCYjv
    Video press release: Rugby Africa 7-a-side solidarity camp – Day 2
    Africa2 years ago

    Video press release: Rugby Africa 7-a-side solidarity camp – Day 2

    Broadcast live from Rugby Africa platforms (www.RugbyAfrique.com), the men's 7-a-side solidarity camp will bring together the African rugby-7 champions under one camp. Fans will also be able to watch highlights from the action-packed matches on Supersport, where they will also be able to see interviews and snapshots. The men's seven-a-side solidarity camp promises to change the face of rugby in Africa, opening up new avenues and opportunities for collaboration between coaches, players and, most importantly, fans.

    Currently only South Africa and Kenya have qualified for the Olympic Games in the men's category. But Uganda and Zimbabwe still have a chance thanks to the Olympic draft. The Olympic draft is due to take place in Monaco on June 19 and 20 with the Tokyo Olympics from July 26 to 28 for men.

    Under the leadership of Rugby Africa, the African teams will come together to prepare the qualified teams for the Olympic Games and the Olympic draft with friendly tournaments and shared preparation camps.

    Watch the second day:

    Facebook: www.facebook.com/RugbyAfrique

    YouTube: www.youtube.com/c/RugbyAfrique

    09:00 Uganda Zimbabwe

    09:20 South Africa SA u / 23

    09:40 Kenya SAS 7's

    11:00 Zimbabwe SA u / 23

    11:20 Uganda Kenya

    11:40 South Africa SAS 7's

    13:00 Row 5 Row 6

    13:20 row 3 row 4

    13:40 Row 1 Row 2

    All the time from South Africa.

    Quick Facts: Male Solidarity Camp at Seven:

    Dates: May 6 to 16

    Location: Stellenbosch Sports Academy and Markotter Sports Ground

    Tournament: May 8 and 9 - May 14 and 15

    Teams: South Africa, Kenya, Uganda, Zimbabwe

    Read the full press release: https://bit.ly/3xTCYjv

  •   Broadcast live from Rugby Africa platforms www RugbyAfrique com the men s 7 a side solidarity camp will bring together the African rugby 7 champions under one camp Fans will also be able to watch highlights from the action packed matches on Supersport where they will also be able to see interviews and snapshots The men s seven a side solidarity camp promises to change the face of rugby in Africa opening up new avenues and opportunities for collaboration between coaches players and most importantly fans Currently only South Africa and Kenya have qualified for the Olympic Games in the men s category But Uganda and Zimbabwe still have a chance thanks to the Olympic draft The Olympic draft is due to take place in Monaco on June 19 and 20 with the Tokyo Olympics from July 26 to 28 for men Under the leadership of Rugby Africa the African teams will come together to prepare the qualified teams for the Olympic Games and the Olympic draft with friendly tournaments and shared preparation camps Look at the first day Facebook www facebook com RugbyAfrique YouTube www youtube com c RugbyAfriqueQuick Facts Male Solidarity Camp at Seven Dates May 6 to 16 Location Stellenbosch Sports Academy and Markotter Sports Ground Tournament May 8 and 9 May 14 and 15 Teams South Africa Kenya Uganda Zimbabwe Read the full press release https bit ly 3xTCYjv
    Video press release: Rugby Africa Sevens Solidarity Camp: All matches will be broadcast live Saturday and Sunday on Rugby Africa’s Facebook page and Rugby Africa’s YouTube channel
      Broadcast live from Rugby Africa platforms www RugbyAfrique com the men s 7 a side solidarity camp will bring together the African rugby 7 champions under one camp Fans will also be able to watch highlights from the action packed matches on Supersport where they will also be able to see interviews and snapshots The men s seven a side solidarity camp promises to change the face of rugby in Africa opening up new avenues and opportunities for collaboration between coaches players and most importantly fans Currently only South Africa and Kenya have qualified for the Olympic Games in the men s category But Uganda and Zimbabwe still have a chance thanks to the Olympic draft The Olympic draft is due to take place in Monaco on June 19 and 20 with the Tokyo Olympics from July 26 to 28 for men Under the leadership of Rugby Africa the African teams will come together to prepare the qualified teams for the Olympic Games and the Olympic draft with friendly tournaments and shared preparation camps Look at the first day Facebook www facebook com RugbyAfrique YouTube www youtube com c RugbyAfriqueQuick Facts Male Solidarity Camp at Seven Dates May 6 to 16 Location Stellenbosch Sports Academy and Markotter Sports Ground Tournament May 8 and 9 May 14 and 15 Teams South Africa Kenya Uganda Zimbabwe Read the full press release https bit ly 3xTCYjv
    Video press release: Rugby Africa Sevens Solidarity Camp: All matches will be broadcast live Saturday and Sunday on Rugby Africa’s Facebook page and Rugby Africa’s YouTube channel
    Africa2 years ago

    Video press release: Rugby Africa Sevens Solidarity Camp: All matches will be broadcast live Saturday and Sunday on Rugby Africa’s Facebook page and Rugby Africa’s YouTube channel

    Broadcast live from Rugby Africa platforms (www.RugbyAfrique.com), the men's 7-a-side solidarity camp will bring together the African rugby-7 champions under one camp. Fans will also be able to watch highlights from the action-packed matches on Supersport, where they will also be able to see interviews and snapshots. The men's seven-a-side solidarity camp promises to change the face of rugby in Africa, opening up new avenues and opportunities for collaboration between coaches, players and, most importantly, fans.

    Currently only South Africa and Kenya have qualified for the Olympic Games in the men's category. But Uganda and Zimbabwe still have a chance thanks to the Olympic draft. The Olympic draft is due to take place in Monaco on June 19 and 20 with the Tokyo Olympics from July 26 to 28 for men.

    Under the leadership of Rugby Africa, the African teams will come together to prepare the qualified teams for the Olympic Games and the Olympic draft with friendly tournaments and shared preparation camps.

    Look at the first day:

    Facebook: www.facebook.com/RugbyAfrique

    YouTube: www.youtube.com/c/RugbyAfrique

    Quick Facts: Male Solidarity Camp at Seven:

    Dates: May 6 to 16

    Location: Stellenbosch Sports Academy and Markotter Sports Ground

    Tournament: May 8 and 9 - May 14 and 15

    Teams: South Africa, Kenya, Uganda, Zimbabwe

    Read the full press release: https://bit.ly/3xTCYjv

  •   Broadcast live from Rugby Africa platforms www RugbyAfrique com the men s 7 a side solidarity camp will bring together the African rugby 7 champions under one camp Fans will also be able to watch highlights from the action packed matches on Supersport where they will also be able to see interviews and snapshots The men s seven a side solidarity camp promises to change the face of rugby in Africa opening up new avenues and opportunities for collaboration between coaches players and most importantly fans Currently only South Africa and Kenya have qualified for the Olympic Games in the men s category But Uganda and Zimbabwe still have a chance thanks to the Olympic draft The Olympic draft is due to take place in Monaco on June 19 and 20 with the Tokyo Olympics from July 26 to 28 for men Under the leadership of Rugby Africa the African teams will come together to prepare the qualified teams for the Olympic Games and the Olympic draft with friendly tournaments and shared preparation camps Look at the first day Facebook www facebook com RugbyAfrique YouTube www youtube com c RugbyAfrique Quick Facts Male Solidarity Camp at Seven Dates May 6 to 16 Location Stellenbosch Sports Academy and Markotter Sports Ground Tournament May 8 and 9 May 14 and 15 Teams South Africa Kenya Uganda Zimbabwe Read the full press release https bit ly 3xTCYjv
    Rugby Africa Sevens Solidarity Camp: All matches will be broadcast live on Saturday and Sunday on Rugby Africa’s Facebook page and Rugby Africa’s YouTube channel
      Broadcast live from Rugby Africa platforms www RugbyAfrique com the men s 7 a side solidarity camp will bring together the African rugby 7 champions under one camp Fans will also be able to watch highlights from the action packed matches on Supersport where they will also be able to see interviews and snapshots The men s seven a side solidarity camp promises to change the face of rugby in Africa opening up new avenues and opportunities for collaboration between coaches players and most importantly fans Currently only South Africa and Kenya have qualified for the Olympic Games in the men s category But Uganda and Zimbabwe still have a chance thanks to the Olympic draft The Olympic draft is due to take place in Monaco on June 19 and 20 with the Tokyo Olympics from July 26 to 28 for men Under the leadership of Rugby Africa the African teams will come together to prepare the qualified teams for the Olympic Games and the Olympic draft with friendly tournaments and shared preparation camps Look at the first day Facebook www facebook com RugbyAfrique YouTube www youtube com c RugbyAfrique Quick Facts Male Solidarity Camp at Seven Dates May 6 to 16 Location Stellenbosch Sports Academy and Markotter Sports Ground Tournament May 8 and 9 May 14 and 15 Teams South Africa Kenya Uganda Zimbabwe Read the full press release https bit ly 3xTCYjv
    Rugby Africa Sevens Solidarity Camp: All matches will be broadcast live on Saturday and Sunday on Rugby Africa’s Facebook page and Rugby Africa’s YouTube channel
    Africa2 years ago

    Rugby Africa Sevens Solidarity Camp: All matches will be broadcast live on Saturday and Sunday on Rugby Africa’s Facebook page and Rugby Africa’s YouTube channel

    Broadcast live from Rugby Africa platforms (www.RugbyAfrique.com), the men's 7-a-side solidarity camp will bring together the African rugby-7 champions under one camp. Fans will also be able to watch highlights from the action-packed matches on Supersport, where they will also be able to see interviews and snapshots. The men's seven-a-side solidarity camp promises to change the face of rugby in Africa, opening up new avenues and opportunities for collaboration between coaches, players and, most importantly, fans.

    Currently only South Africa and Kenya have qualified for the Olympic Games in the men's category. But Uganda and Zimbabwe still have a chance thanks to the Olympic draft. The Olympic draft is due to take place in Monaco on June 19 and 20 with the Tokyo Olympics from July 26 to 28 for men.

    Under the leadership of Rugby Africa, the African teams will come together to prepare the qualified teams for the Olympic Games and the Olympic draft with friendly tournaments and shared preparation camps.

    Look at the first day:

    Facebook: www.facebook.com/RugbyAfrique

    YouTube: www.youtube.com/c/RugbyAfrique

    Quick Facts: Male Solidarity Camp at Seven:

    Dates: May 6 to 16

    Location: Stellenbosch Sports Academy and Markotter Sports Ground

    Tournament: May 8 and 9 - May 14 and 15

    Teams: South Africa, Kenya, Uganda, Zimbabwe

    Read the full press release: https://bit.ly/3xTCYjv

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