Shawnigan and St. George's Into Tier 1 Cup Final: Live Stream: UPDATE SHAWNIGAN WIN
UPDATE: Shawnigan on the back of 3 tries by Reece Tudor-Jones won the Cup final 24-21. St. George's played well as a team but the Canada U18 player, Reece Tudor-Jones, was a level above anyone on the field and when Shawnigan needed to score he complied. He also was effective at sweeper and provided several try saving tackles. Brentwood defeated Oak Bay in the bronze match. The games are archived for viewing but seem to take a day to process so only Day 1 games are archived at the time of writing.
Shawnigan are looking the powerhouse of 7s in the province, they'll have a final showdown with St. George's at 2:32pm. Shawnigan went through their pool games with only 1 try against them while racking up 144 points for. St. George's had two dominant wins before running into a tougher Brentwood side and winning 24-14. In the semis St. George's squeaked by Oak Bay for a comeback win while Shawnigan destroyed Brentwood.
The live stream is here: http://sportscanada.live/bcss/2018-boys-rugby-7s
The BCRU scoreboard which only seems to be updated at the end of the day is here: http://www.bcrugby.com/rugby-events/hsb7s/
Provincial High School 7s Tournament This Weekend at St. George's: Pools and Schedules
Twenty four teams are entered into the two tier tournament this weekend April 21st and 22nd, twelve teams in each tier. The schedules and pools are listed below. Select games on Sunday will be streamed, the BCRU to handle that aspect of the tournament. A concession will be operating on both days. The event is being held at St. George's school on two fields. Field 1 is closest to 29th Ave, officially named Nigel Toy Field and Field 2 is north of that, closer to the tennis courts.
Shawnigan are defending champions and will be favourites again this year. Oak Bay and Brentwood were #2 and #3 last year and they are seeded top of their pools this year. Host St. George's always have a top team and placed 4th last year.
DAY 1 SCHEDULE - FIELD 1
DAY 2 SCHEDULE - FIELD 1
2017 Final Rankings
2 Oak Bay
6 Earl Marriot
7 Mt. Boucherie
8 Aberdeen Hall
R.E. Mountain from Langley, last year's Tier 2 winner aren't entered this year so #2 Elphinstone in Gibsons takes top seed. Edward Milne from Sooke and DW Poppy of Langley also take top spot in their pools.
DAY 1 SCHEDULE
DAY 2 SCHEDULE
2017 Final Rankings
1 R.E. Mountain
8 Edward Milne
11 G.P Vanier
12 Brentwood B
13 Earl Marriot B
14 Burnaby South
16 Charles Hayes