BC Youth 7s - March 2020

March 15 2020


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BC Names All Star Team for U16 and U18 Boys After Vancouver 7s: Next Up Langford 7s August 29th



BC put 4 teams in each age group at the Vancouver 7s; Island, Mainland, Interior and Valley and from those four teams picked an all star team. Congratulations to those U16 and U18 players. The next tournament is Langford 7s on August 29th. If you want to register your team for that tournament contact John Lyall at johnlyall4@gmail.com

At the end of the season BC will choose a team to enter the Dubai Invitational 7s which takes place at the end of November.

from BC Rugby

Vancouver, BC – March 13, 2020: BC Rugby and Elite Youth 7s Boys Head Coach Adam Roberts are excited to announce the BC Elite Youth 7s Boys’ Dream Teams from the 2020 Vancouver Sevens Invitational tournament. Roberts, as well as the four regional team leads, expressed their excitement for the growth and popularity of the Elite Youth 7s program.

Elite Youth 7s Boys’ Head Coach Adam Roberts:

“It was a fantastic two days for the newly re-vamped BC Elite Youth 7s Boys’ program at the Vancouver Sevens Invitational. The program has been split into 4 Regions (Mainland, Interior, Island, and Valley) over 2 age groups (U16 and U18). The leads of each region have done a fantastic job, cultivating the interest in sevens rugby in their region and getting the most out of their development.

Our philosophy heading into the BC Elite Youth 7s Boys’ season was to engage the various regions, engage as many athletes as possible and really start to build the base of skillful rugby players in BC. The program’s on field success was highlighted by the amount of kids we exposed to the sport of 7’s. However due to all the development over the past 2 months the teams all found success through winning.”

BC Valley Team Lead Phil Llewelyn:

“We have had a training group of over 40 players pushing each other. Our skills and understanding of the game has improved tremendously since the start.”

BC Interior Team Lead Leana Marton:

“The exposure to more high level competition throughout the year with the Elite Youth 7s program has been exactly what the boys from the interior have needed.”

BC Mainland Team Lead Aaron McLelland:

“We need to continue to evolve these programs. There is a demand for sevens rugby, and with the VSI in our backyard, this is a great place to build the next generation of sevens players.”

BC Island Team Lead Dustin Dobravsky:

“The players have responded very well to the training, and have shown a keen interest in this program. We have so many kids wanting to get involved it is a great problem to have.”

Following the conclusion of the tournament, Roberts announced the BC Dream Team selections for the BC U16 and U18 boys’ programs.

U16 Boys’ Dream Team

Paddy Kirwin (Mainland)
Lenny Bonduau (Mainland)
Bruce Jones (Mainland)
Fin Clark (Mainland)
Brady Howlett (Valley)
Brady Reeleeder (Valley)
Riku Conrad (Valley)
Nathan Hamilton (Valley)
Ben Martion (Island)
Rio Apt (Island)
Morgan Brandwood (Island)
Mateo Tuioti (Island)

U18 Boys’ Dream Team

Owen Cormack (Mainland)
Reid Brookes (Mainland)
Takeru Yasude (Mainland)
Max Stone (Valley)
Brendan Kim (Valley)
Fred Knowles (Valley)
Matt Klimchuck (Island)
Spencer Lockwood (Island)
Liam Poulton (Island)
Hayden Burton (Interior)
Relmu Wilson-Valdez (Interior)
Connor Bordin-Slavens (Interior)

The program will take a hiatus for the next few months for the high school rugby season and the Rep XVs summer season. The BC Elite Youth 7s Boys program will resume with the Langford Sevens on August 29th, followed by Kamloops Sevens in October. A BC Elite U18 Boys’ team will be selected for the Dubai 7s tournament in November 2020.

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