Ancillary Tournaments

Fringe tournaments bring players and fans closer to the HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens in a celebration of the sport!

The best club players across Asia, and the brightest under-14 local rugby talents will take part in three ancillary competitions in the lead up to the HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens, which takes place on 28-29 April at the Singapore National Stadium.

Titans Ruck & Rumble 10s

A new addition to the fringe activities is the Titans Ruck & Rumble 10s. With tournaments for under-8s and under-10s boys, and a girls’ competition, the mini stars of tomorrow representing the finalist teams will get their moment of glory at the Stadium in the morning of Sunday 29th April. What’s more, players of the participating teams will also get to meet the Singapore Sevens 2018’s official ambassador, Ben Gollings and DJ Forbes.

All rounds up to final will be played at Kallang ActiveSG Field in the morning of Saturday 28th April.

Finals will be at 2pm on Sunday 29th April at the National Stadium.

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Regional Midnight Club 10s

Following on from last year’s successful staging, the Regional Midnight Club 10s featuring eight men’s and eight women’s teams from rugby clubs across Asia will be held from 7pm on 27th April to 2am on 28th April at Turf City.

The finalists of the women’s tournament will be rewarded with a chance-of-a-life time opportunity to play in front of potentially 28,000 people at the National Stadium on the Saturday of the Singapore Sevens.

The winning teams will take home cash prizes of SGD4,000, while the runners-up will pocket SGD1,000.

The men’s final will be played at 12:30am on Saturday 28th April at Turf City.

The women’s final will be played at 2pm on Saturday 28th April at the National Stadium.

Singapore Schools Under-14 Sevens Series

The most talented young rugby players in the under-14 age group will also be battling it out for an opportunity to play on the biggest stage of all in the annual Singapore Schools Sevens Series. Twelve teams will battle it out over two legs on 17th March and 7th April with the top two teams contesting the final at the National Stadium on Sunday 29th April before the latter stages of the Singapore Sevens gets underway.  Last year, St. Andrew’s Secondary School and Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) made it all the way to the final, with the former winning 12-10 in front of tens of thousands of screaming fans.

The final will be played at 2pm on Sunday 29th April at the National Stadium.

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