Australia Wins Men’s and Women’s Central Coast Sevens

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October 23, 2016

Australia Wins Men’s and Women’s Central Coast Sevens

 

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Photo: Central Coast Sevens

Doug Coil

The UON Central Coast Sevens is Australia’s premier rugby sevens festival outside of the HSBC World Sevens Series. It features some of the strongest international sevens teams in the world. It features national teams and invitational teams. It is also one of the toughest invitational tournaments in the world to win.

This year’s tournament had a number of upsets, featured exciting rugby and excellent commentary. In the end, Australia ignored it’s pool play loss and claimed a 24-21 in against Uluinakau from Fiji in the Cup UON Final. In the women’s Kinesio Cup Final, Aussie Pearls Green beat Aussie Pearls Gold 40-19. This competition should make the Aussie Sevens Olympic Champions even stronger.

The Central Coast Sevens was held at the Wyong Rugby league Club in Kanwal, NSW, Australia, October 21-23, 2016 . Day one, featured a youth single day tournament. Pool play for both the men’s and women’s tournaments was on October 22 and the finals the next day.

The matches were streamed live by BarTV Sports. The commentators, Gareth Wasik and Peter Jolly, were superb and this weekend marriage between the Central Coast Sevens and Bar TV Sports should continue for the forseeable future.

Bar Sports TV commentators even added some quest commentary from Liz Entwhistle from Stars Rugby 7s, which is an invitational international side from the USA.

Craig Morgan, Tournament Director of the Central Coast Sevens, runs an outstanding event and has tremendous support from its sponsors.

If you missed any of the matches, they may be viewed on Bar Sports TV You Tube Channel.

Photos: UON Central Coast Sevens

Australia Men, Aussie Pearls Green and Gold, Tournament Director Craig Morgan with Aussie Sevens player and Olympian, Jesse Parahi

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UON Cup Men’s Pool Play Finish

  • A: Ratu Filise (Fiji), Australia, West Harbour, Toloa Old Boys (Tonga)
  • B: Police (Fiji), Uluinakau (Fiji), Australia Development, LM National Indigenous
  • C: Tabadamu (Fiji), NSW7s (Waratahs, Australia), Daveta (Fiji), Australia Uniroos
  • D: Hideaway Hurricanes (Fiji), ACT Brumbies (Australia), Newtown (Fiji), Sydney Uni

Kinesio Cup Women’s Pool Play Finish

  • A: Aussie Pearls Gold, Avoca Beach (Central Coast, Australia), New Zealand Wasps, Dua Ga
  • B: Japan, Sunnybank (Queensland, Australia), Ozboks, Sydney Uni
  • C: Aussie Pearls Green, ACT Brumbies (Australia), Hunter Women (Australia), Lloyd McDermott National Indigenous

Kinesio Cup Women Pool Results

Pool A

  • Aussie Pearls Gold 24-5 NZ Wasps
  • Avoca Beach 60-0 Dua Ga
  • Aussie Pearls Gold 15-0 Avoca Beach
  • NZ Wasps 46-0 Dua Ga
  • Aussie Pearls Gold 55-0 Dua Ga
  • NZ Wasps 10-15 Avoca Beach

Pool B

  • Japan 19-7 Sunnybank
  • Sydney Uni 10-5 Ozboks
  • Japan 27-10 Sydney Uni
  • Sunnybank 17-7 Ozboks
  • Japan 22-0 Ozboks
  • Sunnybank 24-5 Sydney Uni

Pool C

  • Aussie Pearls Green 26-0 ACT Brumbies
  • Hunter Women 5-5 National Indigenous
  • Aussie Pearls Green 28-15 Hunter Women
  • ACT Brumbies 19-10 National Indigenous
  • Aussie Pearls Green 32-0 National Indigenous
  • ACT Brumbies 27-0 Hunter Women

UNO Men’s Cup Pool Results

Pool A

  • Australia (Thunderbolts) 12-21 Ratu Filise
  • Toloa Old Boys 12-12 West Harbour
  • Australia 48-0 Toloa Old Boys
  • Ratu Filise 17-7 West Harbour
  • Australia 31-7 West Harbour
  • Ratu Filise 38-7 Toloa Old Boys

Pool B

  • Police 14-0 Uluinakau
  • Australia Development 35-0 National Indigenous
  • Police 22-0 Australia Development
  • Uluinakau 38-10 National Indigenous
  • Police 45-5 National Indigenous
  • Uluinakau 33-12 Australia Development

Pool C

  • Australian University 12-29 NSW7s
  • Daveta 5-5 Tabadamu
  • Daveta 20-0 Australian University
  • Tabadamu 17-12 NSW7s
  • Daveta 19-10 NSW7s
  • Tabadamu 43-0 Australian University

Pool D

  • Hideaway Hurricanes 14-5 Newtown
  • ACT Brumbies 22-7 Sydney Uni
  • Hideaway Hurricanes 26-12 ACT Brumbies
  • Newtown 29-7 Sydney Uni
  • Hideaway Hurricanes 46-5 Sydney Uni
  • Newtown 17-19 ACT Brumbies

Day Two Finals

  • Match 43 – Women’s QF Aussie Pearls Gold 29-0 Ozboks
  • Match 44- Women’s QF Sunnybank 12-7 ACT Brumbies (Extra time)
  • Match 45 – Women’s QF Japan 19-12 NZ Wasps
  • Match 46 – Women’s QF Aussie Pearls Green 38-0 Avoca Beach
  • Match 47 – Men’s QF Ratu Filise 26-22 ACT Brumbies
  • Match 48 – Men’s QF Tabadamu 7-10 Uluinakau
  • Match 49 – Men’s QF Police 0-5 NSW7s
  • Match 50 – Men’s QF Hideaway Hurricanes 5-19 Australia
  • Match 51- Men’s SF Boot Toloa Old Boys 24-7 Sydney Uni
  • Match 52 – Men’s SF Boot National Indigenous 5-27 Australian University
  • Match 53 – Women’s SF Ball Hunter 32-0 Dua Ga
  • Match 54 – Women’s SF Ball National Indigenous 7-44 Sydney Uni
  • Match 55 – Men’s SF Ball West Harbour 10-5 Newtown
  • Match 56 – Men’s SF Ball Australia Development 24-17 Daveta
  • Match 57 – Women’s Plate SF Ozboks 7-19 NZ Wasps
  • Match 58 – Women’s Plate SF ACT Brumbies 0-15 Avoca Beach
  • Match 59 – Men’s Plate SF ACT Brumbies 15-10 Police
  • Match 60 – Men’s Plate SF Tabadamu 33-12 Hideaway Hurricanes
  • Match 61 – Women’s Cup SF Aussie Pearls Gold 17-0 Sunnybank
  • Match 62 – Women’s Cup SF Japan 0-45 Aussie Pearls Green
  • Match 63 – Men’s Cup SF Ratu Filise 0-31 Uluinakau
  • Match 64 – Men’s Cup SF NSW7s 5-28 Australia
  • Match 65 – Women’s Boot Final Dua Ga 19-10 Lloyd McDermott Indigenous
  • Match 66 – Men’s Boot Final Toloa Old Boys 10-21 Australia Uniroos
  • Match 67 – Women’s Ball Final Hunter 12-17 Sydney Uni
  • Match 68 – Men’s Ball Final Australia Development 19-12 West Harbour
  • Match 69 – Women’s Plate Final NZ Wasps 15-10 Avoca Beach
  • Match 70 – Men’s Plate Final Tabadamu 31-14 ACT Brumbies
  • Match 71 – Women’s 3rd/4th Place Sunnybank 24-12 Japan
  • Match 72 – Men’s 3rd/4th Place NSW7s 17-10 Ratu Falise
  • Match 73 – Women’s Kinesio Cup Final Aussie Pearls Green 40-19 Aussie Pearls Gold
  • Match 74 – Men’s UNO Cup Final Australia 24-21 Uluinakau
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