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Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Entries for Herts Sevens growing... slowly

After a slow start, I hear that the number of entries for this year's Herts Sevens is picking up - but then it was a last minute rush the past two years as well. So far in the U18s we are joined by Reading, Hertford and Basford, while the U15s feature Welwyn, Reading, London Irish, Rochford, and Hertford.

So there is still plenty of room for extra teams in what has been a great event for the past two years. Herts Sevens is a great place for teams preparing for National Sevens - but is also a competition that any team can enter, especially new clubs who my find the idea of the Nationals a bit daunting. So come on not only Worcester and Kettering but also Swaffham, Ampthill, and the East Anglian clusters - this is YOUR day... you only need eight or nine girls (and teams have even got by with seven in the past!) - contact Laura at for details.

One probem is that at U18 level I understand that South East league fixtures may be keeping some teams - like Welwyn and leading London/Surrey/Kent teams - away which hopefully is not a sign of things to come (though with the expansion of the county and regional programme next year at the expense of club and league dates I suspect it could be).

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