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Sunday, October 26, 2008

Want to watch some rugby this afternoon?

Weather report: drizzly, bit cold - temperature only in the 70s...

Its the second day of the World Cup Sevens North American qualifiers today in Nassau (in the Bahamas) so ever so slightly different weather to that which we have here. Incidentally, if you've not been following the preparations for this event then take a look at the US team's blogsite and in particular the writing of Ines Rodriguez - really funny stuff.

Anyway, they are through to the knockout stages over there - and its all being broadcast live on the web. Play begins at around 3pm our time with the quarter-finals of the women's tournament due on soon after the start.

In practice USA and Canada should make it through to the final (due on c8.00 GMT) without many problems - neither has conceded a point yet - but that final will be well worth watching, and most of the other games should be entertaining. Certainly the quarter-finals  between Jamaica and Guyana, followed by Barbados and Trinidad & Tobago, promise to be well-matched games with a lot of inter-island rivalry at stake.

Oh - and apparently there is a men's tournament on as well... 

... and the weather should have improved by the time they start!

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