About Kamloops Sevens

The Kamloops Sevens, entering its third year of action, has seen extraordinary popularity amongst Age-Grade teams across the Province.  Specifically designed for girls' and boys' teams in the U14-U19 categories, the tournament delivers fun, action-packed games in a picturesque setting.  Taking place over three days and drawing in almost 50 teams from an area spanning Comox Valley/Prince George/Nelson, the tournament is a fantastic celebration of emerging youth rugby talent.

Click on the rest of the tabs for more information on how to register and what awaits at this year's event.

Friday, October 19th 

BC Elite Girls' ID Session - 2PM Exhibition Park 

Coaches/Managers Meeting - 7:45PM - Kamloops Rugby Club 

Saturday October 20th 

BC Elite Boys' ID Session - 9AM McArthur Island Park 

Tournament - Day 1 9AM-4PM

Sunday October 21st 

Tournament Day 2 8:30AM-3PM

2018 Teams

Venues

The 2018 Kamloops Sevens tournament will take place at McArthur Island Park on Kamloops North Shore.  This is a significant change from 2017 where the event was held across three separate venues.  This move to McArthur Park will help foster a more inclusive tournament for all players, as well as removing logistical challenges for clubs, parents, players and event organisers.  A site map for exact playing fields will be made available on the run up to the event.

Venue Map - Click to Download

BC Rugby acknowledges that this land is located in the Tk’emlups te Secwepemc territory, situated in the southern interior of British Columbia within the unceded traditional lands of the Secwepemc Nation

Tournament Results

Final podium places from the 2018 Kamloops Sevens Tournament are as follows:

For comprehensive game scores from this year, please scroll down the page.

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Acknowledgement of Traditional Territory

BC Rugby acknowledges that this land is located in the Tk’emlups te Secwepemc territory, situated in the southern interior of British Columbia within the unceded traditional lands of the Secwepemc Nation.