About Kamloops Sevens

The Kamloops Sevens, entering its fourth 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 two days and drawing in over 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. Click HERE for a list of frequently asked questions.

Age Categories 

U19 – born in 2001 
U18 – born in 2002
U17 – born in 2003
U16 – born in 2004
U15 – born in 2005
U14 – born in 2006
U13 – born in 2007
U12 – born in 2008

Venue

The 2019 Kamloops Sevens tournament will once again take place at McArthur Island Park on Kamloops North Shore. In previous years, the event was held across three separate venues, but the move to McArthur Park in 2018 helped to 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.

2019 Venue Map - Click to Download

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

Darcy Patterson
Tournament Director
Brynna Walker
Volunteer Coordinator
Chris Assmus
Chief Match Official
Euan McGhee
Photographer
Eric Thompson
Media Assistant
Madison Gold
Problem Solver
Aaron Takel
Boys' Talent ID
Maria Gallo
Girls' Talent ID

We are searching for Volunteers! If you are interested in volunteering with the biggest 7s tournament in Western Canada here is your chance!

Are you having trouble submitting your details on this form from your mobile device?  Either try using a tablet or computer, or email Euan McGhee(emcghee@bcrugby.com) with your contact details and availability.

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*All players and coaches MUST be registered with Rugby Canada* 

All roster forms are due by Friday, Oct 11th at noon. 

Schedules & Scores

U14 Girls Teams

Pool A
Abbotsford RFC
Cowichan RFC
Castaway Wanderers RFC - Red
Calgary Irish RFC

Pool B
Barbarians RFC
United Rugby Club
Castaway Wanderers RFC - Blue
Westshore RFC

Final Standings

U16 Girls Teams

Pool A
United Rugby Club
Cowichan RFC
Westshore RFC
Calgary Mavericks RFC

Pool B
Burnaby Lake Rugby Club
PGYRA Jr Vixens
Canucks Rugby Club
Abbotsford RFC

Pool C
Capilano RFC
Kootenay
Castaway Wanderers RFC
Bayside Sharks RFC

Final Standings

U16 Girls Elite Teams

Castaway Wanderers RFC
Kamloops/Kelowna 
Abbotsford RFC
Langley Rugby Club
Calgary Mavericks RFC
Celtic Barbarians RFC

Final Standings

U19 Girls Teams

Pool A
United Rugby Club - 1
Williams Lake RFC
Calgary Mavericks RFC
Burnaby Lake Rugby Club

Pool B
Fort St John RFC
Kamloops/Kelowna
Castaway Wanderers RFC
Langley Rugby Club

Pool C
Clansmen
Merritt Mastiffs RFC
United Rugby Club - 2
Nanaimo Hornets RFC

Pool D
Capilano RFC
Comox/Cowichan
Kootenay
Houston RFC

Final Standings

U19 Girls Elite Teams

Pool A
Calgary Mavericks
Cowichan RFC
Kamloops Rugby Club
Abbotsford  RFC - Black

Pool B
Bayside Sharks RFC
CW
Abbotsford RFC - Red

Final Standings

U15 Boys Teams

St Albert RFC
James Bay AA
Williams Lake RFC
United Rugby Club
Westshore RFC
Bayside Sharks RFC
Prince Rupert RFC

Final Standings

U17 Boys Teams

Pool A
Calgary Mavericks RFC
Kootenays
United Rugby Club
Williams Lake RFC

Pool B
St Albert RFC - Red
Kamloops Raiders RFC
Bayside Sharks RFC
Prince Rupert RFC

Pool C
Thompson/Okanagan Rugby Alliance (TORA)
St Albert RFC - Blue
Clansmen
Langley Rugby Club

Final Standings

U19 Boys Teams

Kamloops Raiders RFC
Calgary Mavericks RFC
Kootenay
St Alberta RFC
Celtic Barbarians RFC
Clansmen
Thompson/Okanagan Rugby Alliance (TORA)

Final Standings

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.