16 June, 2016 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE RUGBY ONTARIO ANNOUNCES REVISED MAGNIFICENT SEVENS TOURNAMENT MODEL Return of historic sevens tournament includes revamped club-friendly pricing structure and enhanced junior division component (TORONTO, ON) – After much deliberation, Rugby Ontario is pleased to announce a new price structure and competition model for the 2016 Magnificent Sevens Rugby Festival.…Read More
Rugby Ontario’s Communications Coordinator Brock Smith joined TSN 1050’s International Sports Report on May 1, 2016, chatting with host Peter Irvine about the return and relaunch of the historical Magnificent Sevens Rugby Festival. Catch the interview here: http://www.tsn.ca/radio/toronto-1050/smith-excited-to-bring-back-magnificent-7s-1.481646Read More
11 February, 2016 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 2016 MAGNIFICENT SEVENS RUGBY FESTIVAL REGISTRATION NOW OPEN (TORONTO, ON) – Rugby Ontario is pleased to announce that the registration window for the 2016 Magnificent Sevens Rugby Festival is now open. The historic Magnificent Sevens tournament, Ontario’s biggest rugby sevens festival, will be making its long-awaited return July 21-24,…Read More
Once considered one of North America’s most prestigious rugby sevens competitions, the Magnificent Sevens was a perennial highlight on the Ontario rugby calendar, holding its inaugural competition in 1950 and running annually from 1954 until 2004. While originally serving as a competition solely for senior men’s sevens teams, the tournament evolved to become a multi-divisional…Read More
*SAVE THE DATE* – Rugby Ontario Announces Details Surrounding the 2016 Return of the Magnificent Sevens Tournament
28 September, 2015 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SAVE THE DATE – RUGBY ONTARIO ANNOUNCES DETAILS SURROUNDING THE 2016 RETURN OF THE MAGNIFICENT SEVENS TOURNAMENT (TORONTO, ON) – Rugby Ontario is pleased to announce that the historic Magnificent Sevens tournament will be making its long-awaited return in July 2016, following a 12-year hiatus. Once considered one of North…Read More
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