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Saturday, March 18, 2023
Bermuda International 7's Day Two 2023
Kutztown defended their Bermuda International 7’s title at the National Sports Center North Field with a 22 – 7 win over Brown University.

Colgate was crowned the Ladies Champions after they defeated the Bermuda Stars 22 – 10.

Men’s Division Day Two Results

Harvard Univ 24 Vanderbilt Univ 5
Cornell Univ 19 Rowan Univ 15
Kutztown Univ 43 Stony Brook 0
Bermuda Stars 40 Univ of Maryland 0
Brown Univ 45 UConn 0
Mystic Collegiates 21 Univ of Notre Dame 10
Cornell Univ 24 Vanderbilt Univ 17
Harvard Univ 19 Rowan Univ 14
Stony Brook 7 Univ of Notre Dame 17
UConn 17 Univ of Maryland 33
Rowan Univ 38 Vanderbilt Univ 0
Harvard Univ 5 Cornell Univ 22

Men's College 7th Place

Stony Brook 10 UConn 12

Men's College 5th Place

Univ of Notre Dame 32 Univ of Maryland 0

Men's College 3rd Place

Bermuda Stars 19 Mystic Collegiates 14

Men's College Cup Semis

Brown Univ 12 Bermuda Stars 5
Kutztown Univ 29 Mystic Collegiates 7

Men's College Cup Final

Kutztown Univ 22 Brown Univ 7

Women's Round Robin Division

Rowan Univ 0 Colgate 12
Bermuda Stars 20 Rowan Univ 0
Bermuda Stars 10 Colgate 22

Friday, March 17, 2023
Bermuda International 7's Day One 2023

The Bermuda International 7’s Rugby Tournament got underway at the National Sports Center.

The Bermuda Stars Men’s team began the tournament with three wins on the opening day, they picked up a 38 – 17 win over UConn, and then a 27 – 5 win over Rowan University, they closed out the night with a 21 – 10 win over the University of Notre Dame.

The Bermuda Stars Women’s team also picked up 2 wins, they defeated Colgate 17 – 10, and then they defeated Rowan University 22 – 0.

Men's College Day One Results

Univ of Maryland 35 Stony Brook 5
Brown Univ 29 Cornell Univ 0
Harvard Univ 5 Mystic Collegiates 33
Kutztown Univ 58 Vanderbilt Univ 0
Univ of Notre Dame 29 Rowan Univ 5
Bermuda Stars 38 UConn 17
Univ of Maryland 31 Cornell Univ 29
Brown Univ 27 Stony Brook 5
Kutztown Univ 29 Mystic Collegiates 7
Harvard Univ 31 Vanderbilt Univ 5
Bermuda Stars 27 Rowan Univ 5
Univ of Notre Dame 28 UConn 5
Brown Univ 34 Univ of Maryland 0
Stony Brook 19 Cornell Univ 10
Kutztown Univ 48 Harvard Univ 0
Mystic Collegiates 38 Vanderbilt Univ 5
UConn 22 Rowan Univ 17
Univ of Notre Dame 10 Bermuda Stars 21

Women's Division Day One Results

Rowan Univ (W) 0 Colgate (W) 22
Bermuda Stars (W) 17 Colgate (W) 10
Bermuda Stars (W) 22 Rowan Univ (W) 0

Bermuda International 7's 2023 Day One

Monday, March 13, 2023
Toms & Cardiff Defeat Bridgend

Luke Price’s 80th-minute drop goal secured a losing bonus point at the home of Brynley Toms and his league leaders Cardiff teammates as Bridgend battled back from a 10-point halftime deficit, falling to a narrow defeat at Cardiff Arms Park.

The hosts raced out to a 10-point lead within 10 minutes touching down twice through Alun Rees and Dan Fish. Both conversions were sent wide.

Both sides lost players to the bin as the game settled into a midfield battle. Cardiff struck for a third as the half headed into the final five minutes. Joe Goodchild touching down. The conversion was again sent wide.

Bridgend eventually got on the board with a powerful maul drive getting Evan Yardley over the line. The conversion was missed leaving Bridgend trailing by 10 at the break 15 - 5.

Bridgend bagged an early second-half score as Kieran Martin crashed over on his fiftieth appearance for Bridgend Ravens. This time, Price converted leaving three points between the sides just five minutes into the second half.

Both sides traded penalties as the match ticked toward the hour mark before Cardiff added a fourth try. In slightly strange circumstances, Fish went to clear upfield, missing the ball with his foot, and was able to collect and spread a wide pass. The referee didn’t call the drop as forward as a knock on and the hosts raced away for the score. Bridgend now trailed by 8 with time nearly up.

Bridgend set about finding a late score to secure a losing bonus point that their efforts deserved. Cardiff s defense stood firm but Bridgend made ground into the 22. The ball was slung back to Luke Price who nailed the drop goal to bring the gap down to 5 as the full-time whistle arrived.
Saturday, March 11, 2023
Bermuda International 7s Set for March 2023

After 3 years of COVID-19 cancelations, Bermuda 7s will be the best ever on Friday and Saturday March 17th – 18th, 2023.

Bermuda International 7s will field the very best in High School and College Rugby at the National Sports Center, Bermuda’s premier sporting event venue.

Participating Teams:

Bermuda Stars
Bermuda Stars (W)
Brown University
Colgate (W)
Cornell University
Harvard University
Harvard University II
Kutztown University
Roaming Rebels
Rowan University
Rowan University (W)
Stony Brook
University of Maryland
University of Notre Dame
Vanderbilt University

Friday, March 10, 2023
Jamaica to Host U19 and Women's RAN's Tournament

Jamaica will host the 2023 Rugby Americas North (RAN) Under-19s Men’s and Senior Women’s 15s Tournament.

The five-day event will take place July 12th – 16th in Kingston, Jamaica – held at the University of the West Indies, as it was in 2022. Both competition brackets will play 15 a-side matches, a change on the Women’s side from last year’s 12s format.

“After a successful Men’s U19 15s and Senior Women’s 12s in Jamaica last year, RAN is delighted to be able to return to the University of West Indies’ Mona Bowl for an exciting week of rugby,” said RAN General Manager Niall Brooks.

“More importantly for the region, we shall see the return of Senior Women’s 15 a-side rugby which is vital for the continued growth of the women’s game and a pathway for development for Mexico and the Caribbean unions to fifteens global competition.”

“It’s an honor for the Jamaican Rugby Football Union (JRFU) to host this regional event again,” said JRFU Chairman Jerry Benzwick. “To us, this is an opportunity to showcase some of what rugby union has to offer the country, connect with stakeholder, and expose our youth to the sport at the international level. We are excited about giving our teams a chance to play in front of a Jamaican audience and sharing our culture with our regional neighbors.”
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