Easter weekend offers sevens feast

This week the Kings of the Sevens circuit travels to Mansfield Park (Saturday 19 April, 2pm), where host team Hawick will be looking to win their home tournament for the seventh year in a row. 

Neil Renwick in action for Hawick 7s team at Melrose

Hawick President Rory Bannerman, said: “We are happy to build on the success of 2013 and are confident that this year will be even better.

“We are sure there will be something for everyone at Mansfield on Saturday and look forward to welcoming old and new friends alike to watch the Greens go for seven sevens in a row!”

In addition to the on-field action, the club will also host an S1 tournament on the Hawick YM pitch Mansfield Haugh, corporate hospitality and a ladies day.

The following day (Sunday 20 April), Berwick will host the fourth leg of the Kings of the Sevens circuit at Scremerston from 1pm. 

SMT Trinbago, the representative side for Trinidad and Tobago who competed at Melrose 7s last week, will play at both the Hawick and Berwick tournaments.

Meanwhile, the Legacy 7s Series starts this Saturday at Bridgehaugh, with Stirling County hosting the first of the five tournaments, play starting at 12 noon.

Hawick 7s draw, Mansfield Park, Saturday 19 April, 2pm

Hamilton v President's VII
Gala v Northumberland County
Peebles v Edinburgh University
Hawick YM v Melrose
Hawick v Jedforest
SMT Trinbago v Edinburgh Accies
Selkirk v Langholm
Kelso v Watsonians

Berwick 7s draw, Scremerston, Sunday 20 April, 1pm

Gala v Morpeth
Northumberland v Watsonians
Earlston v Selkirk
Edinburgh Accies v Melrose
Berwick v Alnwick
Edinburgh University v Hawick
Kelso v Peebles
Jedforest v SMT Trinbago

Stirling County 7s draw, Bridgehaugh, Saturday 19 April, 12 noon

Boroughmuir V Pirates
GHA v McLaren
Hamilton v Alloa
Howe of Fife v Kirkcaldy
Stirling County v Dunfermline
Stirling University v Dalziel
Perthshire v Grangemouth
Cartha Queens Park vs Mull