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KIAMA 7s


Warringah, winners of the 2017 Kiama Sevens

The Kiama sevens is the longest running and largest competition of its type in Australia. It began in 1973 as a method of providing a form of fast moving and entertaining football while maintaining a relatively social atmosphere amongst platers and supporters alike.

Initiated with only 8 teams competing, the tournament has grown considerably in stature and size over the years to its current 48 team format. The atmosphere has also grown through swelling numbers of supporters and the day itself provides a truly carnival atmosphere off the field while delivering an explosive brand of running rugby on the paddock.

The tournament brings together a blend of classic country sides with traditional Sydney First Grade sides and a regular attendance of interstate and overseas teams.

Played on the last Saturday in February the Kiama Sevens has traditionally been seen as the unofficial opener of theNSW Rugby season and has long been used by national selectors as a guide for international sevens selections including the Hong Kong Sevens.

The cream of Australian Rugby of the past 40 years have graced the turf of Chittick Oval including the Ella brothers, Campo, Poidevan, Price, Willie O and a host of international and representative players.

Tournament's web site: Kiama Rugby

Year - Winner

  • 2017 Warringah
  • 2016 Australian Rugby Legends
  • 2015 Manly A
  • 2014 Red Rock (Fiji)
  • 2013 Brisbane Fijians
  • 2012 Kiama Inn
  • 2011 Manly
  • 2010 West Harbour
  • 2009 West Harbour
  • 2008 Manly
  • 2007 Gordon
  • 2006 North Sydney
  • 2005 Warringah
  • 2004 Randwick
  • 2003 Gordon
  • 2002 Manly
  • 2001 Renegades
  • 2000 Sydney University
  • 1999 Canberra Vikings
  • 1998 North Sydney
  • 1997 West Harbour
  • 1996 Randwick
  • 1995 Canberra Kookaburras
  • 1994 Manly
  • 1993 Gordon
  • 1992 Randwick
  • 1991 Manly
  • 1990 Nasinu Fiji
  • 1989 Randwick
  • 1988 Randwick
  • 1987 Randwick
  • 1986 Randwick
  • 1985 Warringah
  • 1984 Randwick
  • 1983 Randwick
  • 1982 St George
  • 1981 Parramatta
  • 1980 Parramatta
  • 1979 Randwick
  • 1978 Randwick
  • 1977 abandoned
  • 1976 Randwick
  • 1975 Kiama
  • 1974 Randwick
  • 1973 Kiama

Summary:

  • (13) Randwick
  • (6) Manly
  • (3) West Harbour
  • (3) Warringah
  • (3) Gordon
  • (2) Kiama
  • (2) Parramatta



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