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MELROSE 7s - Roll of Honor

  • 2015 Glasgow Warriors (SCO)
  • 2014 Glasgow Warriors (SCO)
  • 2013 Saracens (ENG)
  • 2012 Saracens (ENG)
  • 2011 Melrose (SCO)
  • 2010 Hamilton (SAF)
  • 2009 University of Johannesburg (SAF)
  • 2008 Scottish Thistles
  • 2007 University of Orange Free State (SAF)
  • 2006 Newcastle Falcons (ENG)
  • 2005 Stellenbosch (SAF)
  • 2004 Stellenbosch (SAF)
  • 2003 Sale Sharks (ENG)
  • 2002 Boroughmuir
  • 2001 Barbarians
  • 2000 Nawaka (FIJ)
  • 1999 Gala
  • 1998 Melrose
  • 1997 Melrose
  • 1996 Watsonians
  • 1995 Manly
  • 1994 Gala
  • 1993 Co-Optimists
  • 1992 Bay of Plenty (AUS)
  • 1991 Irish Wolfhounds (IRE)
  • 1990 Randwick (AUS)
  • 1989 Kelso
  • 1988 Kelso
  • 1987 Harlequins (ENG)
  • 1986 Kelso
  • 1985 Kelso
  • 1984 Kelso
  • 1983 French Barbarians
  • 1982 Heriot's F.P.
  • 1981 Gala
  • 1980 Kelso
  • 1979 Stewarts Melville- F.P.
  • 1978 Kelso
  • 1977 Gala
  • 1976 Boroughmuir
  • 1975 Melrose
  • 1974 Jedforest
  • 1973 Edinburgh Wanderers
  • 1972 Gala
  • 1971 Gala
  • 1970 Gala
  • 1969 Loughborough Colleges
  • 1968 Loughborough Colleges
  • 1967 Hawick
  • 1966 Hawick
  • 1965 London Scottish
  • 1964 Gala
  • 1963 Boroughmuir F.P.
  • 1962 London Scottish
  • 1961 Royal H.S.
  • 1960 Cambridge University
  • 1959 Gala
  • 1958 Heriot's F.P.
  • 1957 Heriot's F.P.
  • 1956 Stewart's F.P.
  • 1955 Hawick
  • 1954 Heriot's F.P.
  • 1953 Hawick
  • 1952 Melrose
  • 1951 Rosslyn Park (ENG)
  • 1950 Melrose
  • 1949 Edinburgh Accies
  • 1948 Melrose
  • 1947 Melrose
  • 1946 Hawick
  • 1942-1945 World War II
  • 1941 Edinburgh City Police
  • 1940 Heriot's F.P.
  • 1939 Heriot's F.P.
  • 1938 Heriot's F.P.
  • 1937 Gala
  • 1936 Watsonians
  • 1935 Watsonians
  • 1934 Royal H.S.
  • 1933 Hawick
  • 1932 Gala
  • 1931 Melrose
  • 1930 Edinburgh Accies
  • 1929 Hawick
  • 1928 Edinburgh Accies
  • 1927 Hawick
  • 1926 Watsonians
  • 1925 Hawick
  • 1924 Hawick
  • 1923 Heriot's F.P.
  • 1922 Hawick
  • 1921 Royal H.S.
  • 1920 Stewart's F.P.
  • 1919 Hawick
  • 1915-1918 World War I
  • 1914 Watsonians
  • 1913 Hawick
  • 1912 Hawick
  • 1911 Hawick
  • 1910 Hawick
  • 1909 Hawick
  • 1908 Hawick
  • 1907 Watsonians
  • 1906 Watsonians
  • 1905 Watsonians
  • 1904 Jedforest
  • 1903 Gala
  • 1902 Jedforest
  • 1901 Hawick
  • 1900 Hawick
  • 1899 Jedforest
  • 1898 Hawick
  • 1897 Hawick
  • 1896 Hawick
  • 1895 Hawick
  • 1894 Hawick
  • 1893 Hawick
  • 1892 Hawick
  • 1891 Gala
  • 1890 Gala
  • 1889 Melrose
  • 1888 Hawick & Wilton
  • 1887 Hawick
  • 1886 Tynedale
  • 1885 Melrose
  • 1884 Gala
  • 1883 Melrose
Title summary:

  • Hawick (28)
  • Gala (15)
  • Melrose (12)
  • Watsonians (8)
  • Kelso (7)
  • Heriot's F.P. (7)
  • Jedforest (4)
  • Boroughmuir (3)
  • Edinburgh Accies (3)
  • Glasgow Warriors (2)
  • Saracens (2)
  • Stellenbosch (2)
  • Loughborough Colleges (2)
  • London Scottish (2)
  • Royal H.S. (2)

About the Melrose Sevens

Rugby Sevens was founded in Melrose in 1883. The game of rugby 7s is now played on an international stage from Hong Kong to Scotland and is testimony to its founder in the Scottish Borders town, Ned Haig.

2013 will be the 123rd playing of the Melrose Sevens and it is proposed to continue an extended tournament with guest teams coming from far and near. Previous years have included sevens guests Randwick and Manly from Australia, Bay of Plenty from New Zealand, University of Free State and Stellenbosch from South Africa. Europe has been represented by guests from England, France, Portugal and Ireland to name a few. The town of Melrose takes on a carnival atmosphere with the day being considered a main social date in the sporting calendar. To complement the main Melrose 7s tournament other attractions are being planned for the international event. The ten most prestigious of the Borders tournaments make up a league competition known as the Kings of the Sevens. Teams competing gain points depending on how far they progress in each tournament, the winner gains ten points, runner up seven points, semi-finalists five points and teams who are emliminated at the quarter final stage gain three points.

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