The draw for the Wisbech Grammar School 7s has been made, and also the exciting new Wisbech Grammar School Floodlit 7s.
These form part of the school’s new 7s series, featuring 9 tournaments in total, with these two U18 tournaments, a Girls tournament, and tournaments at U16, U14, U13, and U11 level, plus Floodlit U16 and U14 tournaments.
The U18 7s takes place on Sunday 11th March, with the U18 Floodlit 7s a few days later on Thursday 15th March from 5.45pm to 8pm.
U18 Wisbech Grammar School 7s
The main tournament sees twelve teams competing across four groups of three, the top two in each group will progress to the Cup quarter finals, while the bottom side in each group will head to the Shield semi finals.
The hosts Wisbech Grammar, are in Group A alongside Framlingham College and St Columba’s College, while in Group B Norwich School draw Peterborough Regional College and Wellingborough.
Uppingham are in Group 3, where Wymondham College and Culford keep them company, while Group 4s top seeds are Stamford, they are joined by Gresham’s and Easton & Otley.
U18 Wisbech Grammar School Floodlit 7s
The Floodlit 7s take place four days later on the Thursday evening, it consists of two groups of three teams, with the top side in each group meeting in the Cup final, second place playing for the Shield, and third for the Bowl.
Four sides return from the tournament on Sunday, with the hosts Wisbech Grammar School in Group 1 alongside Uppingham, another returner, and the excellent Berkhamsted.
Group 2 sees Culford and Stamford return from Sunday’s tournament, and they are joined by a top side in the form of Bedford School.
Wisbech Grammar School 7s Draw – Sunday 11 March
|Group 1||Group 2||Group 3||Group 4|
|Wisbech Grammar School||Norwich||Uppingham||Stamford|
|Framlingham College||Peterborough Regional College||Wymondham College||Gresham’s|
|St Columba’s College||Wellingborough||Culford||Easton & Otley College|
Wisbech Grammar School Floodlit 7s Draw – Thursday 15th March
|Group 1||Group 2|
|Wisbech Grammar School||Culford|