SCRU Schoolgirl's Sevens

Rugby Action from the Sunshine Coast Schoolgirls Sevens Tournament Monday July 22.
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Australian Sevens player Charlotte Caslick at the presentation ceremony who inspired the girls to aim for the Rio Olympics where Sevens rugby will be an official sport.

Australian Sevens player Charlotte Caslick at the presentation ceremony who inspired the girls to aim for the Rio Olympics where Sevens rugby will be an official sport.

Unity College won the spirit of Rugby Award at the Sunshine Coast Schoolgirls Sevens Tournament on Monday night July 22.

Unity College won the spirit of Rugby Award at the Sunshine Coast Schoolgirls Sevens Tournament on Monday night July

Go you good thing!

Go you good thing!

Not so fast

Not so fast

Great hands

Great hands

Breakout!

Breakout!

Theresa's v Grammar

Theresa's v Grammar

Which way now?

Which way now?

Go Maleny!

Go Maleny!


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Unity College won the spirit of Rugby Award at the Sunshine Coast Schoolgirls Sevens Tournament on Monday night July 22.

Unity College won the spirit of Rugby Award at the Sunshine Coast Schoolgirls Sevens Tournament on Monday night July

Australian Sevens player Charlotte Caslick at the presentation ceremony who inspired the girls to aim for the Rio Olympics where Sevens rugby will be an official sport.

Australian Sevens player Charlotte Caslick at the presentation ceremony who inspired the girls to aim for the Rio Olympics where Sevens rugby will be an official sport.

Stingrays Women's Sevens players Jo Kerr and Erica Fowler take a break from their regular gym session with a strength and conditioning trainer for this shot.

Stingrays Women's Sevens players Jo Kerr and Erica Fowler take a break from their regular gym session with a strength and conditioning trainer for this shot.

Maleny always punch above their weight and the girls sevens was no exception. Tony Arnold is pictured with the Div 2 winners.

Maleny always punch above their weight and the girls sevens was no exception. Tony Arnold is pictured with the Div 2 winners.

Aust player Charlotte Caslick presents the player of the tournament award.

Aust player Charlotte Caslick presents the player of the tournament award.

A St Theresas player makes a dash.

A St Theresas player makes a dash.

Coach Jo Kerr and her Unity College Girls Sevens team.

Coach Jo Kerr and her Unity College Girls Sevens team.

Jo Kerr and the Matthew Flinders team she coaches.

Jo Kerr and the Matthew Flinders team she coaches.

Last night’s Sunshine Coast Schoolgirls 7s Tournament at Caloundra Rugby Union Grounds was a resounding success. More than 250 schoolgirls competed in the inaugural event (July 22) despite the rain. Siena won the Open Div 1 title. Well done girls!

Last night’s Sunshine Coast Schoolgirls Tournament at Caloundra Rugby Union Grounds was a resounding success. More than 250 schoolgirls competed in the inaugural event (July despite the rain. Siena won the Open Div 1 title. Well done girls!

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