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Rugby players and supporters love their t-shirts and so does RugbySevensGold.

Whether you are looking to show your support or make someone grin we’ve got the t-shirts.

Trading t-shirts has long been favored at the after match social. So find a t-shirt you like and buy a few of them that you can trade for other t-shirts.


Here are two I designed:

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Focus on FIJI Rugby Sevens Jerseys

Today we place our focus on Fiji Rugby Sevens Jerseys.

I have to admit I’ve loved to watch Fiji play rugby for over 30 years. Their flare for exciting rugby never ceases to amaze me.

Except for the props in the 15s game, it is almost impossible to know which position a Fiji player is assigned to until you see the number on his jersey. It seems all of their players are built the same and all blessed with incredible pace. Fijian locks run as well as Fijian fullbacks.

But let’s get back to the jerseys. We have available both a home and alternate jersey for the Flyin’ Fijians.

The Fiji home rugby sevens jersey has tradition Fijian designs on the shoulders, sleeves and along the side. Of course the jersey features the lone palm tree within the rugby ball and the words “FIJI RUGBY”. You can’t go wrong with this jersey.

Fiji Home Rugby Sevens Jersey

While the Fiji Alternate rugby sevens jersey adds a little more color. The tradition pattern running down the side and the FIJI RUGBY emblem remain, but the cool, clear, blue waters of the Pacific are added to the jersey.

Fiji Alternate Rugby Sevens Jersey

Fiji placed third in the final standing of last year’s HSBC World Series of sevens rugby. You can look for them to be out to improve on that effort. Fiji will look to start the season off right by defending their Gold Coast tournament title in Australia come October 12th.

Joji Ragamate is certainly one of the most exciting players in the game and you can look for him to bring along a few more outstanding ruggers.

The players from Fiji know that a third place finish in the IRB Sevens Series of 2014/15 will secure a spot in the final 12 to play Olympic Rugby. Those same players would like to finish first this season and next.


ACT Brumbies win World Club 7s over Auckland

Australia’s ACT Brumbies narrowly defeated the side from Auckland, New Zealand by the score of 17-14 to win the Inaugural World Club 7s Rugby Tournament.

The Brumbies earned their place in the finals by beating Buenos Aeries in one of the semi-final matches 26-7. Auckland dispatched the Harlequins 31-14.

In the final match the Brumbies were first to score, thanks to a try by Tom Cox from near mid-field. Henry Speight gave the Australians a 12-0 lead by scoring another try before the end of the first half.

Auckland had no intention of surrendering the match as Kalu Hala scored two converted tries for the New Zealanders bringing the score to 14-12 Auckland with only a few minutes remaining.

With time running out Henry Speight scored his second try of the match and the ACT Brumbies were crowned the first World Club 7s Champions.

The World Club 7s tournament was a success for the host, Premiership, with everyone’s attention now turning to the HSBC Sevens World Series that begins in Australia October 12th.


Carlin Isles Scores a Brilliant 60+ Meter try but San Fran Falls to Gloucester

Carlin Isles showed his speed again with a brilliant 62 meter try against Gloucester in the Quarter Finals, but San Francisco fails to advance.

Carlin Isles, the world’s fastest rugby player, scored his fifth try of the tournament making a number of sidesteps while in traffic, then rocketed through and on for a 60+ meter try.