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BC Rugby – Oak Bay High School Win 2017 High School Girls’ Provincial 7s Championships
Vancouver, BC – April 24, 2017: This past weekend, the BC Rugby High School Girls’ Provincial 7s Championship took place at UBC in Vancouver. Oak Bay High School walked away as repeat champions with a narrow win of 15-10 over Belmont Secondary School.

Day 1 brought four teams to the spotlight, Shawnigan Lake, Cowichan, Belmont and Oak Bay, as all four teams remained undefeated in their respective pools. It became evident early in the day that the Island teams were the favourites to advance to the Cup Round.

On Day 2, McRoberts, Handsworth, Abbotsford and Elgin Park advanced to the Plate competition. Handsworth demonstrated great growth as they finished four places higher than last year. McRoberts put up a tough battle but could not defeat Elgin Park who faced Abbotsford in the Plate Final. Abbotsford were most improved and finished the two-day event as the 2017 Plate Champions.

Lake City, home of Olympic Bronze Medalist Kayla Moleschi, walked away with the Bowl Championship after a hard-fought back and forth match against Yale.

The Championship not only demonstrated the young rugby talent in the province but it also showcased the growth of Rugby in BC. Teams came from as far as Houston, Prince Rupert and Prince George to compete in this Championship. Prince Rupert faced Chatelach in the Shield Championship and came away with the win.

Oak Bay faced Shawnigan in the first Cup Semi-Final and with its strong defense and a long length pitch run by Amelia Gordon in the dying seconds, won the game 17-7. In the second Cup Semi-Final, Cowichan faced Belmont with Belmont having a strong performance from start to finish, ending the game 35-0 over Cowichan.

Shawnigan then faced Cowichan for the 3rd and 4th place finish and defeated Cowichan 24-5.

The Cup final showed tremendous defense and tenacity from Belmont. However, it came to the final few seconds of the game as Oak Bay’s Sophie DeGoede scored securing their win over Belmont, 15-10. Oak Bay walked away victorious as the winners of the BC Rugby High School Girls’ Provincial 7s Championship once again. 

Final Results
Cup Championship
Winner – Oak Bay High School
Runner-Up – Belmont Secondary School
3rd – Shawnigan Lake School
4th – Cowichan Secondary School

Plate Championship
Winner – Abbotsford Senior Secondary School
Runner-Up – Elgin Park Secondary School
3rd – McRoberts Secondary School
4th – Handsworth Secondary School

Bowl Championship
Winner – Lake City Secondary School
Runner-Up – Yale Secondary School
3rd – McRoberts Secondary School
4th – Handsworth Secondary School

Shield Championship
Winner – Prince Rupert Secondary School
Runner-Up – Chatelech Secondary School
3rd – Westsyde Secondary School
4th – Valleyview Secondary School

This year the participating teams were:  

  • Shawnigan Lake School 

  • McRoberts Secondary School 

  • Valleyview Secondary School 

  • Prince Rupert Secondary School 

  • Yale Secondary School 

  • Cowichan Secondary School 

  • Handsworth Secondary School 

  • Duchess Park Secondary School 

  • Abbotsford Senior Secondary School 

  • Belmont Secondary School 

  • Houston Secondary School 

  • Chatelech Secondary School 

  • Oak Bay High School 

  • Lake City Secondary School 

  • Westsyde Secondary School 

  • Elgin Park Secondary School 

BC Rugby would like to thank all the coaches, players and staff involved in the tournament as well as the BC High School Girls Rugby Association (BCHSGRA) for their ongoing contribution to the growth of female rugby in BC.

Game footage from Day 2 will be made available on BC Rugby’s YouTube page in the next few weeks. To learn more and see the final scores visit http://www.bcrugby.com/high-school-girls-7s-championship/.

Oak Bay High School (left) and Belmont Secondary (right) take 1st and 2nd respectively at 2017 BC Rugby High School Provincial 7s Championships.
(Image courtesy of BC Rugby

More information about BC Rugby

The British Columbia Rugby Union, commonly known as BC Rugby, is the governing body for Rugby in British Columbia and is a Provincial Union of Rugby Canada, the national governing body. Representing over 7,500 individuals registered through around 60 Member Clubs and Associations across the Province, BC Rugby leads and manages the sport with the aim to grow participation and develop excellence in all games of Rugby and in all facets of the sport.

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