Southern Lions and Kalamunda Uprising take home the top prize at the Alcohol Think Again Spring 7s

by Rugby WA Media

Prior to the Western Force’s historic win in the NRC competition, WA clubs also came home with the chocolates as the 2019 Alcohol Spring 7s Series wrapped up with Southern Lions and Kalamunda Uprising taking home the top prizes.

With the tables very tight coming into the final round the NRC Grand-Final curtain raiser also saw some new clubs enter as ARKs and Palmyra joined the party for the last round.

Points from the two previous twilight series as well as the UWA series were accumulated into a whole competition prize giving clubs who attended all three series the best advantage.

The Coastal Cavaliers were the first club to come out on top taking home the social division prize securing the top spot with a convincing win over Associates Rugby Club who came into the competition sitting in second place.

The colt’s final matches followed as Kalamunda showed they were a dominant force in the division taking home the top prize, the club’s hosting of the first division certainly paid off being able to secure a number of table points early in the competition. 

The last matches of the round consisted of the two major divisions with the Women’s and the Open Men’s.

The Kalamunda Uprising were dominant throughout the Women’s division not dropping a game throughout the whole competition, being clear leaders coming into the final round they sure didn’t disappoint securing the top prize.

In the Open Men’s Division, it was consistency that was key to getting the top team through, newcomers Palmyra tried to shake the competition up introducing a very strong side into the tournament.

However, it wasn’t enough as top three clubs Cottesloe, UWA and Southern Lions had all entered at the start of the series allowing them to accumulate enough points to keep Pally out of the race.

In the end the it came down to a showdown with Cottesloe and Southern Lions to see who would come away as Spring 7s champions.

Using their fast-running and quick offloading Southern Lions were able to out master Cottesloe winning by only three points, however as the table stood Lions were able to secure enough points to win the title even though games followed against UWA and Palmyra.

This year many changes were made to the structure of Spring 7s in 2019 and RugbyWA want to know what the players and supporters want to see in the future.

Please click the link here to participate in the Alcohol Think Again review survey and earn healthy club points for your club.

 

Results

Open Men's

Team

MP

W

D

L

PF

PA

Pts

Southern Lions

11

7

1

3

239

182

30

The UWA Professors

11

5

0

6

225

216

20

Cottesloe

11

4

1

6

188

210

18

Palmyra

5

4

0

1

95

67

16

Kalamunda

11

4

0

7

165

233

16

Arks

5

2

0

3

108

112

8

 

 

 

 

 

 

Women's

Team

MP

W

D

L

PF

PA

Pts

Kalamunda Uprising

8

8

0

0

270

32

32

The Wanneroo

8

3

0

5

123

192

12

The Cottesloe Flockers

8

1

0

7

64

233

4

 

 

 

 

Colts

Team

MP

W

D

L

PF

PA

Pts

Kalamunda

9

8

0

1

262

106

32

Wests Scarborough

9

6

0

3

217

97

24

Southern Lions

7

4

0

3

163

83

16

Kwinana Wolves

4

1

0

3

62

112

4

Curtin Uni

9

0

0

9

56

362

0


Social

Team

MP

W

D

L

PF

PA

Pts

Coastal Cavaliers

11

9

1

1

349

98

38

Associates

11

6

0

5

206

237

24

Cottesloe

4

3

1

0

113

49

14

Kwinana Wolves

3

2

0

1

56

31

8

Perth Bayswater

4

1

0

3

64

67

4

Arks

4

0

0

4

78

130

0

Curtin Uni Goats

7

0

0

7

31

285

0


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