Information

The 2019 John Jones Montreal Sevens will take place on Saturday 7 September.

There will be a Men's and Women's tournament.
Depending on entries, the tournament will be split into Club and Social competitions.
There will be no Elite competition in 2019 as the Belgian Barbarians, who come every two years, will not be attending this year.

Both tournaments will be held at the MIRFC grounds in St Julie, QC.

The tournaments benefit the John Jones Memorial Scholarship Fund, through the Rugby Canada Foundation, which provides bursaries for up and coming Quebec rugby players pursuing post secondary education

The entry fees for the 2019 tournament are $294 for each team.

The registration fee includes:

Tournament fee with water for players
Guaranteed 4 games minimum per team
(subject to entries)
Qualified medical support at the grounds
Car parking at venue
PayPal admin fee

Please ensure you are familiar with the Rules & Laws. The rules and laws may change prior to the start of the the tournament depending on the number of teams entered. All changes will be communicated to the team managers by email.

Email Michael Magee for any further information

Sponsors

The Scholarship Fund

The tournaments benefit the John Jones Memorial Scholarship Fund, through the Rugby Canada Foundation, which provides bursaries for up and coming Quebec rugby players pursuing post secondary education. Click on the link above for more information, to apply for a bursary or to donate to the fund.

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