Banks Sevens rugby tourney postponed

The annual Banks DIH Sevens Rugby competition which was scheduled for yesterday in the National Park was postponed due to the heavy rainfall.

The season opener would have been played between the three powerhouse teams of the Yamaha Caribs, Pepsi Hornets and the Guyana Dedence Force (GDF).

Theodore Henry

The teams will now have to wait until this weekend to prove themselves according to national coach, Theodore Henry.

The females will also be in action when the tournament kicks off this weekend as the Yamaha Caribs and the Pepsi Hornets will match-up against each other.

The tournament will take a round robin format before heading into its knockout stages at the said venue.

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