A ‘Rumble in the Jungle’

After a successful development 7s tournament last year, RHUL Women's Rugby are back again with a BIGGER and BETTER event; ‘Rumble in the Jungle' 7s.

Women's Rugby is taking over Windsor RFC on the 8th June to showcase 7s talent from a range of South-East University Women's teams. The day is all about developing the 7s game at University level to give teams the chance to play more 7s whilst the Sun is still shining.

As the name gives away, the tournament is themed so every team takes part as an animal (three guesses on which we will be?) It should make the event a light-hearted, fantastic tournament, similar to the great atmosphere of the London Sevens tournament.

With music provided by Insanity Radio, a BBQ, face-painting, raffles and much MORE, the tournament is set to be a showcase of amazing rugby as well as a fun day out! EVERYONE is welcome to come down.

All proceeds from team entries are being donated to Wooden Spoon, a charity for disadvantaged children.

The best way to end the term is with a ‘Rumble in the Jungle'.

Article by Sophie Harrison

Poster courtesy of RHUL Women's Rugby.


After a successful development 7s tournament last year, RHUL Women’s Rugby are back again with a BIGGER and BETTER event; ‘Rumble in the Jungle’ 7s.

Women’s Rugby is taking over Windsor RFC on the 8th June to showcase 7s talent from a range of South-East University Women’s teams. The day is all about developing the 7s game at University level to give teams the chance to play more 7s whilst the Sun is still shining.

As the name gives away, the tournament is themed so every team takes part as an animal (three guesses on which we will be?) It should make the event a light-hearted, fantastic tournament, similar to the great atmosphere of the London Sevens tournament.

With music provided by Insanity Radio, a BBQ, face-painting, raffles and much MORE, the tournament is set to be a showcase of amazing rugby as well as a fun day out! EVERYONE is welcome to come down.

All proceeds from team entries are being donated to Wooden Spoon, a charity for disadvantaged children.

The best way to end the term is with a ‘Rumble in the Jungle’.