Mar del Plata Sevens

Mar del Plata Sevens

The Mar del Plata Sevens (Seven de Mar del Plata in Spanish) is a traditional rugby sevens competition, played annually in Mar del Plata, Argentina, since 1995, when it was won by New Zealand.

There was no competition in 1996 and 97. It was resumed again in 1998. In 2000, the tournament hosted the first edition of the World Series.

Contents

  • Men's tournament 1
  • Women's tournament 2
  • Notes 3
  • References 4

Men's tournament

Winners since 2013 (and for the 2000 tournament):

International competition
Year  Venue  Gold Cup Final Silver Cup Bronze Cup Refs
Winner Score Runner-up Winner Winner
2015
Argentina
26–21
Litoral 7s [1]

Mar del Plata

Uruguay
[2]
2014
Pampas 7s
35–12
Buenos Aires

Mar del Plata
n/a [3]
2013
Chile
14–12
Buenos Aires

Mar del Plata
n/a [4]
Year  Venue  Cup Final Plate Bowl Refs
Winner Score Runner-up Winner Winner
2000
Fiji
26–14
New Zealand

Argentina

Spain
[5]
Club Competition
Year  Venue  Gold Cup Final Silver Cup Final Refs
Winner Score Runner-up Winner Runner-up
2015 Club competition not contested in 2015. [2]
2014 Regatas 22–0 San Isidro ? ? [3][6]
2013 Duendes Rosario 38–7 Atlético Rosario Pucará Jockey [4]
Pan American qualifiers
Year  Venue  Winner Final Score Runner-up Third place Fourth place Refs
2015
Chile
7–0
Brazil

Colombia

Paraguay
[2][2]

Women's tournament

International competition winners since 2014:

Year  Venue 
Gold Cup Final
Silver Cup Final
Refs
Winner
Score
Runner-up Winner Runner-up
2016 Tournament scheduled for January 2016.
Year  Venue  Winner Score Runner-up Third place Fourth place Refs
2015
Argentina
  n/a [3]
Colombia

Venezuela

Chile
[2]
Year  Venue 
Gold Cup Final
Silver Cup Final
Refs
Winner
Score
Runner-up Winner Runner-up
2014
Argentina
38–0
Uruguay

Paraguay

Chile
[3]
2013 The Women's Cup was not contested in 2013. [4]

Notes

  1. ^ Litoral 7 is a combination of players from the Rosario, Entrerriana, and Santafesina rugby unions.[1]
  2. ^ The 2015 qualifying competition for the Pan Am Games rugby sevens was won by Chile with Brazil as runner-up. Both teams qualified.[2]
  3. ^ The 2015 women's competition was played as a Pan American qualifier over two round robin stages, with the two top placed teams qualifying for the Pan Am Games rugby sevens. Argentina and Colombia qualified.[2]

References

  1. ^ Fixtures (in Spanish). Handoff.
  2. ^ a b c d e f "Brazil and Chile qualify for Pan" (in Portuguese). Portal do Rugby. 10 January 2015. 
  3. ^ a b c "Argentina wins everything in Mar del Plata Sevens" (in Portuguese). Portal do Rugby. 13 January 2014. 
  4. ^ a b c "Chile and Duendes celebrated in Mar del Plata" (in Spanish). ESPN deportes. 30 January 2013. 
  5. ^ 2000 Mar Del Plata 7s Rugby 7s.
  6. ^ Mar del Plata Sevens: Pampas 7 is the champion (in Spanish) ESPN deportes. 2014