Warringah edge out Randwick to claim Kiama 7s, as Shoalhaven flies flag for country sides

It's not too late to book tickets to the biggest and best Sevens tournament. The 2024 Hong Kong 7s in early April will be the last played at the iconic Hong Kong Stadium, book your seats today! Warringah defeated Randwick 19-14 in the final of the Men's Division at the Kiama 7s on Saturday to claim the club's second Sevens tournament title in three weeks. Warringah claimed the Mick 'Whale' Curry Cup up in Newcastle earlier this month and repeated their efforts on the south coast on Saturday. The Rats dominated the pool stage, defeating Southern Lions, Manly and Western Sydney by big margins, before defeating West Harbour 29-10 to book a spot in the final. Randwick played their way to the final match of the afternoon following a 27 point victory over an impressive Shoalhaven side, who outperformed several Shute Shield clubs to book a spot in the knockout rounds. Shoalhaven then defeated West Harbour 19-15 in the Plate final to claim third spot. In the Women's division
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