2015 MAC 7s Qualifiers & Championship Venues Announced

Rugby day at Dorey Park

Wilmington RFC will host two of the four events; one qualifier and the championship. Events will include club men and women.
June 20 - Richmond, VA (Monk Vaughan 7s at Dorey Park)  Read more for details on this tournament
June 27 - Wilmington, DE (Blue Ball 7s at Alapocas Run State Park)
July 11 -  NOVA (Battlefield/Ruggerrama 7s at Morven Park)
July 18 -  Wilmington, DE - Championships, Club Men and Women (Alapocas Run State Park)

The EPRU representatives to the MAC 7s Committee are:
Club Men:  Patrick Boyle  pboyle01atgmail [dot] com
Club Women:  Mary Merlo  marymerloattrilax [dot] com
Contact them with any questions you have about these events or hosting in 2016.

About the Monk Vaughan 7s

The Richmond Lions will be hosting the 35th Annual Monk Vaughan 7's tournament on June 20th, 2015 at Dorey Park. This will be the first qualifying round for the MAC 7's Championship, with each team being guaranteed 3 games on some of the best fields in Virginia. The tournament will also feature a concession stand, as well as a fully equipped physical trainer to handle any bumps and bruises.

Fields: Dorey Park (7200 Dorey Park Drive, Henrico VA 23231)

Time: First KO at 9am

Divisions: Men's Premiere Qualifier; Men's Open Qualifier; Men's Social; Women's Qualifier; Old Boys (35+); HS/U19

Entry Fee: $225 if received before June 13; $250 thereafter; $200 for a second side

HS/U19: $175 if received by June 13; $200 thereafter

Entry Deadline: All entries must be in by Wednesday, June 17th. No entries accepted day off tournament.

Contact: email monkvaughan7satgmail [dot] com to enter a side

Payment: http://mkt.com/richmond-lions-rugby-fc/registration 

Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1092902630736084/ 

This tournament honors the memory of our rugby mate Monk Vaughan, a superb scrumhalf for old Richmond RFC, a warrior, outstanding business man, and friend to the bikers, judges, and politicians of our fair city. Monk was respected by all for his playing ability and was loved by all for his spirit and thirst for living. He was cut down by a drunk driver in his playing prime. This tournament serves to remind us all how lucky we are and to act responsibly when drinking is involved.