THE weekend's wet weather didn't prevent players from taking the field during the exciting second edition of the South Coast Sevens at Ulladulla.
Run by the ACT Brumbies, 28 teams competed across six different divisions at the Ulladulla Sports Complex - which marked in increased number on the 2020 tournament.
In the boys' divisions, the three champions were Wests Lions (under 14s), Daramalan (under 16s) and Southern Rough Riders (under 18s), while Canberra Grammar School (under 14s), Wests Lionesses (under 16s) and Daramalan (under 18s) took out their respective girls divisions.
"The South Coast Sevens is an important tournament for Brumbies Rugby and a key cog in junior rugby pre-season preparation while attracting new players and growing the game," Brumbies Rugby development manager Lachlan Creighton.
"The greatest tick of approval comes from the smiles and enjoyment levels of both player and coach, where nothing is bigger than the game.
"We'd like to also thank the Shoalhaven City Council for their ongoing support of the tournament as we now turn our attention to year three of the agreement in 2022."
Creighton also thanked the Milton-Ulladulla Bulldogs for the support during the tournament.