Tribe 7s who are the top seed in the Jabiru Division for Women have named a strong yet developmental squad as they search for a third successive Coca-Cola Hottest 7s in the World crown.
The Team has been put together with rebuilding plans in place for the program and working with providing a pathway to high levels of rugby.
Tribe has always had a great tradition in finding young talent.
A player to watch is Lauren Brown who had an outstanding 2016 Rugby 7s culminating in the Queensland Reds National Championship Queensland's Reds winning team.
Another Player worth watching is Tiarna Molloy who has been with the Tribe program since she was 15 Years of age. Molloy was a part of the 2016 Australian Youth Team that toured New Zealand and the Captained the Tribe touring team to Noumea.
Coach Cassidy Holland "I'm excited by the group we have put together for the Coca-Cola Hottest 7s tournament. It is a real eye opener for the group to come to a high-level event like this with such a young group. But we have made sure we have picked Girls that will no quit when the going gets tough"
Wallaroos Liz Patu and Dutch International Jannicke Ijdens bring some experience to the team that includes six under 18 representative players from 2016.
The Tribe will play BMW (Bowen, Mackay, Whitsundays) Singapore and local outfit Palmerston in a competitive Pool.
The Squad is;
Supports Pack - 4 x Weekend Tickets $80.00 (save $20.00)
Weekend Pass - $25.00 per ticket
Saturday Only Pass - $10.00 per ticket
Sunday Only Pass - $20.00 per ticket
Under 18 years FREE
Tickets can be purchased at the gate or at Land Rover Rugby Park, 71 Abala Road Marrara
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