Belmont rugby girls vie for B.C. sevens title

Final matches in provincial high school tournament happen during Canada Women's Sevens event at Westhills Stadium

For a second straight year, Belmont’s senior girls rugby sevens team will contest the provincial high school championships.

The tournament runs in conjunction with the Canada Women’s Sevens event happening in Langford this weekend.

Belmont opens pool play with a 10 a.m. match today (April 15) at Royal Athletic Park against Nechako Valley, then plays Oak Bay at 11:40 a.m. at Vic High. Belmont rounds out preliminary play with a 1 p.m. match against Lake City at RAP.

The playoffs start later today at RAP and Vic High, while tomorrow’s action sees the Bowl (1:12 p.m.), Plate (1:32 p.m.), bronze medal (4:04 p.m.) and Cup championship games (4:24 p.m.) happen Saturday at Westhills Stadium.

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