Saracens - Rugby Legends return to Allianz Park for all-star 7's and the City game

Jun 28, 2017

Rugby Legends return to Allianz Park for all-star 7's and the City game


This Friday (30th June) will see 2017’s Sevens and the City tournament kick off, with an all-star game at Allianz Park set to open the weekend’s festivities, kicking off at 20H15.

The Worldwide Currencies Cup will see a side captained by Saracens legend Neil de Kock facing a #LiftTheWeight XV in a match raising money for Restart Rugby, the official charity of the Rugby Players’ Association (RPA).

The match will also look to increase awareness of the #LiftTheWeight mental health campaign, which encourages players to speak out about issues they may be suffering from, such as anxiety or depression, and ensuring they’ve got the opportunity to seek guidance and support throughout dealing with them.

The two teams are studded with rugby greats and Saracens legends, with players from England, Wales, Australia and South Africa all set to take part, including Iain Balshaw, Noah Cato, Mark Cueto and 7’s and the City organisers David Strettle and Matt Stevens.

For tickets to Friday’s game and to the entire weekend of entertainment, head to https://sevensandthecity.com/, where there’s also information about what else is going on at Allianz Park.

Full list of confirmed players for Worldwide Currencies Cup: Gerald Arasa, Iain Balshaw, Jonny Barrett, Mike Baxter, Ben Boynton, Dan Browne, Craig Burrow, Noah Cato, Tom Cheeseman, Tom Court, Mark Cueto, Gareth Davies, Mel Deane, Thinus Delport, Muna Ebongalame, Philip Friel, Danny Grewcock, Simon Halliday, Dan Harris, Justin Harrison, Rob Hawkins, Gareth King, Neil de Kock, Olly Kohn, Nick Lloyd, Tom May, Lee Mears, Ugo Monye, Nils Mordt, Fabio Ongaro, Michael Owen, Ryan Peacey, Shaun Perry, Ollie Phillips, Petrus du Plessis, Alix Popham, Tony Rea, Paul Reed, Lee Robinson, Gordon Ross, John Rudd, Dan Scarbrough, Dean Schofield, Ben Skirving, John Smit, Matt Stevens, David Strettle, Stephen Taylor, Jordan Turner-Hall, Hugh Vyvyan, Paddy Wallace, Richard Webb, Tom Williams

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