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SEVENS

 

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A seven a side pre-season tournament, with seven minute halves, running between 1988 and 1997 and again from 2003 to 2004.

 

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Penrith did not compete in the 1996 and 1997 tournaments given its alignment with Superleague and being staged as a tournament under the ARL umbrella

 

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The format was regenerated as a nine a side tournament in 2014, known as the Auckland Nines.

 

 

 

6th February 1988 at Parramatta Stadium: NISSAN SEVENS

 

Round 1 Combined Brisbane 14-0
Quarter Final Newcastle 18-4
Semi Final South Sydney 20-46

 

5th March 1989 at Parramatta Stadium: NISSAN SEVENS

 

Round 1 Balmain 6-20

 

11th March 1990 at Parramatta Stadium: NISSAN SEVENS

 

Round 1 Cronulla 10-24

 

10th February 1991 at Parramatta Stadium: NISSAN SEVENS

 

Round 1 Balmain 4-22

 

7th to 9th February 1992 at Sydney Football Stadium: NISSAN WORLD SEVENS

 

Pool B Wainuiomata  18-12
Pool B Parramatta 12-4
Cup Quarter Final Wigan 8-22

 

5th to 7th February 1993 at Sydney Football Stadium: COCA COLA WORLD SEVENS

 

Pool G North Sydney 14-10
Pool G Western Samoa 16-18
Trophy Quarter Final Gold Coast 10-12

 

4th to 6th February 1994 at Sydney Football Stadium: COCA COLA WORLD SEVENS

 

Pool A St. George 12-20
Pool A Balmain 18-14
Trophy Quarter Final Brisbane 32-28
Trophy Semi Final Papua New Guinea 14-20

 

4th to 6th February 1995 at Sydney Football Stadium: COCA COLA WORLD SEVENS

 

Pool 2 Great Britain  16-28
Pool 2 North Sydney 22-26
Plate Quarter Final Brisbane 28-16
Plate Semi Final Sydney Bulldogs 20-28

 

1st and 2nd February 2003 at Aussie Stadium: COUGAR WORLD SEVENS

 

Pool C Parramatta 16-28
Pool C Lebanon 28-18
Cup Quarter Final Wigan 8-22

 

24th and 25th January 2004 at Aussie Stadium: COUGAR WORLD SEVENS

 

Pool B Wests Tigers 31-13
Pool B South Sydney 11-18
Pool B Canberra 20-18
Repechage Parramatta 10-24

 

 

 

Page last updated 20 February 2019