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SEVENS

 

This was a seven a side pre-season tournament, with seven minute halves. It was established in 1988 with all premiership teams competing as well as selected invitational teams, expanding to a worldwide format in 1992, with a number of international teams involved. 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. It made a brief return for two seasons in 2003 and 2004 before being shelved again. 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

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Quarter Final

Newcastle

18-4

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Semi Final

 

South Sydney

 

20-46

 

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5th March 1989 at Parramatta Stadium: NISSAN SEVENS

 

Round 1

 

Balmain

6-20

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11th March 1990 at Parramatta Stadium: NISSAN SEVENS

 

Round 1

 

Cronulla

10-24

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10th February 1991 at Parramatta Stadium: NISSAN SEVENS

 

Round 1

 

Balmain

4-22

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

 

Pool B

Wainuiomata 

18-12

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Pool B

Parramatta

12-4

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Cup Quarter Final

 

Wigan

8-22

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

 

Pool G

North Sydney

14-10

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Pool G

Western Samoa

16-18

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Trophy Quarter Final

 

Gold Coast

10-12

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

 

Pool A

St. George

12-20

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Pool A

Balmain

18-14

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Trophy Quarter Final

Brisbane

32-28

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Trophy Semi Final

 

Papua New Guinea

14-20

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

 

Pool 2

Great Britain 

16-28

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Pool 2

North Sydney

22-26

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Plate Quarter Final

Brisbane

28-16

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Plate Semi Final

 

Sydney Bulldogs

20-28

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

 

Pool C

Parramatta

16-28

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Pool C

Lebanon

28-18

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Cup Quarter Final

 

Wigan

8-22

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

 

Pool B

Wests Tigers 

31-13

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Pool B

South Sydney

11-18

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Pool B

Canberra

20-18

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Repechage

Parramatta

10-24

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