Best teams in 7's Rugby?

Discussion in 'IRB Sevens, World Cup & Premiership 7s' started by liddy, Feb 23, 2008.

  1. liddy

    liddy Guest

    Who do you rate as the best teams in 7's Rugby?
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  3. Caledfwlch

    Caledfwlch Guest

    Oriental Rongatoi. I saw them last November and the way they played was simlpy awesome. Their number 6 who has an afro, Intl 7s need tha kind of step (a la Benji Marshall)!
  4. jawmalawm24

    jawmalawm24 Guest

    I rate Fiji as the best for some reason I just always look at Nz being kaka don't know why.
  5. Vambo

    Vambo Guest

    Wigan & Bradford :D ;)
  6. Prestwick

    Prestwick Guest

    Currently, in terms of ranking in the league:

    1. Crusaders
    2. Blues
    3. Sharks
    4. Waratahs

    Wait...have I got the right post? I think I'm meant to post this in the Rugby League section..but I'm not sure? :huh:
  7. Vambo

    Vambo Guest

    Apologies peeps.
    Just went to this thread direct... didn't realise it was IRB 7's specific.

    Sorry guys.

    Just ignore me.
  8. New Zealand and Fiji both teams have massive attacking ability but i would New Zealand ahead mainly for there better all round game.
  9. Steve-o

    Steve-o Guest

    If I'm not correct, aren't the current standings

    1st - NZ
    2nd - Fiji
    3rd - SA
  10. Arent Samoa better than South Africa? England are normally good but theyve been cack this season for some reason..
  11. Steve-o

    Steve-o Guest

    I've been following the Sevens series recently, that so that was based on their point standings mostly. And I believe Kenya are above Somoa currently.

    I've only been following the competition roughly though.

    But expect SA to get better as they're finally signing players on proper Sevens contracts, so they'll have some continuity now.
  12. terra06

    terra06 Guest

    i think the aust team in the commonwealth games 06 was awsome
    guys like giteau, lote, latham, fava
  13. melon

    melon Guest

    Yeah...except we sucked...
  14. candybum

    candybum Guest

    What about NZ, the champions of the 1998 commonwealth games?

    Eric Rush, Christian Cullen, Jonah Lomu, Bruce Reihana, Rico Gear etc
  15. Orcaral

    Orcaral Guest

    New Zealand hands down. Just look at their record under Titch. Think it's something like 8 of the last 9 world series? Not to mentoin the Commonwealth Gold medal in 2006.
  16. Brett22Smith

    Brett22Smith Guest

    I agree-fiji are the all time best 7's players. They are built for it and keep on getting fresh new talent guided by the oldies. Fiji will probably always be on top.
  17. candybum

    candybum Guest

    They're a team definitely with the most flair!
  18. Orcaral

    Orcaral Guest

    I agree-fiji are the all time best 7's players. They are built for it and keep on getting fresh new talent guided by the oldies. Fiji will probably always be on top.

    Thing is though, Fiji has never been on top for all that long. A world cup here and a series title there. They have had some special players and their flair and attacking ability is second to none. But you can't beat New Zealand's record of sucess in 7's over the last decade or so.
  19. KeepItTapu

    KeepItTapu Guest

    Mate has to be NZ 7's. Gordan Titch really can mould a young team into world beaters. Same recipe everytime Fitness till it kills them and a couple of old heads to inspire and bring the team together. If he got a dollar for every S14 player he produced in his system he would be rolling in it. Got that young guy Vito who he has turned into a monster on the field. Always enjoy watching NZ vs Figi or Samoa and occasionally England. So there I reckon NZ team coached by titch.
  20. stoothcw

    stoothcw Guest

    So any teams are good. Fiji are fearless, England are quick and fit + New Seland, well they are New Zeeland. I would say it is always going to be New Zeeland!!
  21. xusky

    xusky Guest

    Awsome team man some of the most explosive players to have played the game.
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