— Hong Kong Rugby 7s (@hkrugby7s) March 26, 2019
Imagine you’re the Hong Kong Sevens Stadium DJ for the rugby. What tracks would you play?
Playlist from HK7s DJ Simon Southgate
Think about it….the pressure’s on, there are 40,000 spectators expecting you to up your game versus what went on last year, and there are you fumbling around trying to find some good tunes.
Well, the Hoff´s coming this year, so that should give you a breather..
And apart from that, at least you’d have the old HK7s favourites out there that are guaranteed to get at least 15,000 people in the South Stand up off their backsides.
We run through a few of the tracks you are bound to hear. Continue reading
Big congratulations and a big hand to the sevens Maestro, Waisale Serevi, who was voted the Greatest Sevens player of all time by Rugby World readers.
What a legend! He was announced recently as the sixth player inducted into the Hong Kong Rugby Football Union’s ‘The Hong Kong Magnificent Seven’. This just tops it off for him.
Watch the Clips
To cap a great evening, Waisale was named the best 7s player of all time by Rugby World Magazine. pic.twitter.com/2fwQ3t0QVF
— Serevi Rugby (@SereviRugby) March 25, 2015
We had to post and save this classic! Fiji rugby sevens player Semi Kunatani is smashed to the ground by Scotland’s Lee Jones in the dead ball area. Ultimately, it didn’t matter, as Fiji won the title.
It wasn’t as if Semi was “show boating” or anything, he was probably just trying to catch his breath, but Lee Jones shows a great “never give up” attitude here. Every point counts!
Fiji were playing Scotland in a Pool C clash at the Gold Coast Sevens in Australia when Kunatani sped through the Scottish defensive line and steamed in for what looked like a certain 5 points.
But Kunatani’s pulled up early and cruised over the try-line before stopping just before the dead ball area. Jones sprinted back to take out the rugby player with a thumping tackle.
The ball went spinning out of the Fijian’s hands. No try!
Fiji later cruised to a 40-7 victory over the Scots, so it was a short lived triumph.
Lesson learned, I guess. Kunatani will be grounding those balls quicker next time.