The opening day of the tournament saw some exciting clashes at the National Stadium in Nikao.
Both local and the overseas teams put on a good show ahead of the finals today.
The tournament has 12 men’s and two women’s teams competing.
Tupapa Centre Matie Bar is the defending champions in the men’s division while Rarotonga Brewery Raro All Stars won the title in the women’s division last year.
Locally, Tupapa Panthers, Avatiu Eels and Arorangi Cowboys, who were the runners up last year, are the top bets.
The tournament was first held in 1989. All Blacks Sevens legend Eric Rush played in the inaugural tournament for Sheraton who won that year.
Rush is back this year as the star ambassador of Raro International Sevens.