Rugby Union

Despite failing to achieve its target in the 2019 Rugby World Cup qualifiers against Tahiti, the Cook Islands Rugby Union (CIRU) says it had a successful season this year.

Cooks U18 gain Sevens exposure

Monday December 18, 2017

The Cook Islands U18 men’s team ended their World Schools Sevens Tournament in Auckland without a win over the weekend.

Sevens team set for action

Wednesday December 13, 2017

The U18 Cook Islands Schools team are in preparation mode this week camping at the Manukau Congregation Church Hall in preparation for the one-day U18 World Schools Sevens Tournament to be played in Auckland on Friday (CI time).

NZ Sevens end tournament drought

Monday December 11, 2017

The All Black Sevens have ended a two-year world series tournament victory drought in style with a comprehensive 38-14 win over Argentina in Cape Town.

U15 sevens team excels

Wednesday December 06, 2017

The U15 Cook Islands sevens team made a spectacular showing at the renowned Condor Sevens in New Zealand last week, qualifying for a semi-final and finishing in the top third of the competition.

Eels compete in Papeete Sevens

Monday December 04, 2017

Avatiu Eels are bracing for a tough tussle in the inaugural Papeete International Sevens which kicked off in Tahiti yesterday.

The road to Hong Kong for the men’s sevens team begins today.

New Zealand was one of three teams to go unbeaten on the first day of the opening World Women’s Sevens Series event in Dubai. Series champions New Zealand achieved a perfect three-from-three record to set up a Cup quarter-final meeting with USA.

Later this month, the under-15 Cook Islands sevens team will travel to New Zealand to again take part in one of the top age grade competitions in New Zealand, the U-15 Condor Sevens tournament.

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