Six local rugby products heading to Vegas

Handful of Abbotsford rugby players competing at Sevens tournament in Las Vegas

On Monday, BC Rugby announced its men’s and women’s U23 teams heading to the Sevens tournaments in Las Vegas and Vancouver this March, and a number of local products are on the list.

Abbotsford’s Jordan Tait and Jared Douglas were named to the men’s 12-man roster, with Darwin Guevara added to the non-travelling reserve squad.

Mackenzie Fowler, Chelsea Fowler, Meghan Wellis, and Elyssa Phillipson were all named to the women’s team roster, with Morgan Walker picked for the non-travelling reserve team.

The Las Vegas event runs from March 4 to 6, with the Vancouver event occurring from March 12 to 13.

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