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TOLA 7s Series: Austin Huns and Dallas RFC Lead the Charge

The 42nd annual Lone Star 7s concluded with a flourish, marking another significant chapter in the storied history of the Texas Oklahoma Louisiana Arkansas (TOLA) Rugby 7s Series. With the dust settling and the standings established, the TRU is abuzz with the performances of the participating teams.

In the Men’s TOLA category, the Austin Huns-White stood out with an exceptional performance, securing the top position with a total of 7 points. The team demonstrated impressive teamwork and strategy, propelling them to the lead. Trailing closely behind, the Dallas RFC-White and Quins demonstrated their prowess on the field with 5 and 4 points, respectively. HEB picked up 3 points while the Woodlands, Austin Huns-Blue, Dallas-Red, Green Machine, Fort Worth and Gorilla rounded out the standings with 1 point awarded each.

Turning our attention to the Women’s TOLA category, it was  Dallas RFC that stole the show, securing 7 points and grabbing the top spot. The Quins put up a commendable fight, securing the second position with 5 points. Grand Prairie and Valkyries, both with 4 points, and Maulgaritaville with 3 points, further demonstrated the depth and competitiveness of the women’s rugby scene.

Dallas RFC Lonestar 7s 2023

Fans and participants are now eagerly awaiting the next thrilling event in the TOLA 7s Series – the Bloodfest 7s. This tournament promises to be an electrifying stop on both the TOLA 7s Series and the RRRC 7s circuit. As teams prepare for the fierce competition, we extend our best wishes to all participants and hope for thrilling matches and a prevailing spirit of sportsmanship.

Stay tuned for more updates and results from the both 7s Series.  The Lone Star 7s has set the pace, and if it’s anything to go by, Bloodfest 7s promises to be another exciting chapter in this series.

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