Karma Group have announced a three-year sponsorship of Rosslyn Park HSBC National Schools 7’s at the 2017 season launch and draw announcement at well-known rugby haunt in Twickenham, Stokes & Moncrieff, owned by John Spence, Chairman of Karma Group. England 7s coach Simon Amor, and top former England players Peter Richards, Ugo Monye and Nick Kennedy came along to the event and reminisced on their experience of playing in the Rosslyn Park 7’s and how important the tournament is in developing the top rugby players of tomorrow. From its humble beginning in 1939, the Rosslyn Park HSBC National Schools 7’s has evolved into the world’s largest school rugby tournament with some 9,000 boys and girls aged 13 – 18 competing annually. For draw results visit rpns7.co.uk
Karma Group have launched a fantastic competition for all Rosslyn Park HSBC National Schools Sevens Tournament schools to win the chance to be coached by a former England Player or Coach, in the run up to the 2017 tournament, plus a one week team training camp in a 5* Karma Resort in Bali!
John Spence, Chairman of Karma Group, the award the luxury award-winning travel brand, said
“We are delighted to once again sponsor the Rosslyn Park HSBC National Schools’ 7’s. For several years Karma has been a proud supporter of England rugby, and we have become good friends with many England players who have stayed at our resorts and hosted the England 7’s team training camp in Bali shortly before they went on the win The Hong Kong 7’s. The RPNS7’s is where the stars of tomorrow come from and we would love to play whatever small part we can in developing English talent starting with a once in a lifetime opportunity to be coached by an England player in the run-up to this great tournament. Good luck to all participating.”
Shaun Justice, Managing Director of Rosslyn Park RFC, said, “Rosslyn Park and everyone associated with the tournament is delighted that Karma Group are providing such an exciting opportunity to schools associated with this tournament. The prizes are fantastic and will help to ensure even more youngsters are excited and committed to the sport.”