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Saints to face Saracens and Chiefs in Singha Premiership Rugby Sevens Series

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The Saints have been pooled with the reigning European and Aviva Premiership champions in the upcoming Singha Premiership Rugby Sevens Series, which returns to Franklin’s Gardens on Friday, July 28th and Saturday, July 29th.

The Saints open their campaign against Exeter at 7:06pm on the Friday night, before closing the first night’s action against Saracens just after 10pm.

All 12 Premiership clubs will be heading to Northampton for the event, which is the first time that the Singha Premiership Rugby Sevens Series will be played in an Olympics-style format.

Wasps and Newcastle Falcons – both previous Singha Premiership Rugby Sevens Series champions – will kick off the 2017 competition at 6pm.

There are four pools of three teams, meaning that every team will have two games on the Friday evening. The top two teams from each pool will progress to the Cup quarter finals, with the bottom-placed teams being entered into the Bowl semi-finals. All of the knockout games will be played on the Saturday afternoon, with all-bar-two of the teams guaranteed a minimum of two more matches.

In all there are 12 matches on the Friday evening, with 13 more on the Saturday, guaranteeing supporters plenty of thrilling action, skills and speed to kick off the new season!

Individual day tickets are £5 for juniors or £12 for adults, with families of four able to come for just £30.

Tickets for both days are £8 for juniors, £20 for adults, or £50 for families of four.

To book head to www.northamptonsaints.co.uk/buytickets and follow the straightforward instructions!

There will be plenty of fun for all the family off the pitch as well, with full details to be announced very soon!

SINGHA PREMIERSHIP RUGBY SEVENS SERIES

POOL A Wasps, Newcastle Falcons, Leicester Tigers

POOL B Harlequins, Gloucester, London Irish

POOL C Sale Sharks, Worcester Warriors, Bath

POOL D Northampton Saints, Exeter Chiefs, Saracens