The trophy came back up the A14 last year as the men from Franklin’s Gardens swept all before them. But it will be a stiff challenge on Sunday, May 3rd, with confirmed teams heading into the Eastern Counties from Saracens, Leicester, Sale and Worcester, along with a number of specialist Sevens sides.
The day also features an eight-team women’s tournament, with national teams from China and Wales having signed on to take part.
The Bury St Edmunds Sevens is one of the most popular and longest-standing tournaments on the Sevens calendar, with thousands of supporters turning out to enjoy a day of action.
Entry is £10 for adults, £5 for under-15s and free for under-5s. For more information head to www.bserufc.co.uk