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What happened in 2017…
The 10th Anniversary Majorca Beach Rugby Tournament proved to be just as entertaining and as successful as in all the previous years, with some cracking games played on the 9 pitches and over 3 thousand plus people attending the event over the weekend. This year saw the most females teams taking place with 23 teams joining in with the tournament. There were also some fantastic times had off the pitch starting with the opening School Disco themed party at Mambo’s and continuing throughout the weekend at Robinson Crusoe’s, Palm Beach, The Boat Yard, Foxys and the local bars and nightclubs.
Most people will have gone home with great memories, photos recording their fun and all will have left having taken part in a fantastic and entertaining sports event.
A massive THANK YOU to our sponsors, referees, Calvia council and everyone who took part and made the tournament such a great success with congratulations going to the 2017 winning teams:
Men’s Cup – Pencoed Youth
Men’s Plate – Belgrave
Men’s Shield – Burgess
Men’s Wooden Spoon – Cuttlefish crusaders
Ladies Cup – Chiefs & Indians
Ladies Plate – Hitchin
Ladies Shield – Down with this sort of thing
Ladies Wooden Spoon – Antlers
Roger Mews Memorial – Bremen
The referees team of the tournament – Dartford
Best Try – Georgina Cox
Best turned out team – Romford Ladies
The 2018 TOURNAMENT will be held on Sat 5th May & Sun 6th May
Don’t miss out on the greatest party of the year!
Enquiries for the 2018 tournament were again received shortly after the tournament finished. The 2018 tournament will continue to improve, therefore don’t miss out on the greatest party of the year and we’ll see you all in 2018!!!
The venue will again be held on the superb Magalluf Beach near Punta Ballena with tournaments for both Mens and Ladies teams.
We welcome teams who wish to play rugby and do a bit of partying as well as teams who want to party and play some rugby.
Whichever one fits your needs you’ll be close to the action and the vibrant nightlife of Magalluf after the final whistle.