The Wildcats compete with a men's and women's team at the tournament. For the Wildcats ladies team, Hartpury Sevens is the first outing at all and we are thrilled to welcome another new ladies team on the circuit.
The women's team of the Olrun Ponty Butchers from Wales are in their second season and similar to the men's team they entered plenty of tournaments with strong squads. Last year, the Butchers travelled with a huge squad of men's and women's players to Dubai. A recent trip to the famous Kinsale 7s in Ireland resulted in a title win for the women's side, which is hungry for more.
The first outing for another new team on the circuit. Following two seasons of the Cats men's, team manager Lewis Pratten has decided to add a ladies team. They'll join forces with Hartpury and Bristol players at this year's Hartpury Sevens. At the end of May, the Cats Women's team will also compete in Bournemouth.
Livonia's ladies team are captained by Liga Svetlova and are the current R7 Latvian Champions and Cup winners following an undefeated season. This year they aim to gain more experience on the international stage.