POSTPONED: Annual Logan 7s Inter-Schools Rugby Tournament @ Canterbury College


After discussions with Queensland Rugby Union (QRU), it was decided last week that the Annual Logan 7s Inter-Schools Rugby Tournament, due to be held at Canterbury College THIS Friday 13 August 2021, would be postponed.

Due to the nature of the current COVID lockdowns and now ongoing community restrictions, it would be too high a risk to move forward with the event as planned.

This decision was reinforced over the weekend with Queensland’s Chief Health Officer Dr Jeannette Young advising NO community-wide sport could be hosted for the next two weeks at least.

This includes any sport that brings different groups of children together from different schools, or from different parts of Logan or Brisbane.

Canterbury Sport will be working with the QRU to determine if there is a possibility of having the tournament at a later date when restrictions ease, or whether it will be postponed until 2022 instead.

Kind Regards
Mr Joshua Afu
Sports Events & Development Officer
Canterbury College

WHAT: Annual Logan Sevens Inter-Schools Rugby Tournament

WHEN: 8:30am – 3:00pm, Friday 13 August 2021 – NOW POSTPONED

WHERE: Canterbury College: Playing Fields 2–6
182 Old Logan Village Road, Waterford (Logan City)

WHO: Up to 20 schools supplying well over 40 separate U13, U15 & U18 boys & girls Rugby 7s teams including:

Canterbury College (of course!), Ipswich State High School, Kedron State High School, Keebra Park State High School, Kelvin Grove Secondary College, Mabel Park State High School, Marsden State High School, Mount Maria College, Pimpama State Secondary College, Rochedale State High School, St James College and the Varsity College Vikings.

The Schools To Beat?

In the girls competition, Keebra Park SHS, Mabel Park SHS and Marsden SHS will be very tough.

In the boys competition, Kelvin Grove SC has been heavily involved in 7s in the past.

Pimpama SSC and Rochedale SHS are new additions to the competition, but both will be tough being strong, traditional Rugby League schools.

NB: The Annual Logan 7’s Tournament is usually hosted by the Logan City Rugby Union Club, but has been moved to our bigger venue in 2021 to cater for the high number of school teams involved.

FUN FACT: New Tokyo Olympian Alysia Lefau-Fakaosilea competed in the Logan 7’s for Canterbury in both Year 11 and Year 12!

*Final Playing Draw To Come*

Please support our Canterbury Taipans Rugby 7s teams on the day and GO TAIPANS!!