Singha Seven Series To Return To The Gardens
Rugby will make its entry at the Franklin’s Gardens as there was an announcement made today by the Premiership Rugby stating that Northampton would be hosting one of the legs of Singha Seven Series this year.
The Northampton Saints will be taking Saracens and Harlequins on 29th July as the curtain raiser of the season’s tournament makes its entry in the seventh season. In fact, Franklin’s Gardens would be hosting a leg of the series for the fourth time and both Premiership Rugby and Saints are looking forward to form the crowd over 11,000 which was the count of the crowd in 2014.
Tickets would be available now on sale at the official website of Northampton Saints and individuals who wish to renew their existing season tickets before the end of May would be receiving great discounts on their tickets.
The runners and winners of each leg will be heading to the Ricoh Arena to play their final match on the 6th of August.
It is going to be the biggest in the Rugby Sevens history as the sport would have more people like never before to form its debut at the Olympic games in August. The coaches of Saints have given young players a chance in the previous years to show their skills in the Singha Premiership Rugby Sevens series. Some of the people featured in this competition since 2010 include Harry Mallinder, Teimana Harrison, Tom Collins, Ben Nutley to name a few. Well, the squad had age group internationals like Rory Hutchinson and Sam Olver included last year. The future of the club will be decided in July when the real action takes place. The Northampton Saints are all set to perform in Franklin’s Gardens and let’s hope that they do well like always.