From Vanier to Vegas

Does what happens in Vegas stay in Vegas?

Does what happens in Vegas stay in Vegas?

Jordan de Graff and Gavin Mclean of G.P. Vanier will find out first-hand as they are members of the British Columbia Elite Youth Sevens rugby team that will be at a tournament in Las Vegas on Feb. 11-12.

The squad of 24 players born in 1994 and ’95 will compete in an invitational against the following Under-18 teams; USA High School All-Americans, Saskatchewan’s Dog River Howlers, USA’s Mid-Atlantic Selects, Utah Selects and Colorado Selects.

The province’s elite youngsters will then take in the USA Sevens as spectators. The two-day tournament is the only North American stop on the International Rugby Board Sevens World Series circuit.

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