IRB Sevens World Series: Vegas

Schedule and Results

DateTime (PT)Eagles MatchHashtagNetwork
January 24 4pm - 10pm #USA7s
January 24 6:12 pm Argentina 19-12 Eagles #ARGvUSA
January 24 9:30 pm France 14-12 Eagles #FRAvUSA
January 25 11am - 1pm #USA7s
January 25 1pm - 3pm #USA7s
January 25 2:34 pm Eagles 31-10 Spain #USAvESP
January 25 5:30 pm FREE on USASevens.com #USA7s
January 25 5:30 pm Bowl QF: Eagles 7-12 Wales #USAvWAL
January 26 9:30am - 11am #USA7s
January 26 9:42am Shield SF: Eagles 28-14 Uruguay #USAvURU
January 26 11am - 1pm #USA7s
January 26 12:45pm Shield Final: Spain 10-31 USA #ESPvUSA
January 26 2pm - 3pm #USA7s
January 26 5pm - 7pm #USA7s

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Shuttle Info

Shuttles will be available for LVI teams from Hard Rock Hotel to Sam Boyd Stadium and Heritage Park on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday!

Passes are available through the LVI Registration site or on site at the hotel. Passes are $50 per person for all four days and offer unlimited rides to and from the Stadium to any shuttle stop.


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Events Schedule


Date / EventTime (PT)LocationDetails
Wednesday, Jan. 22nd
Miracle Mile Pep Rally 11am - 12pm Miracle Mile Shops USA Sevens Cheerleaders at the Miracle Mile Shops. Tail Gate Party to follow at PBR
Autograph Signing 6pm Todd English Pub at City Centre Meet the Eagles and get your gear signed!
USA Rugby Academy Serevi Advanced Coaching Course 5-8pm Luxe Bar @ Hard Rock Hotel Click here for more information.
Thursday, Jan. 23rd
Falcons at LVI All Day LVI Fields Las Vegas Invitational presented by Hard Rock Hotel amateur competition at Star Nursery Fields and Silver Bowl Fields, both located adjacent to Sam Boyd Stadium and Heritage Park.
USA Rugby Academy Serevi Advanced Coaching Course 4-6pm Luxe Bar @ Hard Rock Hotel Click here for more information.
Opening Ceremonies & Parade of Nations at Fremont Street Experience 6:30-8pm Freemont District Opening Ceremonies
Fremont Street After Party 8-10pm See all of the international teams and kick of the tournament with the fellow fans! Fremont Street Party featuring 33 Group DJs. PBR Rock Bar @ Planet Hollywood Official parade of nations after party 9pm — $50 all you can drink
Medical Symposium 5:30-8:45pm Monte Carlo More Info
Friday, Jan. 24th
USA Sevens Fan Festival - USAR Booth 3pm - 9pm Sam Boyd Stadium Enter your name into a drawing for 1 Men’s National Team Signed Jersey, 1 Women’s National Team Signed Jersey and 2 VIP experience tickets for USA v. Uraguay in Atlanta. Join us for an autograph session with Serevi and Ben Gollings!
Medical Symposium 8am - 3:10pm Monte Carlo More Info
MNT 7s v Argentina 6:12pm Sam Boyd Stadium Get tickets!
MNT 7s v France 9:30pm Sam Boyd Stadium Get tickets!
Saturday, Jan. 25th
USA Sevens Fan Festival - USAR Booth 11am - 5:30pm Booth Entering names into a drawing for 1 Men’s National Team Signed Jersey, 1 Women’s National Team Signed Jersey. 2 VIP experience tickets for USA v. Uraguay in Atlanta. autograph session with Serevi and Ben Gollings on Saturday.
MNT 7s v Spain 2:30pm Sam Boyd Stadium Get tickets!
Sunday, Jan. 26th
USA Sevens Fan Festival - USAR Booth 9am - 3pm Drawing at 12:00 PM for 1 Men’s National Team Signed Jersey, 1 Women’s National Team Signed Jersey and 2 VIP experience tickets for USA v. Uraguay in Atlanta. The USA Falcons will be stopping by along with Coach Gumby of the Wheelchair Rugby team.

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DateTime (PT)Eagles MatchHashtagNetwork
January 24 4pm - 10pm #USA7s
January 24 6:12 pm Argentina 19-12 Eagles #ARGvUSA
January 24 9:30 pm France 14-12 Eagles #FRAvUSA
January 25 11am - 1pm #USA7s
January 25 1pm - 3pm #USA7s
January 25 2:34 pm Eagles 31-10 Spain #USAvESP
January 25 5:30 pm FREE on USASevens.com #USA7s
January 25 5:30 pm Bowl QF: Eagles 7-12 Wales #USAvWAL
January 26 9:30am - 11am #USA7s
January 26 9:42am Shield SF: Eagles 28-14 Uruguay #USAvURU
January 26 11am - 1pm #USA7s
January 26 12:45pm Shield Final: Spain 10-31 USA #ESPvUSA
January 26 2pm - 3pm #USA7s
January 26 5pm - 7pm #USA7s

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Danny Barrett


Birthday: 23 March 1990
Position: Prop
Height: 6’2”
Weight: 225
College: University of California
High School: Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory
Hometown: Pacifica, California
Twitter: @bookemshaaarkie
Career highlights: Barrett helped the AIG Men’s Collegiate All-Americans defeat a combined New Zealand Universities side during the MCAAs’ New Zealand Tour in June 2013 with a try. He was also a member of the San Francisco Golden Gate sevens team at the inaugural World Club 7s at Twickenham Stadium in 2013. Barrett also scored a try in the Eagles Select XVs’ win against Canada at the 2013 IRB Americas Rugby Championship in Langford, British Columbia.

Andrew Durutalo


Birthday: 25 October 1987
Position: Prop
Height: 6’2”
Weight: 237
College: Hakuoh University Rugby Football (Japan)
High School: Suva Grammar Secondary School (Fiji)
Hometown: Suva, Fiji
Twitter: @durutalo_8
Career highlights: Durutalo made his Men’s Eagles debut with three caps against Canada, Georgia and Italy. He plays for Seattle-Old Puget Sound Beach Rugby Football Club and is a Resident at the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, California.

Nick Edwards


Birthday: 24 February 1984
Position: Winger
Height: 6’1”
Weight: 210
College: Sydney University
High School: St Joseph’s College, Hunters Hill
Hometown: Sydney, Australia
Twitter: @Nickytheshow
Career highlights: Edwards made his Men’s Eagles Sevens debut in 2009. He led the Eagles during the 2012-13 IRB HSBC Sevens World Series with 20 tries and scored three tries in four matches at the 2013 IRB Rugby World Cup Sevens in Moscow, Russia.

Pono Haitsuka


Birthday: 18 July 1991
Position: Flyhalf
Height: 5’8”
Weight: 175
College: Oregon State University
High School: Kamehameha High School
Hometown: Kane’ohe, Hawaii
Twitter:
Career highlights: Haitsuka made his Men’s Eagles Sevens debut at the 2013 Emirates Dubai Rugby Sevens and scored his first try in the tournament’s Shield Semifinal.

Carlin Isles


Birthday: 21 November 1989
Position: Wing
Height: 5’8”
Weight: 165
College: Ashland University
High School: Jackson High School
Hometown: Massillon, Ohio
Twitter: @Carlin_Isles
Career highlights: Isles played football and participated in track and field at Jackson High School in Ohio, where he holds school records in the long jump, 100-meter, 200-meter and 400-meter events. He was an All-American in the 60-meter dash at Ashland University, running a personal best of 6.68 seconds. Isles was also an All-GLIAC selection on the Ashland University football team and still holds school records for most kickoff return yards in a game and longest kickoff return for a touchdown. Though his 100-meter time of 10.13 seconds would have been good enough for the Semifinals at the London 2012 Summer Olympic Games, Isles did not attend the Games. He began his rugby career shortly thereafter with the Gentlemen of Aspen Rugby Football Club and earned a Residency contract with the Men’s Eagles Sevens.

Ryan Matyas


Birthday: 24 December 1990
Position: Center
Height: 6’0”
Weight: 187
College: University of Arizona
High School:
Hometown: Tucson, Arizona
Twitter:
Career highlights: Matyas made his Men’s Eagles Sevens debut at the 2013 Gold Coast Sevens and scored his first try against Spain in the tournament’s Shield Semifinal.

Folau Niua


Birthday: 27 January 1985
Position: Flyhalf
Height: 6’0”
Weight: 197
College:
High School:
Hometown: East Palo Alto, California
Twitter:
Career highlights: Niua began his rugby career with the East Palo Alto Razorbacks and won a Division II National Championship with the club in 2009. He also won a Rugby Super League title with San Francisco Golden Gate. Niua made his international debut with the Men’s Eagles Sevens at the 2011 Pan American Games, where he started at flyhalf and led the team in scoring with 41 points on the way to a bronze medal. Niua is a full-time Residency player at the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, California, and has appeared on the IRB HSBC Sevens World Series circuit for the Eagles since the 2011-12 season.

Nu'u Punimata


Birthday: 31 August 1986
Position: Forward
Height: 6’0”
Weight: 210
College: University of Texas – El Paso
High School: Samoana High School
Hometown: Fort Lewis, Washington
Twitter:
Career highlights: Punimata won the 2010 USA Rugby Club 7s National Championship with Old Puget Sound Beach and a bronze medal at the 2011 Pan American Games with the Eagles. He is a member of the World Class Athlete Program as an active member of the United States Army.

Shalom Suniula


Birthday: 4 June 1988
Position: Scrumhalf
Height: 5’9”
Weight: 191
College:
High School: Kelston Boys High (New Zealand)
Hometown: Auckland, New Zealand
Twitter: @ShalomSuniula
Career highlights: Born in American Samoa, Suniula played rugby at a young age in New Zealand, eventually being named to the New Zealand Junior Kiwis rugby league team in 2004. He debuted for the Men’s Eagles Sevens at the NAWIRA Rugby World Cup Sevens Qualifier in 2008 and earned a spot on the team for the 2008-09 IRB HSBC Sevens World Series. Suniula was a part of the 2009 Rugby world Cup Sevens team and appeared in every leg of the 2009-10 IRB Sevens World Series. He was also a member of the bronze medal-winning Eagles at the 2011 Pan American Games. Suniula played club rugby with Belmont Shore, earning MVP honors in 2011 when his club won the USA Rugby Men’s Club Sevens Championship. Suniula’s brothers Andrew and Roland are members of the Men’s Eagles.

Zack Test


Birthday: 13 October 1989
Position: Hooker
Height: 6’3”
Weight: 195
College: University of Oregon
High School: Peninsula Green Rugby Football Club
Hometown: Redwood City, California
Twitter: @ZTesty5
Career highlights: Test began playing rugby at Woodside High School and continued at the University of Oregon, where he also played for the Division I football team. He was selected for the AIG Men’s Junior All-Americans before making his Men’s Eagles Sevens debut during the 2008-09 IRB HSBC Sevens World Series. As of the end of the 2012-13 Series, Test leads all Eagles with 73 tries scored. He has also won the bronze medal with the Men’s Eagles Sevens at both the 2009 Maccabi Games and the 2011 Pan American Games.

Brett Thompson


Birthday: 18 August 1990
Position: Prop
Height: 6’4”
Weight: 205
College: University of Arizona
High School:
Hometown: Tempe, Arizona
Twitter: @Brett024
Career highlights: Son of current USA Rugby Boys High School All-Americans Head Coach Salty Thompson, Brett began playing rugby at the age of 12. He was recruited to the University of Arizona to walk on to the football team and played for two years before switching to rugby full time. Thompson scored a try against rival Arizona State to lead the Wildcats to the 2010 National Collegiate Championship. He is currently in Residency at the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, California.

Stephen Tomasin


Birthday: 25 September 1994
Position: Center
Height: 5’10”
Weight: 205
College: San Diego State University
High School: Cardinal Newman
Hometown: Santa Rosa, California
Twitter: @stomasin13
Career highlights: Tomasin made his Men’s Eagles Sevens debut at the 2013 Gold Coast Sevens, where he scored his first try in a Shield Semifinal win against Spain. Tomasin was a member of the AIG Men’s Collegiate All-American team during its 2013 New Zealand Tour.

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