FLOW Rugby B’dos World 7s refurbish school pavilion

Sibus Construction, in conjunction with the New Zealand High Commission, has refurbished the pavilion at the Frederick Smith Secondary School. The project was envisioned by the organisers of the FLOW Rugby Barbados 7s tournament as a legacy project of the season.

(CLICK FOR BIGGER) The BRFU are grateful to Justin Da Silva of Sibus Construction for the donation of materials and labour to the project, and to the High Commissioner for New Zealand to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean, Her Excellency Mrs Jan Henderson, for funding the cost of the roofing materials.

(CLICK FOR BIGGER) The BRFU are grateful to Justin Da Silva of Sibus Construction for the donation of materials and labour to the project, and to the High Commissioner for New Zealand to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean, Her Excellency Mrs Jan Henderson, for funding the cost of the roofing materials.

This is the inaugural FLOW Rugby Barbados World 7s Tournament. Previously, the tournament was held in Trinidad and Tobago and is the longest running sevens competition in the region.

The tournament kicks off on December 10-11 at the School and the neighbouring Trents Playing Field.

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