The BroTown cohort of teams – Patu, Kahu and Whai – once again claimed victory in the Men’s, Ladies and Mixed Cup categories at last weekend’s Super 6s Tournament.
Having clinched these same three titles in the previous tournament, the trio’s latest success on Friday is swiftly earning them a reputation as the tournament’s unstoppable force.
This was the second tournament organised by the Super 6s League, and saw 18 teams from Bahrain, Al Ain, Abu Dhabi and Dubai battle it out at Dubai Sports City.
Dubai-based Must Tag Sallies took home the Mixed Plate for the first time. Together with BroTown, they are also regular participants in the Super 6s weekly touch league, which launched in September 2017.
Victoria Hepworth, partner at Corporate Affair Event Management which organises the league, said: “We were thrilled with the turnout for our second tournament, which saw teams traveling far and wide within the Middle East to participate.
“The league continues to gain momentum in the community and this tournament was once again a great climax to the season’s league.
“It was also great to see some new refs making their mark on the pitch for the first time. Graduates of our dedicated Super 6’s referee training courses put their newly-learnt skills to the test and were great advocates for the role, which is in huge demand in the region.”
The Super 6s League was created to help meet demand for the sport in the region. The next season will kick-off in September and run for 10 weeks.
The Super 6s League continues to offer FIT-accredited training sessions in partnership with METouch for would-be refs.
For more information and to register a team, visit: www.super6s-dubai.com
Mens BroTown Patu 4 Dubai College 2
Ladies BroTown Kahu 4 Eagles 0
Mixed Cup BroTown Whai 8 NYUAD 2
Mixed Plate Must Tag Sallies 5 Clyde & Co 0
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