April 03, 2022
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Quantum ball to be used at 7s WC

The Quantum Sevens ball which was first used at the 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games will again be played at the 2022 Rugby World Cup 7s in Cape Town, South Africa this year.
 
World Rugby reports that the tailor-made Quantum Sevens ball produced by Gilbert has features specifically designed for 7s rugby and is the most technically advanced 7s rugby ball ever produced.
 
The Quantum Sevens Match Ball is also the exclusive choice of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series and international sevens teams including Argentina, Australia, Canada, Great Britain, Fiji, France, Ireland, Japan, Samoa, South Africa and USA.
 
40 teams will battle for the men's and women's title at the tournament from 9-11 September.
 
By Romeka Romena  


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