August 6-21, 2022, Brock University will host the Rugby Sevens leg of the Canada Summer Games. This will be the inaugural Rugby Sevens competition for the Canada Summer Games and the first-ever appearance of women’s rugby in the Games. Following a COVID-19 delay, Team Saskatchewan will be begin recruiting and training for this competition starting in June 2021. 


Rugby Sevens will be among 18 sports featured at the Games, taking place the summer of 2022 in Ontario’s Niagra Region. Consisting of more than 5,000 athletes and coaches, the 2022 Canada Games will welcome our nation’s next generation of national, international, and Olympic champions as the best young developing athletes from across the nation assemble to compete in Canada’s largest multi-sport event.
One of the oldest sports to be featured at the Niagara 2022 Games, Rugby Sevens has exploded in recent years, partly due to the success of the national Canadian women’s team. Men’s rugby first joined the Canada Summer Games program for back to back Games in 1981 and 1985, and after sitting out the 1989 Games, returned from 1993-2009. This will be the inaugural Rugby Sevens competition for the Canada Summer Games and the first-ever appearance of women’s rugby in the Games.

CSG Week 1

August 6-13, 2022

Niagara, ON

Brock University
Alumni Field (St. Catharines)


Sask Rugby will start recruiting athletes for the Canada Summer Games in 2021 and finalize the team prior to the 2022 competition date. All junior girls (age 18 and under) are invited to training sessions.
Eligible Athletes: Girls born 2004 or later (or an overage athlete, born 2003), registered to play rugby in Saskatchewan


The team will be training in Saskatoon and Regina up until the games. Updates to the schedule will be posted here.

We also encourage all athletes to check out the other rugby happening this season:

June-September: Regina and Saskatoon Club Rugby

TBA, Edmonton: U18 Boys and Girls 7s Western Championships

TBA: U16/U18 Boys and Girls 15s Western Championships 

COST & Registration

All training will be free to attend but all participants must be registered with Rugby Canada for insurance. Once you are registered, complete the form below.

The cost of travel to the Games will be discussed with selected athletes and subsidized by Sask Rugby and through fundraising.

For already registered rugby players: 

Make sure you are registered for contact rugby in the 2021 season and complete the registration form below. Include your Member ID number from your account. 

For new rugby players: 

1. Go to the Rugby Canada Registration page (link below)

2. Select Saskatchewan, and Saskatchewan Rugby Club

3. Choose your membership and register

Team Sask Junior Athlete, $75 for the whole season

Junior Athlete Training Registration, $45 for one weekend training session (cost of this registration can be put towards a whole season membership)

4. Complete the form below with your new Member ID number


Kayla Mack-Thiel and
Gillian Allen

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