Sevens can refer to:

  • Rugby sevens, a variant of rugby union football
  • Rugby league sevens, a variant of rugby league football
  • The Sevens (stadium), a rugby stadium in Dubai, United Arab Emirates
  • Sevens (album), a 1997 album by Garth Brooks
  • Sevens (band), a band on the ATIC Records label
  • Sevens (film), a 2011 Indian film
  • Sevens (card game)
  • Sevens group
  • Sevens (Enneagram of Personality)
  • The Se7ens, a series of bus routes in Derbyshire, United Kingdom

Other articles related to "seven, sevens":

Seven Society (College Of William & Mary)
... The Seven Society, Order of the Crown Dagger (colloquially known as the Seven '7' Society or Sevens '7s') is the longest continually active secret society of the College of William Mary ... yet altruistic group is said to consist of seven senior individuals, selected in their junior year ... to meet late at night in Colonial Williamsburg's Shields Tavern, present-day Sevens are perhaps most noted for their efforts to honor and encourage those who help strengthen the university ...
Singapore Cricket Club International Rugby Sevens
... Cricket Club International Rugby Sevens is an annual Rugby sevens tournament hosted by the Singapore Cricket Club (SCC) ... Ablitt Cup was donated by Mrs Katherine Parentis in 1947 for the winners of the first seven-a-side tournament organised by the SCC Rugby Section ... and one of the world's oldest Rugby sevens competitions ...
Mighty Minnows
... They are an invitational rugby sevens team with players selected to play ranging from various levels of rugby ... The first appearance of the Mighty Minnows was at the Caldy Sevens in 2007 where they were unluckily beaten by Sale Sharks in the final 28-31 ... are set to up the level and have entered Bournemouth Sevens where they will be competing on a world class stage against some of the best sevens players in the world, including Seru Rabeni ...
Simon Hunt (rugby Union) - International Career
... He made his debut for England Sevens in 2001 and also competed for the first ever Great Britain Sevens team at the 2001 World Games ... After a six year absence, Hunt returned to the national sevens squad between 2006 and 2008, then after a spell of 15's was recalled for the 2010 London ... also represented the Barbarians and made regular appearances on the invitational sevens circuit, in particular for the Samurai International outfit ...

Famous quotes containing the word sevens:

    how they trace
    across the very-marble
    of this place,
    bright sevens and printed fours,
    elevens and careful eights....
    Hilda Doolittle (1886–1961)