“Central Coast Sevens is easily the toughest tournament I’ve played in outside the Sevens World Series.

The quality of teams that are queuing up to get a shot at the title speaks volumes about the “prestige” of the competition. It’s an exciting, fast paced, rugby event that is great fun for the whole family!”

Jesse Parahi

“A member of the 2010 Women’s Rugby World Cup winning side Cobie-Jane has represented Australia in both sevens and XVs. A diminutive pocket rocket Cobie-Jane has reached the impressive milestone of 100 points for Australia while playing on the IRB Women’s World Series in China. Cobie-Jane is a strong supporter of her home tournament the CC7s.”

Cobie-Jane Morgan

“An Ourimbah Rugby Club junior Adam has had a distinguished Super Rugby and International Career with the Act Brumbies, NSW Waratahs and the Wallabies reaching the milestone of achieving over 100 caps for the national team. Adam is regarded as the Wallabies Mr Fix it due to being one of the most consistent and versatile players at the highest level over many years. Adam is set to farewell Australian Rugby after the 2015 Rugby World Cup departing for France to play for the Bordeauz Begls club.”

Adam Ashley-Cooper

“From the Avoca Sharks Matt has represented the Wallabies, Australia A and the Australian Sevens team. Matt joined the Western Force Super Rugby franchise in their foundation season and has been awarded the Force player of the year award on numerous occasions. Matts standing at the Force was further evidenced when announced as the Western Force Captain in season 2013. Matt is one of the most admired players in Super Rugby with outstanding form and work ethic the Western Force Captain is a true leader.”

Matt Hodgson

“A Warnervale Wildcats junior, Chris a powerhouse back-rower represents his native Philippines Volcanoes in both XVs and Sevens. Chris represents the Volcanoes in the Asian 5 Nations tournament and is a popular ambassador of the Central Coast Sevens.”

Chris Hitch

“Gold Medal winning 4 time Paralympian Curtis Palmer is an absolute inspiration. Curtis has represented New Zealand and Australia in wheelchair rugby after overcoming a tragic football accident. Curtis made the decision to get out of the hospital bed and into a wheelchair and live his life to the fullest. Curtis story has been documented in his book Broken But Never Beaten, a true champion and inspiration.”

Curtis Palmer

“Federal Member for Dobell Karen McNamara is a proud ambassador for the CC7s and advocate for the CC7s women’s tournament working with tournament organisers to promote and drive equality in sport with the CC7s leading the way hosting one of the leading women’s tournaments in the world outside of the international world-series.”

Karen McNamara