Invast Global, a multi-asset brokerage and prime services provider, announced this Thursday that it will continue its support for the Qantas Australian Women’s Sevens Rugby team in the HSBC Sevens Women’s World Series campaign.
Rugby is one of the most popular sports in Australia and “sevens” is a very exciting version of the game that gathers a lot of attention. The Australian Women’s Sevens team consists of 12 players. However, only seven players from each team can be on the field at one time during the Rugby game. Today, the players are in Dubai and will begin to battle it out for the HSBC Sevens Women’s World Series.
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This series is particularly important for the team, as it is an Olympic Qualification year. As part of the sponsorship, the logo of Invast Global will be displayed on their shorts. The team will play in the second round of the HSBC Dubai Sevens, which starts today.
Commenting on the partnership, Rugby Australia Chief Commercial Officer, Cameron Murray said: “We’re very proud to be continuing the partnership between Invast Global and our Qantas Australian Women’s Sevens squad.”
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“The partnership comes in a crucial year for Rugby Sevens and it is a credit to Invast Global that they are excited to partner with one of the flagship Rugby Sevens sides globally, our Aussie Women’s Sevens team.”
“The HSBC Sevens World Series continues to grow as a spectacle across the world, allowing Invast to further take their brand to a global audience.”
During the series, Australia will face some of its biggest sporting competitors – England, China, and the United States in the battle for Pool B, with the finals to be held tomorrow.
“We’re honoured to be an official partner of the Australian Women’s Sevens Rugby team for 2019. The team is succeeding at an elite global level – and at Invast Global we aspire to do the same. Importantly, the team represents the values of equality, integrity and dedication to excellence that Invast Global also epitomises,” added Invast Global CEO, Gavin White.