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Ireland Sevens – Grand Final Match Tracker

Ireland Sevens – Grand Final Match Tracker

Ireland Sevens – Grand Final Match Tracker

Katie Corrigan and Anna McGann are pictured with Vicky Elmes Kinlan following the Ireland Women's play-off win over Great Britain ©INPHO/Martin Seras Lima

The Ireland Men’s Sevens team overcame a bad run of luck with injuries to finish fifth at the HSBC SVNS Grand Final in Madrid, while Amee-Leigh Murphy Crowe starred with seven tries for the sixth-placed Ireland Women.

Day 1 Round-Up: Late Mullin Double Does The Damage For Ireland Men Against Blitzboks

Day 1 Round-Up: Yellow Card Proves Costly As Ireland Women Lose Madrid Opener

Day 2 Round-Up: Ireland Men Edged Out Of Championship Contention In Madrid

Day 2 Round-Up: Murphy Crowe Floors Fiji With Classy Hat-Trick In Madrid Heat

Day 3 Round-Up: Back-To-Back Wins Earn Fifth Place Finish For Ireland Men

Day 3 Round-Up: Ireland Women Close Out SVNS Season With Six Place Finish

What is the Grand Final?

Following the conclusion of the seven-leg regular season, the top eight teams in the Men’s and Women’s SVNS Standings assemble in the Spanish capital for a winner-takes-all event across three days from May 31 to June 2, where a podium finish could be act as the springboard for Olympic medal success later this summer.

The Ireland Men have been in consistently excellent form throughout the 2024 campaign with their highest ever overall finish of second, having been narrowly beaten to the League title by Argentina in Singapore earlier this month. The squad sees the return of Hugo Keenan and Andrew Smith who both featured on the circuit previously.

The Ireland Women finished seventh overall, the highlight of their campaign being the historic maiden title win in Perth back in January.

They have been drawn in Pool B for Madrid, alongside League runners-up Australia, Olympic hosts France, and Fiji. Anna McGann makes a welcome return from injury, while Béibhinn Parsons and Aoibheann Reilly are back following their stint in the Guinness Women’s Six Nations.

Squads in full here.

Where Can I Watch?

You can watch all of the HSBC SVNS Grand Final matches for free on RugbyPass TV or on TNT Sports, while there is coverage of Ireland’s progress in Madrid across the @Ireland7s social media channels, and in our Ireland Sevens Hub.

Results & Match Centres

Friday, May 31 –

Saturday, June 1 –

Sunday, June 2 –