Claremont Spartan heads to Germany for Rugby Sevens

16-year-old Logan Martin-Feek to represent province on BC Elite Youth Sevens rugby team

Saanich’s Logan Martin-Feek is in Germany this week with the BC Elite Youth Sevens provincial rugby team.

The select squad, which features five players from the Greater Victoria area, is set to compete in the Heidelberg Junior International Sevens, June 14 and 15, a competition featuring representation from Europe, Africa and North America.

Sixteen-year-old Martin-Feek is a Grade 10 student at Claremont secondary and was recently named a city all-star with the Claremont Spartans junior rugby team. He has grown up as a member of the Velox Rugby Club.

The players will visit the renowned Heidelberg Castle. Four Castaway Wanderers are also on the team: Brennig Prevost, Brandon Schellenberger, Brayden Tate and Jonah Hall.

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