The Hottest 7s (formerly known as the Territory 7s) first kicked off in 1989 and has exploded in popularity ever since.
Teams from Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Singapore and loads have travelled to Darwin to battle it out for the silverware.
The women’s competition was introduced in 2007 and since then the talent has gone from strength to strength.
In 2020 the competition will run from November 14-15 at Rugby Park in Darwin, Australia.
The competition kicks off November 14 at TLR Stadium, Abala Road, Marrara.
There are four divisions including senior men’s, senior women’s, U18 youth boys and U18 youth girls (those born in 2001 and 2002)
Dispensation is available through using Rugby Australia's procedures and forms here.
Teams will be required to pay for registration fees (senior men are $1,000, senior women are $550 and U18's are $100) plus cover their own travel and accommodation.
The competition is made possible through the support of the Northern Territory Government who have helped the sport boom across the region.
The best part? There is a total of $86,000 in prize money to be won!
Croc winner: $30,000
Croc runner up: $10,000
Croc third place: $5,500
Buff winner (Plate): $5,500
Barra winner (Bowl): $3,000
Gecko winner (Shield): $1,000
Jabiru winner: $18,000
Jabiru runner up: $5,000
Jabiru third place: $3,000
Jabiru fourth place: $2,000
Cockatoo winner: $1,000
Cockatoo runner up: $500
Jacana winner: $1,000
Jacana runner up: $500
Tickets can be purchased at the gate or pre-purchased via Leanne.firstname.lastname@example.org
Persons under 18 can get in for free.
$20 Weekend Pass
$100 Hospitality Pass (includes VIP weekend pass in Grandstand Bar + meal voucher for Sunday finals)