About

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Who are the Ramblin Jesters

The Ramblin Jesters (Jesters) are an invitational elite sevens team set up to provide a platform for young talented rugby players to show off their skills at high end sevens tournaments both in the UK and abroad whilst raising funds for the Nightingale House Hospice based in Wales. The Jesters came on to the scene in 2011 and caused quite a storm,bringing flair, speed and their own unique style to the game .Since then we have grown & grown and regularly get invited to some of the top tournemnts around the world.


The Ramblin Jesters are proud to be associated with the following sponsors:

• LoanMyMotor.com

• Serious Stuff

• London Bridge Funding

• Blackrock PM

 

Players

Internationals                                 

Elivis Seveali'i - Samoa 

Peni Rokodiva - Fiji 7's

Alec Jenkins - Wales 7's

Alfie To'oala - Samoa 

Crista Powell - Fiji 7's

Sonny Parker - Wales 

Aaron Persico - Italy 

ilikena bolakoro - Fiji 

Dan Farani - Samoa 

Eoghan Hickey - Ireland 

Aaron Radley - Czech Republic 

Chris Morgan - Wales 7's 

James Mitchell - England U20

Francisco Appleton - Portugal 

Kolio Hifo - Tonga U20

Niall Barry - USA U20

Cian Barry - USA U20

 

Coaches 

  • David Mobbs-smith ( Head Coach )  - Sweden 7's / Hampton School 
  • Elivis Seveali'i 
  • Phill Greening 
  • Lou Meadows 
  • Sean Thomson 

 

 

 

 

 

The Ramblin Jesters supports The Nightingale House Hospice.
This worthwhile cause needs your support as well.

Text CARE to 70003 to donate £3 today!

The Nightingale House Hospice provides specialist palliative care services, completely free of charge, to people across Wrexham, Flintshire, East Denbighshire, the A494 corridor to Barmouth, and the borders, including Oswestry, Ellesmere, Wem and Whitchurch. When I say palliative care, I mean that we look after adult patients with life limiting illnesses such as cancer, by offering them support and / or end of life care. Each individual patient is at the core of what we do, whether they are staying on the inpatient ward, visiting our day-care centre, having a hydrotherapy or physiotherapy session or some other complimentary therapy session.