HIDEAWAY Hurricanes created one of the major upsets at the Nakelo 7s tournament yesterday.
The side, laced with season players like Timoci Tomeru and Leveni Tani, beat Wardens 21-17 at the Nakelo District School grounds.
Wardens, the FIJI Water Centennial International 7s champions headed into the tournament as favourites, however, the Levani Botia-captained side suffered an early wake up call.
The side later bounced back with a victory over Duavata Blues.
The side needs to beat Dravo today to keep their cup quarter-final chances alive. Hideaway had the services of former national sevens scrumhalf and Nadroga rep Sakiusa Gavidi while Wardens had Setefano Rasekaia, Sevuloni Rakula, Risiate Tadulala, Leo Naikasau and speedster Beniamino Maravu.
Tournament official Niumaia Rawalai said the spectators witnessed some exciting games.
He added there were upset on day one.
"That's the main upset of the day, Hideaway beating Wardens," he said.
"The tournament went really well and we are looking forward to another exciting day tomorrow (today)."
He said the main objective of the tournament was to revive the event.
"This tournament was one of the country's biggest 7s in the past, the main goal is to revive the tournament and 7s rugby here in Nakelo.
"We decided to bring it back to our very own Nakelo soil here at the school after the upgrading of the grounds.
The tournament continues today.