New Zealand’s victory in Vancouver means they will stay top of the World 7s Series log after six rounds of the 2019/20 season.
The All Blacks scooped the third Cup of the season and picked maximum points from Vancouver 7s. The 22 points now put them on 115 points on the overall log.
South Africa’s fourth-place finish in Vancouver did not affect their position as they will also stay second on the log. The African giants who have two Cup titles to their name this season will head to the break with 104 points which will be 11 behind leaders New Zealand.
World 7s Series defending Champions Fiji are third with 83 points after on Cup victory and a runners-up finish in the six outings.
Australia who reached the Vancouver 7s finals are fourth on the log with 81 points. England close the top five list with 77 points from six tournaments.
France and USA have 74 and 72 points respectively at position six and seven. Vancouver 7s hosts Canada have amassed 57 points one more than what Argentina have this season.
Ireland close the top 10 list with 49 points while Scotland have leapfrogged Kenya to position 11 with 37 points.
Kenya are now 12th following six points from Vancouver. Shujaa have managed only 10 points from the last three outings and have a total of 35 points. The dismal run has seen Samoa and Spain with 33 points each close in on Kenya.
Wales struggles continue as they have 13 points in the six outings. Japan have 10 points after taking part in four tournaments. The teams have 74 days to prepare for the next leg- London 7s which will be on 23 – 24 May 2020.
Hong Kong and Singapore 7s were postponed due to the Coronavirus outbreak.