After picking a paltry three points in Paris, Kenya 7s ends the 2017/18 HSBC world sevens circuit at 8th position having set a new record of 104 points.
South Africa head the final standings on 182 points, two better than Fiji who stumbled at the final hurdle after finishing 5th in Paris.
New Zealand (150),Australia (123) and England (122) wrap up the top five.
Russia who finished at 16th position suffered relegation and will be replaced by Japan starting the 2018/19 season.
The final standings in the #HSBC7s
— World Rugby Sevens (@WorldRugby7s) June 10, 2018