WORLD SEVENS SERIES

Fiji win Cape Town 7s

Fiji 7s have won the Cape Town 7s title after a 29-15 victory over USA in the finals played in Cape Town Stadium.
Kalione Nasoko collected the ball after a lineout and beat Martin Iosefo to score Fiji’s opening try.  Vilimoni Botitu added the second try for Fiji after he intercepted a pass from Madison Hughes.
The side went to the break leading 17-0 after Sevuloni Mocenacagi pounced on a loose ball and paced on to score their third.
Botitu added his second before USA pulled one back  Ben Pinkelman. Sevuloni Mocenacagi sealed Fiji’s victory by diving over in the final minutes.
Pinkekman sneaked to the try line for USA’s second before Carlin Isles scored their third try. Their two tries were not enough to earn the side something meaningful form the clash.

South Africa players taking on the pitch. Photo Courtesy/HSBC Sport


In the bronze finals, hosts South Africa came from behind to win 10-7 against New Zealand . New Zealand took lead at the second minute after Sione Molia clinched on a pass from Etene Nanai-Seturo to score.
New Zealand were then reduced to six after Vilimoni Koroi was yellow carded for a deliberate knock on.  South Africa the leveled the scores thanks to a try from Werner Kok.
Dewald Human gave South Africa scoring the try that earned his side a bronze.
Main Cup finals 
USA vs Fiji
Bronze finals 
South 10-7 New Zealand
Fifth place finals
Spain 7-14 England
Challenge Trophy 
Samoa 14-38 Argentina
13th Place
Wales 26-33 Kenya
Main Cup semis
South Africa 12-17  Fiji
New Zealand 12-31 USA
Challenge Trophy semis
Samoa 31-7 France
Canada 14-24 Argentina
13th place Semis
Wales 7s 28-7 Japan 7s
Zimbabwe 7s 19-31 Kenya 7s
Cup quarters
South Africa 7s 21 – 12 Scotland 7s
Fiji 7s 46 – 7 Spain 7s
Australia 7s 17 – 26 New Zealand 7s
USA 7s 19 – 12 England 7s
Challenge quarters
Samoa 7s 31 – 26Wales 7s
France 7s 31 – 0 Japan 7s
Canada 7s 7 – 19 Zimbabwe 7s
Argentina 7s  34-31 Kenya 7s

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