Despite missing out the finals, USA have maintained the lead on top of the World 7s Standing after seven rounds of the Series.
Hong Kong 7s champions Fiji have assumed the second spot with 123 points after picking 22 in their win. They have overtaken New Zealand who were second before this leg.
New Zealand have now dropped to position three with 118 points while South Africa closes the top four slots with 99 points. The top four teams at the end of the season will get a direct ticket to the Olympics set for Japan.
England with 90 points sit at position five while Samoa are at position six with 74 points. A point separates Argentina and Australia.
France and Scotland close the top 10 slots with 63 and 55 points respectively. Spain and Canada are placed 11th and 12th on log while Kenya 7s are placed 13th with 23 points.
The teams will make a stop in Singapore 7s for the eighth leg of the series
The 2019 #HSBC7s series standings look like this with three events to go!
— World Rugby Sevens (@WorldRugby7s) April 7, 2019