After two rounds of the World 7s Series, New Zealand have moved top of the log after winning the Cape Town 7s played in South Africa.
The Kiwis have 41 points same as South Africa but are top due to superior points difference. France sit third after finishing as bronze winners in Cape Town with 29 points having bagged 17 points this weekend
Argentina are fourth on the standings after 11 and 13 points in the last two legs. The fifth place is occupied by England who have 24 points but have inferior goal difference.
Defending Champions Fiji find themselves sixth on the log with 23 points following a ninth-place finish in Dubai and a fourth-place finish in Cape Town 7s. Samoa have 19 points while Australia and USA are tied at 18 points on the log at eighth and ninth respectively.
Ireland have bagged 17 points on the log followed by Kenya 7s who have 15 points at position 11. They got 11 points from the tournament to add on the four they got last weekend.
Canada, Scotland, Spain, Wales and Japan close the last slots.