Australia will get males's 7s revenge over US

Australia will get males's 7s revenge over US

Australia will get males's 7s revenge over US

New Zealand scrambled desperately in defence but were unable to stop the massive Vakurunabili crashing over and giving Fiji first place in the pool.

But a flawed tactical decision to use a grubber kick to the corner in the last seconds led to a knock on and Fiji showed skill and patience to create a length-of-the-field try. South Africa beat England 33-12 in its final match Saturday to finish atop Pool C while Argentina topped Pool B with narrow wins over Kenya, 7-5, Wales, 28-21, and France, 19-12.

There will be no repeat for Canada at the Sydney Sevens.

Australia's men's team have defied a spirited United States of America comeback to claim a crucial 26-19 win in their opening Sydney 7s clash.

Tom Lucas scored with less than a minute remaining to give Australia the vital win after Scotland had gone ahead 21-17 with Max McFarland's try only minutes earlier.

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Looking at other results, England beat Spain 22-10, defending champion South Africa thrashed Papua New Guinea 50-0, France beat Wales 31-12, Argentina edged Kenya 7-5, New Zealand thumped Russian Federation 61-0, Australia beat U.S. 26-19 while Scotland thrashed Canada 52-5.

Australia are still yet to concede a point in the tournament, having won their three games on Friday by a combined 122-0, including beating Spain by the same 29-0 score in their opening pool match.


A SIZZLING try from Emma Tonegato has capped Australia's march into the Sydney Sevens semi-final.

Defensive pressure was a key to Australia's semifinal win on Saturday.

That pair then combined for Australia's third, Cherry's long ball hitting Caslick on the chest and putting her through a hole for a 17-0 halftime lead.

The Aussie women have not beaten New Zealand in a major tournament since the Olympic gold medal match in Rio in 2016.

Portia Woodman has taken a crack at New Zealand Rugby.

"But they're a good side and going to be hurting from that defeat".

New Zealand beat Canada by four tries to nil.

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