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2015 LAS VEGAS 7sLas Vegas 7s Cup Winners Fiji 2015

DAY 3

HIGHLIGHTS

FIJI beat New Zealand 35-19 to lift the Cup at the USA Sevens for the first time since 2007 at round five of the HSBC Sevens World Series. A brace of tries to Fiji's elusive Jerry Tuwai and Semi Kunatani paved the way for a convincing win for the Pacific islanders.

"It means a lot for us. We've talked about improving our defence and discipline and today it has paid off," said captain Osea Kolinisau, who missed the final through injury. "One of the strengths of the team is that we are in this together and we proved that this weekend."

Both finalists close the gap on series leaders South Africa, with just seven points now separating the top three. The Blitzboks maintain their place in first with 93 series points, with New Zealand (88) and Fiji (86) in second and third respectively as the series passes the halfway stage in Las Vegas.

The hosts USA received 15 points and move up to seventh in the series standings after finishing fourth at the Sam Boyd Stadium, while Australia's Plate final win over England gives them a three-point cushion over England in fourth as the race for Olympic qualification continues.

Elsewhere Kenya beat Argentina to win the Bowl and Portugal defeated Wales in the Shield final.

In the Cup final Fiji's Vatemo Ravouvou scooped up a loose ball in his own half before offloading to Tuwai who out-sprinted the defence to score for a 7-0 lead. Tuwai found space again soon after, this time within the attacking 22, extending the lead to 14-0 before a Savenaca Rawaca try closed out a near perfect first half for the Pacific islanders.

Both sides traded tries early in the second half, New Zealand's Jack Goodhue responding to a Semi Kunatani try before Kunatani stretched out for his second for a 35-5 lead, ensuring the win for Ben Ryan's men. Joe Webber picked up a late double for the All Black Sevens, reducing the final margin to 16 points.

In the Cup semis a Kunatani double helped Fiji to the win, denying the Blitzboks a third consecutive finals appearance in Las Vegas while New Zealand put paid to the USA's chances of their first Cup final since 2010 with exciting youngster Rieko Ioane bagging a double in the first half as the reigning series champions won 26-12 to set up a repeat of the Pool A match which Ben Ryan's side won 14-12.

AUSTRALIA BEAT ENGLAND TO EXTEND LEAD IN FOURTH PLACE
Las Vegas 7s Plate Winners Australia 2015Australia beat England 21-14 in the Plate final, dominating possession early on to score three tries through skipper Ed Jenkins, Lewis Holland and Con Foley before an Alex Gray flick-pass sent Charlie Hayter across the line on the stroke of half-time to trail 21-7. England were within striking distance when Tom Mitchell broke through, racing 40 metres to score but Australia held to pick up a valuable 13 series points and retain fourth place in the race for automatic Olympic qualification, extending their margin over fifth-placed England to three points.

England booked a spot in the final against old foes Australia after scoring four tries to one, defeating France 26-5 in their Plate semi-final. Meanwhile Australia beat Canada 17-0 to book their place against Simon Amor's men, scoring three unanswered tries in the first half.

KENYA HOLD OUT FAST FINISHING LOS PUMAS IN BOWL FINAL
Las Vegas 7s Bowl Winners Kenya 2015Kenya beat Argentina 24-21, scoring three second-half tries. In a tight first half Bush Mwale scored for the Africans before Santiago Alvarez levelled. A double from Tony Opondo and Mwale's second opened the match up for the Kenyans before Segundo Tuculet and Francisco Merello struck back late for Argentina, but it was Kenya who claimed eight series points.

"It was a good game,” said Opondo. "The Argentines were really tough in attack and we needed to make up for losing to them in the pool stages in the last few rounds. This win also makes up for losing to Fiji here last year.”

Earlier, Kenya advanced to the Bowl final against Argentina, who came from 19-7 down to steal a late 21-19 victory over Scotland, after beating Samoa 19-5. Leading 7-5 at the break through a try to Michael Wanjala, Kenya finished strongly with second-half tries to Lavin Asego and Billy Odhiambo providing the winning margin.

PORTUGAL TAKE SHIELD FINAL OVER WALES
Las Vegas 7s Shield Winners Portugal 2015Portugal beat Wales 19-12 to win the Shield final after leading 12-0 at half-time courtesy of an Aderito Esteves brace. Nuno Guedes scored early in the second half extending the lead before Wales hit back with two late tries from Jason Harries and Luke Morgan.

"We didn’t play well on the second day but it’s important for us to win a final at the end of the weekend. Even with the injuries today, we continue to play like brothers," said Portugal's Pedro Leal after the win.

Portugal survived a late fight-back in their quarter-final against Brazil, running out eventual 26-19 winners. Establishing a 12-0 lead early, Portugal found themselves trailing 19-12 with less than two minutes to play before tries to David Mateus and Guedes, his second of the match, sealed the win for the Portuguese.

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DAY 2

HIGHLIGHTS

HOSTS USA will meet New Zealand in the Cup semi-finals after defeating North American rivals Canada 20-0 at the USA Sevens in Las Vegas, their first semi-final since the 2010 Adelaide Sevens.

New Zealand proved too strong for Australia thanks to a Joe Webber hat-trick in a 28-5 win in their quarter-final while Fiji will meet South Africa in the first semi after proving too strong for France 31-12. The Blitzboks, in search of a third successive Cup win at the Sam Boyd Stadium, came from behind to beat England 21-14 thanks to tries from Branco du Preez, Seabelo Senatla and Kwagga Smith.

The USA got off to an ideal start in their quarter-final win over Canada with Danny Barrett crashing over in the corner shortly followed by tries to Folau Niua and crowd favourite Zack Test for a 15-0 lead at half-time. USA speedster Carlin Isles stretched the lead to 20-0 enough to get the hosts home in front of 34,593 fans.

Four tries to Savenaca Rawaca set Fiji up for a 24-0 lead at half-time over France as the Pacific islanders turned on the flair in their quarter-final. Jean Marcellin Buttin put France on the board shortly after the break before Sitiveni Waqa added to Fiji's lead before a late consolation to Les Bleus' Bryan Dimeck.

The four losing Cup quarter-finalists will contest the the Plate semi-finals, chasing valuable series points as Olympic qualification continues while Samoa will meet Kenya and Scotland meet Argentina in the Bowl semis with a late penalty drop goal from Gaston Revol securing a 15-12 win over Japan for Los Pumas.

In earlier pool play, USA drew 19-19 with defending champions and current series leaders South Africa to finish second in their pool on points difference and reach a third consecutive Cup quarter-final, while Canada's 24-7 win over Argentina was enough to reach their first Cup quarter-finals of the season.

Meanwhile Samoa impressed on day two as they make their way to the Bowl quarter-finals. They will be joined by Wales, Argentina, Kenya, Portugal, Japan, Scotland and Brazil.

The hosts USA played out an enthralling 19-19 draw in their final pool match with South Africa, Mike Friday's side taking an early lead after Maka Unufe raced 50 metres to score. It was Cecil Afrika's turn to put the afterburners on next levelling the score before Seabelo Senatla then made the USA pay after a loose ball from Madison Hughes to lead 14-7 at the break. The Eagles bridged the gap to two with the swan-diving Andrew Duratolo crossing in the corner early in the second half before Unufe's second put the locals back in front with three minutes remaining before Warrick Gelant's leveller.

With both sides resting some of their players, New Zealand and Fiji traded first-half tries through Joe Webber and Savenaca Rawaca to go into the break at 7-7. Semi Kunatani broke the deadlock with a converted try for Fiji mid-way through the second half before Beaudine Waaka scored outwide after the siren. Waaka failed with his conversion attempt, sending Fiji to the top of Pool A.

Backing up from their shock win over England, Canada continued to impress defeating Argentina 24-7, after racing to a 12-0 lead at the break through tries to John Moonlight and Liam Underwood. Underwood's second, a longe range individual effort, extended the lead to 17-0 before a Mike Fuailefau try three minutes from time put the result beyond doubt. Francisco Merello scored a late consolation for Los Pumas.

England secured their Cup quarter-final berth by defeating Kenya 21-14, having led 14-0 at half-time. Tries by Richard de Carpentier and Tom Mitchell provided the early breathing space before Oscar Ayodi hit back for the Africans early in the second half. Charlie Hayter responded for England extending the lead back out to 14 but Kenya ensured England played to the final whistle, Tony Opondo scoring late.

Australia maintained a clean slate in pool play after resoundly defeating Scotland 40-14. Four tries in the first half for a 26-0 lead had the Scots on the back foot. A Greg Jeloudev try extended the lead to 33-0 before Scotland got on the board through James Fleming and a penalty try. Nick Malouf put the exclamation mark on the win.

Portugal warmed up for the Bowl quarter-finals with a 21-19 win over Japan, despite a hat-trick from Japan's Lomano Lemeki, taking his tally to five for the tournament. Bernado Cardoso and Jose Vareta scored early for Portugal before Lemeki crossed for a brace to reduce the margin to 14-12 at the break. A try two minutes into the second half from Aderito Esteves extended Portugal's lead before Lemeki's third pulled them back within two on the siren.

Wales fought back from an early 7-0 deficit to lead 14-7 at half-time after tries to Tom Williams and Aled Jenkins. Samoa regained the momentum in the second stanza with three tries in quick succession, including a double to Samoa Tolau to lead 26-14. A late try to Wales' Jevon Groves pegged the final margin back to seven.

Brazil took first half honours in a closely contested match, Lucas Domingues giving his side a 7-0 lead. France's experience told in the second half with Virimi Vakatawa scoring a double, Jean Marcellin Buttin and Renaud Delmas crossing as the French ran out eventual 26-7 winners.

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DAY 1

HIGHLIGHTS  

HOSTS USA recorded two wins on day one of their home tournament in Las Vegas to book their place in a third successive Cup quarter-final at the USA Sevens, round five of the HSBC Sevens World Series.

Having earlier recorded their biggest ever win over Japan to get their campaign underway thanks to a brace from speedster Carlin Isles, Zack Test then scored one of the best tries of the day in their 19-7 defeat of Portugal to ensure they would progress to the last eight at the Sam Boyd Stadium.

They will be joined by defending champions and series leaders South Africa, who are chasing a third consecutive title in Las Vegas, New Zealand and Fiji, who all won their opening two matches on day one in front of a 15,294 strong crowd.

POOL A
1 New Zealand 2 Fiji 3 Wales 4 Samoa

New Zealand sit top of Pool A heading into day two after toughing out a 15-5 victory over a determined Samoa. Joe Webber and Ambrose Curtis crossed for first-half tries as the All Black Sevens established a 10-0 lead. Samoa Toloa posted Samoa's first try of the tournament after sustained pressure on the New Zealand goal line, reducing the margin to 10-5 before Gillies Kaka defied his size to crash over out-wide moments later.

Fiji survived a late scare from Wales, holding out for a 28-24 win despite having led 28-0. Tries to Villiame Mata, a runaway to Savenaca Rawaca and a double to captain Osea Kolinisau had the crowd in raptures before Wales struck back through Samual Cross, Luke Morgan, Aled Jenkins and Will Harries.

Earlier, a Scott Curry hat-trick was the highlight of New Zealand's 40-7 win over Wales as the defending series champions picked up where they left off in Wellington last week. Gordon Tietjens' side raced to a 21-0 at the break as captain Curry bagged a double and Lote Raikabula also crossed to score. Raikabula claimed his second shortly after the break before a neat-stepping Sherwin Stowers extended the lead to 33-0. Curry brought up his hat-trick just shy of full-time before a late consolation to Wales' Dan Fish.

In the battle of the Pacific islands Fiji scored six unanswered tries defeating Samoa 36-0. After both sides started brightly Fiji's Samisoni Viriviri lit up the stadium with three quick tries in a matter of minutes to take a 19-0 lead into the break. Second-half tries to Emosi Mulivero, Vatemo Ravouvou and Semi Kunatani rounded out the win.

POOL B
1 England 2 Kenya 3 Argentina 4 Canada

The race for a spot in the last eight is wide open in Pool B with each side recording one win apiece. Canada pulled off the first major upset of the tournament with a win over England in a highly entertaining fixture, Adam Zaruba crashing over outwide to steal a 15-12 win. England jumped out to a 12-0 lead after Charlie Hayter and Tom Mitchell made the most of their touches, but Canada clawed their way back into the match with a try either side of half-time to Lucas Hammond and Harry Jones before Zaruba's late match-winner.

A brace from Argentina's Franco Sabato helped secure Los Pumas' 19-14 win over Kenya. Leading 14-7 at half-time through tries to Sabato and Nicolas Coronel, Argentina controlled much of the second half before Sabato's second stretched the lead to 19-7. Billy Odhiambo gave Kenya a chance with a late try to reduce the margin to 19-14 but time was against them.

In round one action, England defeated Argentina 19-17 after Los Pumas had the run of play early, leading 10-0 through tries from German Schulz and Santiago Alvarez before John Brake reduced the margin to three with a converted try on half-time. England's fight-back continued in the second half with a converted try to captain Mitchell giving them a 14-10 lead. Brake's second extended England's lead before Nicolas Coronel reduced the final margin to two on the stroke of full-time.

Trailing 14-12 at half-time and 21-12 with three minutes remaining Kenya left it right to the death to beat Canada 22-21, Billy Odhiambo the hero scoring the match-winner after Danial Sikuta scored a brace in his side's exciting one-point win.

POOL C
1 South Africa 2 USA 3 Japan 4 Portugal

Both South Africa and the USA have secured quarter-final berths with two solid wins apiece from their first two pool matches. After accounting for Portugal 19-0 earlier in the day, South Africa continued on their winning way in round two with a 35-5 win over Japan. Tries to Frankie Horne, Seabelo Senatla (2), Ryno Benjamin and Cecil Afrika setting up the win.

The USA secured their passage to the quarter-finals with a hard-fought 19-7 win over Portugal. Danny Barrett scored first for the USA but a converted try to Carl Murray gave Portugal a two-point lead. Perry Baker was rewarded for good support play with a try on half-time to give the hosts a 12-7 lead before a sustained passage of good ball movement from the USA mid-way through the second half saw Zack Test on the receiving end of a great pass from Andrew Durutalo to score under the posts in his 50th series event.

In a tight match in round one, three runaway tries to South Africa's Senatla, Benjamin and Werner Kok gave the defending champions a 19-0 win over Portugal after leading 12-0 at the break. Benjamin's try got the fans on their feet early, receiving a deft one-handed pass from Kyle Brown before racing away to score.

The USA opened with an impressive 52-12 win over Japan, Test posting the first points for his side. A try to Durutalo soon after gave the hosts a handy 14-0 lead before Isles' brace, including a serious show of speed for his first, came next. The USA raced away in the second half with three further tries before Japan hit back with late tries to Lomano Lemeki and Chihito Matsui.

POOL D
1 Scottish Rugby 2 Australia 3 Brazil 4 France

A quarter-final berth beckons for Australia after two solid wins sees them well placed at the top of the pool but they must wait on a day two match against Scotland to confirm their place in the top eight.

Scotland bounced back from a heart-breaking loss to France earlier in the day by scoring six tries to two in their 38-14 win over Brazil, James Johnstone and Chris Dean among Scotland's best both scoring doubles. Brothers Moises and Lucas Duque were enterprising for Brazil, both crossing for five-pointers.

A first-half brace to Pama Fou paved the way for Australia's 31-14 victory over France in round two action. Fou and Ed Jenkins scored five-pointers before Julien Candelon broke through down the middle to score under the posts reducing the margin to 14-7. Fou's second just on half-time gave Australia a 17-7 lead but Les Bleus were back in it just after the break when Virimi Vakatawa broke through for his side's second of the match. Cameron Clark edged his side ahead again with a late double for a winning lead.

Earlier, Australia ran out comfortably 45-0 winners over 2016 Olympic hosts Brazil. Inspirational captain Jenkins raced 50 metres down the right flank to score first for Australia before a Con Foley double had Geraint John's men up 21-0 at the break. Four unanswered tries in the second stanza to Lewis Holland, Nick Malouf and a Sam Myers double secured the win against a luckless Brazil.France came from behind to beat Scotland 19-7 after the Scots posted first points through the ever-dangerous Mark Robertson. A brace to Jonathan Laugel either side of the break gave France a 14-7 lead. With three minutes remaining Terry Bouhraoua raced away for Les Blues third try putting the result beyond doubt.

 

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RESULTS

SUNDAY 15TH FEBRUARY 2015

Shield Semi Final
BrazilBrazil 19 - 26 PortugalPortugal

Shield Semi Final
WalesWales 47 - 33 JapanJapan

Bowl Semi Final
SamoaSamoa 5 - 19 KenyaKenya

Bowl Semi Final
Scottish RugbyScotland 19 - 21 ArgentinaArgentina

Plate Semi Final
franceFrance 5 - 26 EnglandEngland

Plate Semi Final
australiaAustralia 17 - 0 CanadaCanada

Cup Semi Final
fijiFiji 24 - 19 South Africasa

Cup Semi Final
nzNew Zealand 26 -12 United StatesUSA

SHIELD FINAL
PortugalPORTUGAL 19 - 12 WalesWales

BOWL FINAL
KenyaKENYA 24 - 21 ArgentinaArgentina

PLATE FINAL
EnglandEngland 14 - 21 AUSTRALIAAustralia

THIRD PLACE
South AfricaSOUTH AFRICA 31 - 0 United StatesUSA

CUP FINAL
FijiFIJI 35 - 19 New ZealandNew Zealand


POOLS

POOL A

fijinzSamoaWales

POOL B

ArgentinaCanadaKenyaEngland

POOL C

JapanPortugalsaUSA

POOL D

australiaBrazilfranceScottish Rugby


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16:00

SOUTH AFRICA

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19 - 0

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PORTUGAL

POOL C

2.

16:22

UNITED STATES

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52 - 12

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JAPAN

POOL C

3.

16:44

NEW ZEALAND

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40 - 7

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WALES

POOL A

4.

17:06

FIJI

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36 - 0

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SAMOA

POOL A

5.

17:28

ENGLAND

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19 - 17

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ARGENTINA

POOL B

6.

17:50

KENYA

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22 - 21

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CANADA

POOL B

7.

18:12

SCOTLAND

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7 - 19

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FRANCE

POOL D

8.

18:34

AUSTRALIA

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45 - 0

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BRAZIL

POOL D

9.

18:56

SOUTH AFRICA

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42 - 5

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JAPAN

POOL C

10.

19:18

UNITED STATES

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19 - 7

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PORTUGAL

POOL C

11.

19:40

NEW ZEALAND

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15 - 5

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SAMOA

POOL A

12.

20:02

FIJI

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28 - 24

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WALES

POOL A

13.

20:24

ENGLAND

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12 - 15

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CANADA

POOL B

14.

20:46

KENYA

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14 - 19

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ARGENTINA

POOL B

15.

21:08

SCOTLAND

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38 - 14

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BRAZIL

POOL D

16.

21:30

AUSTRALIA

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31 - 14

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FRANCE

POOL D

SATURDAY 14th FEBRUARY 2015

17.

11:08

PORTUGAL

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21 - 19

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JAPAN

POOL C

18.

11:30

WALES

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19 - 26

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SAMOA

POOL A

19.

11:52

ARGENTINA

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7 - 24

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CANADA

POOL B

20.

12:14

FRANCE

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26 - 7

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BRAZIL

POOL D

21.

12:40

UNITED STATES

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19 - 19

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SOUTH AFRICA

POOL C

22.

13:05

NEW ZEALAND

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12 - 14

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FIJI

POOL A

23.

13:30

ENGLAND

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21 - 14

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KENYA

POOL B

24.

13:52

SCOTLAND

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14 - 40

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AUSTRALIA

POOL D

25.

15:46

SAMOA

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26 - 7

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BRAZIL

BOWL QF

26.

16:08

PORTUGAL

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7 - 17

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KENYA

BOWL QF

27.

16:30

SCOTLAND

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19 - 14

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WALES

BOWL QF

28.

16:52

ARGENTINA

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15 - 12

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JAPAN

BOWL QF

29.

17:14

FIJI

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31 - 5

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FRANCE

CUP QF

30.

17:36

SOUTH AFRICA

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21 - 14

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ENGLAND

CUP QF

31.

17:58

AUSTRALIA

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7 - 28

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NEW ZEALAND

CUP QF

32.

18:20

CANADA

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0 - 20

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UNITED STATES

CUP QF

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