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Fixtures Day Two ~ NOW ON LIVE ! ~

25. RESULT  Wales 19 – 12
 Tonga QF Bowl
 Scotland 38 – 12
 Spain QF Bowl
 Kenya 34 – 00  Portugal QF Bowl
 France 14 – 12  United States QF Bowl
29. RESULT  England 21 – 05  Samoa QF Cup
 Canada 00 – 24  New Zealand QF Cup
31. RESULT  Australia 00 – 10  South Africa QF Cup
32. RESULT  Fiji 29 – 07  Argentina QF Cup
Tonga 12 – 17  Spain SF Shield
Portugal 10 – 31  United States SF Shield
Wales 00 – 28  Scotland SF Bowl
Kenya 24 – 07  France SF Bowl
Samoa 00 – 27  Canada SF Plate
Australia 34 – 00  Argentina SF Plate
England 00 – 31  New Zealand SF Cup
40. RESULT South Africa 10 – 00  Fiji SF Cup
Spain 12 – 28  United States Final Shield
 Scotland 14 – 24  Kenya Final Bowl
43. RESULT  Canada 10 – 12  Australia Final Plate
 England 07 – 14  Fiji Third Place
 New Zealand 21 – 00  South Africa Final Cup


Wellington Sevens: Reaction

Wellington Sevens: Reaction

Kenya won all three matches on day two to win the Bowl in Wellington

 A jubilant Australian captain, Ed Jenkins, Plate winners: “I’m over the moon, To be down 10-0 against such a good side is really pleasing. It’s a tough stadium and we don’t get much support here. Possession and territory is key now and not being turned over the whole time.”

Collins Injera, Kenya captain, Bowl winners: “It feels good, after our day one, it wasn’t quite what we wanted. We focussed, we wanted three wins and we got three wins. It is different this year, we just need to keep adapting and ticking the boxes. If we do we will come a long way. It it is why I am in the team, I still have the strength and speed to do it.”

Carlin Isles, USA’s top try scorer in Wellington: “We are happy, we are pleased on day two. Not exactly how we wanted it to go, but always good to get the win. I am having a great time, I love this sport, I love Rugby and it is a blessing to me, of course I will be in Tokyo. The more time I get to play, the better. I love inspiring people and I love what it has done to me and my team.”


Santiago Gomez Cora, Argentina coach, on reaching the Cup quarter finals: “The first target is to get to the Cup quarter finals and we have done that so we are very happy to do that. The rain makes you change the entire way you play. Our team is trying to play very open and wide, but it is difficult to pass the ball and open the field, but it is impossible so we had to change all our ideas to just keep the ball and stay close.”

On the Olympic qualification process: “It was awesome, for us, if Brazil is going directly we have a big opportunity to go with them and for the women’s too. Brazil can be a great side in a few years, so it is great for them to have space to go to the Olympics.”

Geraint John, Canada coach, on reaching the Cup quarter finals: “The big thing we wanted to do was pick up where we left off in Las Vegas. Very pleasing and also nice to ease Sean, Nathan and Ciaran back in. They have been out for a while so it is important for us to do that.”

On the Olympic qualification process: “I think everyone knew, and us and USA our aim is to get in the top four. But we have another chance, we have our qualifier and as everyone says they are looking forward to that USA v Canada final, so I am sure everyone else will enjoy, but maybe not so much for the coaches. Our goal is to keep planning ready for that qualification process.”

Paul Treu, Kenya Sevens coach on a disappointing day one: “Disappointing day, this is not where we want to be. Two rounds in a row where we didn’t qualify for the Cup, but I think there are lessons for the players. Our error rate, it is incredible to think, we can’t play without the ball and sometimes we have it and give it straight away. But valuable lessons learnt, and I am glad we could finish the day on a high.”

On the Olympic qualification process: “It is going to be tough, with Brazil as the host team there are only 11 spots left. The Series next year will be hotly contested but it will be hugely exciting and it is all to play for. Most teams would like to finish in the top four, and we would rather not go through the regional route. But this is why we play this season, and why we play next season, there isn’t going to be a bigger event than the Olympics and we all want to be a part of it. Every single team is going to go all out and make sure they are part of the spectacle.”

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