2017–18 World Rugby Sevens Series

Mortymoose

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#44
This is becoming very frustrating...

We know that these guys are capable, but of late, they seem to be blowing it!

Unable to compete at finals!
 
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#45
Just a question.
I was watching Powell a few times talking to the boys during halftime in their games. Do those black players understand Afrikaans?
 
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#48
Playing for 3rd place in Vegas against Fiji after losing in the semi's against Argentina (12 - 10)
dammit!!!!
 

akescpt

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#53
holy ****. we really lose to argentina? just surprise cos games i have seen against them have been almost always one sided.

then the ****ing states winning their home leg. unbelievable. i love their commitment to new ventures. from practically nothing to winning their home leg. crazy. they must be over the moon.
 

DanDango

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#58
HSBC Sevens World Series Hong Kong | FIXTURES
All times CAT (SA, GMT+2)
April 2018
7 South Africa v England 10:24
7 Spain v Canada 10:48
7 Kenya v Australia 11:10
7 Russia v Samoa 11:32
7 Fiji v New Zealand 11:54
8 A3 v D4 03:30
8 C3 v B4 03:52
8 D3 v A4 04:14
8 B3 v C4 04:36
8 A1 v D2 04:58
8 C1 v B2 05:20
8 D1 v A2 05:42
8 B1 v C2 06:07
8 Loser Match 25 v Loser Match 26 07:16
8 Loser Match 27 v Loser Match 28 07:43
8 Winner Match 25 v Winner Match 26 08:05
8 Winner Match 27 v Winner Match 28 08:30
8 Loser QF1 v Loser QF2 08:55
8 Loser QF3 v Loser QF4 09:17
8 Winner QF1 v Winner QF2 09:41
8 Winner QF3 v Winner QF4 10:03
8 Winner Match 33 v Winner Match 34 11:00
8 Winner Match 35 v Winner Match 36 11:30
8 Winner Match 37 v Winner Match 38 12:00
8 Loser SF1 v Loser SF2 12:30
8 Winner SF1 v Winner SF2 13:00
 

DanDango

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#59
HSBC Sevens World Series Hong Kong | RESULTS
April 2018
7 Scotland 61 - 7 South Korea
7 USA 31 - 17 Argentina
7 Wales 19 - 7 France
7 Fiji 36 - 14 Russia
7 New Zealand 19 - 12 Samoa
7 Kenya 26 - 0 Spain
7 Australia 14 - 34 Canada
7 South Africa 31 - 17 Scotland
7 England 47 - 7 South Korea
7 USA 47 - 5 Wales
7 Argentina 31 - 14 France
6 Fiji 31 - 12 Samoa
6 New Zealand 36 - 5 Russia
6 Kenya 33 - 10 Canada
6 Australia 12 - 17 Spain
6 South Africa 45 - 0 South Korea
6 England 19 - 22 Scotland
6 USA 24 - 24 France
6 Argentina 31 - 10 Wales
 

DanDango

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#60
Blitzboks down England, power to quarters https://www.sport24.co.za/Rugby/Sevens/blitzboks-down-england-power-to-quarters-20180407

Cape Town - The Springbok Sevens team have advanced through to the quarter-finals after beating England in their final Pool C encounter at the Hong Kong Sevens on Saturday.

The Blitzboks, who led 14-10 at the break, won 33-15.

Springbok Sevens stand-in coach Marius Schoeman's side ran in five tries against the young England team, who failed to reach the Cup quarter-finals.

This is a second-string South African team, with the first-choice side on Commonwealth Games duty on Australia's Gold Coast.

Earlier in the day, the Blitzboks cruised to a 31-17 victory over Scotland and romped to a a 45-0 win over South Korea on Friday.

South Africa and Scotland have advanced through to the Cup quarter-finals.

Scorers:

South Africa

Tries: Stedman Gans (2), Selvyn Davids (2), Mfundo Ndhlovu

Conversions: Dewald Human, S Davids (3)

England

Tries: Alex Davis, Will Wilson, Will Edwards

The Springbok Sevens squad:

1. Heino Bezuidenhout, 2. Ryan Oosthuizen, 3. Zain Davids, 4. Marco Labuschagne, 5. Mosolwa Mafuma, 6. James Murphy, 7. Selvyn Davids, 8. Dewald Human (captain), 9. Rhyno Smith, 10. Stedman Gans, 11. Muller du Plessis, 12. Mfundo Ndhlovu, 13. Sandile Ngcobo*
 
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