All Blacks Sevens advance to Rugby World Cup Sevens semi finals

All Blacks Sevens advance to Rugby World Cup Sevens semi finals

Retired Fijian legend Waisale Serevi is the only player to have appeared in four Rugby World Cup Sevens tournaments and he is also the record points scorer with 297 points to his name.

Jordan Conroy ran in for a hat-trick as Kenya were put to the sword 24-14.

France, who had earlier stunned Olympic champions Australia to reach the final for the first time, were never in contention.

Baber also paid tribute to the way that Radradra, Nakarawa and other recent additions to the Fiji squad had fitted in.

"Going back-to-back is something we've talked about. Hopefully we can cause another surprise this weekend".

The Scots battled into the last eight after an astonishing comeback to defeat Kenya.

Should they beat the Scots they'll progress to the semi-final against the victor of the match between hosts U.S. and England.

But Scotland reeled off unanswered tries from Harvey Elms, Scott Riddell and two from Jamie Farndale as well as a penalty try to seal a sensational 31-26 victory in stoppage time.

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The Blitzboks hurt the Irish after the kickoff again when Soyizwapi ran in his hat trick in a way that nearly made it look just too easy (38-0) after Rosko Specman created some magic.

Samoa cut the deficit to just two points at the start of the second half, but England held on, with a pass from Ollie Lindsay-Hague helping Richard de Carpentier score their third try of the match.

South Africa will play England in the semi-final.

Rugby World Cup Sevens will see the introduction of an innovative new "knock-out" style format meaning that teams will have to win every match to be crowned World Cup winners in both the men's and women's competitions.

New Zealand will play the United States in Saturday's semi-finals.

The men's team booked a clash with Fiji in tomorrow's semifinals, after a 12-7 quarter-final victory over France where they earned more yellow cards than tries.

New Zealand, meanwhile, were anything but impressive as they scraped past France 12-7 to progress. The English won a pulsating quarter-final 24-19 that went into extra time after the scores were tied 19-all.

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