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Australia take Fifth Place at Dubai Sevens

The Australian Men’s Sevens team has won the Fifth Placed Final against Samoa 22-17, to ensure the side finished just outside the top four for crucial Series points in Dubai this morning.

The Aussie 7s fell to a fast finishing English side (19-26) in the Cup Quarter Finals, before bouncing back to defeat Kenya (19-12) and Samoa in the Fifth Place Final.

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Springbok Sevens go back-to-back in Dubai, take series lead

The Springbok Sevens team won a second Emirates Airline Dubai Sevens title in as many years at The Sevens Stadium on Saturday and again took an early lead in the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series.

The Blitzboks outplayed New Zealand 24-12 in a hard-fought final to keep their unbeaten record in Dubai in 2017 intact, following wins over Samoa (26-10) and Fiji (12-7) in the quarterfinals and semifinals of the tournament respectively.

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Australia wins Dubai Sevens to kick start massive year of Sevens in style

The Australian Women’s Sevens team has won the first leg of the HSBC Sevens World Series in Dubai, defeating the USA in the Cup Final 34-0.

Australia accounted for England (29-12) and Canada (25-7) in the Quarter Finals and Semi Finals respectively before putting on a clinical display in the Final, out gunning the Americans six tries to zero.

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Springbok Sevens to face Samoa in Dubai Cup quarters

The Springbok Sevens team opened their defence of the Emirates Airline Dubai Sevens on a positive note, finishing top of pool A on Day One of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series opener.

The Blitzboks beat Uganda 19-10, Kenya 48-5 and Canada 28-0 in a performance that picked up intensity as the side found momentum as the day progressed.

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Valuable experience picked up by Springbok Women's Sevens

Springbok Women's Sevens coach, Renfred Dazel, will leave Dubai with more boxes ticked than not after his team delivered a much stronger performance on Day Two of the Emirates Airline Dubai Sevens tournament, the first of the HSBC World Rugby Women's Sevens Series, played at The Sevens Stadium, on Friday.

The South Africans bounced back from a disappointing effort on Day One by beating Fiji 17-14 and then took Ireland all the way in the final of the Challenge Trophy, in the end losing 24-7 in a performance much more to the character and effort shown by the team on Day Two of the tournament.

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