Sevens

Blitzbokke down France

2012-12-08 17:00
Paul Delport (Gallo)
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Cape Town - The South African Sevens team have beaten France 12-5 in their HSBC Word Series Port Elizabeth leg campaign on Saturday.

Earlier on Saturday the Blitzbokke beat Samoa 29-7 after leading 17-7 at half-time.

The Blitzbokke will face Australia (19:36) in their remaining Pool A match later on Saturday.

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