Sevens

Blitzbokke set up Samoa clash

2011-12-10 13:24
Mark Richards (Gallo Images)
Cape Town - The South African Sevens team have beaten France in their Cup quarter-final at the Port Elizabeth leg of the HSBC World Sevens Series on Saturday.

The Blitzbokke won 26-12 after the scores were level at 12-all at half-time.

The Blitzbokke scored tries through Johannes Prinsloo, Cecil Afrika (2) and Bernado Botha. Branco du Preez was on target with three conversions.

The Blitzbokke will play Samoa in the semi-finals at 16:59, after Samoa beat Wales 21-12 in their quarter-final.

The second semi-final, scheduled for 17:21, will see England face New Zealand.

The Cup final is scheduled for 19:40.

 

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