Sevens

Blitzbokke thump Japan

2013-06-29 11:01
Branco du Preez (Gallo Images)
Cape Town - The Springbok Sevens side on Saturday outclassed Japan in their second Rugby World Cup Sevens match in Moscow.

The Blitzbokke won 33-0, after leading 14-0 at half-time.

They scored five tries, with Philip Snyman and Junior Springbok Seabelo Senatla both bagging a brace. Senatla's team-mate at the recent IRB Junior World Championship, Cheslin Kolbe, scored the other try.

The South Africans face Scotland later on Saturday (17:16 SA time) to complete their group stage play.

Paul Treu's men started the tournament well on Friday when they beat hosts, Russia, 31-0.

Scorers:

South Africa:

Tries: Philip Snyman (2), Cheslin Kolbe, Seabelo Senatla (2)

Conversions: Branco du Preez (4)

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