Sevens

SA draw Australia in London

2012-05-08 11:15
Blitzbokke coach Paul Treu (File)
Dublin - The IRB has confirmed the pool draw for the ninth and final round of the HSBC Sevens World Series, the London Sevens to be played at Twickenham on May 12-13.

According to the IRB website, the draw was made before the Cup final of the penultimate round in Glasgow, won by New Zealand.

As Glasgow champions, New Zealand top Pool A and will play matches against Argentina, Russia and Kenya.

Glasgow runners-up England head Pool B on home soil and will take on Samoa, France and USA on day one.

New Zealand's closest Series rivals, Fiji, were drawn top of Pool C and will play Wales, Spain and Zimbabwe.

Finally, Australia head Pool D and face a tough trio of matches against South Africa, Scotland and Portugal.

 

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