SA to face Fiji in NZ

2010-12-17 13:25
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Johannesburg - South Africa have been drawn against Fiji, France and Canada in the third leg of the 2010/11 IRB World Sevens Series in Wellington, New Zealand in February, the International Rugby Board announced on Friday.

The Springbok Sevens team are lying fifth in the standings with 24 points after winning the plate finals in the first two legs in Dubai and George.

England, who won in Dubai and reached the final in George, lead with 44 points.

New Zealand, who won in George, are four points behind in second.

The log leaders will face Wales, the United States and the Cook Islands.

New Zealand were drawn against Argentina, Scotland and Papua New Guinea.

Title-holders Samoa will play Australia, Kenya and Tonga.

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