As it happened: Cape Town Sevens results

2015-12-13 16:00

Cape Town - Kick-off times and fixtures for the Cape Town leg of the HSBC World Cup Sevens Series set to take place on the weekend of December 12 and 13 at the Cape Town Stadium.

The Blitzboks have been drawn in Pool B.

Saturday, December 12

USA 26-19 Wales

Australia 45-0 Portugal

Fiji 34-19 Scotland

Argentina 33-5 Russia

New Zealand 19-14 France

Samoa 24-10 Canada

England 19-19 Kenya

South Africa 26-5 Zimbabwe - MATCH REPORT

USA 52-7 Portugal

Australia 21-14 Wales

Fiji 52-0 Russia

Argentina 19-14 Scotland

New Zealand 12-24 Canada

Samoa 19-22 France

England 43-0 Zimbabwe

South Africa 12-14 Kenya - MATCH REPORT

Wales 40-5 Portugal

USA 21-26 Australia

Scotland 33-10 Russia

Fiji 43-0 Argentina

France 26-26 Canada

New Zealand 19-10 Samoa

Kenya 36-0 Zimbabwe

South Africa 10-0 England - MATCH REPORT

Sunday, December 13

Scotland 26-14 Samoa - Bowl QF 1

Wales 21-12 Zimbabwe - Bowl QF 2

Canada 55-0 Russia - Bowl QF 3

England 49-7 Portugal - Bowl QF 4

Fiji 14-17 France - Cup QF 1

South Africa 25-5 Australia - Cup QF 2 - MATCH REPORT

New Zealand 19-22 Argentina (after extra-time) - Cup QF 3

Kenya 26-10 USA - Cup QF 4

Samoa 33-0 Zimbabwe - Shield SF 1

Russia 38-5 Portugal - Shield SF 2

Scotland 29-14 Wales - Bowl SF 1

Canada 14-21 England - Bowl SF 2

Fiji 38-19 Australia - Plate SF 1

New Zealand 14-28 USA - Plate SF 2

France v South Africa 12-21 Cup SF1 - MATCH REPORT

Argentina 24-22 Kenya - Cup SF 2

Samoa 40-5 Russia - Shield Final

Scotland 19-0 England - Bowl Final

Fiji 29-19 USA - Plate Final

France 28-26 Kenya - 3rd/4th place

South Africa 29-14 Argentina - Cup Final

The HSBC World Rugby Cape Town Sevens draw:

Pool A: Fiji, Argentina, Scotland, Russia

Pool B: England, South Africa, Kenya, Zimbabwe

Pool C: USA, Australia, Wales, Portugal

Pool D: New Zealand, Samoa, France, Canada

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