Cape Town - Kenya vice-captain Collins Injera left a costly mark on the
London Sevens tournament after celebrating his 200th international
try by pulling a pen out of his sock and signing a television camera.
Injera used a permanent marker on the lens,
which cost about £60 000 (R1.1 million), after scoring in a 24-12 win over
Japan at Twickenham on Sunday.
The practice is common in tennis, but winning players sign a protective
covering instead of the lens - and do not use permanent markers.
Fiji were crowned 2014/15 HSBC World Sevens Series champions, with the USA taking the honours in London.
Kenya finished in 13th spot overall.