Published: Mon, April 09, 2018
Medical | By Bryan Strickland

Shujaa stun New Zealand, into Hong Kong final

Shujaa stun New Zealand, into Hong Kong final

Fiji beat Kenya 24-12 in the finals of the Hong Kong Sevens to take home the crown.

"It is nice to have finished this for the individuals of Fiji and people who have been affected by the floods in Fiji", defined Fiji coach Gareth Baber.

"We've talked about it all week - what we could do to lift the worries and stresses people are having in their lives - and I thought the players did admirably this weekend".

Thereafter, Fiji threatened through Joshua Vakurunabili but fell short after he tried to offload to a charging teammate, but as he off loaded, Ambaka took off Samisoni Viriviri the ball and with it came a yellow card, leaving Kenya for dead, and with only five men.

Oscar Ouma scored a consolation try and the subsequent conversation made it 24-12 but Fiji held on for the win.

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Making an appearance in the Hong Kong semis for the first time, Kenya was drawn against third-placed New Zealand while South Africa faced Fiji in the other semi-final match.

"Hong Kong is at all times particular for us, we respect and honor the custom that Fiji has with the Hong Kong Sevens".

All four Hong Kong semifinalists will feature on the Gold Coast, with Olympic champion Fiji favoured to win its first Commonwealth gold medal.

They also kept hold of their lead in the World Rugby Seven Series and head to Singapore from April 28-29 on 126 points to Fiji's 123, with three legs left in the series to play.

Japan have been promoted to the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2019 after beating Germany in the annual world series qualifier in Hong Kong. "They've got World Series experience as well so we'll have to be on our game tomorrow morning to compete against them".

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