Hong Kong Sevens – The blue team in the end against New Zealand, the guys are very fair against Fiji

Hong Kong Sevens – The blue team in the end against New Zealand, the guys are very fair against Fiji

The Blues finished the group stage perfectly with a late-match victory over New Zealand (26-21). The boys fell to Fiji (7-14), but reached the quarter-finals.

Like the boys who beat the wire against Australia the day beforeIt was the girls who clinched their last-minute success this time. Trailing by two wickets at half-time by the New Zealanders, Anne-Cecile Ciofani's teammates did not attack the second half in the best way by quickly conceding another attempt. Chloe Jacquet was the first to launch the revolution, before Seraphine Okemba announced victory for her team after the siren sounded, with the final score (26-21). After their victories Against Brazil Then against Great Britain, the Blues will face the Irish in the quarter-finals, with the match scheduled for 9:57 a.m.

Boys in quarters

Nelson Ibe couldn't do anything. Despite a convincing match, the French lost to the Fijians. In the struggle until the end, the Blues suffered from a numerical deficiency after the yellow card received by Antoine Zaghdar, and finally conceded an attempt in the last moments of the match. A defeat that will not stop Antoine Dupont's former and future teammates from watching the quarter-final where they will face Spain at 11.35am on RugbyPass TV like the other matches in the competition.

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