The Toulouse Dream Team has been released after the conclusion of the voting process.
The Dream Team has three Fijians led by Player of the Final Waisea Nacuqu, their Toulouse top try and top point scorer- Kaminieli Rasaku and Josua Vakurunabili.
Ireland’s Terry Kennedy who bagged seven tries as his side reached the maiden final and also won the DHL Impact player has made the cut.
The team also has Samoan duo Vaa Apelu Maliko and Uaina Sione and Australian Corey Toole.
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The teams have arrived in England’s capital ready to showcase the speed, skill and drama of world-class rugby sevens in front of a huge crowd, with more than 68,000 tickets already sold for the penultimate round of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2022.
Competition will be intense as Argentina enter the tournament in pole position at the top of the Series rankings for the first time ever, the South Americans have 118 points after seven rounds, ahead of South Africa on 116 points and Australia with 110 points.
Double Olympic champions Fiji will enter the event high on confidence after reaching the final in the last three rounds, winning gold twice in Toulouse and Singapore. Fiji are defending champions in London having won the title the last time the event took place in 2019.
Despite missing two rounds, Fiji could yet be in with a chance to clinch the Series title as only the best seven from nine results will count towards the final Series position in a unique scoring system introduced to ensure fairness in this COVID-19 affected year.
— World Rugby Sevens (@WorldRugby7s) May 25, 2022
Dream Team: Waisea Nacuqu, Josua Vakurunabili, Kaminieli Rasaku, Terry Kennedy, Vaa Apelu Maliko, Uaina Sione Corey Toole.