Kenya 7s

Commonwealth Rugby 7s Games standings and day one results

st Japan on day two of the HSBC Singapore Sevens at Singapore National Stadium on 10 April, 2022 in Kallang, Singapore. Photo credit: Mike Lee - KLC fotos for World Rugby
Kenya 7s Billy Odhiambo scores a try against Japan on day two of the HSBC Singapore Sevens at Singapore National Stadium on 10 April, 2022 in Kallang, Singapore. Photo credit: Mike Lee - KLC fotos for World Rugby

Commonwealth Rugby 7s Games day one saw the sides play two matches each in the pool stage with defending Champions New Zealand, Kenya 7s, Fiji, South Africa, and Scotland maintaining a 100%win record.

Australia also stayed unbeaten while England and Wales bounced back to winning ways after disappointing opening rounds.

Scotland and South Africa joined Kenya 7s in the men’s quarter-finals while Fiji, and New Zealand lead their pools with perfect win records.

Pool D

Kenya 7s finished the first day of competition on top of the table after picking up two victories. In the first match of the day, Damian McGrath’s charges scored five tries to defeat neighbours Uganda 7s 27-14.

Shujaa then scored seven tries in the second pool round encounter against Jamaica, winning 45-0 to go to the quarterfinals. They have six points while Australia who beat Jamaica 62-0 and drew 12-12 with Uganda are on five points.

Uganda are on three points following a draw and a loss. Jamaica have two points after two losses.  Kenya and Australia will meet in the final pool game with the winner set to top the pool.

Commonwealth Games Pool D. Photo Courtesy/Commonwealth Games

Commonwealth Games Pool D. Photo Courtesy/Commonwealth Games

Pool A 

New Zealand lead Pool A after pummeling Sri Lanka 63-5 with nine converted tries in their first match. They stretched their lead to six points after edging Samoa 19-17 in the second match of the day.

They will win the pool if they defeat England in the last game of the group on Saturday.

Samoa are second in the pool with four points after their loss to the All Blacks sevens, which earned them a point in addition to the three points they gained in the first round’s 34-0 triumph against England.

England are in third place with four points, while Sri Lanka is in last place with two points.

 

Commonwealth Games Pool A. Photo Courtesy/Commonwealth Games

Commonwealth Games Pool D. Photo Courtesy/Commonwealth Games

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Pool B

In Pool B, Scotland and South Africa each won two games for six points. Scotland, who lead the pool, thrashed Tonga 41-0 and Malaysia 50-12 for six points.

South Africa, on their part, whipped Malaysia and Tonga 46-0 and 36-5, respectively. On Saturday, Scotland and SA will square off in a Pool B finale.

Commonwealth Games Pool B. Photo Courtesy/Commonwealth.

Commonwealth Games Pool B. Photo Courtesy/Commonwealth.

Pool C

Olympic champions Fiji, who have never won Commonwealth gold, sit on top of pool C after beating Zambia convincingly 52-0 followed by a hard fought win over Canada by a 19-12 score. Zambia scored their first ever Commonwealth Games try in a 38-5 defeat to Wales, who were earlier beaten 31-0 by Canada and will likely need to pull off a shock result against Fiji to progress to the quarter-finals.

Commonwealth Games Pool C. Photo Courtesy/Commonwealth.

Commonwealth Games Pool C. Photo Courtesy/Commonwealth.

Commonwealth Games Sevens Men’s Pools

A New Zealand,  England,  Samoa,  Sri Lanka
B South Africa, Scotland, Tonga, Malaysia
C Fiji,  Canada,  Wales,  Zambia
D Australia,  Kenya 7s,  Uganda, Jamaica

Women’s Pools
A New Zealand, Canada, England, Sri Lanka
B Australia, Fiji, Scotland, South Africa

Commonwealth Games Rugby 7s Results 

Friday 29th July – Day One Round One Pool Games
01 Pool B Women – Australia 38-0South Africa
02 Pool B Women – Fiji 31-12  Scotland
03 Pool A Women – England  57-0 Sri Lanka
04 Pool A Women – New Zealand 45-7 Canada
05 Pool D Men – Australia 62-0  Jamaica
06 Pool D Men – Kenya 7s 27-14 Uganda
07 Pool A Men – New Zealand 63-5 Sri Lanka
08 Pool A Men – England 0-34 Samoa
09 Pool B Men – South Africa 46-0 Malaysia
10 Pool B Men – Scotland 41-0 Tonga
11 Pool C Men – Canada 31-0 Wales
12 Pool C Men – Fiji 52-0 Zambia


Friday 29th July – Day One Round Two Pool Games
13 Pool B Women – Fiji 41-0 South Africa
14 Pool B Women – Australia 50-0  Scotland
15 Pool A Women – New Zealand 60-0 Sri Lanka
16 Pool A Women – Canada 26-19  England
17 Pool D Men – Kenya 7s 45-0 Jamaica
18 Pool D Men – Australia 12-12  Uganda
19 Pool A Men – England 47-19  Sri Lanka
20 Pool A Men – New Zealand 19-17 Samoa
21 Pool B Men – Scotland 50-12 Malaysia
22 Pool B Men – South Africa 36-5 Tonga
23 Pool C Men – Wales 38-5 Zambia
24 Pool C Men – Fiji 19-12  Canada

Saturday 30th July – Day Two – Round Three Pool Games

25 Pool B Women – Scotland v South Africa
26 Pool B Women – Australia v Fiji
27 Pool A Women – Canada v Sri Lanka
28 Pool A Women – New Zealand v England
29 Pool D Men – Uganda v Jamaica
30 Pool D Men – Australia v Kenya 7s
31 Pool A Men – Samoa v Sri Lanka
32 Pool A Men – New Zealand v England
33 Pool B Men – Tonga v Malaysia
34 Pool B Men – South Africa v Scotland
35 Pool C Men – Canada v Zambia
36 Pool C Men – Fiji  v Wales

Saturday 30th July – Day Two – Knock out Positional Play-Offs
37 Women’s 5-8 Semi-final 1
38 Women’s 5-8 Semi-final 2
39 Men’s 9-16 Quarter-final 1
40 Men’s 9-16 Quarter-final 2
41 Men’s 9-16 Quarter-final 3
42 Men’s 9-16 Quarter-final 4
43 Women’s Semi-final 1
44 Women’s Semi-final 2
45 Men’s Quarter-final 1
46 Men’s Quarter-final 2
47 Men’s Quarter-final 3
48 Men’s Quarter-final 4

Sunday 31st July – Day Three – Knock out Positional Play Offs
49 Men’s 13-16 Semi-final 1
50 Men’s 13-16 Semi-final 2
51 Men’s 9-12 Semi-final 1
52 Men’s 9-12 Semi-final 2
53 Men’s 5-8 Semi-final 1
54 Men’s 5-8 Semi-final 2
55 Men’s Semi-final 1
56 Men’s Semi-final 2

Sunday 31st – Day Three – Final Positional & Medal Play Offs
57 Women’s Playoff for 7th
58 Women’s Playoff for 5th
59 Men’s Playoff for 13th
60 Men’s Playoff for 9th
61 Men’s Playoff for 5th
62 Women’s Bronze Match
63 Men’s Bronze Medal Match
64 Women’s Gold Medal Match
65 Men’s Gold Medal Match

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