June 04, 2018
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Leaders Fiji in tough pool for Paris 7s

Current HSBC World Sevens Series leaders Fiji have been drawn in a tough pool for this weekend’s Paris 7s.

The Gareth Baber coached side is in Pool A with arch rivals New Zealand, Kenya and Pacific neighbours Samoa.

Pool B comprises of South Africa, Canada, Russia and Scotland while Pool C has an invitational team (TBC), Australia, Wales and Spain.

Pool D comprises of England, United States of America, Argentina and France.

Fiji currently leads the standings with 167 points while South Africa is in second place with 160 points and New Zealand sits on the third spot with 133 points.

By Reginald Chandar

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