October 15, 2012
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Fiji grouped with finalists in Dubai

The Digicel Fiji 7s team has been grouped with Kenya, Spain, and Scotland for the next round of the 2012/2013 HSBC 7s World Series in Dubai later next month.

Kenya lost to South Africa in the 3/4th playoffs of the Gold Coast 7s, Spain beat England to win the Bowl and Scotland oust the US to win the Shield.

Having failed to reach the Cup quarter finals in Australia, defending Dubai champions England face a tough task with pool matches against South Africa and Samoa as well as Portugal.

The Emirates Airline Dubai Rugby 7s is scheduled for 30 November-1 December 2012.

Fiji currently lead the HSBC 7s World Series 2012/13 after they successfully defended the Australia 7s by a 32-14 win over New Zealand last night. They currently lie on 22 points ahead of New Zealand (19), South Africa (17), Kenya (15) and Argentina (13).

Pool A
Fiji, Kenya, Spain, Scotland

Pool B
New Zealand, Argentina, Wales, Russia

Pool C
South Africa, Samoa, England, Portugal

Pool D
France, Australia, Canada, USA

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