January 22, 2022
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Big guns remain unbeaten in Malaga 7s

South Africa, England, Argentina, France, United States of America, Australia and Ireland stay unbeaten in Malaga 7s after two rounds of pool matches.

South Africa and England had a win each over Scotland and progress to the Cup quarters after getting default wins over absent Fiji.

Argentina was another impressive outfit on the opening day.

The Pumas thumped hosts Spain 40-12 and thrashed Jamaica 31-7.

Australia thumped Japan 42-12 after being held 12-12 by Germany in its opening match.

The final round of pool matches will commence at 10.27pm.

Day 1 Results: Argentina 40-12 Spain, USA 47-0 Jamaica, England 24-17 Scotland, Australia 42-0 Japan, Ireland 24-7 Germany, France 38-5 Canada, Kenya 14-19 Wales, Argentina 31-7 Jamaica, USA 19-14 Spain, South Africa 27-7 Scotland, Australia 12-12 Germany, Ireland 33-14 Japan, France 38-10 Wales, Kenya 17-19 Canada.

By Reginald Chandar


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