After the Singapore stage, Fiji and the All Blacks saw their teams return to form, with the Men’s Sevens World Series being held in Vancouver on Saturday and Sunday.
Within a week of the end of Singapore, which saw huge returns from Fiji (Gold) and All Blacks (Silver), Men’s Sevens World Series Encore this Easter weekend April 16 and 17 In Vancouver, In Canada.
It will be particularly interesting to see if maritime citizens, including Australia, which is ranked third in Singapore, can reflect on last week’s jobs and what its reaction will be. Leaders of South Africa, Which suffered a severe exit in the quarter in the Asian city-state. Among Europeans, will Ireland’s golden moment continue? Will France and England raise their heads?
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These are the predicted cross-sections Team status. In Division A, the Fiji Olympic champions face the United States, Kenya and England. B Pool sees New Zealand number one with Samoa, Wales and Japan. Pool C faces Australia and South Africa, as well as Spain and Canada. Finally, in Pool D, teams from Ireland, Argentina, France and Scotland clashed.
Vancouver Leg 2022 takes place in the Sevens World Series Saturday, April 16 at 6 p.m. Now with the rivalry between the Italian, the Poomas and the French. Qualifying matches will be held on Sunday from 4 am to midnight. So evening and Easter night live elimination matches are plannedThe quarterfinals start at 19:40, the semifinals at 23:44 and 00:06 on Monday, the final for the bronze at 2:28 and the final between Sunday and Sunday and Sunday at 2:58 p.m. Monday, with the time zone of Rome.
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Sevens World Series 2022 – Vancouver, Canada
- Pool A: Fiji, USA, Kenya, UK
- Group B: New Zealand, Samoa, Wales, Japan
- Pool C: Australia, South Africa, Spain, Canada
- Group D: Ireland, Argentina, France, Scotland
Classification Men after five matches *: South Africa 98, Australia 83, Argentina 83, USA 67, Ireland 61, France 54, Fiji 46.
* The final classification will take into account the top seven results for each team.
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