Kenya got off to their Wellington 7s campaign to a flying start in the International Rugby Board (IRB) HSBC series with 35-10 win over Australia.

Collins Injera and Sydney Ashioya each touched down twice before former captain Humphrey Kayange completed the rout against the fancied Aussies.
Injera was at it again scoring twice-his 128th try in their 26-17 loss to who France were able to win their second match after losing 14-19 to Canada.

Australia recovered to beat Canada 14-12 to ensure each side in Pool D sit on four points after the first two rounds of pool matches.
Kenya now plays Canada in a crunch match with Australia playing France with the winners of the two matches sailing through to the finals.

South Africa became the first side to win both of their opening two pool matches, adding a 43-0 victory against the Cook Islands thanks to two tries from Cornal Hendricks to an earlier defeat of the USA.
England also made it two wins from two in Pool B as they also beat the USA 29-0 adding to an earlier 27-12 win against the Cook Islands.
New Zealand went ahead and thrashed Japan 54-0 as Tomasi Cama scored 24 for the hosts to maintain their 100 percent record in group A.
The defending champions New Zealand began their campaign against Scotland, recovering from a 7-0 deficit at half-time to secure a 29-7 victory thanks to a hat-trick from DJ Forbes and book their place in the Cup quarter-finals.

Tonga stunned Pacific neighbours Fiji, beating the current joint Series leaders 17-14 with Jack Ram scoring two tries in the victory in Pool C.

Fiji won here two years ago and got their campaign off to a fine start with a 31-0 victory against Argentina thanks to 11 points from Osea Kolinisau but were unable to cope with Tonga.
The Pumas have struggled for consistency this season, reaching a Cup semi final in Dubai but otherwise flattering to deceive and lost to World Cup champions Wales 19-7 meaning they now enter the Bowl competition.

Wales, who beat Fiji 48-0 in the Plate final in South Africa, met Tonga in their first match which ended in a thrilling 14-14 draw.
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