Fiji and New Zealand were unbeaten after an action-packed opener to the sixth round of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series in Vancouver today. "All the teams now are very hard to play against, not like before".
They progress to the Cup quarter-finals and face Argentina and US respectively.
It was an even contest throughout the opening seven minutes with neither side seriously testing the try line, until Oscar Ouma latched onto the ball in space and broke England's defensive line for a 0-7 half-time lead.
Fiji had edged South Africa 15-12 in the semi-finals courtesy of second-half tries from Kalione Nasoko and Amenoni Nasilasila.
Uruguay join Canada in the Challenge Trophy quarter-finals alongside Samoa, Wales, France, Spain, Scotland and Russian Federation. Samoa join Wales in the Challenge Trophy.
South Africa, who beat Russian Federation 38-7 and thumped Scotland 21-0 to finish second in the group, face Australia.
The Fijians started their Pool C campaign at BC Place with a thumping 45-5 win over Spain before beating France 38-7 and Kenya 24-21.
Alasio Naduva and Paula Dranisinukula also scored after the break.
In their final match of the day, Canada beat Uruguay 47-5 but just missed out on a place in the quarter-finals after Australia beat the United States 31-21 in the closing Pool A contest.
Three tries in the first seven minutes put New Zealand on the road to victory over the Blitzboks.
Olympic champions Fiji have claimed the Canada Sevens after prevailing over Kenya in a tense final to close in on South Africa at the top of the overall standings. New Zealand Captain Scott Curry spoke to us about his sides clean sweep on day one in Canada.
Despite an early scare from Las Vegas winners, USA, in the beginning of the game, Shujaa made a stunning comeback to beat the Americans 24-19 and book a finals slot against Fiji, their 3rd showdown in a week.