Australia, Fiji, USA and South Africa had a productive day two in Hong Kong Sevens as they managed to remain unbeaten and top their respective Pools.
Australia started the tournament with a tense win of 22-19 over Samoa but thrashed Korea 52-0 before sealing another 10-12 thrilling win against England to top the group. Despite, the defeat to Australia, England also made it to the quarter-final, thanks to their 52-0 riot against South Korea and another 12-10 victory over Samoa. Australia had nine points in the group stage while England managed seven.
World Rugby Sevens Series toppers South Africa once again proved their dominance with wins over France, Kenya and Canada and topped the group with nine points. Canada with 17-14 win over Kenya and a 28-14 triumph over France also made it to the top eight.
Olympic champions Fiji extended their dominance in the format making it to another quarter-final in the Sevens Series despite a 17-17 draw against Wales while New Zealand too made it to the quarter-finals after managing to end with seven points, one above third placed Wales.