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Kenya shocks South Africa in rugby sevens

12 December 2015, 18:35

Cape Town - First two rounds of Pool stage results on Saturday in the Cape Town Sevens, the second leg of the 10-leg World Rugby Sevens Series:

Pool A

Fiji 34 Scotland 19

Argentina 33 Russia 5

Fiji 52 Russia 0

Argentina 19 Scotland 14

Pool B

South Africa 26 Zimbabwe 5

England 19 Kenya 19

England 43 Zimbabwe 0

South Africa 12 Kenya 14

Pool C

Australia 45 Portugal 0

USA 26 Wales 19

USA 52 Portugal 7

Australia 21 Wales 14

Pool D

Samoa 24 Canada 10

New Zealand 19 France 14

New Zealand 12 Canada 24

Samoa 19 France 22



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