New Zealand edged out hosts South Africa in a low-scoring final to win the World Rugby Sevens Series event in Cape Town.
New Zealand celebrated back-to-back wins on the World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series circuit as they overcame rivals Australia in the final in Cape Town.
New Zealand eased into the quarter-finals of the World Rugby Women's Sevens Series event, topping their group with three consecutive wins in Cape Town.
England and Australia both failed to make the quarter-finals of the World Rugby Sevens Series in Cape Town.
Ireland and Scotland snatched last-gasp upset wins over Australia and England, respectively, on the opening day of pool matches at the World Rugby Sevens Series event in Cape Town, while Kenya were also surprise victors over Samoa.
South Africa suffered a heavy defeat to New Zealand at the World Rugby Women's Sevens Series event in Cape Town.
South Africa will play in front of a home crowd at the World Rugby Women's Sevens Series for the first time, having been invited to contest tomorrow's competition in Cape Town.
South Africa, winners of the first stage of the 2019-2020 men's World Rugby Sevens Series in Dubai last weekend, will carry a winning mindset into their home leg in Cape Town, which starts tomorrow
New Zealand certainly love playing in Dubai, as they ensured back-to-back titles there in the World Rugby Women's Sevens Series, defeating Canada 17-14 in a thrilling final.
South African rugby continues to go from strength to strength, defeating New Zealand in the final of the World Rugby Sevens Series round in Dubai.
Fiji have missed out on the Cup quarter-finals for the first time in the 21-year history of the World Rugby Sevens Series round in Dubai.
The United States, current leaders of the World Rugby Women's Sevens Series, moved through to tomorrow's quarter-finals at the Dubai event - the second tournament in the Series - with a 100 per cent record.
Fiji, South Africa and the United States all survived scares to claim wins on the opening day of the World Rugby Sevens Series event in Dubai.
The United States continue to dominate the World Rugby Women's Sevens Series, with a win in their opening game at the Dubai event.
Loughborough University and online coaching platform School of Kicking have launched the Alred Trophy, a search for the next generation of rugby kicking talent in Britain and Ireland.