Vancouver 7s 2024

Women Claim Bronze at Vancouver 7s; Men Finish 12th

The women had their best tournament finish since the 2019-20 series. On Day 3 they lost to NZ in the cup semi-final 15-7 but rebounded to claim 3rd with a 19-14 win over Australia (video highlights). They now sit in a 4th/5th place tie in the standings with USA, both at 48 points. France are in 3rd with 62 points, NZ in 2nd with 66 points and Australia in 1st with 72 points. There are 3 tournaments left LA, Hong Kong, Singapore before the final tournament in Madrid where the top 8 teams will separate from the bottom 4 who will enter a relegation tournament. Currently the relegation teams for women are Brazil, Spain, Japan, South Africa.

The men finished last, their third last place finish in four tournaments. On Day 3 Canada lost their rematch against Spain 17-12, it was an improved performance for Canada but it’s back to back losses to the 2nd to last team in the series. Canada are now at the bottom of the standings in 12th place with 11 points, Spain in 11th with 13 points, Great Britain in 10th with 17 points, Samoa in 9th with 20 points. They’re chasing the USA who hold 8th spot with 30 points. It’s looking highly unlikely Canada men will avoid the relegation tournament with only 3 tournaments left.

from World Rugby


Portia Woodman-Wickliffe scored a hat-trick as New Zealand won 35-19 in a dominant display against France in the HSBC Vancouver 2024 final, defending their title and winning their first gold medal of the season.

After a rocky start to the year, the Kiwis were without peer all weekend on Canadian soil, scoring a total of 32 tries and conceding just seven all weekend.

The final was a spectacle, but it was Canada’s 19-14 victory over SVNS series leaders Australia to secure the bronze medal that really got the home crowd on their feet.

Elsewhere, Perth champions Ireland ended a disappointing weekend with a win over Japan to grab ninth spot, while Spain secured a season-best finish of seventh as they beat Brazil 12-15 in the play-off.

New Zealand fulfil Vancouver destiny

From Day One of this tournament, it was clear that New Zealand meant business in Vancouver, and there was to be only one winner in their final.

Portia Woodman-Wickliffe showed every bit of her pace to open the scoring in this final, but Anne-Cécile Ciofani squared things up moments later as she burst through the middle for France.

The Kiwi’s had a nervy period in attack, but Michaela Blyde was there to cut through the confusion and the French defence, taking her side to a 14-7 lead.

A hot-stepping Jorja Miller added a third try through the middle, but it was the chip-through, perfectly weighted for Woodman-Wickliffe to gather and cross for her second, that showed the Kiwi’s just had too much for France.

France hit first in the second half to give some hope, but as Woodman-Wickliffe completed her hat-trick they were soon dissipated. Chloé Pelle added a final consolation try, but it was too little too late for a French side still chasing their first ever SVNS tournament win.

Route to the final: New Zealand knockout hosts and France upset Australia

New Zealand gave themselves a chance to defend their Vancouver title as they won 15-7 over Canada in the first semi-final.

They cantered to an early 10-0 lead thanks to Michaela Blyde’s brace, but Charity Williams’ crucial turnover under their own sticks saw Krissy Scurfield turn defence to attack as she drew Canada within three.

Despite their best efforts, Canada’s defensive scramble couldn’t hold out the Kiwis forever, all-time SVNS series scorer Portia Woodman-Wickliffe finding a way through for their third. A final attacking set looked promising for Canada, but Manaia Nuku denied them with a try-saving tackle.

Meanwhile, France edged a thrilling semi-final with Australia by 21-19 as Dominique Du Toit missed the crucial conversion with the clock in the red. Maddison Levi scored her second try of the game in the final seconds to give Australia hope, but Du Toit’s effort at the extra’s drifted wide to send France to the Vancouver final.

14-14 at half-time, Anne-Cécile Ciofani’s break early in the second took France ahead. A breathless period of French defence followed, leaving Australia pinned into their own 22 as the buzzer went. And while patient attacking play saw Levi find space out wide and score, it wasn’t to be for Australia as they failed to make the final for the first time this season.

Canada conquer series leaders to take bronze

In a closely fought contest the scoreboard read 7-7 at the break, Canada making some impressive defensive efforts to nullify Australia in the wide channels.

And it was the hosts drew first blood in the second half, Chloe Daniels flying through the Aussie line to take Canada 12-7 ahead. When Williams found space around the ruck to extend their lead to 12, all the momentum was heading there way.

A try from Levi, once again, threatened to crush Canadian hearts, but third place in Vancouver was theirs at full time.


Argentina produced a superb second-half performance to beat New Zealand 36-12 in the HSBC Vancouver 2024 final, their third consecutive gold in Canada and their third in a row this season.

After a slow first-half, Matías Osadczuk scored a hat-trick of tries to power away from New Zealand and once again display their dominance in the men’s SVNS series. A gold in Vancouver means their silver in Cape Town is the only blemish in the Puma’s season so far, their final win extending their current winning streak to 15 games.

In the bronze play-off, a strong second half for France in their 42-12 win over the USA secured their highest finish of the season and capped off a fine weekend in Vancouver.

Meanwhile, Great Britain took their best finish of the season, the bottom seed beating Samoa 19-14 in the seventh-place play-off, while Australia’s sub-standard weekend was capped off with a 24-7 loss to South Africa in the showdown for ninth.

Osadczuk hat-trick seals gold medal

The All Blacks Sevens looked dangerous in the opening minutes scoring two tries in three minutes, but Argentina responded immediately as Marcos Moneta found space on the blind side to halve their deficit.

A few minutes of frenzy followed as Argentina looked to find their way over, and after turning the ball over it was Luciano Gonzalez who drove low over the whitewash to get the Pumas all square at the break.

The series leaders came out flying in the second half, creating a three man overlap to walk a third score in and take the lead for the first time.

Argentina pounced on a loose ball and got it wide to Matías Osadczuk who scored one for the highlight reel, finishing brilliantly in the corner to put some space between them and their opponents.

And minutes later Osadczuk added to their lead again to complete his hat-trick, and with a minute and a half to go the game was all but decided. Matteo Graziano added one more with the clock in the red to hammer home their superiority in this SVNS series and at BC Place, where they are now 18 games unbeaten.

Route to the final: Argentina cruise to final as Kiwi’s hold off France

Argentina beat the USA by 35-19 in an assertive semi-final display to reach the final in Vancouver. They raced into a 14-0 lead, but they couldn’t contain Perry Baker in space as the US pulled one back.

Pumas pressure saw Matías Osadczuk crash over for Argentina’s third to lead 21-7 at the break, Tobias Wade adding a fourth and Augustin Fraga a fifth to all but put the South Americans out of sight.

Madison Hughes pulled two back for the US, but Argentina managed the clock effectively to reach their fourth consecutive final of the season.

In the other matchup, New Zealand held off a second-half French comeback to edge their semi-final by 28-26.

The first half ended two tries a piece but a missed conversion for France meant New Zealand took a slim two-point lead into the break, a lead that would prove decisive.

Akuila Rokolisoa and Scott Curry two more before France resurged, Antoine Dupont was in the thick of the action as he made a break and ripped the ball from New Zealand hands to set up a runaway try for Rayan Rebbadj. Joseph Jefferson Lee scored their fourth in the dying moments, but it wasn’t enough to catch the Kiwis.

French flair undoes USA for bronze

A tightly contested first-half saw the US capitalise on a Dupont yellow card to score two tries, but France managed to match them before the break and took a 12-14 lead into half-time.

France kicked off the second half with a perfectly weighted pass from Jordan Sepho to send Esteban Capilla in at the corner, extending their lead to nine points.

And the rest of the second period was all France, a series of four tries capped off by a Dupont touchdown the perfect ending to a tournament they’ll feel could have been theirs.

Video Highlight (Krissy Scurfield scores opening try against Australia)

Day 3 Photos by pjCARR


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Canada Women Advance to Cup Semi-Final vs NZ; Men Face Spain in 11th Place Playoff

It was a perfect Day 2 for the women and a disappointing Day 2 for the men. The women opened with a convincing win over Spain 22-5 and then defeated rivals USA 12-10 in the quarter-finals. They’ll face NZ in the Cup semi-finals on Day 3. The other Cup semi-final sees France v Australia.

The men were disappointing in their loss to Spain 31-14, after pushing the top teams on Day 1 they came out flat against Spain, a team sharing the relegation zone with Canada. The energy level was low and manifested itself in a lacklustre defensive effort. They went on to lose to South Africa 20-14. The good news is they get another shot at Spain in the 11th place playoff on Day 3.

Photos by pjCARR

Video Highlight

Krissy Scurfield scores first try against USA in Cup quarter-final.

from World Rugby

Fans were treated to a superb showcase of international rugby sevens on day two of the fourth round of HSBC SVNS 2024 as the semi-final line-ups were decided amidst a vibrant atmosphere under the roof at BC Place in Vancouver.

Former World Rugby Men’s 15s Player of the Year award winner Antoine Dupont was again a star attraction, scoring a last gasp match-winning try to earn France a place in Sunday’s semi-finals after recording his first international rugby sevens try in their earlier win over Australia to maintain a perfect win record in Vancouver.

Dupont said: “All the action on the field makes me more confident. I have to spend time on the field, spend time with the guys to know them better. I have to learn every minute when I am on the field.”

“I played sevens a lot when I was 16, 17-years-old. After I became pro it was more difficult to play sevens so I just watched the game on TV and I watched a lot of players who are here now. It’s a pleasure to play against them.”

“There are very fast guys and they’ve known this game for a very long time. I’m new on the Series so I have to learn. I have to do my best from the first game until the last.”

France will face New Zealand in the semi-final after the All Blacks Sevens edged a fiery quarter-final with Fiji, running out 21-19 winners with Joe Webber scoring his one hundredth try in his fiftieth tournament.

Current men’s SVNS leaders Argentina were made to work hard for their place in the semi-finals with a 14-12 defeat of Samoa.

The South Americans will play USA who ran out 27-0 winners over Great Britain in a one-sided quarter-final with a pair of tries for Perry Baker who sits third on the all-time try scoring chart.

In the women’s competition there was joy for hosts Canada as they overcame rivals USA 12-10 in an epic quarter-final battle.

Canada will face New Zealand in Sunday’s semi-finals as the Black Ferns Sevens continued their impressive form in Vancouver with a 36-0 demolition of Spain in their quarter-final.

Current SVNS leaders Australia booked their place in the semi-finals thanks to an entertaining 35-19 win over Fiji, and they will face an impressive France outfit, who beat Brazil 24-5 in the quarter-final.

Canada’s Sophie de Goede, who has recently switched to rugby sevens having led her country at Rugby World Cup 2021, said: “It’s the battle of the North Americas. It’s pretty special. It’s just a testament to who we are as Canadian people. We are humble people. We’re pretty proud when it comes to representing our country and a lot of other nations around the globe don’t get to see that so it’s pretty special when we get to show it in front of everyone.”


Argentina lead the men’s SVNS title race, having claimed two gold and one silver medals from the opening three rounds. Argentina top the standings on 58 points with a 14 point gap over Fiji and Australia behind them on 44 points.

Australia have been the dominant force in the women’s competition so far and hold a 12 point lead in the standings after three rounds. Australia are on 58 points, ahead of New Zealand on 46, France on 44 and Ireland with 38 points.


Finals day on Sunday will begin at 10:15 with the semi-finals from 11:59 and the event reaches its climax with the women’s and men’s finals at 16:43 and 17:23 respectively.

Canada Women 1-1 After Day 1 at Vancouver 7s; Men Lose Two Close Matches – Both Teams Face Spain on Day 2

The men’s team put up a valiant effort in both games but came up short against the top two teams in the standings Argentina and Fiji. They lost to Argentina 12-10 in their first match, picking up a losing bonus point. They lost to Fiji 22-12. Canada were competitive in both matches and could have won either one but for some decision and execution let downs late in the match, leaving Canadian rugby fans wondering if lineouts are the preferred option on penalties with time ticking down. Canada have a must win game against Spain tomorrow if they are to have a chance of advancing as one of the two best 3rd place teams into the Cup round.

The women’s team came out flat against a dominant French team who won 26-14. The Canadian women upped their game in the second match, dismantling Great Britain 38-0. The women also face Spain tomorrow and a win would comfortably put them into the Cup round.

Photos by pjCarr

Men’s Report by World Rugby

All eyes were on Antoine Dupont as he made his HSBC SVNS 2024 bow, his French side the best of the teams on show on the opening day of HSBC SVNS Vancouver 2024 with two dominant wins.

Fiji and series leaders Argentina both went two from two in Pool A, setting up a pool decider when they meet tomorrow (10:33pm GMT), while Great Britain put together two impressive performances for a flawless opening day.

Pool A: Canada hearts broken as Argentina spoil the party

Canada and Argentina played out a thriller at BC Place but it was the HSBC SVNS 2024 series leaders who ultimately prevailed by 12-10. After going 7-0 down the home nation were buoyed by a growing Friday night crowd, two second half tries giving them a two-point lead with 90 seconds left. Argentina remained patient however as Rodrigo Isgro crossed just before time, holding out for their 13th consecutive pool stage win.

Argentina’s second game against Spain was a more straightforward affair, Argentina cantering to a 38-7 win to close the of the action on Day 1.

Meanwhile, second seed Fiji strutted to a 31-14 win in their tournament opener against Spain. Ponepati Loganimasi crossed for a hattrick of tries in a typically expansive, offloading display. In an arm wrestle in their second game against Canada, both sides exchanged scores, but Jeremaia Matana’s brace inside a minute proved the difference in their 22-12 victory.

Pool B: France dominant as Dupont debuts

Jordan Sepho’s runaway score gave France an unlikely 14-7 lead in the opening half of their first game against the USA, but Les Blues powered away in the second to win 21-12. Varian Pasquet scored their third before the headline act Antoine Dupont joined the action with three minutes on the clock, in time for Esteban Capilla to add a fourth. Adam Channel crossed for a late consolation for the USA.

Smarting from their loss to Argentina in their home final in Perth, Australia looked rusty as they fell to a 31-7 loss to a five-try Samoa in their opening game. After going 7-7 into the break it was all Samoa in the second, a beautiful chip and chase by Tom Maiava in just his second tournament to score the icing on the cake of Samoa’s best performance of the season so far. And Australia suffered the same fate against the USA – losing 21-26, a game of tit for tat saw the Perth silver medallists blink first, Perry Baker going over for the crucial winning try.

France and Samoa’s meeting ended with a heathy scoreline for Les Blues, their six tries to Samoa’s one seeing them triumph 40-7 after two yellow cards for the Islanders.

Pool C: Great Britain upset Blitzboks to go top

Selvyn Davids scored two in the first half to help the Blitzboks kick off Pool C with a 21-12 win against defending champions New Zealand. In just their 19th ever meeting at the group stage in SVNS history, Cody Vai gave New Zealand a chance at a comeback with his second half score, but South Africa managed the clock well, pinning their opponents on their own try line.

Great Britain overcame a 14-point deficit against Ireland as Will Homer’s try seized a last-gasp 17-14 victory. The Perth bronze medallists scored their two tries in the opening five minutes, but a well-worked team score finished by Robbie Ferguson pulled GB back into their contest before the break. Morgan Williams drew them within two points, and patient GB attack eventually made space down the blindside for Homer’s winner.

In the battle of the winners from Round 1 it was Great Britain who emerged shock victors, the bottom seed beating the Dubai gold medallists 17-12. GB led by 11 points with two minutes to go but Impi Visser’s try and a late penalty against Kaleem Barreto gave the Blitzboks a chance at a comeback. However, Tom Emery was GB’s hero, his crucial turnover securing a perfect record for his side on Day 1.

The Pool C action was rounded up with New Zealand showing Ireland why they’re the reigning champions, holding off a late surge to get the first win of their weekend by 19-14.

Women’s Report by World Rugby

A brace of tries from Thalia Costa saw Brazil stun Perth gold medallists Ireland in Pool A, with defending HSBC SVNS Vancouver champions New Zealand scoring 11 tries to go two from two.

Elsewhere, Australia were back to winning ways despite unconvincing performances, and Spain ended a 25-game losing run with victory over Great Britain.

New Zealand top Pool A going into Day 2, Australia and the USA are all square at the Pool B summit and France lead the way in Pool C.

Pool A: New Zealand start strong and Brazil shock Ireland

New Zealand sauntered to a 40-7 victory over Brazil in their opening game to start their Vancouver title defence, thanks to a trio of braces from Portia Woodman-Wickliffe, Shiray Kaka and Michaela Blyde. Against South Africa it was much of the same, Michaela Blyde going over for another brace as a tense first half dissipated into four-try dominance from the reigning champions.

Perth gold medallists Ireland carried the momentum from their stunning win over Australia into their first game with South Africa, leading 14-0 at the break before scoring two more to seal a 28-7 victory. Nadine Roos crossed for the Blitzboks’ only try.

A win against Brazil should have been routine for Ireland – they hadn’t lost to the South Americans since 2017 and had won their last 17 games on the bounce. Brazil, however, had other ideas, Bianca Silva’s early try followed up by a brace from Thalia Costa either side of half time. Ireland’s best efforts at a comeback were ended by Stacey Flood’s yellow card, Brazil left to celebrate a 24-7 victory.

Pool B: Australia back to winning ways

Just as they had in Perth, Fiji had the honour of playing in the opening game of the weekend, a frantic first six minutes seeing three tries and a yellow for Fiji’s Ilisapeci Delaiwau. Sammy Sullivan’s try put the USA 14-12 in front at the break and scored two more to hold on for a 21-17 win.

Japan gave Australia a scare in their opening game and led 5-0 at half time, but the SVNS 2024 series leaders scored two tries in two minutes in the second half, just about holding on for a 12-10 win. Japan continued their form against the USA, drawing within two points at 14-12 with a few minutes to go before two quick tries from the Americans sealed their second win in Vancouver.

Australia hadn’t quite shaken off the cobwebs in their second game against Fiji either, an early error opening the door for Reapi Ulunisau to score. Sharni Smale and Dominique Du Toit crossed before the break to give them some breathing room, Faith Nathan’s searing pace and Du Toit solo show of strength taking them 26-12 clear. Their showdown with the USA tomorrow will decide the pool winner.

Pool C: Spain end long wait for victory

17-year-old Juana Stella sealed a 19-12 win for Spain over Great Britain, their first pool victory of the HSBC SVNS 2024 series. After denying Kayleigh Powell early on, Anne Fernández De Corres turned defence into attack to score, Paula Requena adding their second. Ellie Boatman’s pace gave Great Britain hope, but Stella’s try sealed victory for the bottom seed.

Séraphine Okemba’s brace helped a dominant France side scored beat Canada in their first hit-out against Canada. After trailing 19-0 at the break, Chloe Daniels and Charity Williams both pulled one back for the host nation, but France’s third from Anne-Cécile Ciofani secured a 26-14 victory for the Cape Town silver medallists.

The two winners faced each other in Round 2, and it was France that took the 19-7 victory over Spain thanks to two first half tries and an 80-metre effort from Ciofani in the second.

In the final game of Pool C, Canada strode to victory against Great Britain, a dominant 24-0 half time lead extended to 38-0 by the final whistle, lifting the home nation to second in the table.

Rosters Announced for Vancouver 7s – Four Changes on Men’s Team; Two Changes on Women’s Team

There are a few changes to the roster from Perth in January. On the men’s side Jake Thiel, Cooper Coats, Lockie Kratz and Matt Oworu are out and in are Alex Russell, Max Stewart, Noah Flesch and Elias Hancock. On the women’s side out are Maddy Grant, Shalaya Valenzuela and in are Piper Logan and Sophie de Goede.

The men are in a pool with Argentina, Fiji and Spain, the women are in a pool with France, Great Britain and Spain. The tournament kicks off Friday at 11:30am. Canada women play at 12:58pm and the men at 3:42pm.

from Rugby Canada

The Canadian squads that will compete on home soil at HSBC SVNS Vancouver over February 23 to 25 have been announced by Head Coaches Jack Hanratty and Sean White, with Sophie de Goede making her return to sevens and Vancouver’s Phil Berna set to play in his 50th world series tournament.

The captain of Canada’s Women’s Rugby (15s) Team, current Allianz Premiership Women’s Rugby points leader, and 2022 World Rugby Women’s Player of the Year nominee, Sophie de Goede made her international sevens series debut last May at HSBC France Sevens and helped Canada’s Women’s Sevens Team qualify for the Paris 2024 Olympics in August in Langford.

Piper Logan returns to the Canadian lineup after recovering from an injury, having last played in Cape Town in December. The 2024 HSBC SVNS Vancouver event will mark the second year of concurrently held women’s and men’s tournaments at BC Place, with it being the first time competing at an international sevens event in Vancouver for de Goede, Charity Williams, Caroline Crossley, and Carissa Norsten. Olivia Apps will captain the team.

“The Canadian world series stop is one that we always look forward to, and our team is excited to step back onto the field at BC Place and put on a performance to be proud of in front of a great home crowd,” said Jack Hanratty, Head Coach of Canada’s Women’s Sevens Team. “Every single player in our program, regardless of if they are named to a roster or not, has been putting in the work to help the team perform and build towards the Olympics. We have had a great, competitive training block since returning from Perth and will have some opportunities to continue our preparation alongside France, New Zealand and Japan in the final week leading up to Vancouver.”

HSBC SVNS Vancouver will mark the 50th world series tournament for captain Phil Berna, who will reach this milestone in his hometown. Debuting for Canada’s Men’s Sevens Team in 2016, Berna has played for St. George’s School, the University of British Columbia and Vancouver Rowing Club.

Noah Flesch, a former Pacific Pride player who joined Canada’s men’s sevens program in January, is set to make his international sevens debut. Returning to the roster are Elias Hancock, who contributed to Canada’s bronze medal Pan American Games performance in the fall, and Alex Russell, who returns after sustaining an injury in Dubai. This will be the first time competing at an international sevens event in Vancouver for Flesch, Ethan Hager, Max Stewart, and Cody Nhanala.

“As a group we are excited for our next opportunity to be on home soil in front of family and friends. Vancouver Sevens is always a highlight of the year for our players and this year is no exception,” said Sean White, Head Coach of Canada’s Men’s Sevens Team. “We’re honoured to be able to celebrate 50 SVNS tournaments for Phil Berna and the first for Noah Flesch. I was lucky enough to play alongside Phil at his first so to be able to share his 50th with him from the other side of the touchline will make for a special occasion.

“Coming out of Perth, we’ve really looked to tap into our core values as a team. Whenever you lose key leaders to injury and incorporate new members into the squad, you must adapt and overcome. Our new additions to the team in January and February have done just that. They’ve challenged our process and tested our systems and through this our team has grown. Now comes the fun part, to put our processes and systems under the ultimate test: Vancouver Sevens. Home crowd. Endless energy. Loudest fans on the circuit. Nothing better.”


4. Breanne Nicholas (Blenheim, ON) – Kent Havoc RFC

6. Charity Williams (Toronto, ON) – Markham Irish

7. Florence Symonds (Hong Kong) – University of British Columbia

10. Fancy Bermudez (Edmonton, AB) – NorWester Athletic Association / Westshore RFC

11. Piper Logan (Calgary, AB) – Calgary Hornets / University of British Columbia

13. Krissy Scurfield (Canmore, AB) – University of Victoria

15. Sophie de Goede (Victoria, BC) – Castaway Wanderers RFC / Saracens

16. Alysha Corrigan (Charlottetown, PEI) – CRFC

19. Carissa Norsten (Waldheim, SK) – Kirin RFC / University of Victoria

21. Olivia Apps (Lindsay, ON) – Lindsay RFC

24. Asia Hogan-Rochester (Toronto, ON) – Toronto Nomads RFC

35. Caroline Crossley (Victoria, BC) – Castaway Wanderers

77. Chloe Daniels (Sutton, ON) – Aurora Barbarians / Queen’s University


4. Phil Berna (Vancouver, BC) – Vancouver Rowing Club

5. Alex Russell (Chichester, ENG) – McGill University

6. Josiah Morra (Toronto, ON) – Castaway Wanderers / Toronto Saracens

12. David Richard (Milton, ON) – Mississauga Blues RFC

15. Ethan Hager (Brantford, ON) – Brantford Harlequins

21. Max Stewart (Cape Town, RSA) – Pacific Pride

23. Thomas Isherwood (Okotoks, AB) – Foothills Lions RFC

33. Kal Sager (Peterborough, ON) – Peterborough Pagans / Trent University

59. Cody Nhanala (Ottawa, ON) – Ottawa Ospreys / Pacific Pride

64. Elias Hancock (Ottawa, ON) – Bytown Blues

77. Noah Flesch (Cobourg, ON) – Cobourg Saxons / Pacific Pride

88. Matt Percillier (Victoria, BC) – University of British Columbia

99. Jack Carson (Victoria, BC) – University of British Columbia


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Friday February 23

Canada’s Women’s Sevens Team vs France

12:58pm PT / 3:58pm ET

Canada’s Men’s Sevens Team vs Argentina

3:42pm PT / 6:42pm ET

Canada’s Women’s Sevens Team vs Great Britain

6:14pm PT / 9:14pm ET

Canada’s Men’s Sevens Team vs Fiji

8:24pm PT / 11:24pm ET

Saturday February 24

Canada’s Women’s Sevens Team vs Spain

11:43am PT / 2:43pm ET

Canada’s Men’s Sevens Team vs Spain

2:11pm PT / 5:11pm ET


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