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New Zealand Make it Three

Despite their lowly IRB Ranking, New Zealand proved their championship mettle with a storming win in a second half romp.

New Zeland 29 Def England 21more

Fiji Win Bronze

Fiji came back to win bronze against a determined Australia who had the backing of 80,000 spectators of the Telstra Dome.

Fiji had to fight all the way to a 24 - 17 win orchestrated by a great first half performance from Serevi.

It is smallmore

Tonga thrashed Cooks in Bowl Quarters

After a disappointing loss to Uganda last night in the last of their pool games. Tonga hit back with a more constructed plan similar to what they used to hammer South Africa beating Cook Islands 31 - 12.more

England Meets Samoa in the Medal Quarter Finals

Team Samoa are currently playing England in the third Medal Quarter Final (Match 31) of the Rugby 7's Competition for the Commonwealth Games.

Half time score: England 12; Samoa 0
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Australia Plays South Africa

Australia is currently playing South Africa in the 2nd Medal Quarter Final of the Rugby 7's Commonwealth Competition. Half time score: Australia 10 / South Africa 5!

Final Score: Australia 20 : South Africa 14more

Quarter Finals Action

New Zealand and Canada are curently playing in the Firt Quarter Final. Stay tuned for the latest scores.

Final Score is: 24 and 0more

Mixed Results on the First Day

16 Mar 06

On a day that promised much, only Fiji and Samoa progressed to the last eight of the Rugby Sevens Competition.

Fiji were unbeaten with comfortable wins over Canada, Scotland and Uganda but they will need to lift their tempo to be competimore

We want Gold - Fiji

www.fijitimes.com - Sunday, March 12, 2006

True Blue . . . members of the sevens rugby team to the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, Australia.+ Enlarge this image

True Blue . . . members of the sevens rugby team to the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, Australia.more

Fiji finalising Sevens

02 Mar 06 14:37 From: www.melbourne2006.com

Current World Sevens Series leaders Fiji have announced their initial line-up to compete at the Games. Fijian Sevens legend Waisale Serevi will coach and play in the 17 member squad......more

Draw for Games Published

The Draw for the 2006 Commonwealth Games Rugby Sevens competition has been announced.

16 Teams will fight it out for th eGold medal and all results and information emphasising the performances of the Pacific Islands teams will be posted right here on this web site. See the Fixtures and Results section of this Web Site for Detailsmore

Niue in Games Rugby 7s

Following the decision by the Zambia National Olympic Committee to withdraw their team following a review of their capacity to field a suitably competitive Rugby 7s team, the tiny South Pacific island of Niue is set to join the world's best Sevens teams in March in Melbourne.more
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