All teams in the HSBC World 7s series are getting stronger and no team is to be taken lightly.
This was highlighted by Fiji Airways men’s National 7s coach Ben Gollings ahead of the Hamilton 7s that kicks-off tomorrow.
Gollings says it was evident in the last two tournaments how competitive the series is getting with all the teams coming in stronger.
He says nowadays, losing one game in the pools could be a game changer.
He adds his team is ready for the challenge ahead of them in this Hamilton 7s.
Fiji play France at 8.32am tomorrow morning, they will then take on Kenya at 12pm, before playing Samoa in their final pool match at 3.06pm tomorrow.
The Men’s cup quarter-finals will start at 9.58am Sunday, the semi finals will begin at 1.48pm, and the final will be played at 6.56pm Sunday.
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