New Zealand Women's Sevens start strongly at #China7s
wsws.irb.com and James Mortimer 30 Mar 2013 Getty Images
Kelly Brazier opened New Zealand's account at China with the opening try, and was one of two to cross twice, with Portia Woodman scoring in each half, before New Zealand eventually beat Brazil 29-0.
Holding Brazil scoreless throughout was impressive, but the New Zealand Women's Sevens stepped up a few gears against Tunisia, with Woodman joining Honey Hireme as a three-try scorer against the small rugby playing nation, before claiming a 53-0 win.
The Kiwis play the Netherlands to round out their pool play, with the Dutch beating the Tunisians by 47 points.
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD FINAL SQUADS (PDF) >>
CLICK HERE TO VIEW CHINA SEVENS POOLS >>
CLICK HERE TO VIEW CHINA SEVENS FIXTURES >>
CLICK HERE TO VIEW WOMEN’S SERIES TABLE >>
CLICK HERE TO SEE WHAT HAPPENED IN HOUSTON >>
CLICK HERE TO SEE WHAT HAPPENED IN DUBAI >>
Most popular News:
Benji Marshall released by New Zealand Rugby and Blues23.Apr.2014
Hickey to direct Blues against Waratahs23.Apr.2014
NZU20 squad named for IRB JWC201423.Apr.2014
Mallett: South African teams are not performing22.Apr.2014
Cotter's style wins praise22.Apr.2014
Baby Boks name squad for JWC201422.Apr.2014