New Zealand finished in sixth place in Hong Kong over the weekend, but they are quickly shifting their focus to the Singapore Sevens, beginning on Saturday NZT.
Following the All Blacks Sevens loss to Argentina in the fifth place playoff in Hong Kong, Sam Dickson said everyone has got to take a good look at each other.
With three more tournaments remaining in the 2018/2019 HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series, the All Blacks Sevens know how important it is to finish off strong in Singapore, London and then Paris.
The 2019 #HSBC7s series standings look like this with three events to go!
The All Blacks Sevens are in Pool D for the Singapore Sevens. They take on Japan, Spain and Samoa.
Congratulations @IrishRugby, looking forward to having you on the @WorldRugby7s Series next season ?? https://t.co/Czg3VcnFFn— All Blacks Sevens (@AllBlacks7s) April 7, 2019