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The HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2016-17 has been a whirlwind so far. After Dubai, Cape Town, Wellington, Sydney, Las vegas and Vancouver….now it’s time for Hong Kong.
Heading to this tournament, England’s Dan Norton goes neck-to-neck with Kenya’s Collins Injera as the joint World All-Time top try scorers, both having 244 tries to there names. Who will cross the white wash first? We’ll see about that.
Among the teams bidding to qualify for next year’s series include Uganda and Namibia.
With six rounds already played, African powerhouse South Africa lead the way on 126 points, 23 ahead of nearest rivals England. The Blitzboks have won four rounds and England the other two.Follow @Muisyo_
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