After smashing six tries over the line against Samoa, winning 36-7 the South African Blitzboks are through to the final.
New Zealand bested England in the semi-finals and will face Neil Powell’s charges in the final.
Briefly.co.za knows that scoring six tries in a sevens match is quite an achievement, given that the halves of the match are only seven minutes long. That means the Blitzbokke scored a try almost every two minutes.
The South Africans controlled the game against Somoa, only slipping up, in the beginning, allowing the Pacific nation to score in the first three minutes but after that, the Blitzboks were in charge according to sarugbymag.co.za.
Earlier this week, Briefly.co.za covered a story about the Blue Bulls deciding not to sign Aussie star Israel Folau due to the controversy surrounding the player.
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