The New Zealand women's sevens team is just a quarterfinal victory over Spain away from clinching the inaugural IRB Women's World Sevens Series.
New Zealand went through pool play unbeaten, conceding only five points in three matches, in the series finale in Amsterdam today, setting up a last-eight match with Spain at 8.30pm tonight (NZ time).
With an eight-point lead over England heading into the final tournament, New Zealand need only to reach to semifinals to guarantee the title, matching the deeds of their male counterparts, who clinched an 11th IRB World Sevens Series title in 2013.
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New Zealand Women have defeated England 19-5 in the final of China Sevens.
Both New Zealand and England went into the final undefeated after rain and lightning affected pool play on day one of the tournament at Guangzhou Uni Town Stadium.
Wet weather didn't stop some great tries being scored but made it difficult for the goal kickers.
NZ vs Ireland in the quarter final at 3pm NZ time, if they win they will come up against the winner of Australia vs USA at 6.50pm.
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Ten teams including the top 3 schools from the 2012 Condor Sevens played in the 2013 North Island Secondary Schools’ Sevens Championship at Blake Park, Mount Maunganui on 21st and 22nd March in fine, warm weather
The schools competing
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