Welcome to day two of the South Africa Sevens!
- South Africa, Argentina, Fiji and NZ unbeaten on emotional first day
- South Africa to play Portugal, Kiwis face Kenya in Cup quarters
- Fiji set up enticing Pacific Island last eight clash with Samoa
- Cup quarters start at 10:39 GMT
- England, Australia and Wales all in Bowl competition
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Rugby sevens looks like my kind of rugby, really liking this tournament— Ginger Dom (@Ginger Dom) 08/12/2013 09:42
BOWL QUARTER-FINAL: WALES 14-7 CANADA
This is a great opportunity for Canada. Wales are somewhat depleted after a plethora of injuries yesterday. They have only one sub and an early yellow for Ashley Evans doesn't help. Canada make full use and Harry Jones bursts clear down the middle. The game has really opened up and Luke Morgan levels for the resilient Welsh before Lee Williams goes over under the posts. Stoic stuff from Wales.
BOWL QUARTER-FINAL: AUSTRALIA 38-5 ZIMBABWE
Zimbabwe make inroads and it's Boyd Rouse who scores their first points of the day. Jubilant scenes too! But it doesn't take long for Shannon Walker to seal his hat-trick after initial work from Tom Lucas. He is rewarded with time on the bench. And it's the two subs who seal the win: Sam Myers sidesteps brilliantly before Jesse Parahi goes over.
BOWL QUARTER-FINAL: AUSTRALIA 19-0 ZIMBABWE
The opening salvos are fast-paced, Zimbabwe intent on attacking. Australia play the patient game are rewarded when Shannon Walker rips through the Zimbabwe defence for his fourth try of the weekend. Australia go 'coast to coast' next up and Paul Asquith touches down in the corner. Walker then jogs through the back lines for his second try of the morning. And speaking of the speedy Walker...
So we have Australia and Zimbabwe on the field. Will another 26000 people pack the stands like yesterday? Or more? @sa7s— South African Rugby (@South African Rugby) 08/12/2013 09:14
So, we're off and running with the first match of the day: Zimbabwe taking on the might of Australia.
Watching Sevens today! Arrived here early, anticipating a great day of rugby! http://t.co/tYEZ9b9tiZ— Thando Zono (@Thando Zono) 08/12/2013 08:38
It's not all about youth in Sevens. Yesterday, we saw some brilliant old hands come to the fore. Step forward David Mateus, of Portugal, French stalwart Julien Candalon and South African favourite Frankie Horne, who all scored tries the wrong side of 30.
The question on everyone's lips is whether South Africa can make the Cup final later. The hosts looked very much up to the task in their three matches yesterday. And emotions will run high today too after touching tributes were paid to former president Nelson Mandela.
Can @nz7s win a fifth successive @SouthAfrica7s? Or will someone stop them after they scored an aggregate of 134-14 in their three matches— IRB Sevens (@IRB Sevens) 08/12/2013 08:36
After a thoroughly entertaining opening day in Port Elizabeth, today brings the business end of the tournament. We start with the Bowl quarter-finals before the Cup last eight clashes. Australia open up against Zimbabwe, while England face Scotland.