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Day 2 Live 2022 Singapore 7s Rugby ‘Cup Final, Bronze Final’ Fixtures

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The HSBC Singapore 7s Rugby Cup Final, Bronze Final on 10 April 2022 is set to thrill fans with the highly anticipated return to HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series

The World Rugby Sevens men’s tournament begins on Saturday at 9:50 p.m. ET.

Live coverage Singapore 7s Cup Final begins on Saturday

  • Australia vs Ireland
  • Fiji vs New Zealand

2022 Singapore 7s Rugby Day 2/Cup Final Fixtures

Matches FIXTURE VENUE TIME
Match 44 BRONZE FINAL National Stadium, Singapore 18:58
Match 45 Singapore 7s Cup Final National Stadium, Singapore 19:28
  • USA’s Perry Baker scores last gasp try to bring South Africa’s incredible 36 match winning streak to an end

  • Australia, New Zealand and the USA top their pools with perfect win records on day one of the HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens

  • Fiji, New Zealand and Samoa all qualify for quarter-finals on first Series appearances of 2022

  • Quarter-final line-up: Australia v Argentina, Fiji v South Africa, New Zealand v Samoa, USA v Ireland

  • Finals day kicks off with England v Wales at 11:00 local time (GMT+8), the gold medal match is at 19:28 local time. Find out where to watch here

  • Ireland take on the USA at 6.34 on Sunday morning Irish time for a place in the semi-finals.

The Ireland men’s sevens team has pulled off a historic 21-12 victory over Fiji, the first time in their history they have beaten the 2016 Olympic gold medallists. The result helped Ireland qualify for the cup quarter-finals at the Singapore Sevens.

Wing Jordan Conroy notched a double either side of half-time but Fiji kept things close through scores from Vuiviawa Naduvalo and Joseva Talacolo. A missed conversion meant that Ireland were leading by two heading into the closing stages.

The famous win was sealed during the last play of the game as Terry Kennedy stepped through the Fiji defence on his own 10m line, speeding past the cover for a scintillating solo effort.

Ireland later went on to swat aside Japan 38-7 but lost their perfect record in a defeat to France. Fiji also beat Japan and recovered to see off France, meaning they took top spot in Pool D on points difference.

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