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By ARU Media Unit
“We played really well - we’re improving each game which is very good for us. We’re starting to gel really well as a team so we can only go up from here. It was just really fun. I really enjoyed the games - it feels good scoring tries.”
Australia rounds off the pool stages tomorrow morning when they play a talented Canadian side before heading to the Semi-Finals in the evening session, where they will likely play Spain once again for a spot in the Gold medal match.
Current standings (after four matches): 1. Australia 12pts, 2. China 10pts, 3. Canada 10pts, 4. Spain 7pts, 5. United States 5pts, 6. Tunisia 4pts
The 2014 Australian Women’s Youth Olympic Rugby Sevens results and fixtures in Nanjing, China on 17-20 August 2014: