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Qantas Men's Sevens to contest Bowl Final in Glasgow

  
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5/5/2013
By ARU Media Unit


The Qantas Men’s Sevens will meet Portugal in the Bowl quarter-final of the Glasgow Sevens as they look to bounce back from a disappointing showing in the pool stage of the tournament.

The Australians won just one of their three pool games in the penultimate round of the HSBC Sevens World Series, with losses to Argentina and Fiji, their only win coming against Spain.
 
In the opening match of the tournament the Qantas Men’s Sevens were starved of possession against a feisty Argentina, with the Pumas taking a 10-0 lead at half time before running away with a 17-10 win.
 
The Aussie men looked much stronger against Spain as they scored six tries to notch an impressive 42-14 win.
 
Their final match against Fiji was a tight contest, with Australia opening the scoring before trailing 12-10 at half time. The Australians scored first again in the second half to take a 17-12 lead but a late try sealed the 19-17 win for the Fijians.
 
Australia and Portugal meet in the Bowl quarter-final at 7:52pm (AEST) tonight, Sunday 5 May. 
 
The playoff stage of the tournament will be broadcast live on Fox Sports 3 from 7:25pm (AEST) tonight.
 
 
POOL C – Glasgow Sevens
 
Australia 10 – Argentina 17
Australia tries – Allan Fa’alava’au, Lewis Holland.
 
Australia 42 – Spain 14
Australia tries – James Stannard, Pama Fou (2), Holland, Peter Schuster, Junior Laloifi.
Australia conversions – Stannard (6).
 
Australia 17 – Fiji 19
Australia tries – Jordan Tuapou, Fou, Cam Clark.
Australia conversion – Stannard
 

Qantas Men’s Sevens Glasgow squad

View the Qantas Men’s Sevens squad for Glasgow here

1

Cam Clark

Fairlight, NSW

Northern Suburbs, NSW

2

Con Foley (C)

Fairfield, QLD

University of Queensland, QLD

3

Pama Fou

Gailes, QLD

Wests, ACT

4

Allan Fa’alava’au

Dandenong, VIC

Endeavour Hills, VIC

5

Jordan Tuapou

Cleveland, QLD

Easts Tigers, QLD

6

Peter Schuster

Liverpool, NSW

Northern Suburbs, NSW

7

Will Miller

Berry, NSW

Northern Suburbs, NSW

8

Lewis Holland

Braidwood, NSW

Queanbeyan Whites, ACT

9

Nick Malouf

Brisbane, QLD

Sunnybank. QLD

10

Sam Figg

Pymble, NSW

Northern Suburbs, NSW

11

Laloifi Junior Laloifi

Brisbane, QLD

Sunnybank, QLD

12

James Stannard

Perth, WA

Souths, QLD

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