England beat South Africa 19-7 to win the gold and their second HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series with a scintillating performance in the Vancouver Sevens at the BC Place Stadium in Vancouver. HSBC PIC



Local Sports

Tuiwai scores big

Local Sports

Little big-man Jerry TuiwaiHe is the big little man of Fiji 7s, pesky for the opponents and the player that every coach wants to have on his team.

Vancouver 7s set crowd record

Local Sports

Vancouver Sevens break recordThe 2017 HSBC Canada Sevens at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver came to a close Sunday, after once again electrifying fans, and establishing itself as the real deal.

Fans backed Fiji win opener

Local Sports

Fiji fans pour out in numbersFlag clad Fijians gave Fiji 7s a raucous welcome during their opening game against Wales in the HSBC Vancouver Sevens at the B C Place Stadium this morning.

BA legend Bale blows steam

Local Sports

Former Ba and Fiji goalkeeping great Bale RanigaFootball fans are struggling to understand the rationale behind Mohammed Yusuf's appointment as the CEO of Fiji Football Association.

FANCA for all Muslims

Local Sports

Team CanadaThe notion that FANCA tournament is for Sunni Muslims to participate is downright skewed, says former none Fijian member of team Canada.

South Africa coach hints Fiji future

Local Sports

Sprtsone's Subarmani Reddy witl SA, coach Neil PowellSouth Africa coach Neil Powell has expressed his desire to coach Vodafone Fiji 7s team in the near future.

Fiji beats Samao, loses to Argentina

Local Sports

Argintina players celebrate after 26-14 win over FijiFiji left it late to beat Samao 19-12 in its second game of the HSBC Vancouver Sevens at the BC Place Stadium in Vancouver.

Celebration frenzy in the works

Local Sports

Fijian fans look to the Vancouver 7sIt's party time, well next weekend anyway for Fijians when the Vancouver Sevens come to town.

FANCA boss appointed FFA CEO

Local Sports

New FFA, CEO, Mohammed YusufFANCA president Mohammed Yusuf is the new Chief Executive Officer of the Fiji Football Association.

Prove it, for apology

Local Sports

The burden of proof rests with FANCAFormer football coach who called FANCA Federation a racist regime is ready to apologize for the comments made only if he is proven wrong.

meter for a website