Africa's two representatives suffered different fortunes at the Hong Kong rugby sevens leg on Saturday. South Africa kicked off their quest to solidify their grasp at the top of the standings, beating France 17-10 in their opening game. They then met their fellow African counterparts, winning 35-10. They kept the momentum going against Canada with a 26-7 win. Meanwhile, Kenya got off to a poor start, losing 17-14 to Canada before that loss to South Africa. Things looked to be picking up for the East Africans with a 29-12 victory over France.
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