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Cup semi final, Argentina 12-0 Kenya: Argentina will meet Wales in an intriguing final unexpected by most, the winner to get their hands on the Melrose Cup for the first time. Leading 7-0 at the break, Martin Bustos Moyano put the result beyond doubt with a deft kick and chase try. Kenya were good to the end but the win over Fiji may have just left them with too little in the tank.
Halftime: Argentina 7-0 Kenya: After a tentative start by both sides a gripping contest is unfolding. Argentina takes the advantage into the break capitalising on some great support play to put Horacio San Martin over for a converted try.
Melrose Cup quarter final, Kenya 26 -7 Fiji: The Kenyans are dancing their way to the semi finals, second half tries from Biko Adema, captain Humphrey Kayange and Collins Injera gives them a historic victory. Coach Benjamin Ayimba predicted six months ago that Kenya would win this Sevens World Cup, the Kenyan contingent are partying and deservedly so.
Halftime Kenya 7-0 Fiji: The sell out crowd are seeing yet another great match, Kenya lead narrowly at the half through Lavin Asego. Kenya have controlled the ball well and are making the reigning world champions worry, with just seven minutes left it really could go either way.
England 26-7 Kenya:
A brilliant display from England and they have seen off Kenya. Isoa Damu with two brilliantly taken tries, sealing England's place at the top of Pool E. They move into the Cup quarter finals, for Kenya they have to wait and see.
Halftime: England 12-7 Kenya: Tom Varndell has shown why he is believed to be one of the fastest men to grace the Sevens game, as he scores his fifth try in the RWC Sevens 2009. A great first half, Kenya skipper Humphrey Kayange breaching the England defence. But England have the advantage thanks to Varndell's effort and Kevin Barrett's well worked try.
Kenya 43-7 Hong Kong:
A brilliant display of running Sevens rugby from the Kenyans, has led to dancing in the stands and on the pitch. Hong Kong worked hard in defence, but Kenya showed they are a force to be reckoned with. Lavin Asego, Collins Injera and Horace Otieno all with tries for Kenya.
Halftime: Kenya 17-7 Hong Kong: Kenya have the better of the opening half. Gibson Weru with two run-ins. For Hong Kong they got on the scoreboard early through Rowan Varty, but Kenya have started to impose themselves.
Kenya 29-7 Tunisia: Three tries to Collins Injera saw Kenya come from behind to win the all-African affair.
Halftime: Kenya 10-7 Tunisia: Abess Kherfani opened the scoring for Tunisia but two tries from Collins Injera gave them a slender advantage.