Gold Coast Sevens: Australia Will Be “All Guns Blazing” In Quarter Final

by Brendan Bradford on the Gold Coast - Australia topped the ‘Group of Death’ at the Gold Coast Sevens yesterday, but it wasn't without a minor hiccup along the way. Leading Scotland 21-0 after halftime in their first match of the day, the home side conceded three tries in hot and humid conditions – the last one after the full time siren – to record a draw. "Really disappointing, we just fell asleep in the second half and you can't do that in Sevens,” said Australian captain Ed Jenkins after the game. “I am gutted, two games to put it right. But Argentina and Samoa, doesn't get any easier from here."  A Nick Malouf double secured a 22-7 win over Argentina before local boy Shannon Walker scored a second-half five pointer against Samoa for a hard fought 12-0 win in the Pool decider. The Samoa victory
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