Thursday, July 2, 2015   

(HK Sevens) Japan in a hurry
(03-29 17:34)

Japan, strengthened by Pacific Islanders, routed Tunisia 38-7 to enter the semis in the qualifying tournament.
Chemseddine Khalifa ran the length of the field, having intercepted a Japanese kick-off to plant the only try for Tunisia. He converted it himself.
For Japan Tonga-born Lomano Lemeki scored his fifth try. Dai Ozawa also touched down for his maiden try. Earlier, Josefa Lilidamu and Lote Tuqiri put points on the board for Japan.
   
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