Friday, September 19, 2014   

(HK Sevens) England muffle Canada fightback
(03-29 19:23)

England held back a charge by Canada to win 14-12 at the Hong Kong Stadium today.
Canada scored early through Phil Mack, but flyer Dan Norton brought England back in to the game, sprinting end to end to score under the posts just before half time. The conversion pulled England level with Canada on 7-7 at half time. The second half began at 7:10pm and Canada put points on the board first through John Moonlight who touched down at the corner post. The conversion made the score 12-7. But England’s Dan Norton turned on the gas again to score a converted try. England then held on till the hooter.
   
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