The Springbok Sevens are through to the quarter finals of the Hamilton leg of the World’s Rugby Seven series.
They top Pool C after recording significant wins against Kenya, France and Scotland respectively.
In their first match of the Pool, the Blitzbokke took on fellow Africans, Kenya.
The East African nation was the first on the score board, however, the Boks bounced back with three tries of their own.
At the break, the score read 17-5 to the Blitzbokke. They went on to wrap up the match with two more tries in the second stanza.
The final score: Boks 29, Kenya 10.
In their second match of Pool C, the Boks played against France.
The South African side brushed aside the European nation, scoring three tries to win the match 17-5.
In their last Pool match, they came up against Scotland, with Soyizwapi opening the scoring.
Branco du Preez extended South Africa’s lead with the second try of the match.
Scotland reduced the deficit early in the second half but the Boks had other ideas, with Werner Kok and Soyizwapi scoring their third tries of the Hamilton leg respectively.
The match finished 26-7 to the Boks