Kenya Sevens has climbed one place in the latest World Sevens Series standings after Hong Kong 7s where they reached Cup final losing to Fiji 24-12 at the Hong Stadium on Sunday 8 April, 2018.
Kenya is now seventh with 83 points after picking 19 points from the cup final. They overtake England who picked only one point in Hong Kong.
Singapore 7s after Gold Coast
Fiji's win over Kenya means they pick the maximum 22 points to stay second with 123 points but now only three adrift of South Africa who won the bronze.
New Zealand stays third with 107 points while Argentina is fourth with 90 points.
After Hong Kong 7s, teams head to Gold Coast for the Commonwealth next weekend in Gold Coast before resuming the World Sevens Series at Singapore 7s. After Singapore, the series will have two legs to go(Paris and London).
Standings after Hong Kong 7s
1.South Africa 126
3.New Zealand 107