Samurai Sevens dominate day one
- 11 Jan 2014
The Samurai Sevens remained undefeated on day one of the Premier League Sevens tournament in George.
The Samurai opened their day with a 38-0 drubbing of Eye of the Tiger, before moving on to beat the crowd favourites from 2012, Kaizer Chiefs, 45-10 in the second round.
Marius Schoeman's men then took on the Sharks in their final game of the day, thrashing the Durban side 45-7.
Kaizer Chiefs dismantled Masakane Old Boys 52-0 in the opening game, and beat Western Province 22-19 in a tightly fought match.
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