Hard work finally paid off says Cama
July 23, 2018 4:34 am
New Zealand 7s assistant coach Tomasi Cama believes the hard-work has been finally paid as the All Blacks won World Cup beating England 33-12 in the final in San Francisco.
Cama who was part of the New Zealand 7s team when they won the World Cup in 2013 says it was pleasing to witness his side taking out once again.
“It was so pleasing to see the boys come through at get the result. I mean we worked so hard this year and this was one of our main goal to come here and not only defend the Melrose Cup but to win it again.”
Meanwhile, the Fiji Airways men’s 7s side has finished fourth losing out to South Africa by 24-19 in the bronze play-off.
Fiji missed out on the Commonwealth Games gold medal in April then slipped away from winning the World Rugby Sevens Series title and plus today, the side failed to win the World Cup.