Manu Samoa Sevens touches down in Cape Town

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Manu Samoa Sevens have touched down in in Cape Town for the second leg of the 2017/18 circuit.

Manu Samoa Sevens have touched down in in Cape Town for the second leg of the 2017/18 circuit.

Sir Gordon Tietjens and the Manu Samoa Sevens have touched down in in Cape Town for the second leg of the 2017/18 circuit. 

Samoa is in Pool D with Canada, Wales and Fiji this weekend.

Samoa finished sixth in Dubai last weekend, after losing the plate final to Australia.

One interesting statistic from the weekend involves Alamanda Motuga who is tied with Seabelo Senatla of South Africa for the DHL Impact player of the tournament.  

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