Hong Kong Sevens: England set up quarter-final with South Africa
Australia were one of four sides to win all three pool matches and secure a quarter-final berth at the Hong Kong Sevens.
Last Updated: 29/03/14 2:23pm
Michael O'Connor, coaching in his final Hong Kong Sevens, saw his side beat South Africa 10-7, with tries from Ed Jenkins and Greg Jeloudev as they set up a quarter-final date with Canada.
Defending champions Fiji produced another emphatic performance to beat Kenya 43-5 and top Pool B.
Earlier in the day, Vatemo Ravouvou scored 21 points in their 56-0 defeat of Sri Lanka, and will face USA who snuck through on points difference ahead of Samoa and Scotland as Pool D runners-up.
England's Dan Bibby added 14 points in their victory over Portugal in Pool C before Dan Norton scored a brace in the group decider against Canada, a match they won 14-7.
England will now face Neil Powell's Series leading South Africa in the quarter-finals in So Kon Po on Sunday.
New Zealand beat Samoa 26-7 and USA 17-7 on day two to ensure their progress with a 100% record and they will meet Wales after Sam Cross scored at the death to give Wales victory over Kenya, before they beat Sri Lanka.
It will be a first quarter-final since the second round in Dubai for Wales but the crowds' biggest cheer of the day came as Mithun Hapugodage scored both of Sri Lanka's tries in their 47-12 reverse.
In the Bowl Argentina will play Spain, France await Portugal, Sri Lanka meet Samoa as they still look for a first win as the non-core side competing in Hong Kong and Scotland face Kenya.