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NZ defeat Great Britain 12-8

No tries were scored in the first half with the sides locked 2-2 at half time, but the Kiwis took charge after the break as Jamayne Isaako and Corey Harawira-Naera crossed over.

Daryl Clark replied late on, but Great Britain would fall short and suffer a second loss at the start of the 2019 tour, having lost to a Tonga Invitational XIII last weekend.

Jason Kenny wins his 5th Olympic Gold

London 2012 champion Kenny came out on top in the first two races to win the best-of-three final.

Russia's Denis Dmitriev beat Australia's Matthew Glaetzer in the race for bronze.

 Britain’s Kenny, 28, has now won as many Olympic golds as rower Sir Steve Redgrave and fellow cyclist Sir Bradley Wiggins.

Only Sir Chris Hoy, also a cyclist, has won more with six but, Kenny can still beat Hoy’s record when he races in the Keirin on Tuesday.

In a report, Kenny told BBC that the win was so special Kenny told BBC Sport.

Fiji to battle Team GB for gold medal

The Flying Fijians, the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series champions for the last two years, battled past Japan 20-5 in the first semi-final with Josua Tuisova among their try-scorers.

The second semi-final was even tighter, Great Britain emerging the 7-5 victors over Commonwealth Games champions South Africa with Tom Mitchell’s conversion the difference between the sides.

Mose Commissioned as Ambassador to three EU countries

Mose is also the Solomon Islands High Commissioner to Great Britain.

Ambassador Mose acknowledged the Solomon Islands Government for having the trust and confidence in him to take up additional responsibilities to represent the interest of Solomon Islands in the countries he is accredited to.

Mose said the interests of Solomon Islands on international and bilateral issues are integral to Solomon Islands which he is committed to accomplish during his term in office.