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SA draw Samoa, Wales for Wellington



South Africa have been drawn against Wales, Samoa and Canada in Pool C for the fourth leg of the Sevens World Series in Wellington, New Zealand, in February.

Hosts New Zealand will face the United States, England and Spain in Pool A, the International Rugby Board confirmed on Monday.

France will play Argentina, Kenya and Tonga in Pool B, and Portugal, Fiji, Australia and Scotland square off in Pool D.

Paul Treu's men are lying fourth in the standings, behind New Zealand, France and Fiji, after they secured third place in the Port Elizabeth leg at the weekend.

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