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Shujaa bow out

Kenyan hopes of a medal in Birmingham brought to an end

Regan Ware then struck on the stroke of halftime as the Kiwis led 12-0 at the interval.

In Summary

•The champions dominated possession and territory and scored the opener courtesy of Mcgarvey Black who converted his own try for a 7-0 lead.

Shujaa celebrate during their game against Jamaica at the Coventry Stadium in Birmingham on Friday
Shujaa celebrate during their game against Jamaica at the Coventry Stadium in Birmingham on Friday
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Shujaa bowed out of the quarterfinals of the Commonwealth Games rugby after losing to holders New Zealand 31-0 at the Coventry Stadium.

The champions dominated possession and territory and scored the opener courtesy of Mcgarvey Black who converted his own try for a 7-0 lead.

Regan Ware then struck on the stroke of halftime as the Kiwis led 12-0 at the interval.

On resumption, the All-Black Sevens stepped up a gear with further tries to Ware, Dylan Collier, and skipper Scott Curry to end Kenyan hopes of a medal in the event.