All Blacks secure sevens Series
June 3, 2001

The All Blacks secured the 2001 World Sevens Series Title in Cardiff on Sunday thanks to their quarter final win over Wales.

The New Zealnder's however put the icing on the cake by going on to win this final event of the 2001 series with a 31-5 victory over Australia in the final at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.

Chris Masoe went over twice as skipper Karl TeNana inspired his side to the title, capping a fine performance with a brilliant 60-metre individual effort.

New Zealand beat hosts Wales 29-0 and Samoa 24-7 on the way to today's final, which was a repeat of the decider in last weekend's tournament when the Kiwis beat Australia 19-12 at Twickenham.

In the Plate final, Fiji beat Wales 47-14 while England won the Bowl final by beating Portugal 35-26.

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