Glasgow Sevens: Scotland finish fourth as New Zealand win

Chris Dean scores a try for Scotland against Fiji

Scotland finished fourth as New Zealand won the Glasgow Sevens at Scotstoun Stadium.

New Zealand ran in eight tries in their 54-7 Cup final defeat of Canada.

Earlier, the Scots - who lost to the Canadians in the semi-finals - lost the third and fourth place play-off 17-10 to Fiji despite Chris Dean's try.

England won the Plate final by beating Kenya 26-5, France defeated Argentina 20-14 to take the Bowl and Wales won 29-12 versus Japan to claim the Shield.

Scotland had reached the last four of the Cup for the third time by beating South Africa 12-7, with Richie Vernon and Scott Riddell going over.

In Saturday's pool stages, Stephen Gemmell's side beat Australia (19-7), United States (26-0) and Spain (33-12).

The IRB Sevens World Series concludes next weekend in London, with New Zealand 21 points clear at the top of the standings going into the final event.