Rugby Sevens: Scotland beat England in Cape Town Sevens

James Johnstone
James Johnstone scored one of Scotland's three tries against England

Scotland beat England 19-0 in the Bowl final on day two of the Cape Town World Rugby Sevens.

The Bowl is contested by teams who finished third and fourth in their groups on day one, while the top two from the groups compete for the Cup.

England, Scotland and Wales will combine to form a team for rugby sevens at next summer's Rio Olympics.

Hosts South Africa, who came through England's group, beat Argentina 29-14 to win the Cup.

Cape Town was the second of 10 rounds of the World Rugby Sevens Series in which England, runners-up in the first round in Dubai, are fifth in the overall standings, while Scotland are 10th and Wales are 12th.

Cape Town Bowl results

Quarter-finals

Scotland 26-14 Samoa

Wales 21-12 Zimbabwe

Canada 55-0 Russia

England 49-7 Portugal

Semi-finals

Scotland 29-14 Wales

Canada 14-21 England

Final

Scotland 19-0 England

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