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The SA Sevens team will hope to be successful in Hong King for the first time.

The SA Sevens team will hope to be successful in Hong King for the first time.

CAPE TOWN - The Hong Kong Sevens takes place this weekend, one of the biggest events on the Sevens calendar.

The Boks play Australia, Argentina and Wales in their group.

Having won the last leg in Las Vegas, coach Paul Treu is confident his side will have their first success in Hong Kong.

"We've finished second on the Sevens log after Vegas; we would like to consolidate that position because this is an important one for us".

"We want to go out, maintain our position on the log and hopefully win this tournament for the first time".

Treu says it would be nice to be part of the final in Hong Kong as opposed to watching it on television.

"We always talk about the hunger, and that's definitely a drive collectively among the players".

"We would like to go out there all the way and hopefully make it to the final and start enjoying the final instead of just watching the fireworks".

(Edited By Lincoln van der Westhuizen)