SA starts day two of Sevens tournament on a high note

The Blitzboks did not disappoint beating Australia 25-5 in cup quarterfinals at the Cape Town Sevens.

FILE: Superfan Theuns Kleinhans makes his contribution towards the electrifying atmosphere at the inaugural Cape Town Sevens tournament on 12 December 2015. Picture: Aletta Harrison/EWN.

CAPE TOWN - South Africa have started Day 2 on a high after they beat Australia 25-5 in cup quarterfinals at the Cape Town Sevens.

Cape Town stadium was in full voice as they got behind their home team, and South African did not disappoint beating Australia 25-5, turning around an indifferent day one.

The Blitzboks were stunned into action after Australia scored the first try of the match.

There after South Africa replied with three tries from Justin Geduld, Seabelo Senatla and Phillip Snyman going into halftime to 15-5 up.

In the second half Juan De Jongh and later Kwagga Smith scored tries for the home side.

South Africa will now play France in the Cup Semi Final later this afternoon.

#CapeTown7s Mexican wave, @capetown style pic.twitter.com/4gg9u76Lek

#CapeTown7s Blitzbok supporters out in full force. pic.twitter.com/rWRYFq14rU