CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA - DECEMBER 13: South Africa celebrates during day 2 of the HSBC Cape Town Sevens in the final game between South Africa and Argentina at Cape Town Stadium on December 13, 2015 in Cape Town, South Africa. (Photo by Carl Fourie/Gallo Images)

South Africa Cape Town Sevens Ben Ryan’s is here again, something trilling about him is that whenever he talks about rugby sevens, it pays to listen. No one would like to miss the Olympic gold medalists and world Champions players when he plays. He informed CNN world Rugby show ahead of time around Last weekend season-opener in Dubai that “Everyone is going to want to have a crack on him.

“In Dubai we started to see some improvements, but we lacked consistency and high level game time experience. This weekend we should see an improved performance and I believe this team is good enough to win if we get it right.” the team Captain explained.

In the last couple of years, South Africa has been one of the toppers in many competitions. South Africa promise to provide another opportunity for the home side and just to make it clear that Ryan is right again at this weekend Cape Town seven. 2009 was the year South Africa got their only World Series title, but during the past five years it has twice been runner-up to Fiji and also twice to New Zealand.

“We are continuing to develop the players and new structures this season that will service us better in the future. This week we have focused on improving our accuracy and understanding of these new structures heading into Cape Town” said team spokesman.

Philip Snyman which is their new captain as such is hoping in leading the Blitzboks to a fourth successive win in their national sevens tournament.

His side won all three group game in Dubai during his first outing since settling for a bronze medal at the Rio Olympic in 2016.

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