South Africa win London Sevens
South Africa's victory in London means the race for second place in the Series behind the Kiwis, beaten 42-19 by Fij in the semi-finals, will be a four-way battle at next weekend's Edinburgh Sevens involving England (121), South Africa (116), Samoa (112) and Fiji (110).
South Africa took control of the semi with tries from Johannes Prinsloo (2) and Bernado Botha. Groves and Cuthbert and Kristian Phillips scored Wales' tries but Gareth Davies could not convert the latter one to take the tie into extra time.
Scotland beat Spain 19-17 to reach the Bowl final with tries from Peter Horne (2) and Andrew Turnbull. In the final Turnbull's late try levelled the scores and Horne's conversion clinched victory.
England, having suffered a shock 19-17 defeat against Kenya at the start of the day when Lavin Asego's last-gasp try sank them, beat Canada 22-14 with tries from Nick Royle, James Rodwell, Dan Norton and John Brake to set up their Shield final meeting with Portugal.