PARIS – The South African Blitzbokke's Paris Sevens title triumph not only allowed them to finish top of the World Series table but also created opportunities for the brilliant Dewald Human to gain extra limelight and being capped for the Paris Dream.
With the South Africans finishing the series with 182 points which put them two ahead of Fiji and 32 up on New Zealand, Human's rise in sevens rugby has not gone unnoticed. The 23-year-old who played for the Kings a few seasons ago is a former SA Schools cap.
Not only was the nippy back-liner named as the Player of the Final, as the Bokke saw off the challenge of England 24-14 in the title-decider, but he also the SA player in the Dream Team named after the two-day showpiece at the Stade Jean Bouin.
The rest of the Dream Team line up along with includes other well-deserving back-line men in England's Tom Mitchell, Canadian Justin Douglas and Pol Plan of Spain.
The forwards named were the England pair of Harry Glover and Phil Burgess plus New Zealander Scott Curry.
African News Agency (ANA)