during the match between on day two of the 2012 Gold Coast Sevens at Skilled Park on October 14, 2012 in Gold Coast, Australia.

Johanneburg – Final squads for the men's Sevens World Series second round were announced on Thursday ahead of the Dubai tournament on Friday.

The 2013/2014 series kicked off on the Gold Coast, Australia, in mid October with New Zealand triumphant beating Australia 40-19 in the final.

The nine-round series, comprising 16 teams divided into four groups, would culminate in England in May next year.

Among the top four seeds, Gillies Kaka – player of the World Cup in Moscow – made a welcome return for New Zealand, while Queensland Reds and Wallaby flyer Luke Morahan was included in a strong Australian 12.

England handed a debut to former under-20 captain Alex Gray, while Branco du Preez and Cheslin Kolbe returned for South Africa.

Pool A: New Zealand, Kenya, France, Portugal

Pool B: Australia, Wales, Scotland, Spain

Pool C: England, Fiji, Canada, USA

Pool D: South Africa, Samoa, Argentina, Russia

SQUADS

Argentina: Martin Chiappesoni, Ramiro Moyano, Santiago Alvarez, Agustin Cortes, Jeronimo de la Fuente, Lucas Alcacer, Axel Muller, Matias Moroni, Nicolas Bruzzone, Gaston Revol, Lucas de Vincenzi, Diego Palma.

Australia: Nick Malouf, Jesse Parahi, Sean McMahon, Tom Lucas, Luke Morahan, Con Foley, Greg Jeloudev, James Stannard, Ed Jenkins, Lewis Holland, Paul Asquith, Shannon Walker.

Canada: Adam Kleeberger, Connor Braid, Nanyak Dala, John Moonlight, Conor Trainor, Lucas Hammond, Philip Mack, Patrick Parfrey, Justin Douglas, Ciaran Hearn, Harry Jones, Mike Scholz.

England: Jeff Williams, Mike Ellery, Phil Burgess, Dan Norton, James Rodwell, Tom Mitchell, Sam Edgerley, Tom Powell, Marcus Watson, Dan Bibby, Mat Turner, Alex Gray.

Fiji: Samisoni Viriviri, Pio Tuwai, Emosi Mulevoro, Benito Masilevu, Semi Kunatani, Osea Kolinisau, Donasio Ratubuli, Samu Saqiwa, Leo Naikasau, Jona Tuitoga, Mosese Mawalu, Waisea Nacuqu.

France: Vincent Deniau, Manoel Dall Igna, Jean Baptiste Mazoue, Julien Saubade, Paul Albaladejo, Julien Jane, Renaud Delmas, Jonathan Laugel, Vincent Martin, Julien Candelon, Jean Baptiste Gobelet, Vincent Inigo.

Kenya: Horace Otieno, Humphrey Mulama, Patrice Agunda, Felix Ayange, Philip Wamae, Leonard Mugaisi, Biko Adema, Andrew Amonde, Michael Wanjala, Eden Agero, Collins Injera, Oscar Ayodi.

New Zealand: Scott Curry, Tim Mikkelson, Sam Dickson, DJ Forbes, Lote Raikabula, Tomasi Cama, Bryce Heem, Gillies Kaka, Sherwin Stowers, Joe Webber, David Raikuna, Ambrose Curtis.

Portugal: Aderito Esteves, Afonso Rodrigues, Pedro Bettencourt, Pedro Leal, Nuno Guedes, Miguel Lucas, Frederico Oliveira, Carl Murray, Tomas Noronha, Manuel Costa, David Mateus, Manuel Pereira.

Russia: Vladimir Ostroushko, Alexander Gudok, Vladislav Lazarenko, Mikhail Kudinov, Ramil Gaysin, Eduard Filatov, Ivan Korotkov, Ramil Yusupov, Ivan Kotov, Alexander Romanov, Alexander Berzin, Dmitry Gritsenko.

Samoa: Levi Asifa'amatala, Misioka Timoteo, Lio Lolo, Faalemiga Selesele, Fale So'oialo, Oneone Faafou, Alatasi Tupou, Sani Niue, Vavao Afemai, Reupena Levasa, Ritchie Ah Chong, Tulolo Tulolo.

Scotland: Scott Riddell, Gregor Young, Michael Maltman, Alex Glashan, Colin Gregor, Mark Robertson, Andrew Turnbull, John Houston, James Johnstone, Chris Dean, Lee Jones, Jack Ferguson.

South Africa: Chris Dry, Philip Snyman, Frankie Horne, Jamba Ulengo, Sampie Mastriet, Kyle Brown, Branco du Preez, Stephan Dippenaar, Justin Geduld, Cecil Afrika, Werner Kok, Cheslin Kolbe.

Spain: Adam Newton, Matias Tudela, Gerardo de la Llana, Ignacio Martin, Jaike Carter, Angel Lopez, Pablo Feijoo, Javier Carrion, Francisco Hernandez, Sergio Fernandez, Igor Genua, Nill Baro.

USA: Carlin Isles, Nick Edwards, Andrew Durutalo, Nu'u Punimata, Zack Test, Brett Thompson, Folau Niua, Pat Blair, Ryne Haitsuka, Zach Mizell, Stephen Tomasin, Miles Craigwell.

Wales: Luke Morgan, Alex Walker, Lee Williams, Chris Knight, Ashley Evans, James Davies, Rhys Jones, Rhys Shellard, Adam Field, Samuel Cross, Jason Harries, Adam Thomas. – Sapa