The USA men's national 7s team finished Pool Play in Hong Kong Saturday with a 42-7 loss to Wales.
The USA lost their third straight pool match at the Hong Kong 7s, going down 42-7 to Wales Saturday.
From start to finish, Wales had complete control of the game. Dan Fish started the frenzy with a score in the first possession of the game. Soon after, Richard Smith tacked on another with some nifty passes from teammates Alex Walker and Ifan Evans and outpacing the defense to make it 14-0.
Then just before the half, Wales would up the score to 21-0 when Lee Williams quick tapped off a penalty and outpaced Zach Test for a long score.
At the start of the second half, Test would get revenge. After a long pass from Mike Palefau that hit him in stride, Test put on the jets to get the USA's only score of the match at 21-7 with captain Shalom Suniula getting the conversion.
After that, players looked tired, tackles were missed and the mistakes mounted against the Eagles allowing Wales to take advantage.
On the next kick off, Wales spun it out wide to Richard Williams who took a quick step and outran everyone for his second score of the match and a 28-7 lead.
More of the same, as Craig Price and Dan Fish would each contribute to the final scoring for Wales to complete a 42-7 win and Alex Walker making it a perfect six for six day on conversions.
The Eagles now enter the Bowl Semifinals on Sunday against Scotland, slated for 2:21 pm local time, or 11:21 pm Saturday night PT, 2:21 am Sunday morning ET.
If they win, they play at 5:30pm local time (5:30am Sunday ET, 2:30am PT).