The first full day of action in the 2021 Women’s Sevens Tunis Solidarity Camp tournament did not disappoint.
The first game of the day looked like it might produce the first big turning point of the tournament.
Madagascar came out firing with a straight two wins over the host country (Team A : 12-5 / Team B : 19-10) and that was not the only good performance of the day as Madagascar (A) won its second game (14-12) against Kenya (A) emerging as a dominant force.
Then, the offense went ice cold. Kenya (B) took things in hand and secured its first won against Madagascar (B) (19-0) and that was the tip of the iceberg on a day that delivered on the promise.
After the break, Tunisia (A) finished its second game on a high note with a first (12-7) comforting victory over Kenya (A) before Tunisia (B) fall high (14-0) in the closing game against Kenya (B) turning the page of an up-and-down performance during this first tournament day.
The games were full of excitement. Each team tried its best to dominate and confirm its good shape without losing sight of the July timeline for the Tokyo Olympics.