Caroline Crossley of Victoria, now forever the subject of a trivia question, will go into the books as first Canadian player to score a try in the Commonwealth Games.
Scott Curry of New Zealand is tackled during the Rugby Sevens match between New Zealand and Kenya on day 10 of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games at Robina Stadium on April 14, 2018 on the Gold Coast, Australia.
Only the victor of the pool advances to Sunday's semi-finals in Robina, meaning New Zealand coudn't really afford to drop a game in group play, but they never looked like they would with three dominant performances.
Despite the loss to the Kiwis, Canada qualified for the medal round and will play an opponent to be determined today in a semifinal at 6 p.m. PDT.
The victor of that match will progress through to the semi-finals and the loser will be out of medal contention. And Tait has taken looks at a handful of others in the past year.
Jason Roy pummels DD to a last ball victory against MI
It isn't out of the question that a middle-order batsman wins this market on a fairly low total, after early Mumbai wickets. It was a poor day in the office for MI's best bowler Mayank Markande who finished expensive, giving away 42 in three overs.
As we move closer to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, it's inevitable that the look of Canada's women's sevens team will evolve.
South Africa took a 33-0 lead into half time, and by the time they were done they had scored a total of 8 tries.
The Black Ferns Sevens crushed Kenya 45-nil and South Africa 41-nil on Friday, before rounding out pool play on Saturday evening with a comfortable 24-7 win over Canada.
The men maintained their unbeaten run and eliminated Australia to set up a match against New Zealand on Sunday.