PAUL DELPORT- South Africa: "Nice to get two on the board, we really wanted to start well, especially after last week. It was important. The guys aren't used to playing over three days so to build some momentum going into days two and three it is always great. The way we do it, it is day one game one, game two. Tomorrow it is day two game one, we are not worried if it is a pool game, or a quarter or a semi, every opponent we play against we respect them."
FREDERICO SOUSA- Portugal: "We feel good, a little bit happy with our morale up after a scrappy defeat against Scotland, we needed to turn it around and step up. I think the Series is very even, anyone can beat anyone and that shows by the results. We just need to consistent. For us it is very important, unfortunately we had that narrow loss against Scotland but we will fight back against Fiji."
ALEX MAGLEBY- USA Sevens coach (after defeat to Australia): "It was a really dumb first half. We played a lot of crash ball that we didn't need to. Australia beat us up pretty good in the contact point. I thought they were playing the best rugby in the Series coming in here. There are some positives we can take, it is nice to play in front of a home crowd but we need to perform and that is what we've got to do."
FAAMONI LALOMILO- Samoa: "It was really tough. Spain, they wanted to win the game, but I am happy with the boys, especially in the second half and by the end we won. We had to keep the ball and not to force the pass, to recycle the ball and take it wide and use it well. It is a second home, a big ground for Samoa, and the boys have to work hard for the fans too. It is not easy to defend the title, but we have to work hard on our plan."
AL CARAVELLI- Philippines: "You look at some of the pools, I think it is pretty tough to see two of those teams, look at Fiji last week go down to the Bowl competition for the first time, and then Canada beating them. Kenya beating New Zealand too on home soil, that is phenomenal. The Series goes from strength to strength, and it is exciting. It gives me a different perspective, and many different aspects of the game."