What the opposing coaches said at the Hong Kong 7s:
"I have been keeping in contact with them (New Zealand team) giving them tips from home and telling them what to do at training. I guess it was a good performance from my boys against the French, they put us in a little bit of pressure but I it was a great start."
- New Zealand coach Gordon Tietjens
"We are living in the present and we will take each game at a time. It's unfortunate that we are out of the cup quarter-final."
- England coach Ben Ryan
I think Fiji look good for the tournament. They are doing well and I think are amazing, their strength and depth is fantastic, they are in good shape, they have a good chance if you look at other teams along with Samoa have got pace and power. Canada have pace but they do not have what Fiji has which we saw on Friday night.
- Hong Kong coach Dai Rees
They (Fiji) look like an exciting team, a lot of Hong Kong debutants. They are without their inspirational captain Setefano Cakau but they seem to gel well and come together as a young fearless group. They certainly are showing the skills that are usually associated with Fiji, great handling, great skills and it seems like they are enjoying their time out there. They look similar to the Fijian team from the Gold Coast.
- Kenya coach Mike Friday
Fiji always loves this place and they want to perform here in front of the crowd. We do not mind if Fiji gets to the final as long as we play well against them.
- Canada coach Geraint John
Fiji has a very excitement way of playing and we probably want to play them in the final.
- Portugal coach Frederico Sousa
"I have come over to promote the first game of the Lions against the Barbarians. But my first time in Hong Kong for the sevens and just blown away by the atmosphere and the quality of the sevens rugby."
- Wales coach Warren Gatland
"It (possession) was our problem against Portugal last night, and England had the same problem against Samoa. It was down to who could keep possession and we managed to do that."
- Scotland coach Stephen Gemmell on the win over England