Facing a ferociously partisan crowd in the women's final against Australia, Kelly Brazier's 60-metre dash deep into extra-time had given the New Zealand women a 17-12 victory.
The 17-10 victory secured top spot in Pool B for Olympic champions Australia with an unbeaten record and set up a semi-final with Canada, who had lost the Pool A decider to New Zealand 24-7 in the first session of the day.
The Aussie Men will face Scotland in the fifth place playoff at 1:33pm AEST, before the Women take on New Zealand in the gold medal match at 2:42pm AEST.
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How do we make it work? Last year, Fletcher ran 50 miles during the course of the school day in the Lion Pride Run. Pierce said, "A lot of the kids that are participating in this play will also be in Arch's production".
But England made it a thrilling finish, narrowing the gap to just five points with 25 seconds to go.
Having put last night's nail biting win against Fiji behind them, star Aussie Sevens flyer Emma Tonegato and coach Tim Walsh cut much more content figures after their semi final win over Canada.
New Zealand and England are currently playing their semifinal now at Robina Stadium. "I had no idea what was going on. but I am so proud of the girls", Goss said.
"They held their composure, like we did", Walsh said.
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Canadian captain Ghislaine Landry opened the scoring in their semi clash with the defending Olympic champions.
Regan Ware matched that with a couple of sidesteps of his own to beat four defenders on his way to New Zealand's second try after four minutes.
Charlotte Caslick, one of Australia's best at these games, didn't come back on in the second half after a head knock.
Portia Woodman was pulled down just short of the line, as England found some momentum, but Michaela Blyde found New Zealand's second just before the break.
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It is the third gold medal for Chong Wei in the Commonwealth Games edition in the men's single after winning it in 2006 and 2010. Despite much negotiation from Srikanth, Chong Wei emerged victorious and claimed another gold medal for Malaysia .
The Kiwis, who overcame a mumps scare before the competition, led 12-0 early but had to withstand a powerful comeback from the Australians, who took the final into extra time at 12-12. The New Zealand men celebrated later with a bare-chested haka on the field.