World Rugby has cancelled the Hamilton and Sydney legs of the WSS World Sevens Series 2020-21. The legs which were to be held in January 2021, have been cancelled due to suspension of the Wales Sevens Team on account of corona virus pandemic.
World Rugby chief executive Brett Gosper shared details about the WSS. World Rugby organises World Sevens Series each year to be contested by the 15 core national sevens teams. New Zealand is the current champion.
Further, the record 13 times champion New Zealand has already declined to host the forthcoming WSS leg mainly because of the COVID-19.
Additionally, the joint Dubai and Cape Town leg of the WSS had also been scrapped.
On the other hand, the only [positive news is that the Hong Kong and Singapore leg of the WSS is set to be held in April 2021.