Top 10 Tries | Rugby Europe 7s Championship Series | Lisbon

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See the best action from the Scotland Women 7s squad at the Lisbon leg of the Rugby Europe 7s Championship. Scotland placed second following a closely-fought final against Poland (19-15).

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