Scotland 7s put in a clinical performance in their second match of the first day of the Emirates Airline Glasgow 7s, beating USA, 26-0.
Head coach, Stephen Gemmell, said: "Credit to the players, they knew what they needed to do and they were clinical and accurate.
We need to keep improving for our third match against Spain and show we're moving forward and becoming more consistent in our play."
From the outset Scotland controlled the game, with Scott Riddell and Richie Vernon tearing up the pitch. Their play in the breakdown was particulalry impressive. Also, Lee Jones showed his flare on the wing with a brace in the match and Colin Gregor boasted his game sense with a number of assists.
Chris Dean touched down in the second-half, seconds after coming onto the pitch and Nick De Luca, made a lovely step inside to score his first sevens try since 2006, at the end of the first half. Gregor converted three of the four scores.
The most impressive element of the game was, just like against Australia, their opposition were never able to create any real threat, as Scotland closed them down quickly.
Tries: Lee Jones (2), Nick De Luca and Chris Dean
Conversions: Colin Gregor (3)
Starting team: Scott Riddell, Richie Vernon, James Eddie, Colin Gregor, Nick De Luca, Scott Wight and Lee Jones.
Replacements: Colin Shaw, Andrew Turnbull, Chris Dean (all 10mins), Alex Glashan and Michael Maltman (both 11mins)
|Scotland 7s||33||v||12||Spain 7s|
|Australia 7s||36||v||7||Spain 7s|