2003–04 World Sevens Series
The 2003–04 IRB Sevens World Series
was the fifth edition of the IRB Sevens World Series
. The Series was held over eight tournaments, an increase over the previous year, as this was the first year that the USA Sevens
was added to the World Series. New Zealand won its fifth consecutive series, narrowly defeating England.
*South Africa won the 2003 Dubai Sevens and lost in the Cup Semi-Finals at the 2003 South Africa Sevens but no points are indicated on the IRB Series Standings for 2003-04. The corresponding description of the series on World Rugby's website, lists South Africa as having finished third and won Dubai. It appears that South Africa should have 20 and 12 points respectively, resulting in 106 points total.
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