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DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - Canada had to settle for 13th place at the Dubai Sevens on Saturday, in Liam Middletons debut as head coach.The Canadian men lost 42-19 to France, before going on to beat Japan 29-14 and Kenya 19-12, matching their 13th-place finish at the first event of the season in Australia in October.South Africa won the Dubai Sevens in style by crushing Australia 33-7 in the final.Canada ended up in consolation play after finishing last in its pool Friday with a 1-2-0 record including a 24-12 loss to the Springboks.The Canadians, despite tries from Admir Cejvanovic, Lucas Hammond and Conor Trainor, had a rough start Saturday in their Bowl quarter-final loss to France.They rebounded against Japan in their Shield semifinal, with two tries each from Sean Duke and Justin Douglas, and one from Mike Fuailefau.They capped the tournament by beating Kenya, with two more tries from Douglas and one from Fuailefau.Australias try, meanwhile, right on halftime to tie the score at 7-7, was the only try conceded by the South Africans on finals day, as they blew away Argentina 40-0 in the quarter-finals, and New Zealand by an eye-opening 28-0 in the semifinals.South Africa goes into the third leg of the sevens rugby world series it hosts next weekend in Port Elizabeth, second in the standings, two points behind Fiji.Australia, which upset Fiji 29-24 in extra time in the semifinals, was third overall, and New Zealand fourth.Kwagga Smith, who scored a first-half hat trick against New Zealand, scored the finals opening try for South Africa while Australias Pama Fou was in the sin-bin for a tip tackle. But Fou, fortunate to be only yellow-carded, made amends when he returned to the field and took an overhead pass with the overlap to tie the score at the break.Philip Snyman put South Africa back ahead with a try from turnover ruck ball in front of Australias posts, and Smith prevented Australia from tying again when he held up Sam Myers over the tryline.Seabelo Senatla put the result beyond doubt with two tries in a blink, and Ruhan Nel finished off their fourth title in Dubai, but first since 2008.The Australians pulled off the surprise of the tournament in the semis, when they rallied from 19-0 down, then 24-12 behind, to draw with Fiji 24-24 and force extra time. There, they produced the winning try through Greg Jeloudev.— With files from The Associated Press. Authentic Mikhail Sergachev Jersey . 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The six-foot-two, 200-pound defender may not possess the wow-inspiring theatrics of fellow prospect Morgan Rielly, but nonetheless has a chance to contribute with the Leafs when all is said and done this season. Tampa Bay Lightning Jerseys China .5 million contract, according to a person familiar with the deal. Hatcher agreed to terms Thursday, according to a person who spoke on condition of anonymity because the contract had not been signed. Authentic Louis Domingue Jersey . Dallas also Monday recalled defenceman Aaron Rome from his conditioning assignment with the Texas Stars of the American Hockey League and assigned goaltender Jack Campbell to the AHL squad.Carl Robinson has accomplished quite a bit in his first nine Major League Soccer games at the helm of the Vancouver Whitecaps. After a rocky off-season that saw star striker Camilo Sanvezzo force his way out of town, the energetic and enthusiastic rookie head coach retooled his roster and has Vancouver off to a 3-2-4 start, including a 3-1-1 mark at B.C. Place Stadium. Robinson then admittedly took a risk this week by selecting a "younger than young" starting 11 in a hard-fought 2-1 road defeat to Toronto FC in the first leg of Amway Canadian Championship semifinal that resulted in the Whitecaps escaping with a valuable away goal. But like so many teams in MLS, picking up wins on the road has been elusive, and Robinson will be looking for his first on Saturday when the Whitecaps visit the Columbus Crew. You can see all the action on TSN beginning at 7:30pm et/4:30pm pt. "Were hungry. Part of the reason I left some of the senior guys out on Wednesday was to rest them for Saturday," said the Welshman. "Theyve got to go in now and give me everything theyve got for the weekend." Vancouver is 0-1-3 on the road so far in 2014, but played tough in a loss to the L.A. Galaxy and a draw against to Real Salt Lake — two teams considered to be among the Western Conferences best. Robinson said its his job to find a way to get his players on the front foot when they are the visitors, something that comes much easier at home. "Once I find that solution its going to be a lot easier because it wont put us under as much pressure at B.C. Place in getting results," said Robinson. "Its known throughout MLS that teams, when they go on the road, do struggle. But I think that if youre able to win four or five games away from home and take care of your home business then youre going to be there in the playoffs. "MLS brings up funny results. You lose two or three games and youre down at the bottom of the conference. You win two or three games and youre at the top of the conference. Thats the way Major League Soccer is set up and I think its an exciting way to go." Whitecaps goalkeeper David Ousted said its up to the squad to trust themselves and their abilities in tough environments. "I think its a mentality thing — going away from home and still believing fully that you can go win, even against good teams," he said. "Believing in the team and believing in your own ability and going away from home and trying to win every game is an important thing." Ousted and the Whitecaps other regulars saw some of that fight from the sidelines on Wednesday as Vancouvers kids battled a Toronto roster that boasted high-priced talent like Jermain Defoe and Michael Bradley. "The senior players were there and rooted them on and tried to support them as best as possible," said Ousted. "The young guyys did brilliantly.dddddddddddd. It was a chance for them to show the coaches what they can do and they did really well." The Crew (3-3-3) won their first three games of the season but have failed to record a victory in the last six, including a 1-0 road loss to the Houston Dynamo on Wednesday. "They are a little bit of a wounded animal. Theyre a good team and teams like that will do anything to get back to winning ways," said Ousted. "Were going to their place, were going away from home and they probably are going to come out and give all they can to get the win. We need to be ready for both a battle and a soccer match. "The start of the game will probably be a battle and be about finding the edge. After that we can hopefully get our game going and keep the ball and get chances." Columbus, meanwhile, will be hoping to get back in the win column for the first time since March 29. "Well be coming home, so well have a little more energy, hopefully, that were playing in front of our home fans," Crew midfielder Ethan Finlay told the clubs official website. "(The Whitecaps) are a really good team ... theyre a team that you have to watch for, they have a lot of pieces going forward, and it will be a tough test." One of those pieces in Vancouvers attack is Pedro Morales, who has three goals and two assists in six games this season, including two in last weekends 3-2 home victory over the San Jose Earthquakes. The Chilean is one of the pieces Robinson brought in after Sanvezzos departure and his presence in midfield has been a big part of the Whitecaps early success as the team looks to return to the post-season after missing out in 2013. On the other side, Columbus boasts the equally dangerous Federico Higuain, a striker who has four goals and two assists so far in this campaign. "Hes a special player," Robinson said of the Argentine. "Ive got one in Pedro Morales. He makes things happen in games. "Its going to be interesting. Theres two playmaking players (who are) going to be on the field on Saturday and whichever one probably has the biggest influence will win the game." Notes: Vancouver is 2-2-0 all-time against Columbus, including a 2-1 home victory last season. ... Robinson said he was pleased with striker Omar Salgados performance on Wednesday. The 20-year-old started the season with the second-tier Charleston Battery, but was recalled after the Whitecaps parted ways with Kenny Miller. And with Darren Mattocks out injured, Robinson said the first overall pick in the 2011 MLS SuperDraft will remain with Vancouver for the foreseeable future. ... The second leg of the Amway Canadian Championship tie between Toronto and Vancouver goes Wednesday at B.C. Place. The winner of the two-game, total-goals series will meet either the Montreal Impact or FC Edmonton in the final. 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