Australia's Lachie Anderson completed the line-up.
Kenya moved up one place to eighth in the World Rugby Seven Series when they collected 12 points in Hamilton over the weekend for a total of 35 points.
Clark Laidlaw's side will now contest third place.
Australia beat New Zealand 8-7 in the play-off for third with the winning points coming from a penalty by Jim Stannard on full-time.
"It would be wonderful for the global game and Fiji has contributed a lot to Sevens". "There were tight margins across the weekend and unfortunately we were on the wrong side in that last game", he said.
"The action on the pitch was fantastic, the added carnival and activities on FMG Stadium Waikato's Mill St Field brought a new dimension to the Sevens in New Zealand, and we've had a packed house at the venue both days".
RUBY NYIKA STUFF Brothers Luke left and Jamie Wenman travelled to Hamilton from Palmerston North for Luke's sevens stag
"But we have got stronger".
Prop forwards Curtis Lilako, Brian Nyikuli, Oliver Mang'eni and Peter Karina scored a converted try each to extend the bankers' unbeaten run to eight matches (39 points).
They lost Sevuloni Mocenacagi for the final two matches after he was suspended for two games for a unsafe tackle, but still had just enough firepower to beat New Zealand 14-12 in the semi-finals. Ruadrih McConnochie's double kept England in the contest but New Zealand won 19-12.
A superb second half performance saw the Fijian team storm back, with Alasio Sovita Naduva finishing the match with a hat-trick of tries, helping his team to a dramatic 24-17 win.
They also beat Scotland 33-19 in fifth place semi.
The Canadian men, who stand 10th overall after three events, lost 28-14 to the seventh-ranked Americans, 19-14 to No. 9 Kenya and 22-14 to No. 11 Samoa.
"We were 0-0 at half time versus Australia, but this was a response to starting loosely in the Fiji match", Williams explained.More news: Pope and Erdogan call to protect status of Jerusalem
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