Looking to make the podium at the inaugural Commonwealth Games women's rugby sevens competition, England failed to make the most of a strong period of second-half pressure in their semi-final as they were comprehensively beaten 26-5 by the All Blacks, who went on to claim gold.
Brazier's 60-metre dash in extra time to complete a 17-12 win over the Rio Olympics champions Australia had silenced a boisterous local crowd at Robina Stadium on Sunday, so they switched their support to Fiji for the men's decider.
Scotland and Wales men lost their final pool matches, to South Africa and Fiji, and face each other in one of the games to decide 5th to 8th place on Sunday.More news: Major Ice Storm Could Hit Mississauga This Weekend
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The victor of that match will progress through to the semi-finals and the loser will be out of medal contention. Stacey Waaka then wrapped up the 24-7 win with a fourth try for the world champions to secure top spot in the pool.
"This is an extremely special result for our sevens teams and will go down as a great day in our sevens history". "We put in an unbelievable performance", said Amy Wilson-Hardy.
Australia had lost co-captain Sharni Williams to injury in their win over England, but roared on by the near capacity crowd the hosts opened the scoring when the quick feet of Emma Tonegato allowed her to dart through the Fiji defence in the first minute.
Australia were awarded a penalty after the siren, but Cassie Staples - apparently thinking her side was up following Green's try - kicked the ball into touch.