Redeeming their disappointing fourth past year at home, the Aussie women's team smashed New Zealand in their final 31-0 and made history in the process by becoming the first team ever - men's or women's - to go through an entire world series tournament without conceding a point.
Harry Jones and Nathan Hirayama scores tries for Canada, which dropped out of Cup contention by losing all three of its pool games earlier in the tournament - including a 52-5 loss to No. 13 Scotland.
The Qantas Australian Women's Sevens side have created history after claiming the HSBC Sydney7s title thanks to a 31-nil victory over New Zealand in the Cup final.
The results mean England are ranked joint seventh with Kenya for their efforts in Sydney and take 10 points towards their World Series ranking ahead of Hamilton 7s next weekend.
The team didn't settle down from the first whistle and allowed New Zealand to dominate the game. The team won their two group matches to advance to the quarters of the main cup.
New Zealand beat Ireland 36-0 in the quarters and defending champion Canada 26-0 in the semis to set up what shapes as a close final.
Swatting at mosquitoes won't be pointless in any case
It also could help prevent the transmission of certain infectious diseases, Lahondere said to USA Today. A mosquito flies on the end of a tether during an experiment to study responses to a swat-like shock.
Gosper also said future venues would be financially rewarded for combining the men's and women's event, like the Sydney leg has done successfully for the first time this weekend.
Australia is third with 43 points.
Of course, New Zealand have been nearly equally as impressive, they've dominated their opponents too, and this promises to be a titanic showdown.
Fiji carried the ball 95 meters through a series of passes and collisions before Veremalua scored in the arms of two Kiwi tacklers to snatch the most dramatic win of the tournament so far.
A punishment for Kenya afterwards would follow when they ensured they had the possession enabling Josua Vakurunabili to make a mark with the fourth try before Jeff Oluoch could get a consolation for the Shujaa.
Gosper will discuss the options with new Rugby Australia boss Raelene Castle on Monday and said he'd be open to any ideas. Certainly the sponsors are very keen, we've got a new sponsor here Capgemini that are a global sponsor that are very keen that the women are well represented.