Kenya beat Samoa 24-19, Australia 12-7 before picking a 24-24 draw against Ireland in their final pool game.
The Canadian women's rugby sevens team will play for bronze at the HSBC World Series Rugby Sevens event in Cape Town, South Africa, after falling to New Zealand in the semifinals.
The French, who upset New Zealand before losing 19-7 to Canada in last weekend's quarterfinals in Dubai, led 14-0 at the half Saturday on tries by Coralie Bertrand and Seraphine Okemba.
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Despite being unbeaten, New Zealand will look to improve on Sunday.
The South Americans had earlier defeated Wales 45-0, while Canada also beat the Welsh, 17-14, in the dead rubber.
The Canadian women, who blanked Brazil 32-0 on Friday, opened play Saturday with 28-7 win over Spain thanks to two-try performances from both captain Ghislaine Landry and Bianca Farella.
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Samoa couldn't overcome two yellow cards against Kenya, and Australia had a man in the sin-bin when Ireland's Terry Kennedy sliced through them on halfway and ran untouched to the right corner for the match-winning try.
Fiji Airways Fijian 7s halfback Jerry Tuwai tries to tackle on U.S. prop Danny Barrett in their pool opener of the Cape Town 7s in South Africa on December 14, 2019.
The Kiwi men top Pool B with three wins from three, next facing off against Scotland in the quarter-finals. It marks the first time the women have taken part in the tournament.More news: NASA astronauts embark on the first all-female spacewalk