Rugby Sevens: Black Ferns eye another Australian scalp at World Cup

If history is to repeat itself, the Black Ferns Sevens will once again need to topple Australia in another final as they look to lift the upcoming World Cup in San Francisco.

New Zealand head into the tournament on the back of their sensational gold medal-winning performance at the Commonwealth Games, and if results go as expected, will play their trans-Tasman rivals and World Series champions for all the marbles.

Games hero, Kelly Brazier, is looking forward to the challenge and is eyeing a similar outcome in the United States as the one on the Gold Coast.

"That rivalry between New Zealand and Australia it's always there and we happen to always meet them in the final," she told Newshub.

"For us, it's about firstly getting there to be able to play Australia and then it's just worrying about our own game and hopefully we can do that and get another one over them.

"It's huge; everyone wants to go to a world cup, whether it's 15s or sevens. To have that opportunity to go there, all the girls are excited and can't wait to get to San Fran."

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