The HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2016-17 may be wrapped up after South Africa's win in Paris, but the DHL Impact Player for the series is still all up for grabs heading into the finale in London this coming weekend.
Japan's Siosifa Lisala won the tournament award in Paris with some incredible statistics, making 16 tackles, seven breaks, five offloads, 23 carries and a total of 51.
Wales' Sam Cross finished second behind Lisala and has put himself in a strong position to take the overall series award as he heads the standings ahead of England's Dan Norton. In third place in Paris was Japan's Katsuyuki Sakai, with his most notable stat being a huge 24 tackles.
England flyer Norton, who tops the all-time try scoring table in rugby sevens, didn't feature in the top seven DHL Impact Players in Paris, allowing Cross to take an 11 point lead in the Performance Tracker standings overall, with a total of 336. USA's Perry Baker is also in the mix, currently sitting in third place overall in 308 points but would have to have a huge weekend in London to be in with a chance.
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