Toyota Motors, led by former New Zealand fullback Adrian Cashmore, scored five tries in the final to beat Sanix 35-24 for its second straight victory and second overall in the Japan Sevens rugby tournament on Sunday.

With Keiji Hirose showing why he is nicknamed “Golden Boots,” Toyota scored over 20 points in all three games at Chichibunomiya Stadium in Tokyo, beating Yamaha 28-21 in the first round and NEC 21-19 in the semifinal of the seven-man competition played among the top 24 Japanese teams, including 13 corporate teams.

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