All the black seven had to put up with the third place in Hamilton last weekend after the United States was disbanded in the semi-final.
New Zealand's overall ranking is the third place, just three points behind Fiji's competition leader.
Today in the morning, seven of the seven had a good start, pulling Wales in their first pool game 27-14.
Black ferns Seven, whose competition started last night in Sydney, have continued their sincere start in the season, claiming that the three dominant wins will win their pool.
Follow on to update information on how New Zealand's teams are following.
1.52pm Black Ferns Seven will meet with Canada in the quarterfinals. Today they will act at. 20.00, in addition, the tournament women's round will only play one quarter final before the winner of tomorrow.
New Zealand met with the men in the square just before the clock.
Here is a reference to women's actions from last night:
Black ferns have played their seven-year season in the same way that the last one ended – with more victory.
Winners of World Cup and Commonwealth Games have not lost their game because last year Sydney Sevens finished in Australia.
And after Sunday's racing to the Fast Four in Hamilton, Black Ferns continued his hot form, returning to Sydney.
First of all, they took care of opening their tournaments against Papua New Guinea's 38-5 victory over the rocky start.
It was possible that the Kiwi had a touch of touch, as the PNG veteran Fatima Rama got the first attempt – a staggering 75-m crowd that she added with a flip.
But New Zealand quickly overcame the early fear of trying to take advantage of the 12-5 break from Sarah Hirini and Nathan-Wong. From then on, it was simple, because the Black Ferns still accumulated in four more tiring PNGs.
It was a similar story on his second day of the game, as the Black Ferns won the 31-7 victory in France, which also beat the 31-0 Sunday Fast in the final.
France could have closed it earlier, when French Chloe Pelle canceled Michaela Blyde's opening attempt.
But again, the Black Fern has been taken over in recent periods when Stace Washaka, Gayle Broughton and Tyla Nathan-Wong crossed to get them well ahead.
When the final hooters came out, Blyde appeared again in the left wing, as she did all the way to win the victory last year.
Black ferns closed a successful day when the third game was England 29-0. On Saturday, they will play their quarter-finals, semi-finals and closing finals on Sunday.