Canada ended the Singapore Sevens tournament with a loss and tied for 11th place in the Challenge Trophy semifinals on Sunday.
They fell in their first match against Fiji, 50-12 with Fiji dominating the second half.
In their second match of pool play, South Africa defeated Canada 36-0. A number of errors kept Canada off the scoreboard which allowed the Blitzboks to capitalize.
They rallied and defeated Scotland 33-10 with two tries from Jake Thiel, one from Harry Jones & Phil Berna. Nate Hiroyama kicked for two.
Canada then went on to win their Challenge Trophy quarterfinal match against Japan 33-14 with tries from Connor Braid, Phil Berna, Justin Douglas, Jake Thiel, and Nathan Hirayama.
The Canadians led France 12-7 at the half with tries from Hirayama and Braid, before losing 19-12 in a tough fought game.