Ireland 19-14 England 

Ireland Women have beaten England in the Rugby World Cup Sevens to qualify for the quarter-finals. 

Tries from Ashleigh Baxter, Amee-Leigh Murphy Crowe (2) saw the Irish claim a 19-14 win that sets up a clash with New Zealand, who beat Mexico 57-0 in their last-16 game, in San Francisco. 

That game will take place at 1.30am Irish time.

Ireland went ahead with a try from Baxter before England recovered to score through Emily Scarratt down the right flank.

Following a successful conversion, Abbie Brown's England took a 7-5 lead into half-time.

However, it was Ireland who stepped things up following the restart, as Murphy-Crowe ran in two tries within the space of as many minutes to move her side 19-7 ahead.

Brown helped inspire a late rally from England, with a quick ball recycled and Alex Matthews was picked out in space to cross over.

England were able to reduce the deficit to five points following another successful conversion, but -
with less than a minute left - Ireland saw out the victory.

While Ireland will progress to a quarter-final against New Zealand, Brown's side must now regroup to tackle Mexico, who are making their debut in the World Cup Sevens competition.

Captain Lucy Mulhall said: "We really happy to get away with a win against really good opposition. 

"[Against New Zealand] we're going to go out with the same focus, the same intensity and we're going to try to put it up to them."