Fiji's Jerry Tuwai was named player of the final in Hamilton.
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Fiji now pulls even with the U.S.in the standings with 57 points apiece heading into next weekend's play in Sydney, Australia.
Coach Gareth Baber said Fiji's win was "obviously very special". "They certainly lifted the team today and we appreciate everything you've done for us".
Ahead of the final the Fijian players waited for the ball girl to arrive on the field and lifted her up in the air.
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New Zealand made sure that it finished its home campaign on a winning note with a 29-7 victory over South Africa in the bronze final.
The winners walked away from Hamilton with back-to-back titles in both New Zealand and the world circuit.
However, on Day 1 they lost to United States of America 29-7, England 36-7, and Samoa 28-12. In the process, England's James Rodwell eclipsed Kiwi DJ Forbes' record for the most appearances ever on the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series.
New Zealand's Stacey Waaka celebrates a try scored by Gayle Broughton during the Day 1 of the Women's Fast Four Tournament 2019 in Hamilton.
The Blitzboks are fourth overall on the World Rugby Sevens Series log and Kok said they will continue to look for improvement as the series progresses, while they want to put in an effort this weekend at the Sydney Sevens that will make the team and the country proud.
Sheevas Dayal is our Rugby Correspondent based in Auckland.