New Zeland were crowned champions of the Glasgow Sevens after powering past England 29-14 in the final.
The Kiwis came out on top in a physical encounter with big hits and strong hand-offs flying in from both sides.
Defences were on top in the opening minutes before Tim Mikkelson put New Zealand 7-0 ahead.
However a spirited display from England saw them draw level after James Rodwell found space to go over.
Some resolute defending from the English kept New Zealand at bay but their resistance was broken when Bryce Hemm wriggled free to aloow DJ Forbes in to score.
Ahead 12-7 at the break, the All Blacks extended their lead thanks to a lung-bursting run from Ardie Savea.
England responded through Sam Edgerley and Dan Norton to reduce the deficit to five points.
But New Zealand showed their class by turning the ball over to kill the game as a contest at 24-14.
Forbes added his second try with just five seconds to go to bring a wonderful final to a close.