- England finish sixth in Canada
- Read how England progressed on day one here
England Women Sevens finished sixth at the HSBC Langford Sevens after a 7-31 loss against hosts Canada.
After finishing second in Pool B on day one after two wins from three, England were beaten 12-26 in the Cup quarter-final by France but bounced back with a 29-17 victory over Russia to set up the game with Canada.
In a repeat of the final on the last World Series leg where Canada beat England in Kitakyushu, it was Canada's all-time leading scorer Bianca Farella who got the first points after they dominated the early possession.
Julia Greenshields got another try for Canada, with further scores from Farella and Charity Williams giving them a 24-0 lead after seven minutes.
In the first play of the second half, Williams broke from deep to race away for her second and it was when she was sent to the sin bin that England got on the board through Heather Fisher.
There was to be no comeback for James Bailey's side despite their efforts and they had to settle for sixth.
"Overall it was a mixed weekend in terms of results however there are some real positives to take away," said Bailey.
"How we bounced back from the France defeat to beat Russia for a second time was really impressive, the character and the mental toughness from the girls was outstanding.
"I feel we've definitely built some momentum over the last couple of tournaments and got clarity around how we want to play."
Earlier on day two, England faced France in the Cup quarter-final and started brightly and Holly Aitchison was tackled over the French line in the opening minute which forced a knock on, and when France regained possession Jade Le Pesq broke through to dot down.
It was Le Pesq's break through the line which would see Shannon Izar stroll in and Caroline Drouin also capitalised on a gap to race through as England found themselves 0-19 down at half-time.
England would get the first score after the break as Amy Wilson Hardy hit an excellent line off Aitchison but
Camille Grassineau found a gap in the defence for France's fourth try.
It would be England who had to final score as Emma Uren went over but they were beaten 12-26 and moved onto facing Russia.
It was England who opened the scoring in the fifth place semi-final as Ellie Kildunne took a quick tap and go from five metres out from a penalty which she won, and grabbed her second with a superb break from deep down the right wing.
Elena Zdrokova's pace out wide got Russia's first points and she then levelled the game up at 12-12 at the break following the clever offloading from the backs.
Emma Uren's step on the outside and pace nudged England back ahead and they eased away with some clinical attacking play as Deborah Fleming and a second from Uren gave James Bailey's side a comfortable win, despite Alena Mikhaltsova's late score.
Cup quarter-final - England 12-26 France
Tries: Wilson Hardy, Uren
Fifth place semi-final - England 29-17 Russia
Tries: Kildunne (2), Uren (2), Fleming
Fifth place final - England 7-31 Canada
Pool B - England 38-0 China
Tries: Quansah (2), Aitchison, Burton, Rowland, Uren
Pool B - England 21-14 Russia
Tries: Rowland, Brown, Aitchison
Pool B - England 10-12 New Zealand
Tries: Kildunne, Aitchison
England Women Sevens squad:
Abbie Brown (c)
Amy Wilson Hardy