The French, still celebrating their Five Nations Grand Slam triumph, will try to get 'high' for the second successive week, on Sunday, at the Hong Kong Stadium. Labelled as a danger team in this tournament by no less an authority than New Zealand coach Gordon Tietjens, the French have been in an upbeat mood since arriving in town for le Cup. Two players, in particular, are still walking on air - Olivier Magne and Ugo Mola. Openside flanker Magne and winger Mola both featured in France's 47-20 win over Scotland last Saturday - clinching their first Grand Slam in 10 years. 'Yes, I'm still celebrating our Grand Slam . . . it was a great feeling to win,' said the giant backrower who scored one of France's four tries against the Scots. 'I'm still thinking about the win at the Parc,' added Magne, who, like his Dax teammate Mola, will now try to put that triumphant moment behind him and concentrate on the task at hand this weekend. Mola came on as a replacement in the Scotland game. The 23-year-old speedster says the transition from 15s to sevens for Magne and himself will not be hard. 'We both like to run with the ball in hand. Our positions call for that style of play and I don't think there will be much of a problem this weekend,' he said. While it is the first time that Magne will be playing in Hong Kong, Mola played in the French team who won the Plate competition at last year's Hong Kong Sevens. 'I prefer the sevens game. I get to touch the ball a lot more than at 15-a-side rugby,' said Mola, who also played in the inaugural World Cup Sevens in Edinburgh. On that occasion, France finished in 14th place. Not surprising, for at the time they had just started to play the abbreviated version. 'It was a bad performance. We did not have any preparation at all. This time we are better prepared and we are a stronger side,' said Mola. Most of the side are regarded as sevens specialists. Apart from Mola, five others played here last year, including captain Frederic Seguier. 'In France we regard the game as separate and we have a specialist side,' said manager Christian Paul. The team have been together for a long time, having played in the qualifying tournament in Punte del Este where they defeated traditional sevens giants Western Samoa 35-14 after trailing 14-0. The French came storming back and scored five tries, to leave Samoa stunned. This is probably why Tietjens rates them highly - the traditional Gallic flair of running the ball is given fresh meaning in the wide open spaces of sevens rugby. This will make the French a dangerous team. 'Yes, we hope we can pull off an upset,' grinned Mola mischievously.