Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Pacific sport industry stakeholders meet to endorse sport education courses

The Oceania National Olympic Committees (ONOC) is hosting its second Oceania Sport Education Programme (OSEP) Micro-Qualifications Stakeholder Endorsement Meeting from 03 to 6 October in Nadi, Fiji. Experts and key Pacific sport industry stakeholders will...

Captains ready for record-breaking Rugby World Cup in New Zealand

Captains of all 12 nations competing at Rugby World Cup 2021 gathered at the world-famous Eden Park in Auckland on Sunday as anticipation reaches fever pitch ahead of kick-off on 8 October. Eden Park has...

RFL’s Ralph Rimmer in grovelling apology over footage of him mocking Fiji squad

Rugby Football League chief executive Ralph Rimmer has been forced to make a grovelling apology to the Fijian squad after video footage emerged of him mocking them at an awards dinner. Rimmer is caught on...

Panthers masterclass delivers back-to-back premierships

The Penrith Panthers have converted three years of dominance into back-to-back premierships with a clinical 28-12 dismantling of Parramatta in Sunday night's NRL Grand Final. With Clive Churchill Medalist Dylan Edwards (281 metres), Brian To'o...

30,000+ record crowd on track for Rugby World Cup 2021 opening match day

Rugby World Cup 2021 fever is sweeping New Zealand with over 30,000 tickets already snapped up for the opening day at Eden Park on 8 October and sales on track to set a new...

‘Not about the money’: Panthers, Samoa star slams ‘crazy’ Suaalii criticism over Kangaroos snub

Panthers star Jarome Luai says criticism towards Joseph Suaalii has been “disrespectful” after the teen sensation’s motives were questioned for choosing Samoa over Australia for the World Cup. Suaalii was a certainty to make the...

Outcomes Statement – Sports Media Dialogue – at the 6th Pacific Media Summit

Preliminary Representatives of the Sports Journalists Associations in the Solomon Islands, Tonga, Vanuatu and Papua New Guinea with the exception of Fiji, gathered in Honiara, Solomon Islands on the 26th of September 2022 to participate...

Samoa name eight grand final stars in powerful World Cup squad

Toa Samoa's World Cup credentials have been underlined by the inclusion of eight players from the Penrith and Parramatta grand final teams in a powerful squad announced on Tuesday. Samoa are the first Pacific nation...

Historic Oceania Rugby Women’s Combine helped showcase “hidden gems”

-Twenty of the best female players from Papua New Guinea, Samoa and Tonga gathered on Australia’s Gold Coast last week for the historic Oceania Rugby Women’s Combine. Designed to help accelerate the growth of the...

Fiji beaten in MSG Prime Ministers Cup semi-final

The Bula Boys have been beaten 1-0 by Papua New Guinea in the MSG Prime Ministers Cup semifinal at Korman Stadium in Port Villa, Vanuatu. A 23rd-minute goal from a penalty was enough for PNG...

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