Oceania Rugby Sevens Championships
Men's and Women's Sevens Tournament
The 2018 Oceania Rugby Sevens Championships will be the eleventh edition of the Men’s event, sixth edition of the Women’s event and the fourth time the two events have been combined. The regional championship was introduced as a result of the successful and highly popular World Rugby HSBC World Series and the Rugby World Cup (RWC) Sevens. The Oceania region boasts to contain the cream of the crop in regard to top performers in Rugby Sevens, including the current Olympic Gold Medallists Fiji (Men's) and Australia (Women's), current Commonwealth Games and RWC Sevens New Zealand (Men’s and Women’s) and reigning World Rugby HSBC Sevens Series Champions Australia (Women's) as such the annual Oceania Rugby Sevens Championship is a hotly contested competition.
The 2018 event is supported by the Fiji Government.
2018 Oceania Rugby Sevens Championships Tournament
It was announced on Tuesday 4th September in a continuing commitment to ensuring regional fans have access to experiencing the best of the best in the world of Sevens Rugby the Men’s and Women’s events will staged together in Suva at ANZ Stadium over two days Friday 9th and Saturday 10th November 2018.
The Men’s Championship event will see 13 teams from around the region vying to take the championship title from New Zealand, including HSBC Series core teams Australia, Samoa and Fiji.
Men’s teams (in alphabetical order) contesting the 2018 Oceania Rugby Men’s Sevens Championship):
*denotes 2017 Oceania Rugby Sevens Champions
There are 8 women’s teams in 2018 with Australia and New Zealand considered front runners for the title. Fiji and Papua New Guinea will be keen to close the gap between themselves and the previous title holders. Debutantes Nauru will be out to prove themselves at the regional event.
Women’s teams (in alphabetical order) contesting the 2018 Oceania Rugby Women’s Sevens Championship:
Children under the Age of 12 – will be permitted free-entry to the Embankment Areas only Tickets can be bought at the: Fiji Sports Council Office at Laucala Bay in Suva, Fiji.
Or simply visit www.ticketdirect.com.fj for online purchases. Customers need to note that there is a service fee for online purchases. For ticket queries in Fiji call P: 3312 177 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, ticket queries can be posted at the Fiji Sports Council’s Facebook page
For more information click here or contact Oceania Rugby