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2023 Oceania Sevens Rugby Live Stream
|Game||Oceania Sevens Championships|
|Venue||Navigation Homes Stadium|
|Date & time||24-26 June 2023|
|Television||SKY NZ & Foxtel Now|
|Live Broadcast||Check here for stream live|
The Sevens sides are looking at the Oceania Championships as a crucial step towards their push towards higher honours later in the year. Both the men’s and women’s teams will return to action on June 24-26 as part of a three-day tournamen, joining New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga.
2023 Oceania Sevens Schedule
24 June 2022
Game 1 : New Zealand vs Tonga , kick off : 11:00
Game 2 : Australia Selection vs Fiji , kick off : 11:24
Game 3 : Australia Selection vs Black Ferns Pango , kick off : 11:48
Game 4 : Fijiana vs Black Ferns Ma , kick off : 12:12
Game 5 : Fiji vs Tonga , kick off : 17:00
Game 6 : Australia Selection vs New Zealand , kick off : 17:24
Game 7 : Black Ferns Pango vs Black Ferns MA , kick off : 17:48
Game 8 : Australia Selection vs Fijiana , kick off : 18:12
25 June 2022
Game 9 : Australia Selection vs Tonga , kick off : 11:00
Game 10 : Fiji vs New Zealand , kick off : 11:24
Game 11 : Fijiana vs Black Ferns Pango , kick off : 11:48
Game 12 : Australia Selection vs Black Ferns Ma , kick off : 12:12
Game 13 : New Zealand vs Tonga , kick off : 17:00
Game 14 : Australia Selection vs Fiji , kick off : 17:24
Game 15 : Australia Selection vs Black Ferns Pango , kick off : 17:48
Game 16 : Fijiana vs Black Ferns Ma , kick off : 18:12
26 June 2022
Game 17 : Fiji vs Tonga , kick off : 11:00
Game 18 : Australia Selection vs New Zealand , kick off : 11:24
Game 19 : Black Ferns Ma vs Black Ferns Pango , kick off : 11:48
Game 20 : Australia Selection vs Fijiana , kick off : 12:12
Game 21 : Australia Selection vs Tonga , kick off : 17:00
Game 22 : Fiji vs New Zealand , kick off : 17:24
Game 23 : Fijiana vs Black Ferns Pango , kick off : 18:00
Game 24 : Australia Selection vs Black Ferns Ma , kick off : 18:24
2023 Oceania Rugby Super Sevens
The 2023 Oceania Rugby Super Sevens is a stand alone tournament under the Oceania Rugby Sevens brand.
The event features four men’s and four women’s teams including the current Olympic Gold Medallists Fiji (men’s) and New Zealand (women’s), and current Commonwealth Games and Rugby World Cup Sevens New Zealand (Men’s and Women’s).
The 2023 Oceania Rugby Super Sevens provides targeted High-Performance preparation for pre-qualified regional teams ahead of the 2022 Commonwealth Games and Rugby World Cup Sevens 2022.
Fijiana 7s ready for Oceania tournament
The Fijiana have been in top form ever since the Olympics last year, however the Oceania 7s will be the last testing ground for the Fijiana 7s players to impress the coaching team for a spot in the Commonwealth Games squad.
The national side leaves for Auckland, New Zealand today for a three-day tournament which features Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Tonga.
Long-time captain, Rusila Nagasau, gave some insight into the mood in the Fijiana camp, saying; “For us the competition right now is very high, everybody wants to go for the Commonwealth. There’s only 16 that’s going to go, so going into Oceania right now everybody is fighting for that spot, especially in the team and nobody right now is ready for the Commonwealth Games but everybody is going in to put their hands up for selection to the Commonwealth Games.”
Both the Fijiana and New Zealand Black Ferns are fielding 2 teams each for the competition due to PNG’s sudden withdrawal.
The Oceania 7s will be a mixed tournament,featuring both men and women’s teams.
The tournament will kick off on Friday in Navigation Homes Stadium in Auckland, New Zealand
Los Pumitas will join Australia, Fiji, and New Zealand in the upcoming Oceania u20’s competition.
Argentina’s u20’s will compete in Australia next month. Los Pumitas will join Australia, Fiji, and New Zealand in the upcoming Oceania u20’s competition. The tournament will be played at the Sunshine Coast Stadium in Queensland ftrom July 01 to July 10.
The 2022 edition of the Oceania u20’s is the first since 2019. On the one hand, Argentina competed in a special u20’s competition in South Africa in 2021. On the other hand, teams from Oceania have not played in international competitions during the same time period.
The tournament will be played as the Oceania Rugby Under 20 Championship. This is so despite the involvement of Argentina and the non-involvement of regional powers such as Samoa and Tonga.
The purpose of the Oceania Rugby Under 20 Championship is to give players and teams opportunities to build towards higher honors. It is a vital piece of the High Performance Puzzle. Many players from Argentina u20’s are presently playing in the Súper Liga Americana de Rugby (SLAR) and others for professional clubs around the world.
Argentina’s team that did well in the 2019 Junior World Championship contained players now capped by Argentina who play in England, France, and Italy. Among them are Thomas Gallo, Juan Martín González, Gonzalo García, and Mateo Carreras, SLAR stars Bautista Pedemonte, Gerónimo Prisciantelli, Juan Pablo Castro, Ignacio Mendy were also in the team that defeated France.
The 2022 Oceania Rugby Under 20 Championship will serve all four competitors by replacing the void left by the cancellation of the World Rugby Junior World Championship. That competition will return in 2023 after three years of inactivity.