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Stan will Live broadcast Oceania 7s Championship 2023 November 10–12 at Brisbane

Stan will broadcast the live Oceania Seven Games. 2023 Oceania 7s Championship every game in the majority of the territories.

by Roger Brown

The 15th Oceania Sevens Rugby competition in men’s rugby sevens will take place in 2023 at the Oceania 7s Championship. It will take place from November 10–12 at Brisbane, Australia’s Ballymore Stadium and act as the regional qualifier for the 2024 Paris Olympic Sevens.

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Oceania 7s Championship Teams

American Samoa

Australia

Cook Islands

Fiji

Kiribati

Nauru

New Zealand

Niue

Oceania Barbarians

Papua New Guinea

Samoa

Solomon Islands

Tonga

Tuvalu

Vanuatu

Each of the three pools of five teams had a seed.

The three Oceania countries that have previously qualified—Australia, Fiji, and New Zealand—as well as Niue, which is not Olympic-eligible, and the Oceania Sevens invitational team—the Barbarians—are grouped in Pool A to give contending nations a clear path to the 2024 Summer Olympic Sevens. For Olympic qualification, the remaining teams are seeded into Pools B and C.

Oceania 7s Championship

The Olympic qualifying berth was determined by a playoff between the Pool B and Pool C winners.

Oceania Sevens Championship 2023 Fixtures

10 November 2023
14:56 : Fiji vs Niue

10 November 2023
15:18 : New Zealand vs Oceania Barbarians

10 November 2023
18:58 : Australia vs Oceania Barbarians

10 November 2023
19:42 : New Zealand vs Fiji

11 November 2023
13:12 : Fiji vs Oceania Barbarians

11 November 2023
13:34 : Australia vs Niue

11 November 2023
16:30 : New Zealand vs Niue

11 November 2023
16:52 : Fiji vs Australia

11 November 2023
18:42 : Niue vs Oceania Barbarians

11 November 2023
19:26 : New Zealand vs Australia

10 November 2023
14:12 : Solomon Islands vs American Samoa

10 November 2023
14:34 : Samoa vs Tuvalu

10 November 2023
18:14 : Cook Islands vs Tuvalu

10 November 2023
18:36 : Samoa vs Solomon Islands

11 November 2023
12:28 : Solomon Islands vs Tuvalu

11 November 2023
12:50 : Cook Islands vs American Samoa

11 November 2023
15:24 : Solomon Islands vs Cook Islands

11 November 2023
15:46 : Samoa vs American Samoa

11 November 2023
17:58 : American Samoa vs Tuvalu

11 November 2023
18:20 : Samoa vs Cook Islands

10 November 2023
13:28 : Papua New Guinea vs Kiribati

10 November 2023
13:50 : Tonga vs Nauru

10 November 2023
17:30
Vanuatu vs Nauru

10 November 2023
17:52 : Tonga vs Papua New Guinea

11 November 2023
11:44 : Papua New Guinea vs Nauru

11 November 2023
12:06 : Vanuatu vs Kiribati

11 November 2023
14:40
Papua New Guinea vs Vanuatu

11 November 2023
15:02 : Tonga vs Kiribati

11 November 2023
17:14 : Kiribati vs Nauru

11 November 2023
17:36 : Tonga vs Vanuatu

25 teams from the Pacific, including the men’s and women’s Australian teams, gather at Ballymore Stadium for the Oceania 7s. Over the course of three days, there will be 66 matches (35 men’s and 31 women’s).

Some see it as a last adjustment prior to the redesigned HSBC SVNS Series. For others, it was an opportunity to guarantee Olympic qualification for 2024 Paris.

Here is all the information you require on the forthcoming Oceania 7s in Brisbane.

Oceania 7s Championship Men’s and Women’s Worldwide

Australia’s men and women finished second and sixth in the World Series last year, respectively, so they are already guaranteed a spot at the Olympics next year.

As a result, they will compete in pools unrelated to Olympic qualification, although their last warm-up match before the first-ever (and renamed) SVNS Series begins in Dubai on December 2–3 will not be without drama.

Five members of the Australian men’s team experienced World Series victory in 2021–2022; eleven of the thirteen women picked are current Commonwealth and World Cup champions.

In Pool A, the Australian men will compete against Fiji, New Zealand, Niue, and an Oceania Barbarians team. The top two teams will advance to an Oceania 7s Championship final to compete for regional bragging rights.

Over the course of three days, Australia’s women will play five matches against a New Zealand Development team. The Black Fern 7s are the defending World Series champions, so don’t be duped by the development tag; they have a talented roster of up-and-coming players.

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