New Caledonia national rugby sevens team

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Union Comite Regional de Rugby de Nouvelle Caledonie
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The New Caledonia national rugby sevens team finished in sixth place at the 2011 Pacific Games.

Contents

Squad

Squad to 2015 Pacific Games: [1]

Previous Squads

2011 Pacific Games

Pool stages

Group C

Finals

Quarterfinals

5–8th Semifinals

5th place game

2011 Oceania Sevens Championship

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References

  1. pg2015.gems.pro (9 July 2015). "2015 Pacific Games Men's 7s" (PDF). Retrieved 11 July 2015.
  2. Federation of Oceania Rugby Unions (2011). "2011 Oceania Sevens Championship Fixtures and Results". Archived from the original on 19 June 2012. Retrieved 25 June 2012.