|Union||Samoa Rugby Union|
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The Samoa women's national rugby sevens team is the fourth-strongest team in Oceania after New Zealand, Australia and Fiji.
Samoa competed in the 2011 Pacific Games, resulting runner-up after losing to Fiji. At the 2015 Pacific Games they defeated Tonga at the fifth place match.
At the Oceania Women's Sevens Championship, Samoa resulted second in 2007 and fourth in 2008, 2013 and 2014.
Squad to the 2015 Pacific Games:
|2011 Pacific Games squad|
Playoff for 6th place game
Third place game
The Fiji national football team is Fiji's national men's team and is controlled by the governing body of football in Fiji, the Fiji Football Association. The team plays most of their home games at the ANZ National Stadium in Suva.
The Pacific Games is a multi-sport event, much like the Olympic Games, with participation exclusively from countries around the Pacific Ocean. It is held every four years and began in 1963.
The Papua New Guinea women's national football team is controlled by the Papua New Guinea Football Association (PNGFA). Its nickname is the Lakatois, which is a Motuan sailing vessel. Their home ground is the Sir Hubert Murray Stadium, located in Port Moresby and their current manager is Peter Gunemba. Deslyn Siniu is the team's most capped player and top scorer.
The Vanuatu women's national football team represents Vanuatu in international women's association football. The team is controlled by the Vanuatu Football Federation (VFF). Vanuatu's home field is the Port Vila Municipal Stadium, located in the country's capital, Port Vila. The team is managed by Job Alwin.
The Oceania Table Tennis Federation (OTTF) is a table tennis organization found on 1 June 1977, recognized by International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) as its continental federation in Oceania. Discussions began at the Commonwealth Table Tennis Championships held in Melbourne, 1975. Seven foundation members were New Zealand, Australia, Guam, Papua New Guinea, Fiji, New Caledonia and Tahiti.
The Oceania Women's Sevens is the regional championship for women's international rugby sevens in Oceania. The tournament is held over two days, typically on a weekend. It is sanctioned and sponsored by Oceania Rugby, which is the rugby union governing body for the region.
The 2011 Pacific Games women's rugby sevens tournament was held in New Caledonia from 31 August to 2 September 2011 in Nouméa. This was the inaugural rugby sevens tournament for women at the Pacific Games. Fiji won the gold medal defeating Samoa by 43–7in the final. Papua New Guinea took the bronze defeating New Caledonia by 19–5 in the third place match.
The Fiji women's national sevens rugby union team won the Gold medal at the 2011 Pacific Games. They qualified for the 2013 Rugby World Cup Sevens. The Fijiana team qualified for the 2016 Olympics by winning the 2015 Oceania Women's Sevens that was held in Auckland, New Zealand.
The Guam Women's National Sevens Rugby Union Team is Guam's national representative in Rugby sevens.
The New Caledonia women's national rugby sevens team is New Caledonia's national representative in rugby sevens.
The Cook Islands women's national sevens rugby union team is Cook Islands national representative in Rugby sevens.
The Tahiti women's national sevens rugby union team is Tahiti's national representative in Rugby sevens. Tahiti competes in the Pacific Games since the introduction of women's rugby sevens in the 2011 Pacific Games in New Caledonia.
The New Caledonia national rugby sevens team finished in sixth place at the 2011 Pacific Games.
Boxing at the Pacific Games has been contested since 1963 when it was included as one of ten sports at the First South Pacific Games held in Suva, Fiji. There are presently ten weight classes for the men's competition at the Pacific Games, known as the South Pacific Games prior to 2011, in accordance with the (amateur) International Boxing Association (AIBA) classifications.
The 1971 South Pacific Games, held at Papeete in Tahiti from 25 August to 5 September 1971, was the fourth edition of the South Pacific Games.
The 1999 South Pacific Games, held in Guam from 29 May to 12 June 1999, was the eleventh edition of the South Pacific Games.
The 1997 South Pacific Mini Games were held at Pago Pago in American Samoa from 11–22 August 1997. It was the fifth edition of the South Pacific Mini Games. It was much larger than previous editions, with an almost doubling of the number of medals awarded compared to the 1993 South Pacific Mini Games. The impressive performances by Nauru in weightlifting continued in Pago Pago, with the tiny nation finishing on top of the unofficial medal table after winning 33 gold.
The 1995 South Pacific Games, held at Papeete in French Polynesia from 25 August to 5 September 1995, was the tenth edition of the South Pacific Games.
The 1987 South Pacific Games, held from 8–20 December 1987 at Nouméa in New Caledonia, was the eight edition of the South Pacific Games. Political events of the time affected the Games in 1987 and the number of competitors were down. Fiji had two military coups in 1987, and within New Caledonia itself, the Games became a focus of protest in the Kanak independence struggle. The French territories of New Caledonia and French Polynesia had the largest teams and dominated the medal count, with Papua New Guinea finishing third ahead of a depleted Fijian team.
The Women's rugby sevens tournament at the 2015 Pacific Games was held in Port Moresby from 8 to 10 July 2015 at the Sir John Guise Stadium. Fiji won the gold medal defeating Australia by 12–10 in the final. Hosts PNG took the bronze medal defeating New Caledonia 15–0.