Tokelau national rugby sevens team

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Tokelau national rugby sevens team is a minor national side. They competed at the 2011 Pacific Games in New Caledonia where they finished in 8th place. [1]



Squad to the 2011 Pacific Games

Tournament History

Pacific Games

Pacific Games
Flag of Guam.svg 1999 Did Not Compete
Flag of Fiji.svg 2003
Flag of Samoa.svg 2007 Plate Final5th6402
Flags of New Caledonia.svg 2011 7th Place Playoff8th6204
Flag of Papua New Guinea.svg 2015 Did Not Compete
Flag of Samoa.svg 2019
Flag of the Solomon Islands.svg 2023 TBD
Total0 Titles2/612606

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  1. "Sport: Tokelau hoping to build Pacific Games presence". RNZ. 2019-08-12. Retrieved 2023-11-17.