|Union||Tonga Rugby Football Union|
|World Cup Sevens|
The Tongan women's national sevens team represents Tonga in rugby sevens.
The team has played at the 2010 and 2011 Asia-Pacific Championship, the Oceania Women's Sevens Championship since 2012, and the 2015 2015 Pacific Games.
They won the Bowl final at the 2011 Borneo Women’s Sevens competition which included teams from Asia and the Oceanic region.
Squad to 2015 Pacific Games:
|2012 Oceania Women's Sevens Championship Squad|
29–31 October 2010 at Kota Kinabalu, Borneo Pool Stage
Plate final (5th place)
23–25 October 2011 at Kota Kinabalu, Borneo
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