Fiji secured their first semi-final place at an Oceania Football Confederation Women’s Nations Cup since 1998 after thrashing Tonga 12-0 in New Caledonia’s capital Nouméa today.
Hong Kong will play the Cook Islands in the next round of qualifying for the 2019 Rugby World Cup after beating South Korea 39-5 to win their first-ever Asia Rugby Championship title.
Fiji moved to the top of the standings in the Oceania Qualifier for next year’s Netball World Cup as they defeated Cook Islands 55-38 in their second game in Auckland.
Samoa and the Cook Islands picked up opening victories as the Oceania Qualifier for next year’s Netball World Cup got underway in Auckland.
Fiji’s netball players have made the short trip from the Gold Coast to New Zealand to take part in the Oceania Qualifying Tournament for the 2019 Netball World Cup that starts in Auckland tomorrow.
World Rugby have announced that Tahiti have been removed from the Rugby World Cup 2019 qualifiers after fielding ineligible players in a match against the Cook Islands last year.
Cook Islands have named their delegation for next month's Commonwealth Games in the Gold Coast, with the athletes set to compete in four sports.
Cook Islands' Patricia Taea beat favourite Toaa Wisil to win the women's 200 metres on the final day of athletics action at the Pacific Mini Games in Port Vila.
Australia thrashed England 38-0 at the Women's Rugby League World Cup, while Jillaroos centre Isabelle Kelly was cleared of a biting allegation made during the game.
Niue and the Cook Islands have become the latest recipients of the Gold Coast 2018 Queen’s Baton, as the relay continues through the Oceania region.
Netball New Zealand (NNZ) has launched a five-year project with four other Pacific countries to strengthen and enhance the development of the sport within the region.
Guam were victorious in the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) 3x3 Pacific Championships in Gold Coast, Australia.
The Cook Islands has been announced as the 99th member Federation of the International Surfing Association (ISA).
Cook Islands National Sports and Olympic Committee praises role of Commonwealth Youth Games in athlete development
Cook Islands Sports and National Olympic Committee (CISNOC) President Hugh Graham says the 2015 Commonwealth Youth Games, currently being held here, are crucial to the sporting development and the future of the Pacific island’s athletes.
Papua New Guinea secure spot in Olympic football play-off with fourth consecutive Pacific Games gold medal
Host nation Papua New Guinea booked their spot in the Rio 2016 Olympic qualification football play-off against New Zealand by successfully defending their Pacific Games gold medal as Marie Kaipu’s first-half strike was enough to give them a scrappy 1-0 victory over New Caledonia at the Sir Hubert Murray Stadium today.