June 22, 2022
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PNG out of Oceania 7s

Papua New Guinea has pulled out of this weekend’s Oceania Rugby Super Sevens Series.

Due to changes to flight schedules and visa complications Papua New Guinea are unable to travel on the dates required in order to arrive in time for the Tournament and have had to withdraw.

Meanwhile, Otahuhu College will host the Black Ferns Sevens teams, Tonga Men’s will be at De Las Salle and Manukau Rugby Football Club, while both the Fiji Men’s and Women’s teams will be at Kings College.

Australia Men’s and Women’s have all but one evening training session at East Tamaki Rugby Football Club

The tournament begins on Friday

By Noa Biudole

 


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