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Final standings
  • Group A W/L P
    1 [AUS] Australia 3/0 6
    2 [SAM] Samoa 2/1 5
    3 [FIJ] Fiji 1/2 4
    4 [TAH] Tahiti 0/3 3
    Group B W/L P
    1 [NZL] New Zealand 3/0 6
    2 [CAL] New Caledonia 2/1 5
    3 [GUM] Guam 1/2 4
    4 [PNG] Papua New Guinea 0/3 3
    • 1/2 FINALS
    • FINAL

    1/2 FINALS

    AUS
    Australia Australia
    137
    CAL
    New Caledonia New Caledonia
    8
    #1 | Fri 9 Dec - 14:00 (GMT+13) AUS CAL Fri 9 Dec - 14:00 (GMT+13) Rewatch here
    NZL
    New Zealand New Zealand
    108
    SAM
    Samoa Samoa
    25
    #2 | Fri 9 Dec - 18:00 (GMT+13) NZL SAM Fri 9 Dec - 18:00 (GMT+13) Rewatch here

    FINAL

    AUS
    Australia Australia
    107
    NZL
    New Zealand New Zealand
    52
    #1 | Sat 10 Dec - 16:00 (GMT+13) AUS NZL Sat 10 Dec - 16:00 (GMT+13) Rewatch here

    3rd PLACE

  • 1
    AUS

    Australia

    2
    NZL

    New Zealand

    3
    SAM

    Samoa

    Team
    4CALNew Caledonia
    5FIJFiji
    6TAHTahiti
    Team
    7PNGPapua New Guinea
    8GUMGuam

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Suva is the capital city and second most populated municipality of Fiji, after Nasinu. It is located on the southeast coast of the island of Viti Levu, Central Division. Suva is Fiji’s political and administrative capital and is the largest and most cosmopolitan city in the South Pacific. As such, it has become an important regional centre with students from across the Pacific region and a growing expatriate community making up a significant portion of the city’s population.

The official languages of Fiji are English and Fijian, however, Hindi is also widely spoken. Suva City has a population of roughly 80,000 although that number jumps significantly if you include the greater Suva urban area.

The Championship is being held in Fiji’s warm season. During this season, the temperature of Suva ranges between 22 degrees and 32 degrees. However, this is also part of the rainy season so you can expect heavy rainfall over short durations.

There are a number of restaurants and cafes available with a variety of cuisines and two main shopping complexes.