2007 Oceania Handball Champions Cup

The 2007 Oceania Handball Champions Cup was held in Tahiti from the 22 October to 2 November 2007. With 6 teams from 4 countries competing in Tahiti for the second edition of the Men Oceania Champions Cup, the level of play was much higher than during the first edition.

The final saw defending champions JS Mont Dore from New Caledonia taking another Oceania Champions Cup over hosts AS Dragon. The third place play off saw Australian side Canberra beat AS Dumbea of New Caledonia. Auckland were fifth and Tahitian side A.S. Faa'a were sixth.

Modus edit

All six team played a round robin. The best two teams played the final. All games expect the final were 2×20 min. The final was the regular 2×30.[1]

Round robin stage edit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1   JS Mont Dore 5 4 1 0 91 70 +21 14 Qualification for the final
2   AS Dragon 5 4 0 1 90 81 +9 13
3   Canberra 5 2 1 2 83 84 −1 10 Qualification for the 3rd place game
4   AS Dumbea 5 2 1 2 82 93 −11 10
5   Auckland 5 1 1 3 81 82 −1 8 Qualification for the 5th place game
6   A.S. Faa'a 5 0 0 5 75 92 −17 5
Source: fthandball

Day 1:[2]

28 October 2007 AS Dumbea   18–17   A.S. Faa'a
(7–6)
28 October 2007 AS Dragon   16–15   Canberra
(10–8)
28 October 2007 JS Mont Dore   12–12   Auckland
(6–4)

Day 2:[3]

29 October 2007 AS Dragon   16–11   AS Dumbea
(6–5)
29 October 2007 Auckland   15–11   A.S. Faa'a
(6–7)
29 October 2007 JS Mont Dore   18–14   Canberra
(9–7)

Day 3:[4]

30 October 2007 Canberra   18–15   A.S. Faa'a
(9–7)
30 October 2007 JS Mont Dore   18–15   AS Dragon
(10–6)
30 October 2007 AS Dumbea   20–18   Auckland
(9–10)

Day 4:[5]

31 October 2007 AS Dragon   20–16   A.S. Faa'a
(10–8)
31 October 2007 JS Mont Dore   22–13   AS Dumbea
(9–6)
31 October 2007 Canberra   16–15   Auckland
(9–6)

1 November 2007 AS Dragon   23–21   Auckland
(10–10)
1 November 2007 JS Mont Dore   21–16   A.S. Faa'a
(13–7)
1 November 2007 AS Dumbea   20–20   Canberra
(11–8)

Placement games edit

5th place game edit

1 November 2007
15:00
Auckland   24–21   A.S. Faa'a
(13–10)

3rd place game edit

1 November 2007
16:30
Canberra   19–15   AS Dumbea
(9–7)

Final edit

1 November 2007
19:30
JS Mont Dore   27–22   AS Dragon
(14–10)

Final standings edit

Classification
    JS Mont Dore
    AS Dragon
    Canberra
4   AS Dumbea
5   Auckland
6   A.S. Faa'a

References edit

  1. ^ "Le Mont-Dore veut conserver son titre". Les Nouvelles Calédoniennes (in French). 26 October 2007. Archived from the original on 21 March 2023. Retrieved 21 March 2023.
  2. ^ "Les Calédoniens débutent bien". Les Nouvelles Calédoniennes (in French). 31 October 2007. Archived from the original on 21 March 2023. Retrieved 21 March 2023.
  3. ^ "Dragon surclasse Dumbéa". Les Nouvelles Calédoniennes (in French). 1 November 2007. Archived from the original on 21 March 2023. Retrieved 21 March 2023.
  4. ^ "Le Mont-Dore et Dumbéa en force". Les Nouvelles Calédoniennes (in French). 2 November 2007. Archived from the original on 21 March 2023. Retrieved 21 March 2023.
  5. ^ "Un choc Dragon – Mont-Dore en finale". Les Nouvelles Calédoniennes (in French). 3 November 2007. Archived from the original on 21 March 2023. Retrieved 21 March 2023.