2009 Oceania Sevens Championship

The 2009 Oceania Sevens Championship was the second edition of the Oceania Sevens. It was held in Papeete, Tahiti from 12 to 14 November. Samoa were the eventual winner.[1]

2009 Oceania Sevens Championship
Host nation Tahiti
Date12-14 November
Cup
Champion Samoa
Runner-up Tonga
Third Papua New Guinea
Tournament details
Matches played27
2008
2010

TournamentEdit

Key to colours in group tables
Teams that progressed to the Cup Semi-finals
Teams that progressed to the Plate Semi-finals

Group phaseEdit

Team Pld W D L PF PA +/- Pts
  Samoa 6 5 0 1 199 40 159 16
  Tonga 6 5 0 1 140 57 83 16
  Niue 6 5 0 1 112 43 69 16
  Papua New Guinea 6 3 0 3 112 65 47 12
  Cook Islands 6 2 0 4 112 94 18 10
  Vanuatu 6 1 0 5 55 205 -150 8
  Tahiti 6 0 0 6 19 245 -226 6
12 November
Tonga  12 - 7  Papua New Guinea
12 November
Vanuatu  29 - 5  Tahiti
13 November
Tonga  14 - 5  Niue
13 November
Niue  7 - 5  Samoa
13 November
Papua New Guinea  24 - 0  Vanuatu
13 November
Samoa  33 - 7  Cook Islands
13 November
Cook Islands  41 - 0  Tahiti
13 November
Niue  22 - 0  Papua New Guinea
13 November
Tonga  31 - 0  Tahiti
13 November
Samoa  50 - 0  Vanuatu
13 November
Niue  7 - 5  Cook Islands
13 November
Samoa  24 - 19  Papua New Guinea
13 November
Papua New Guinea  43 - 0  Tahiti
13 November
Tonga  21 - 19  Cook Islands
13 November
Niue  33 - 14  Tahiti
13 November
Niue  38 - 5  Vanuatu
13 November
Samoa  19 - 7  Tonga
13 November
Cook Islands  33 - 14  Vanuatu
13 November
Samoa  68 - 0  Tahiti
13 November
Tonga  55 - 7  Vanuatu
13 November
Papua New Guinea  19 - 7  Cook Islands

FinalsEdit

Plate

Semi-final Plate Final
      
  Cook Islands 43
  Vanuatu 14
  Vanuatu 33
  Tahiti 10

Cup

 
Semi-finalsCup Final
 
      
 
14 November
 
 
  Samoa29
 
14 November
 
  Papua New Guinea0
 
  Samoa31
 
14 November
 
  Tonga14
 
  Tonga29
 
 
  Niue14
 
3rd Place
 
 
14 November
 
 
  Papua New Guinea24
 
 
  Niue12

[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Oceania Sevens - Samoa defend title in Tahiti". web.archive.org. 2009-11-17. Archived from the original on 2014-12-14. Retrieved 2021-11-28.
  2. ^ "RugbyArchive". www.rugbyarchive.net. Retrieved 2021-11-28.