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Oceania Cup hopes for Pacific rugby union teams

Oceania Cup hopes for Pacific rugby union teams

Updated 5 July 2013, 12:53 AEST

Four Pacific nations have the chance to move a step closer to representing the region at the 2015 Rugby Union World Cup in England.

Starting this weekend, Papua New Guinea, the Cook Islands, Tahiti and Solomon Islands will compete in the Oceania Cup.

The Oceania Cup champion will then take on Fiji in a one off match next year with the winner gaining direct qualification to sport pinnacle tournament.

The Oceania Cup begins in Port Moresby on Saturday and runs until July the 13th.

Presenter: Brendan Arrow

Simon Kerr, general manager, PNG Rugby Union

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