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Broadcast and updated draw confirmed for Oceania Rugby Super Sevens

Wed, 22/06/2022, 3:11 am
Oceania Rugby
by Oceania Rugby

Fans across the region will have the opportunity to see Oceania’s golden teams live in action from Pukekohe, New Zealand.

Around New Zealand fans who cannot make it to Navigation Homes Stadium will be able to enjoy all the action on Sky with Stan (Australia) and Digicel (Pacific Islands) also carrying the competition.

South Auckland Colleges and Rugby Clubs will be graced by these international teams training at their facilities during the week, allowing students and staff alike the opportunity to watch the world best rugby sevens players preparing for this weekend’s Oceania Rugby Super Sevens.

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

Unfortunately, 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 regrettably withdraw.

An updated draw for the 2022 Oceania Rugby Super Sevens tournament being held at Navigation Homes Stadium on 24-26 June 2022 can be found accessed here.

Ticketing information:

  • One Day Pass:
  • Adults $20
  • Child $10
  • Three Day Pass:
  • Adults $50
  • Child $20

Tickets available Here

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