Wallis and Futuna and Northern Marianas raise the roof; New Caledonia and Tahiti dominate on day two

Pictured: Leonard Manuel, Northern Marianas. Photo Credit: Michael Jornal Morning Session The home team (Northern Marianas) celebrated their first win this morning, with an empathic 5-0 victory over the Solomon Islands. In the men’s singles, Jeffery Kalia (Solomon Islands) showed glimpses of hope to take one match for the team, but Leonard Manuel proved too…

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Wallis and Futuna immersing themselves into the world of badminton opportunities

Pictured: Caroline Brial leading Shuttle Time sessions in Wallis and Futuna Badminton Oceania’s newest member association, Wallis and Futuna, will make their international debut next week at the Northern Marianas Pacific Games 2022. The association is diving into the deep end, immersing themselves in all the opportunities available to enhance badminton’s exposure in country. They…

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Multiple Pacific Games medalists, Rémi Rossi and Johanna Kou, set to extend medal haul at Pacific Mini Games 2022 – Individual Event

Pictured: Johanna Kou, New Caledonia (left) and Rémi Rossi, Tahiti (right). Photo credit: Samoa 2019 Pacific Games News Service 53 players from seven member association countries will be competing in the Northern Marianas Pacific Mini Games 2022 Individual event, which takes place from 23-25 June 2022 at the Gilbert C. Ada Gymnasium. While Tuvalu is…

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Kia Orana Values embedded into the player experience at the Oceania Masters in Paradise 2022

The Cook Islands pride themselves on the ‘Kia Orana values’, representing the essence of their people and islands, encompassing everything from the welcoming and generous hospitality to the kind and friendly attributes. Aspiring residents would even have to attend a workshop on the Kia Orana Values. The recent Oceania Masters in Paradise 2022 aimed to…

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