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Tonga have hinted at an exciting future after ending their Rugby World Cup campaign with a 31-19 victory over the United States.
Manu Samoa have made two changes in the tight five for their final Rugby World Cup pool match against Ireland in Fukuoka on Saturday.
Pacific Island nations are "sick" of the status quo and are calling on World Rugby to do more after Fiji, Samoa and Tonga all failed to qualify for the Rugby World Cup knockout rounds.
Fiji have bowed out of the Rugby World Cup with a gallant 29-17 defeat by Wales in Oita, but admit to wondering what could have been after two yellow cards and three forward passes undid a promising…
The Flying Fijians are blocking out all outside noise and insist their sole focus is on ending their World Cup pool play with a strong performance against Wales.
Manu Samoa may not have got the result they were hoping for against Japan but they still managed to attract some new local fans, who switched their allegiance, albeit briefly, from red to blue.
Tonga were left to rue another slow start as they fell agonisingly short of repeating their shock victory over France from eight years ago.
Samoa are embracing the challenge of playing a red-hot Japanese team in their own backyard.
From nailing tin roofs in a Christchurch winter to packing down against England at a World Cup -Tongan hooker Siua Maile is still pinching himself after a rapid rise to rugby prominence.
Samoa is facing a mounting injury crisis after limping to victory in their Rugby World Cup opener against Russia.
Tonga showed major improvements in their Rugby World Cup opener against England but creating and finishing opportunities with the ball in hand remains an Achilles heel.
Tonga is embracing the challenge of playing three consecutive Rugby World Cup pool games against tier one nations, starting tonight against England in Sapporo.
Fiji were left lamenting ill discipline and untimely injuries as they were denied an upset win over the Wallabies in their Rugby World Cup opener.
The Flying Fijians are primed and ready to make a statement in their Rugby World Cup opener against Australia this afternoon. The 2007 quarter finalists managed only one win apiece...
The Kuridrani family are proud Fijians but when the Rugby World Cup kicks off this weekend they will be backing Australia against their homeland. Audio
A moment's silence will be observed before the start of Tonga's opening Rugby World Cup match against England on Sunday, in memory of the late Tongan Prime Minister 'Akilisi Pohiva.
Tokelau's sporting community is hoping an increased presence at last month's Pacific Games will be the start of even bigger things to come.
The man in charge of Global Rapid Rugby says they want to help Pacific Island nations become genuine World Cup contenders.
The man in charge of Papua New Guinea's National Soccer League admits the revamped competition has not been without its challenges this season.
A new and improved National Soccer League will kick-off in Papua New Guinea this weekend, with a record number of teams representing all regions of the country.
Enormous funding demands could trip up a proposed Pacific-based Super Rugby team before it gets off the ground.
The Fiji men's sevens team were starved of possession and points as New Zealand prevailed 14-0 in the Commonwealth Games final on the Gold Coast.
Samoan boxer Ato Plodzicki-Faoagali was forced to settle for a silver medal at the Commonwealth Games after a unanimous points defeat in the men's 81kg final on the Gold Coast.
Tuvalu believe they can defy recent form and qualify for the Rugby Sevens World Cup in San Francisco.
Tahitian rugby sevens players will not compete at the Pacific Mini Games after pulling the plug at the eleventh hour.