Fiji and Samoa were the victors from the rugby league international triple-header that took place in Sydney this weekend.
The Fiji Bati bounced back from last year's loss to Papua New Guinea by thumping the Lebanon Cedars 58-14 at Leichardt Oval.
Little known halfback Brandon Wakeham contributed 20 points for the Fijians with eight conversions and a try to his name, as well as having a hand in a couple of other scores.
Rookie Parramatta winger Maika Sivo continued his good year with a double while fellow flyer Suliasi Vunivalu also crossed twice.
Jayson Bukuya led the Bati on defence with 29 tackles.
Earlier in the day the Fiji women marked their international debut with a convincing 28-0 win over their Papua New Guinea counterparts.
The Fiji Bulikula started with a hiss and a roar and found themselves with an early 12-0 lead and never looked back.
Roela Radiniyavuni scored twice for Fiji and Asipau Mafi impressed.
Prop Elsie Albert was an intimidatory figure for the PNG Orchids.
The last game of the triple-header saw Toa Samoa take on the PNG Kumuls in their first appearance in the newly-created Oceania Cup.
The Kumuls were rank outsiders heading into the encounter, with seven debutants included in their match day squad and the Samoans being strengthened by the availability of former Kiwis Martin Taupau and Jamayne Isaako.
However they stuck with Toa Samoa for most of the match and only trailed 12-6 at the half-time break.
Two tries in the last quarter of the match to massive prop Junior Paulo and Warriors five-eighth Chanel Harris-Tavita ballooned out the score.
Harris-Tavita's try was particularly unlucky for the Kumuls with the Samoan playmaker initially attempting a drop goal but then regathering the missed kick to cross the line after it had hit the upright.
Taupau proved inspirational for his new team, carrying the ball a game high 16 times for 171 metres, while also making 25 tackles.
The Manly powerhouse's display helping Samoa to a 24-6 victory.
Toa Samoa's next match is against the Fiji Bati in the second round of the Oceania Cup on November 2 at Eden Park in Auckland.
The Bati will play PNG a week later in Christchurch.