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OCEANIA TABLE TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS

The Oceania Championships were inaugurated in 1978 and are normally held every two (2) years in the even date years.
Oceania Championships have been hosted by the following countries.

YEAR

DATES COUNTRY   CITY  
1978 8 - 14 October New Zealand at Auckland Results being compiled
1982 8 - 11 September Australia at Sydney NSW Results being compiled
1986 24 - 27 June Australia at Ballarat Vic Results being compiled
1988 11 - 16 July New Caledonia at Noumea Results being compiled
1990 14 - 18 September New Zealand  at Palmerston North Results being compiled
1993 12 - 15 August Australia  at Croyden Vic Results being compiled
1994 9 -13 May Tahiti    at Papeete Results being compiled
1996 16 - 22 June New Zealand at Auckland Results
1998 26 April - 1st May Australia at Bendigo Results
2000 3 - 9 June New Caledonia at Koumac Results
2002 1 - 7 July Fiji at Suva Results
2004 18 - 24 April New Zealand at Whangarei Results
2006 26 June - 1st July Australia at Geelong Victoria Results
2008 7 - 12 July Tahiti-Nui   at Papeete Main Page
2010 12 - 18 April New Zealand at Auckland Main Page
2012 3 - 8 June Fiji at Suva Main Page
2014 TBA Australia at Bendigo Victoria  

OCEANIA CHAMPIONS
There have been many champions over the years who have all come from Australia and New Zealand.  It is hoped that other nations can make challenges for the titles as their players gain experience A list of champions and perpetual trophies over the years are on the attached page.
Click here to view Champions & Perpetual Shields

PACIFIC TEAMS TROPHY - previously South Pacific Cup
The need to recognise other Oceania Countries efforts at the championships was realised when the South Pacific Cup was introduced which has now been renamed the
PACIFIC TEAMS TROPHY from 2012.
This can be won by any Oceania member country except Australia or New Zealand. Pacific countries now have the option of participating in this event. In the past New Caledonia and Tahiti have chosen not to participate and as countries become stronger others may do so as well.
The winner's of the cup since inception are now shown on the CHAMPIONS web page.