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The mixed doubles saw things get a bit heated between doubles teammates Setyana Mapasa and Gronya Somerville – the frustration clearly evident as the match begun to slip away from Somerville, and partner Joel Findlay.Serasinghe and Mapasa capitalised on every opportunity to build immense pressure, forcing Somerville and Findlay to attempt more risky play to try and close the gap, which just didn’t pay off often enough, with Serasinghe and Mapasa comfortably taking the second game to win 21-19 21-9.Monday, 3 July 2017 (Melbourne, Victoria) - The match schedule for the 2017 Oceania Cup to be held in Sydney this October has been announced.The competition which will run from 11 – 15 October will see the national men’s and women’s teams from Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea compete to take out the Cup.It’s set to be an exciting event and we would encourage all hockey and sport lovers to come along and enjoy the world class hockey which will be on display.”Supported by Destination NSW, the Oceania Cup will bring hundreds of competitors, spectators and hockey enthusiasts together to celebrate Oceania hockey.Without the support of Destination NSW, this important event in the hockey calendar would not be possible.The afternoon of matches at Salle Anewy in Noumea was an exhilarating demonstration of top quality badminton that had the gathered crowd hanging on every rally.

Each nation will play each other in the pool rounds before the top two ranked nations face off in the gold medal match for not only the glory of the Oceania Cup title, but to qualify for the World Cup.If you held a mirror to the VICTOR Oceania Championships finals, you would see a perfect reflection of participants and results across the Junior and Senior event.In the Junior event, 8 of the 10 finalists were representing New Zealand, and New Zealand took the clean sweep, while in the Senior event, it was Australia who held 8 of the 10 places and had complete victory.In contrast, the Women’s doubles produced the afternoon’s longest battle, with Mapasa and Somerville combining to defeat their compatriots Tifanny Ho and Joy Lai.

With the ill-feeling of the earlier match still lingering, Mapasa and Somerville looked to be lacking a bit of cohesion, allowing Ho and Lai to take a substantial early lead and hold it to take the first game 21-16.

After the change of ends, we saw the professionalism and experience of Mapasa and Somerville return, to focus their efforts on the target of winning another title, winning a see-sawing second game 21-18 and setting the stage for a thrilling decider, which they won 21-14 to take the women’s doubles crown.