FORU Oceania Cup
|Number of teams||9|
|Current champions||Cook Islands|
|Most successful team(s)||Papua New Guinea|
The FORU Oceania Cup, where "FORU" stands for "Federation of Oceania Rugby Unions", is an international rugby union competition between nine countries and territories of Oceania: American Samoa, the Cook Islands, Niue, Tahiti, New Caledonia, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and Wallis and Futuna. Teams compete in varying formats, depending on the strength and number of teams involved.
Cook Islands defeated Papua New Guinea 37-31 on the final day of the 2013 tournament, winning the tournament from the defending champions, with Solomon Islands third, and Tahiti fourth.
|2005 ||Cook Islands||37-12 and 11-20||Papua New Guinea|
|2006||2006 the final between Vanuatu and Niue was never played|
|2007-08||Papua New Guinea||46 - 27||Niue|
|2008||Niue||27 - 5||New Caledonia|
|2009||Papua New Guinea||29 - 21||Cook Islands|
|2011||Papua New Guinea||Round-robin||Solomon Islands|
|2013||Cook Islands||Round-robin||Papua New Guinea|
- valido also as round 1-2 of Oceania qualification for 2007 Rugby World Cup
- "Niue Island v Papua New Guinea at Paliati, Apr 22, 2008"
- "Niue take Oceania Cup rugby union final". ABC Radio Australia. 1 September 2008. Archived from the original on 16 September 2008.
- "Cook Islands defeat PNG to claim Oceania Cup and keep Rugby World Cup dream alive". Federation of Oceania Rugby Unions. 2013-07-14. Retrieved 2013-07-15.
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