Oceania Cup

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This article is about the field hockey competition. For other uses, see Oceania Cup (disambiguation).
Oceania Cup
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2015 Oceania Cup
Sport Field hockey
Founded 1999
No. of teams 2
Continent OHF (Oceania)
Most recent
champion(s)
M:  Australia (9th title)
W:  Australia (6th title)
Most titles M:  Australia (9 titles)
W:  Australia (6 titles)

The Oceania Cup is an international men's and women's field hockey competition organised by Oceania Hockey Federation (OHF). It is held every two years to determine which teams will receive an automatic berth to the Hockey World Cup and Summer Olympics.

Only Australia and New Zealand have reached the finals as of 2015. Australia has won all men's titles and all but three women's titles.

Men[edit]

Year Host Final Third Place
Winner Score Runner-up Third Place Score Fourth Place
1999 Brisbane, Australia
Australia
4–3[1]
1–1[1]
3–1[1]
2–3[1]
6–0[1]
5–3[1]

New Zealand
Only two teams
2001 Melbourne, Australia
Australia
3–1
1–1
4–3

New Zealand
Only two teams
2003 Christchurch & Wellington
New Zealand

Australia
4–3[2]
4–3[3]
4–1[4]

New Zealand
Only two teams
2005 Suva, Fiji
Australia
5–1[5]
New Zealand

Fiji
Only three teams
2007
Details
Buderim, Australia
Australia
3–1
New Zealand

Papua New Guinea
Only three teams
2009 Invercargill, New Zealand
Australia
3–1
New Zealand

Samoa
Only three teams
2011
Details
Hobart, Australia
Australia
0–3
3–3
6–1

New Zealand
Only two teams
2013
Details
Stratford, New Zealand
Australia
5–2
New Zealand

Papua New Guinea
3–0
Samoa
2015
Details
Stratford, New Zealand
Australia
3–2
New Zealand

Fiji
11–1
Samoa

Women[edit]

Year Host Final Third Place
Winner Score Runner-up Third Place Score Fourth Place
1999 Sydney, Australia
Australia
4–0[1]
2–0[1]
1–0[1]

New Zealand
Only two teams
2001 Wellington, New Zealand
Auckland, New Zealand
Hamilton, New Zealand

Australia
3–1
5–2
3–1

New Zealand
Only two teams
2003 Melbourne, Australia
Auckland, New Zealand
Whangarei, New Zealand

Australia
2–0
2–0
6–0

New Zealand
Only two teams
2005 Auckland, New Zealand
Sydney, Australia

Australia
0–1[6]
4–0[6]
2–0[7]

New Zealand
Only two teams
2007
Details
Buderim, Australia
New Zealand
1–0
Australia

Fiji
6–0
Papua New Guinea
2009 Invercargill, New Zealand
New Zealand
2–2
(1–0)

Penalty strokes

Australia

Samoa
Only three teams
2011
Details
Hobart, Australia
New Zealand
1–2
3–3
4–2

Australia
Only two teams
2013
Details
Stratford, New Zealand
Australia
2–2
(5–4)
Penalty shootout

New Zealand

Samoa
0–0
(4–3)
Penalty shootout

Papua New Guinea
2015
Details
Stratford, New Zealand
Australia
1–1
(2–1)
Penalty shootout

New Zealand

Samoa
Only three teams

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i "Taranaki wins bid to host 8th Oceania Cup hockey". 2013-05-03. Retrieved 2013-06-14. 
  2. ^ "Kookaburras take first step towards Athens". Retrieved 2007-07-27. 
  3. ^ "Kookaburras bound for Athens". Retrieved 2007-07-27. 
  4. ^ "Kookaburras sweep Kiwis". Retrieved 2007-07-27. 
  5. ^ "Black Sticks lose Oceania Cup to Australia". Retrieved 2007-07-27. 
  6. ^ a b "Australia rebound to take second match". Retrieved 2007-07-27. 
  7. ^ "Australia book World Cup spot". Retrieved 2007-07-27. 

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