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Melanesian Regional Championships

Event Overview

Date Competition Season
June 24, 2020 Melanesian Regional Championships 2019/2020

Information

Melanesian Regional Championships (AUS, FIJ, NCL, NFI, PNG, SOL, VAN, WAF)

24-25 June 2020

The Regional Championships are an excellent opportunity for Federations to get international competition exposure for developing athletes. Held in even years where there is no major Regional Games or Championships, they provide opportunities to get experience at a smaller international competition. The entry standards reflect each Region and give opportunity to athletes to compete in what can be their first international competition.

Melanesian Championships will have an Under 20 age group.

Venue

Lautoka, Fiji