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Despite Tahiti’s unbeaten march to this point, many had predicted Solomon Islands to progress – due largely to the boost provided by their fanatical support – but the thousands that crammed into Lawson Tama did not get the result…

See below for all the play-by-play action.Starting line-ups:New Zealand: 13. Jake GLEESON , 3. Tony LOCHHEAD, 4. Ben SIGMUND, 5. Tommy SMITH (c), 7. Leo BERTOS, 8. Michael McGLINCHEY, 9. Shane SMELTZ, 10. Chris KILLEN, 15. Ivan VICELICH, 17….

Starting line-ups:Tahiti: 21. Xavier SAMIN , 2. Alvin TEHAU, 4. Teheivarii LUDIVION, 6. Lorenzo TEHAU, 7. Henri CAROINE, 8. Angelo TCHEN, 10. Nicolas VALLAR (c), 13. Steevy CHONG HUE, 15. Heimano BOUREBARE, 17. Jonathan TEHAU, 19. Vincent SIMONSubstitutes: 1….

Samin – Tahiti’s usual number one – has found himself second choice to Roche and may not be guaranteed a starting spot in their semi-final match against Solomon Islands on Friday. “At the beginning it wasn’t easy,” Samin says….

Prior to the tournament, the 25-year-old was a little known player in Solomon Islands but his performances in his first three internationals has rocketed him into centre stage. Nate boasts a Bachelors Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University…

The 23-year-old was forced to sit out their final group match against Samoa on Tuesday, making him all the more hungry to wreak havoc against New Zealand in Friday’s second semi-final. While there has been much talk about hat-trick…

Group A winners Tahiti will face Solomon Islands at 11am local time before Group B winners New Zealand and New Caledonia square off at 3pm local time. Here’s a look at the action that’s in store. Tahiti vs. Solomon…

Fiji, New Caledonia, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Tahiti and Vanuatu have all shown the matches since day one while in New Zealand the coverage began with the All Whites’ final group match against Solomon Islands on Wednesday. Networks…