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    Oceania Championships

    Every two years since 1999, the Oceania Cup takes centre stage as global hockey giants Australia and New Zealand fight to take the title. Organised by the Oceania Hockey Federation (OHF), winners receive automatic qualification for either the Hockey World Cup or Olympics. But with a host of emerging hockey nations involved and with the pressure on to perform there is every chance that spectators might witness a major upset.

    Name Dates Location Links
    2017 Oceania Cup Men Oct 11-15 2017 Sydney (AUS) Event page
    2015 Oceania Cup (Men) Oct 21-25 2015 Stratford (NZL) Event page
    Oceania Cup Stratford 2013 Oct 30-Nov 3 2013 Stratford, New Zealand Event page
    Name Dates Location Links
    2017 Oceania Cup Women Oct 11-15 2017 Sydney (AUS) Event page
    2015 Oceania Cup (Women) Oct 21-25 2015 Stratford (NZL) Event page
    Oceania Cup Stratford 2013 Oct 30-Nov 3 2013 Stratford, New Zealand Event page

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