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2012 Oceania Beach Volleyball Championships to take place in Papeete, Tahiti

Linline Maauatu and Miller Elwin from Vanuatu will take part in the Oceania Beach Volleyball Championships in Tahiti
Papeete, Tahiti, November 27, 2012 – In what promises to be an exciting seven days of beach volleyball in Tahiti, the 2012 Oceania Beach Volleyball Championships will take place in Papeete, Tahiti, from November 29 to December 5, 2012.

Beach Volleyball has strong support as participating countries line up to compete in both the Under-17 and Open Age Tournaments.

The men’s and women’s home teams are definitely keen to please their vocal local supporters, especially in the Open Age Beach Volleyball tournament. But the bar will be placed high in the women’s competition with the participation of the Vanuatu ladies fresh from their silver medal success in the AVC Beach Volleyball Championships in Haikou, China.

On the men’s side, all eyes will be on the Australian and Fijian teams who have proved to be formidable opponents in previous competitions. The Under 17 tournament will also be keenly contested with both Australia and New Zealand sending strong teams to test the best of the Pacific.

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