Pacific Oceania currently does not have a team entered in Fed Cup. Reluctantly in 2005 the OTF Executive decided, due both to finacial constraints and the availability of players, that it would not enter a team in that year. Since then Pacific Oceania has not competed in Fed Cup.
The most recent results are:
2004 Pacific Oceania Fed Cup News – India
With the withdrawal of player captain Tagifano So’onalole due to ill health and the unavailability of other leading players Pacific Oceania sent the bare minimum of three players to the 2004 Group 2 competition in India. Gurianna Korinihona (SOL) was player/captain, Irene George (SOL) player/manager and the third player was Angelita Detudamo (NRU).
The team performed very well against the other four teams in Group 2. The opening tie with Kazakhstan was tough with the girls going down 3-0. They bounced back to beat Turkmenistan and Syria 3-0 and go into the final day with a chance of promotion to Group 1 if they could beat
Singapore. It was not to be with both singles being lost. The Pacific team salvaged a win in the doubles however and the team finished third in the competition.
2003 Pacific Oceania Fed Cup News – Japan
The Pacific Oceania team participated in the Asia/Oceania Group 2 competition which was held
in Tokyo in April. Unfortunately the effects of the SARS virus on travel led to a number of withdrawals and only three other nations, India, Philippines and Kyrgyzstan, joined the Pacific team in the competition.
The team comprised Gurianna Korinihona (SOL), Maylani Ah Hoy (SAM) and Irene George (PNG) with Vera Tere (PNG) as captain. They got off to a good start beating Krygyzstan 3-0 with Gorinihona and Ah Hoy winning their singles and combining well in doubles. The Philippines were much tougher opposition on the second day and Pacific Oceania went down 3-0, not without a fight as Korinihona lost a long three set battle with Francesca La’o. In the final match the Pacific team was beaten by competition winners India 2-0.