The 2009 Pacific Cup, known as the 2009 SP Brewery Pacific Cup due to sponsorship, was a rugby league competition held in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. The competing teams were the Cook Islands, Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Samoa and Tonga. Tonga, Fiji and PNG had their places in the draw confirmed initially, with the Cook Islands defeating Samoa in a Pacific Cup qualifier in Cairns on 17 October 2009 to decide which team took the final place in the tournament. Brian Canavan was appointed as tournament director by the Rugby League International Federation (RLIF).

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  • La Pacific Cup 2009, connue aussi sous le nom de SP Brewery Pacific Cup, est une compétition de rugby à XIII qui a eu lieu à Port Moresby, en Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée. Les Tonga, les Fidji et la Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée sont directement qualifiés pour le tournoi final qui a eu lieu au Lloyd Robson Oval, du 24 octobre au 1er novembre 2009. Les Samoa et les Îles Cook se sont affrontés le 17 octobre 2009 à Cairns pour s'octroyer une place dans le tournoi final. Le vainqueur de cette édition jouera le tournoi des Quatre Nations 2010. Brian Canavan (président des Sydney Roosters) a été désigné, par la Rugby League International Federation (RLIF), pour tenir le rôle de directeur de cette compétition. (fr)
  • The 2009 Pacific Cup, known as the 2009 SP Brewery Pacific Cup due to sponsorship, was a rugby league competition held in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. The competing teams were the Cook Islands, Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Samoa and Tonga. Tonga, Fiji and PNG had their places in the draw confirmed initially, with the Cook Islands defeating Samoa in a Pacific Cup qualifier in Cairns on 17 October 2009 to decide which team took the final place in the tournament. The four Pacific Cup matches were played at Lloyd Robson Oval on 24–25 October and 31 October. The Pacific Cup final was played on 1 November 2009 between Papua New Guinea and the Cook Islands. By winning the 2009 Pacific Cup, Papua New Guinea won the right to compete in the 2010 Four Nations tournament. Brian Canavan was appointed as tournament director by the Rugby League International Federation (RLIF). (en)
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  • La Pacific Cup 2009, connue aussi sous le nom de SP Brewery Pacific Cup, est une compétition de rugby à XIII qui a eu lieu à Port Moresby, en Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée. Les Tonga, les Fidji et la Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée sont directement qualifiés pour le tournoi final qui a eu lieu au Lloyd Robson Oval, du 24 octobre au 1er novembre 2009. Les Samoa et les Îles Cook se sont affrontés le 17 octobre 2009 à Cairns pour s'octroyer une place dans le tournoi final. Le vainqueur de cette édition jouera le tournoi des Quatre Nations 2010. (fr)
  • The 2009 Pacific Cup, known as the 2009 SP Brewery Pacific Cup due to sponsorship, was a rugby league competition held in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. The competing teams were the Cook Islands, Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Samoa and Tonga. Tonga, Fiji and PNG had their places in the draw confirmed initially, with the Cook Islands defeating Samoa in a Pacific Cup qualifier in Cairns on 17 October 2009 to decide which team took the final place in the tournament. Brian Canavan was appointed as tournament director by the Rugby League International Federation (RLIF). (en)
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