https://www.nrl.com/news/2019/06/19...future-tests-in-new-10-year-rolling-calendar/ "Tonga, Samoa, Fiji and Papua New Guinea are set to host future Oceania Cup matches as part of a rolling 10-year international calendar, while the tournament is likely to move to Australia next season. RLIF CEO Nigel Wood confirmed on the eve of Saturday’s opening round of Oceania Cup matches between New Zealand and Tonga at Mt Smart Stadium and Samoa and Papua New Guinea at Leichhardt Oval that the international body wanted to play games in the Pacific islands." ... It is expected that end-of-season matches in next year’s tournament will shift to Australia and possibly Papua New Guinea, which hosted 2017 World Cup fixtures, although Wood pointed out the Kangaroos will be touring Britain and won’t play in the 2020 Oceania Cup. ... Wood said the details were now being worked on and an announcement would be made later in the year. Much more at the article, including: NRL Trial match to be announced for preseason as part of Australian government engagement in Pacific region; 10 year calendar agreed to at recent Singapore meeting Cook Islands likely to join Pool B for 2020 Oceanic Cup RLIF want to have 8 teams capable of winning the 2021 RLWC While this is all good news, one thing jumps out. Why would the 2020 Oceanic Cup be played in Australia? Does that infer that NZ v [Fiji, Samoa, PNG] would be played in Australia? (Assuming that Tonga v NZ will be in NZ forever). Matches for 2020 being played in PNG would be great.