Australia continued their dominance of the Oceania Table Tennis Championships, sweeping the gold medals in Bendigo, with New Caledonia dominating the Pacific Cup.
William Henzell and Jian Fang Lay defended their men's and women's singles titles, beating
compatriot David Powell and Li Chunli from New Zealand in straight sets respectively.
The pair will represent Oceania at the World Championships later this month.
Meanwhile New Caledonia did the double in the Pacific Cup, with Ornella Bouteille and Laurent Sens winning the women's and men's singles crowns.
Bouteille stunned top seed Malveen Richmond from Tahiti in straight sets while Sens came from two sets down to beat defending champion Yoshua Shing from Vanuatu in a seven set thriller.
"I think it was a very good match and Yoshua is a very good player. I stay concentrated throughout the match and he made it very difficult for me. Yeah [I'm] very happy".
Australia also swept the men's and women's singles titles in the Oceania Para-Table Tennis Championships.