Fiji has continued a memorable year in sevens rugby by winning double gold at the Pacific Games in Port Moresby.
The women's team came from behind to edge Australia 12-10 in wet conditions and defend their title.
The men thrashed a new-look Samoan team 33-7 in the final, claiming their first sevens gold medal since hosting the Games in 2003.
Head coach Ben Ryan says it was pleasing to see some new faces impress and nice to share in the celebration with the rest of the Fiji team.
"Firstly the girls win a gold medal - and I was so thrilled for them - and secondly this was our first tournament as world number one, and the boys are very acutely aware that we want to build a legacy and, whoever is wearing the shirt, we want to be successful and build that aura around the team. By no means was it a polished performance over three days [but] we conceded three of four tries in seven games and they played pretty well so overall I'm pretty happy."
Papua New Guinea finished third in the women's competition with Tonga claiming bronze in the men's draw.
Meanwhile Nauru ended their first ever international tournament in last place after losing a playoff against Guam.