Fiji, the Cook Islands and Samoa have nine months to prepare for the netball's World Youth Cup after sealing their qualification in Auckland this week.
Fiji beat the Cook Islands in the Oceania qualifying final and finished undefeated over four days.
Cook Islands coach John Glassie believes the tournament, which also featured Papua New Guinea and Tonga, reflected well on netball in the Pacific.
"When you look at these Pacific nations, often people think that the standard isn't quite high but when you look at the intensity they bring to the game they're not full-time athletes like you see in developing countries but as far as the standard goes with gameplay and stuff they're so strong," he said.
"They've got natural talent, their agility and vertical jump is amazing so there's so much potential in the Pacific and that's why you see the occasional Pacific Islander in many of the Silver Ferns and Australian teams."
John Glassie said Fiji is hosting an invitational tournament in January, featuring Australia, New Zealand, England and Samoa that will be invaluable to their World Cup preparations.