2005 South Pacific Mini-Games
The 2005 South Pacific Mini-Games were the first Pacific Mini-Games to feature baseball; it had been included in the two prior South Pacific Games. Guam won Gold, just as they had in the two South Pacific Games. Palau took Silver and Federated States of Micronesia Bronze. Also competing were New Caledonia, Northern Mariana Islands and Solomon Islands.
For Guam, Brian Balajadia tied for the event lead in runs (5) and Peter Guerrero led in RBI (5). Palau's O'Ranli Ise scored five as well, as did Micronesia's Kingston Anson. Micronesia's Quincy Lawrence tied for the lead with seven hits. New Caledonia's Mickael Sidik tied for the most hits while James Selefen tied for the most runs.
Sources include Sportstg