2007 South Pacific Games
The 2007 South Pacific Games were the third South Pacific Games to feature baseball. Two-time defending champion Guam did not send a team, opening up the field more.
Palau 13, Samoa 0. Samoa made its debut in an international tournament. They came up short, as one would expect. The game went five innings due to the mercy rule. Omengkar Nagata pitched three no-hit innings for Palau while Herman Alfonso was 2 for 3 with two runs and two steals. Charles Perelini had Palau's first hit while Perelini Perelini was their pitcher.
American Samoa 28, Fiji 7. John Solaita drove in six and scored four runs, while Marcus Langkilde drove in four. Aisake Wagavonovono of Fiji hit the tourney's first homer. The game ended after three innings due to the mercy rule.
- New Caledonia 22,
- New Caledonia 15,
Samoa 2. Samoa got its first run in an international competition.
- New Caledonia 13,
Palau 15, Fiji 2. Palau finished with the best record in the round-robin, which would give them their first Gold when bad weather canceled the medal round. Ty Saiske hit a 3-run triple in a 5-inning mercy rule rout while Omengkar Magata went the distance for the win.
- New Caledonia 25,
Due to bad weather, the medal round was canceled. Palau won their first Gold, followed by New Caledonia and American Samoa.