Local sports committees will organise and facilitate the events and they will be working with some of the VVF coaches in the upcoming event.
In 2017, more than two million (2,139,300) girls and boys across 133 active unions took part in the program, an increase of 7.5 per cent compared to 2016.
The Vanuatu Football Federation President was elected to the position during the Congress which was held on Monday.
Malapoa College and Lycee Lab dominated the U19 rounds and secured their spot in the final and Malapoa College also secured a spot in the girl’s category final along with Onesua.
The consultation is brought together by the partnership between the Ministry of Youth and Sports and VASANOC, regional sports and international sports agencies.
The VCA would like to congratulate the finalists in both competitions and the Mele Bulls for their great performance.
The men's team will be playing in the main draw of the tournament, and the women’s team will play in the quarter finals (Qualification Event) on July 9.
Over the past week regional trainers from Oceania Rugby spent time in Port Vila running Match Official, Coaching and Get Into Rugby courses.
The donated gear will be used for junior competitions and development programs in schools and help to promote junior cricket in Vanuatu.
The fares are Sydney-Vila-Sydney Return A$549 and Brisbane-Vila-Brisbane Return A$499.