THE Oceania 7s Championship tournament director Michael Groom is satisfied with the arrangements done by the Fiji Rugby Union in its bid to bring a leg of the HSBC Sevens World Series to Fiji.
The Oceania 7s is played concurrently with the FIJI Water Centennial International 7s at the ANZ Stadium in Suva.
Groom said there was still room for improvement to ensure better hosting of international events.
"It's going well and the FRU has done a lot of work to get it to this stage to roll out day one. Day one seems to be going well," he said.
"I think in every sort of hosting, you can improve on how to manage the tournament and I'm sure that the FRU will access day one on how it's going and day two and they will have some views on how to improve things."
Meanwhile, Groom said they were hoping to involve more teams in the Oceania 7s in the coming years.
Australia, Fiji, Samoa, American Samoa, Cook Islands, PNG, Solomon Islands and Tuvalu are taking part in this year's tournament which ends today.
Groom said some of their members could not afford to participate in this regional tournament.
"We have 14 member unions in FORU (Federation of Oceania Rugby Union). It's been a big year for some of these unions, some of them have participated in the Mini Games in Wallis and Futuna and some were invited to other tournaments.
"We want all our unions to eventually be able to participate in the Oceania 7s."