Fiji have edged the All Blacks Sevens on day two of the Oceania Sevens tournament in Townsville.
The defending Olympic champions led 14-7 at halftime, and hung on for the 21-19 win after New Zealand missed a penalty in added time.
The All Blacks Sevens had opened the tournament on Friday with a 28-5 win over Oceania before going on to edge Australia 24-21 in their second match.
On Friday, Michaela Blyde ran in a hat trick of tries to guide the world champion Black Ferns Sevens to a 51-0 demolition of the Oceania side.
The Oceania team is made up of contracted sevens players and 15-a-side standouts across Australia, one of four teams in action at the three-day tournament alongside Australia, New Zealand and Fiji.
Later, Black Ferns star Portia Woodman added her own hat-trick in a 33-13 win over Fiji.
The four sides in each of the men's and women's draws will play each other twice over the course of the tournament.