On Saturday 28th March, a team of 5 Australians flew to Auckland to take on the New Zealanders in the first Racketlon Test Match between the two countries.The men played 3 singles matches each and the women played 2 singles and a doubles. The winning nation would be the team that won the most matches.The Test Match was held at four separate racquet sports clubs, all on Auckland's North Shore. This meant that the players would play all of the tennis matches first, followed by all of their badminton, table tennis and lastly squash. The order of sports allowed everyone to enjoy a drink or 3 afterwards at the squash club bar, which featured decking that overlooked a nearby lake. Australian captain Leigh Sands reports from the team event while New Zealand captain Owen Mugridge summarizes the first ever Oceanic Racketlon double championships, which were held a day later.