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OFC champ league match day 4 preview

The first match of round two sees home side Ba FC face Tafea of Vanuatu. Both teams came out better off on the first match day of the OFC Champions League, with Tafea beating Hekari United 3-1, while Ba won with a more modest yet no less significant scoreline of 2-0 against AS Magenta.

Red card in 3-nil loss

STRIKER Samuela Drudru saw red on his debut as Nadi went down 0-3 to Auckland City in the Oceania Football Confederation Champions League at Churchill Park in Lautoka Monday.

Sabeto four get PNG contracts

In a historical first for local rugby league, four players from the Sabeto Roosters and Saru Dragons rugby league clubs departed yesterday to join the Gulf Isapea team in Papua New Guinea.

FIFA President shares in Samoa's sadness

FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter has written a letter to the Samoa Football Federation (SFF) upon learning that their President and OFC Executive Committee member, Toetu Petana, passed away at the age of 51 following a short illness.

Fiji rugby fires Operations Officer

Fiji Rugby Union has terminated the contract of Senior Operations Officer Aporosa Tuqovu.

Brazil airports a World Cup concern: Pele

Brazil's World Cup ambassador Pele says he's concerned about the country's outdated airports less than 10 weeks before the tournament begins.

OFC champ league match day 5 preview

The first match today sees Tahiti's AS Dragon paired with defending champions Auckland City FC.

Totori extends goal tally

Solomon Islands star Benjamin Totori extended his Oceania Football Confederation Champions League all-time goals tally after guiding Waitakere United to a 2-0 win against Kiwi FC at Churchill Park in Lautoka Wednesday.

Ba in top spot

BA has booked its spot in the semi-finals of the Oceania Football Confederation Champions League after hammering Tafea FC 4-0 at Govind Park Thursday.

Hekari held 2- 2 draw with AS Magenta

The Koriak Upaiga captained Hekari United’s aim to finish second in the Group C was dashed Thursday.