Watpore proud of performances

OFC: New Zealand may have beaten Papua New Guinea to deny them a shot at the FIFA Women’s World Cup next year, but for goalkeeper Fidelma Watpore the 2014 edition of the OFC Women’s Nations Cup will live long in her memory. The 26-year-old’s last memory of playing the 19th ranked side in the world…

Fiji teams ready to compete

Fiji Times – THE four district teams will spice up the Pacific Cup which starts in Sydney, Australia on November 26. Defending champions Nadi, Fiji Sun/Skipper Tuna National Football League and Courts Inter District Championship winner Suva, Inkk Mobile Battle of the Giants champion Rewa and Pillay Garments Champion versus Champion winner Ba will battle…

Exco visits Ngahue site

OFC: The OFC Executive Committee made a whistle stop visit to Oceania’s future home of football on Saturday morning in Ngahue, New Zealand. Led by OFC President David Chung, executive committee members were given a tour of the work site where the two artificial football pitches that form the centre piece of the Home of…

OFC Women’s Nations Cup dates finalised

OFC: The Oceania Football Confederation is pleased to confirm the dates and competition format for the tenth edition of the OFC Women’s Nations Cup tournament. After an all-time high of eight participating teams in 2010, 2014 will see just four sides descending on Sir Ignatius Kilage Stadium in Lae, Papua New Guinea from October 25-29,…

OFC outlines President’s Cup concept

OFC -The Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) is pleased to formally announce the staging of the inaugural edition of the OFC President’s Cup. The competition draws together six teams from three confederations and includes Kiwi and Oceania champions Auckland City FC, Amicale of Vanuatu, Bodden Town from the Cayman Islands, former Bahraini champions Busaiteen FC, Fiji…

All Black meeting adds wow factor

OFC: As if they weren’t overwhelmed enough with the bright lights of the big city, 40 young footballers from Tonga – and a couple of coaches too – were left with stars in their eyes following a visit from Tonga-born All Black Malakai Fekitoa. On Wednesday evening, after a full-on day of fun at Auckland…

Wellington handed sixth defeat

There’s no escaping it, Wellington’s ITM Cup campaign is officially a disaster. The toothless Lions have lost six straight, with their latest defeat coming at the hands of Tasman who destroyed Chris Boyd’s men 42-20 in the capital. It’s hard to imagine how this season could get much worse for Wellington who seem destined to…