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Referees flying flag for Oceania

As the group stages of the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup come to a close today and New Zealand’s journey ends, we take a quick look at two more Oceania representatives making a name for themselves on the world stage.

Fijian Sports to boycott Commonwealth Games

Fijian sports are set to boycott the Commonwealth Games in support of rugby and netball which have been shut out from the July event in Glasgow, Scotland.

Local trio called to feature in Vanuatu’s friendly

The two friendly matches are organised by Evergreen Limited, Vanuatu's biggest tourism business in Port Vila.

OFC launch new FIFA approved footballs

The Oceania Football Confederation has launched three new footballs with FIFA quality accreditation as part of its commercialisation programme.

No firepower

VODAFONE Fiji 7s coach Ben Ryan says lethargic play resulted in the poor performance of the national side in the final day of the Hong Kong 7s tournament at the Hong Kong Stadium on Sunday.

TOUGH LEAGUE: Non-Oceania players to feature for OFC teams

The influx of non-Oceania players in the OFC Champions League football competition just compliments the tremendous talent that is around the region.  

Group C Preview

The 2014 edition of the OFC Champions League is the largest we’ve seen in 12 years and potentially the most anticipated as 12 sides compete for the ultimate prize – a ticket to the 2014 FIFA Club World Cup in Morocco.

Media comes to the fore in Fiji

Fiji’s Tanoa Waterfront Hotel played host to a UN reunion of sorts as 12 different nationalities were represented on day one of the OFC Media Officers Workshop.

Questions remain over player availability

The All Whites will face South Africa in Auckland next month - but questions remain over player availability for the match.

Ba to sharpen attack skills

THE Vodafone 4R Electrical Ba team will need to sharpen its attack if it wants to topple Tafea FC in the Oceania Football Confederation Champions League at Govind Park today.