City had a pair of braces, to Spanish striker Manel Exposito and All Whites midfielder David Mulligan, to thank for the victory and coach Ramon Tribulietx believes patience was the key to the triumph in front of a vocal…

The New Caledonians are in a similar boat to Fiji’s Ba, having not taken part in the Pacific’s premier club competition since the inaugural edition in 2007, and their comeback appeared to be going well when Jose Hmae put…

Eroi frustrated by draw

The hosts had gone ahead on the stroke of halftime through talismanic striker Fenedy Masauvakalo and it looked like that effort would be enough to secure a first-up win as the final whistle approached.But Hekari’s Kema Jack had other…

The Tahitian champions’ cause was not helped by the early dismissal of goalkeeper Xavier Samin but they had no answer to Waitakere’s emphatic attacking display, led by a clinical performance from Roy Krishna.The Fijian international found the net a…

The 2010 winners Hekari had an opportunity in the first minutes with a corner kick but Amicale cleared the ball. Amicale’s Alick Maemae performed quickly and won the ball. Combining with team mate Nelson Sale to make an attempt,…

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Ba 2 – 1 Mont-Dore

Ba vs. Mont-Dore: Download Match Summary HereSee below for all the play-by-play action.Starting line-ups:Ba: 1. Jone RALULU (GK), 2. Avinesh SUWAMY, 4. Manueli KALOU, 6. Jone VESIKULA, 7. Tuimasi MANUCA, 11. Alvin SINGH, 12. Remueru TAKIATA, 13. Kini VILIAME,…

Waitakere United vs. Tefana: Download Match Summary HereSee below for the play-by-play action:Starting line-ups:Waitakere United: 1. Danny ROBINSON (GK), 2. Jason ROWLEY, 3. Aaron SCOTT, 4. Tim MYERS, 7. Martin BULLOCK, 8. Chris BALE, 10. Allan PEARCE, 12. Roy…

Koloale 1 – 4 Auckland City

Koloale vs. Auckland City: Download Match Summary HereSee below for the play-by-play action.Starting line-ups:Koloale: 20. Shadrack RAMONI , 3. Freddie KINI, 4. Cecil BURU, 5. Samson TAKAYAMA, 9. Benjamin TOTORI, 11. Ian PAIA, 13. Lency SAENI, 15. Mostyn BEUI,…

Auckland City and Waitakere United have been separated into different groups for the first time in the O-League’s history and sounded a warning to their rivals by beating Koloale 4-1 and Tefana 10-0 respectively. Waitakere’s massive home success over…