Hiengene were the first to strike in the Trophee de Champions with Harry Dinet’s 11th minute goal sending the northern-based club ahead in the first half.However, in the 20th minute Hienghene lost William Yentao who was sent off giving…

Tuesday’s official opening at Lawson Tama Stadium on Tuesday included a parade featuring nine of the ten teams that will participate in the competition.Speaking at the launch, SIFF vice-president Edward Omokirio highlighted four important factors that teams need to…

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Apia Tigers triumph

The Red Roosters missed a golden opportunity to take the lead within the first five minutes of the match when Argentinian Diego Nadaja was on goal.But Apia pressed high and it paid off when striker Nicholas Olsen hit the…

Infantino elected FIFA President

He was elected as the ninth FIFA President after the second ballot with 115 of 207 total votes. In line with the FIFA Statutes, the mandate of the new FIFA President started after the conclusion of the Congress.At the…

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OFC partners with iRENA Group

OFC President David Chung is pleased to have the Beijing-based event management and ticketing agency on board.“OFC has a significant number of competitions on the horizon over the next three years including our showpiece the OFC Nations Cup, so…

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Phoenix lend support to Fiji

The A-League club conducted their pre-season in Fiji, including a match at Govind Park in Ba which was struck with signficant damage in the wake of the cyclone, and have a close affinity with Pacific Island nation.After monitoring the…

Windley School in Porirua is the first New Zealand school to adopt the award-winning OFC Just Play Programme which will be rolled out over the next eight weeks.Special Olympics New Zealand has run a previous curriculum of the programme,…

They’ll kick off the 2016 season against that same opponent with a victory in the Champions Trophy set to see them regain some of the honour lost at the end of 2015.The match takes place at Stade Numa Daly…

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National league deferred

Fiji FA president Rajesh Patel says the football authority has a great understanding of the difficulties some districts are facing after the natural disaster.“We know some district officials and players have been fully affected by the disaster so we…

Instead, they look forward to seeing the familiar faces of their players fighting passionately for the points. It is also highly uncommon for spectators to come across a player who, in all likelihood, will take part in FIFA World…