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U-17 games moved to North Harbour Stadium

All three matches, originally scheduled for Parrs Park in Oratia, will now be played on the stadium’s artificial pitch (Domain 3) and all will now kick off at 6pm.
The series kicks off tonight with games two and three on Wednesday and Friday.
The trans-Tasman internationals represent the first step on the Young Football Ferns’ Road to Azerbaijan, serving as a warm-up for the side’s qualification campaign for next year’s FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup. OFC qualifiers are scheduled for April next year while Australia’s qualifying path through Asia begins in November.
Coach Paul Temple has named an 18-strong squad for the matches, including two 14-year-olds and two players – Megan Lee and Hannah Carlsen – who were part of the 2010 campaign to Trinidad and Tobago.
Young Football Ferns squad
1-Lily ALFELD (Canterbury School of Football)
16-Ronisa LIPI (Waterside Karori)
2-Meikayla MOORE (Canterbury School of Football)
3-Laura MERRIN (Coastal Spirit)
4-CJ BOTT (Waterside Karori)
5-Megan LEE (Lynn-Avon United)
15-Emily JENSEN (Richmond)
6-Hannah CARLSEN (Lynn-Avon United)
8-Jessica INNES (Glenfield Rovers)
10-Emma FLETCHER (Vancouver Whitecaps)
12-Daisy CLEVERLEY (Western Springs)
14-Tessa LEONG (Claudelands Rovers)
17-Lauren DABNER (Canterbury School of Football)
7-Jasmine PEREIRA (Three Kings United)
9-Martine PUKETAPU (Three Kings United)
11-Briar PALMER (Waterside Karori)
13-Jolene MUIR (Eastern Suburbs)
18-Emma ROLSTON (Waterside Karori)
Paul TEMPLE (Head Coach)
Brett ANGELL (Assistant Coach)
Nigel PIPER (GK Coach)
Claire HAMILTON (Manager)
Craig HARRISON (Sports Scientist)
Anna BARLOW (Physio)
U-17 Women Internationals
New Zealand v Australia
North Harbour Stadium (Domain 3), Auckland
Match One
October 3, 6pm
Match Two
October 5, 6pm
Match Three
October 7, 6pm
Story courtesy of New Zealand Football.
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