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Team Wellington will finally have their name emblazoned on the OFC Champions League trophy after overcoming Lautoka 10-3 on aggregate over two legs in the final of Oceania’s premier international club competition. “I’m delighted, we’re still absorbing everything but…

While he’s more accustomed to taking part in big finals, tomorrow Roy Krishna will be watching from the stands – and he’s looking forward to it. Krishna, one of Fiji’s greatest football exports, has been a professional footballer with…

Lautoka midfielder Dave Radrigai is somewhat of a late bloomer. The 30-year-old only recently made his debut for the Fiji national team so lacks some of the big game experience of his teammates, and the opponents Lautoka have met…

For some it’s third time lucky. For Team Wellington it turns out fourth time’s a charm. The side made a near perfect start to the OFC Champions League Final last weekend when they put six unanswered goals past Fijian…

Team Wellington have set themselves up for a strong final showdown in this year’s OFC Champions League in Fiji after beating Lautoka 6-0 at David Farrington Park in Wellington this afternoon. “I’m delighted,” were the first words from Team…

Team Wellington goalkeeper Scott Basalaj has been there, done that, and has the t-shirt to prove it. But as he heads into his third OFC Champions League final in as many years with Team Wellington, the 24-year-old is hoping…

Much like they controlled the first legs of their respective semi-finals, Team Wellington and Latuoka are both looking to gain an advantage from Sunday’s OFC Champions League Leg 1 Final at David Farrington Park in Miramar. The two finalists…