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Seeing what the Tahiti U-19 team achieved on home soil still plays at the forefront of Ariiura Labaste’s mind as he prepares for the biggest match of his short career yet. Labaste was able to watch on last month…

The difference between club and country has been a noticeable step up for New Zealand attacker Oskar Van Hattum. Although he’s spent the past year-and-a-half at the Wellington Phoenix Football Academy, linked to the only New Zealand-based professional football…

Pao brothers Hamilton and Fabio are living their childhood dream by representing their country in an international football competition. The duo are part of a Solomon Islands U-16 team which has captured imaginations across the nation with three consecutive…

Having come through the OFC U-16 Championship group stage relatively unscathed, Tahiti are looking to follow in footsteps of the nation’s U-19 team by qualifying for the FIFA U-17 World Cup. But standing in their way are firm favourites…

Fiji secured their place in the OFC U-16 Championship semi-finals with a 1-0 victory over New Caledonia, joining Group B leaders Tahiti who also notched up a win in their final group game beating Samoa 5-1. Going into the…