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Papua New Guinea striker Marie Kaipu is pleased to be back in action with the senior women’s team, and even happier to have picked up where she left off in the 2015 Pacific Games final. Kaipu scored the lone…

NZ U-17 forward Kelli Brown says the team is looking to seize their moment on the world stage in their FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup quarterfinal against Japan. The 17-year-old from Hamilton Wanderers has been a star turn in…

New Zealand defender Ria Percival will break the record for his country’s most capped player if she play in the final Group B clash against Fiji on Sunday at the OFC Women’s Nations Cup in Noumea, New Caledonia. Percival…

It’s going to be close but there remains a mathematical chance for New Caledonia, Tahiti and Samoa to exit Group A alongside Papua New Guinea in the direction of the OFC Women’s Nations Cup semi-finals. Papua New Guinea secured…

New Zealand football sensation Grace Jale is living her dream playing in her first major senior tournament with the Football Ferns in the OFC Women’s Nations Cup here in Noumea, New Caledonia. Grace made her Nations Cup debut with…