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A passionate and vocal crowd clapped and cheered on their heroes as Hienghene Sport players walked off the field at Stade Yoshida in Kone, after they edged past their Tahitian rivals AS Tefana in a typically hard-fought francophone derby…

It is a three horse race in Group B of the 2019 OFC Champions League as AS Central, Lautoka FC and Henderson Eels are still in pole positions for the quarter-finals heading into final match day on Saturday.  AS…

FC Morobe Wawens goalkeeper Jason Bendi is keen to continue his stunning form in the OFC Champions League Group B competition in Lautoka, Fiji. Jason made his debut appearance in the Oceania premier club competition with a stunning performance against…

AS Central Sport captain Fred Tissot is confident that he can lead his side out of the group stage of the OFC Champions league this season. The towering striker played a key role in brushing aside their opponents,  Solomon…

On the back of the hosts’ impressive start to their 2019 OFC Champions League campaign, local expectations are growing in New Caledonia’s Northern Province ahead of Hienghene Sport’s highly anticipated francophone derby against their Tahitian foes AS Tefana at…

The OFC Champions League Group B actions resume on Wednesday with crucial matches for AS Central Sport, FC Morobe Wawens, Lautoka FC and Henderson Eels heading into match day two of competition at Churchill Park in Lautoka, Fiji. Front…

OFC Champions League Group B hosts Lautoka FC begin its Oceania campaign with a positive start on home soil at Churchill Park to inflict a 5-0 win over debutants FC Morobe Wawens on Sunday in Lautoka, Fiji. Lautoka started the match on the front foot as they put the…