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The Solomon Islands star is understood to have impressed Phoenix coach Ricki Herbert at the recently-concluded OFC Nations Cup, during which he scored three times in two matches against Herbert’s All Whites.The Phoenix – the sole New Zealand representative…

Exiting at the group stage of the 2004 OFC Nations Cup was corrected during the next cycle as the All Whites were crowned Oceania champions, before then ending a 28-year drought by qualifying for the 2010 FIFA World Cup…

It has been one of the biggest sporting events ever held in the Solomon Islands with 8 teams, 16 matches, a cumulative crowd attendance of 127,500 and thousands more watching the games live online or on television across the…

Prior to the tournament, OFC commissioned London-based luxury goods company Thomas Lyte to design the new Nations Cup silverware – the first in a series of trophies for use in the Confederation’s wide range of competitions. The stunning trophy…

The title win means coach Eddy Etaeta and his men have created a piece of history by becoming the first Pacific Island team to lift Oceania’s biggest prize – Australia and New Zealand are the only prior champions –…

With the 3rd/4th play-off and final taking place at Honiara’s Lawson Tama Stadium on Sunday, players and officials stood together to recognise ‘Just Play’ – a unique FIFA-approved grassroots initiative that promotes physical activity while encouraging healthy living. Just…

See below for all the play-by-play action.Starting line-ups:Tahiti: 21. Xavier SAMIN , 2. Alvin TEHAU, 4. Teheivarii LUDIVION, 6. Lorenzo TEHAU, 7. Henri CAROINE, 8. Angelo TCHEN, 10. Nicolas VALLAR (c), 13. Steevy CHONG HUE, 15. Heimano BOUREBARE, 17….

See below for all the play-by-play action.Starting line-ups:Solomon Islands: 1. Shadrack RAMONI , 4. Jeffery BULE, 5. Henry FA’ARODO (c), 6. Tome FAISI, 7. Abraham INIGA, 11. Nicholas MURI, 15. Seni NGAVA, 17. Nelson Sale KILIFA, 18. Himson TELEDA,…