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The Football Ferns are confirmed to play Scotland in two international friendlies in March. The World No 19 will take on the Scottish women on Saturday 3 March and Tuesday 6 March at the Pinatar Football Arena in San…

The Football Ferns have finished the year on a high note after they put away Thailand 5-0 in a dominant performance tonight in Bangkok. The World No 19, who were the better team in the opening 0-0 draw on…

The Football Ferns put in a strong showing to completely dominate proceedings in the opening game of their two-match Thailand tour but were unable to find the goal their efforts deserved and had to settle for a scoreless stalemate….

Composed midfielder Elise Mamanu-Gray once came close to hanging up her football boots for good but will be delighted she didn’t as a debut appearance for the Football Ferns now beckons. The potential of the 26-year-old was noticed at…

An exciting new era for the Football Ferns has continued with the inclusion of several fresh faces in the squad for the upcoming tour to Thailand. In the first squad named since the resignation of previous coach Tony Readings,…

Becoming the first woman in Papua New Guinea to receive an OFC B Licence has left Margaret Aka feeling both humbled and grateful. The former international said the path to this achievement has been long and arduous and without…

The curtain has finally come down on one of the longest careers in Football Ferns history but there are no doubts in the mind of Kirsty Yallop that now is the right time to bow out. The veteran midfielder…

Last weekend, women were very much the centre of attention in Amsterdam, and not just because the UEFA Women’s EURO kicked off on Sunday some 50 kilometres away in Utrecht. As part of the overall context of the tournament,…

Today marks International Women’s Day – a paramount event on the Oceania football calendar as countries across the Pacific showcase the women’s game and celebrate development through different projects. Tonga, Solomon Islands, Cook Islands, and Fiji have gone the…