New Caledonia played their second phase of regional qualifiers for Coupe de Caledonie, the country’s national cup competition last weekend.

The provincial divisions saw FC Gaitcha beat FC Paita 3-0, while CA Saint-Louis secured a 4-1 win over Olympique and Waguelilo were defeated by Etoile de Banutr, 0-2.

The quarter finals of the national phase are set for August 21-22.

Round three of New Caledonia’s national futsal competition also took place which saw Zeolil beat Olympique de Noumea, 3-1, and SC Kartier Nord win against AS Bwyru 5-2.

In other fixtures, FC Ferrand won 4-1 over AS Wetr, AS Universite secured a big 8-3 win over AS Riwix, SC Ne Drehu edged past JS Traput 6-5 and AS Paita Futsal drew with ES Houailou, 3-3.

Tahiti’s Tiki Toa continue with their preparations ahead of the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup which kicks off on August 19.

The squad are currently in a training camp where they recently faced off with a local Saint Petersburg side.

Tahiti goal attempt against Saint Petersburg local team. Photo Credit: FTF Media via Vyacheslav Yakovlev

New Zealand unveiled their Chatham Cup semi-finals draw in an online segment on YouTube this week.

Southern League heavyweights Cashmere Technical will host Western Suburbs and Miramar Rangers welcome North Shore United on August 21.

In the Solomon Islands’ Telekom S-League, a winning goal by Wanegu United’s Bently Kelobi handed Central Coast FC their first defeat of the competition, 1-0.

The Solomon Warriors FC edged past Southern United FC, 1-4, while it was a similar story for Henderson Eels who beat Vfresh FC Isabel United, 2-1.

Real Kakamora FC secured another three competition points against Laugu United FC, 2-1, and Kossa FC won against Honiara City FC 2-0. Kula FC drew with Marist FC in the remaining match.

The Kurukuru, the national men’s futsal side landed in Poland and have started their preparations for the FIFA Futsal World Cup 2021. Watch more here.

Reining premiers Lae City FC and Hekari United FC continue to dominate their respective conferences in Papua New Guinea’s Kumul Petroleum National Soccer League.

Victories for Central Dabari, Hekari and Gulf Komara were secured in the Southern Conference, while in the Northern Conference, Morobe Wawens, Lae City FC and Morobe United also had wins. All results pictured right.

Last week, Samoa announced they will host talent identification games on August 23 to recruit eligible players for their national men’s and women’s sides.

Both head coaches Matt Calcott and Paul Ifill will be present on the night. Read more here.

Their Upolu men’s and women’s senior league competitions continued last weekend.

In the Men’s B grade, Saleimoa beat Vailele 2-0, while Vaipuna won big over Togafuafua, 14-2. The Women’s A grade saw Siusega AOG win 3-0 over Togafuafua and Lupe o le Soaga win 3-0 against Alamagoto.

Lastly, the Cook Islands have updated the date of their Future Stars festival for this Friday, August 6 at the CIFA Complex in Matavera.

Future Stars is a Grassroots Festival for all young footballers to get active outdoors.