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By Ola Bjerkevoll on December 11, 2018 • ( 0 )
The National Soccer League of Papua New Guinea will kick-off again on January 19th next year and the league is getting interest from all over the country.
By Ola Bjerkevoll on December 1, 2018 • ( 0 )
A poor start from Fiji was all New Zealand needed to take their fourth consecutive OFC Women’s Nations Cup title.
Papua New Guinea showed great efficiency as they dispatched of the hosts New Caledonia to secure bronze at the OFC Women’s Nations Cup.
By Ola Bjerkevoll on November 29, 2018 • ( 0 )
Age has stopped Raphael Lea’i from going to Godoy Cruz, but the talented 15-year-old could end up in New Zealand or Australia.
By Ola Bjerkevoll on November 28, 2018 • ( 0 )
New Zealand eased past New Caledonia while Fiji pulled off a comeback to secure their spot.
By Ola Bjerkevoll on November 27, 2018 • ( 0 )
In this exclusive interview with Football in Oceania, Trina Davis talks about her dream of getting Fiji to the World Cup and how she came to play for the Melanesian country.
By Ola Bjerkevoll on November 25, 2018 • ( 0 )
The Football Ferns took an easy win over Fiji on the final matchday of Group B in the OFC Women’s Nations Cup.
The Vaka twin sisters were the difference for Tonga in both a good and bad way as Tonga took the win against the Cook Islands.
By Ola Bjerkevoll on November 24, 2018 • ( 0 )
New Caledonia did the job required against Samoa
Despite Tahiti’s early goal Papua New Guinea fought their way back into the match to take all three points for the third time.