The Rarotonga football round cup competition gets back underway today with the round two U17 men’s catch up matches.

New Zealand defeated New Caledonia and secured their 7th Oceania crown and their ticket to next year’s FIFA U-20 World Cup in Nigeria.

Football world’s eyes on Raro

Thursday September 12, 2019

Today at Matavera, New Caledonia and New Zealand are both just one win away from claiming a place in next year’s U-20 Women’s World Cup in Nigeria. Attila Mosonyi reports.

Shootout decides finals spot

Tuesday September 10, 2019

The first semi-final battle between New Caledonia and Tahiti in the U19 women’s Oceania Football Confederation Championship saw New Caledonia fighting for another win.

Kiwis deliver on big promise

Saturday September 07, 2019

Before the halftime whistle, New Zealand had more than booked their semi-final position, already up 8 goals to nil against a tenacious American Samoa at the CIFA grounds in Matavera.

Top-of-the table Fiji are clearly in the driving seat but hosts Cook Islands have not given up hopes of claiming group supremacy and a spot in next week’s semifinals today.

Cook Islands U19 women’s team are ready to get down and dirty after an unexpected loss against Fiji in this year’s Oceania Football Confederation Championship.

Now it’s do-or-die

Tuesday September 03, 2019

Fiji U19 women’s football team dominated the Cook Islands in a thrilling and intense encounter yesterday afternoon.

U19 Cook Islands footballer Keana Maaka is nursing a sprained knee – but it would take more than that to stop her competing in the football contest, kicking off today.

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