In a rescheduled round 15 match between Avatiu FC and Matavera-Ngatangiia FC this Monday, the women’s teams faced off in a fight for the esteemed Islander Hotel Women's Championship title. The game, which was initially planned for Thursday, had to be brought forward due to the national women’s team leaving for Solomon Islands to participate in the Pacific Games.
Mixed martial arts (MMA) fans are in for a thrilling treat with the Cook Islands 682 Ultimate Rage Fight Night – an adrenaline-fueled display of combat sports – set to take place this Friday in Rarotonga.
The Cook Islands men’s team made a great start to their Oceania Sevens Championship 2023 campaign in Brisbane, Australia, while the women’s team bowed out of the tournament with three consecutive losses.
Two of the Cook Islands Football referees returned on Thursday from a five-day trip to New Zealand, where one referee, Penina Katuke, had the opportunity to attend the OFC Elite Women’s Referee Program.
The weekly Rarotonga football 2023 season games will be held at two locations today - CIFA Field and Tupapa Field. The matches feature a full day of exciting action with games scheduled across Under-15 Boys, U15 Girls, U18 Men, Senior Women, and Premier Men categories.
The match of the week saw football fans gather at the home of Cook Islands Football, CIFA, to witness a pulsating battle between premier men’s giants Nikao Sokattak FC and Tupapa Maraerenga FC on Saturday.