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A young group of Kiwis are just one win away from a place at the 2018 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup after New Zealand put on a scintillating attacking display to sweep aside Cook Islands 9-0 in the semi-finals of the OFC U-16 Women’s Championship in Apia today.
With the completion of their foreign-player quota, it feels like the Wellington Phoenix have done solid business during this off-season.
Canterbury United's newest recruit was days away from signing with Manchester City until a crippling knee injury scuppered his dream.
Nelson Suburbs may have to sacrifice home games against Football South opposition if they qualify for the proposed South Island League, a move operations manager Gary Hinks says would take the excitement away from supporters of the game in Nelson.
Kristian Gibson does not mind spending a summer in Dunedin. After all, he is from Northern Ireland.
It has been a good few days for Kiwi footballer James Musa.
Angus Kilkolly hopes to be the best striker in the national league in the not too distant future.
Major success has come the way of the Upper Hutt City women's side with their taking out Capital Football's W-League.
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