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Starting today!� Good luck girls!
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New Zealand�s match against Vanuatu on Wednesday opens the tournament at 1pm followed by Cook Islands taking on Tahiti at 3.30.


<P =text>OFC Women�s Nations Cup North Harbour Stadium, Outer OvalSeptember 29- October 8
<P =text>Matchday One: September 29New Zealand v Vanuatu 1pm
<P =text>New Zealand (from): 1-Jenny BINDON (GK), 2-Ria PERCIVAL, 3-Anna GREEN, 4-Katie HOYLE, 5-Abby ERCEG, 6-Rebbeca SMITH, 7-Ali RILEY, 8-Hayley MOORWOOD (captain), 9-Amber HEARN, 10-Elizabeth MILNE, 12-Maia JACKMAN, 13-Bridgette ARMSTRONG, 14-Rosie WHITE, 15-Sarah GREGORIUS, 16-Emma KETE, 17-Hannah WILKINSON, 18-Kristy HILL, 20-Aroon CLANSEY (GK).Coach: John HERDMAN


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We are currently leading 6-0 after 42 mins. Goals to:
Amber Hearn 10', 11', 18', 29'
Hayley Moorwood 26'
Hannah Wilkinson 42'
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Without a shadow of a doubt, Football Ferns WILL thrash other teams in the Oceania qualifying phase. Football Ferns and other womens NZ football teams will need a major catastrophy in not going to their respective FIFA World Cups.
 
Oceania womens football, and mens football to large extent, is simply too weak to pose any threat or challenge to NZ. That is why the qualifying path through Ocenia has to change, the sooner the better.
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Vanuatu's halftime team talk better be good.
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AngusBeef wrote:
Without a shadow of a doubt, Football Ferns WILL thrash other teams in the Oceania qualifying phase. Football Ferns and other womens NZ football teams will need a major catastrophy in not going to their respective FIFA World Cups.
 
Oceania womens football, and mens football to large extent, is simply too weak to pose any threat or challenge to NZ. That is why the qualifying path through Ocenia has to change, the sooner the better.
Why? we get a free pass into every WC.  Why would you want to change that.  We certainly wouldn't qualify if we had a playoff against an Asian team.
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Sounds like even you could score in this match Ferranpster.
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Summary...

New Zealand 14 (Amber Hearn 10, 11, 18, 29, 90+1; Hayley Moorwood 26, 81; Hannah Wilkinson 42, 59, 73, 89; Abby Erceg 45+2, Rosie White 54, Liz Milne 68)
Vanuatu 0
Halftime: 7-0

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AngusBeef wrote:
Without a shadow of a doubt, Football Ferns WILL thrash other teams in the Oceania qualifying phase. Football Ferns and other womens NZ football teams will need a major catastrophy in not going to their respective FIFA World Cups.
 
Oceania womens football, and mens football to large extent, is simply too weak to pose any threat or challenge to NZ. That is why the qualifying path through Ocenia has to change, the sooner the better.
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Thought I should point out this hypocrisy of yours AngusBeef.  You said this in the Football Ferns thread.

[QUOTE=AngusBeef]NZ U17 played with courage, pride and with awesome skills. It was just so unlucky that nz didn't grab few more goals against Venezuela. Even against Spain, NZ U17 looked threatening with a most impressive defensive play, just like the All Whites!  NZ U17 will have the size, height and physical presence coupeld with All Whites defensive fortressto grab a surprise against the Japanese side and win at least 4-0. That is a good reason why NZ should remain in the Oceania.

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AngusBeef wrote:
Without a shadow of a doubt, Football Ferns WILL thrash other teams in the Oceania qualifying phase. Football Ferns and other womens NZ football teams will need a major catastrophy in not going to their respective FIFA World Cups.
 
Oceania womens football, and mens football to large extent, is simply too weak to pose any threat or challenge to NZ. That is why the qualifying path through Ocenia has to change, the sooner the better.
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Thought I should point out this hypocrisy of yours AngusBeef.  You said this in the Football Ferns thread.

[QUOTE=AngusBeef]NZ U17 played with courage, pride and with awesome skills. It was just so unlucky that nz didn't grab few more goals against Venezuela. Even against Spain, NZ U17 looked threatening with a most impressive defensive play, just like the All Whites!  NZ U17 will have the size, height and physical presence coupeld with All Whites defensive fortressto grab a surprise against the Japanese side and win at least 4-0. That is a good reason why NZ should remain in the Oceania.

hahaha
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Hayley Moorwood and Ali Riley were on Deaker last night. Pleasantly surprised he featured women's football on his show.
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^ Thanks Buffy, will try catch a replay.  Good on Deaker.

Football Ferns v Cook Islands (WCQ)
Auckland

OFC Women's Nations Cup - Match Day 2
New Zealand v Cook Islands
Oct 1, 2010
3.30pm
North Harbour Stadium (Oval)

anyone going along? 
 
 
 
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NZ 10 - CI 0 FT (5-0 HT)

27', 56' Gregorius
40', 60' Hearn
45' Percival
58' Erceg
80' Jackman

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and they are back at it today at 1pm.

Football Ferns v Tahiti (WCQ)
Auckland

OFC Women's Nations Cup - Match Day 1
New Zealand v Tahiti
Oct 3, 2010
1pm
North Harbour Stadium (Oval)
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Sounds good, I might pop down once I've run a few errands.
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You'll have plenty of time to run your errands, FootyPaul - kick-off is at 3.30pm.
 
 
Cheers,
 
JR
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Good patient display by Football Ferns.
Most of goals came in last 10-15 minutes as they wore a defensive Tahiti down.
If you get the opportunity to see amber Hearns goal (I'm sure it is on film somewhere hopefully) then I doubt whether you'll have seen a better goal this year ! 20 yard volley into top corner and you could actually see her lining it up.
tahiti goal keeper outstanding in first half keeping score down.
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Semi-final day for the FF
 
Football Ferns v Solomon Is. (WCQ) Auckland

OFC Women's Nations Cup - Semi final
New Zealand v Solomon Islands
Oct 6, 2010
1pm
North Harbour Stadium (Oval)

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Another massive win today!
 
Halftime: Football Ferns 4 Solomon Islands 0
Fulltime: Football Ferns 8 Solomon Islands 0, Final at 4pm Friday v winner of PNG/Cook Islands
 
7' ,  86' White
17' Percival
30' Moorwood
36' Hearn
52' , 68' Gregorius
60' Wilkinson
 
 
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Game on tomorrow!

OFC Women�s Nations Cup Final
New Zealand v Papua New Guinea
Friday 8 October, 4pm
North Harbour Stadium Outer Oval 
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if this is the grand final

is it being shown on tv?

will there be a live stream 2 watch it on, here in aus??

coz ive never seen women play, does anyone know if there any good...

and ofcourse it would be cool to see a team win 10-0
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coz ive never seen women play


Where do you live, Mt Athos?
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i more meant professional women play

it sounded normal in my head
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I'm tempted to come down after work (I finish at 4pm). Who's joining me?

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