OFC Womens Champions League

Samoa happily bows out of OFC tourney

The Kiwi FC ran into Sir Hubert Murray Stadium with smiling faces and left the field with same smile and excitement despite finishing on the wrong side of the score board.

They leaked Four Goals against Labasa Football Club in their first match and went on to concede another 9 goals against Hekari United in their second match. They were held scoreless in both games but this didn’t stop them for keep trying.

Two-Way Battle for OFC Title

One of these two teams will walk away with the title after final matches this Saturday to wrap up the tournament.

AS Academy remains undefeated throughout the competition registering three wins after coming off the bye in round one. This puts them in the box seat to snatch the first Women’s OFC title.

Their recent 5 - 0 win against Kiwi Football Club of Fiji yesterday was a much more convincing victory they have had so far. It will boost their morale going into the final match on Saturday.

The potential of Women's OFC

However, President of PNG Football Association (PNGFA), John Kapi Natto believes all is well.

The PNG Football Associations President, says this is the Inaugural championship and no one is expecting a huge turn up. He also says that the matches are played during the week where many people go to school and work, which makes it difficult for them to come and watch.

AS Academy a step closer to claiming title

The young New Caledonian side proved too strong thumping Samoa’s Kiwi FC winning 5-0 at Sir Hubert Murray Stadium in Port Moresby today.

The much spirited AS Academy Féminine side have their eyes set on the title after making three wins from three at the inaugural OFC Women’s Champions League in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, as they put themselves one win away from clinching the title.