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Australia run down Men’s U-20s

A strong second half showing from the New Zealand side wasn’t enough as Australia opened the U-20 Five Nations Series at QBE Stadium on Sunday with a come-from-behind 3-2 win. New Zealand held a 2-1 halftime lead… [more]

 

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“Panama are a very good team & today we’ve matched them and beaten them.” Men’s U-20 coach Darren Bazeley

“In the second half we got a little bit of confidence and we created some great chances to score and we could have got some more.” Bazeley

“It’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to play in World Cup at home.” Men’s U-20s midfielder Matt Ridenton

 

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Matt Ridenton


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New Zealand v Australia
Sunday 3 May, 5pm
QBE Stadium, Auckland

New Zealand v Panama
Thursday 7 May, 1pm
QBE Stadium, Auckland

New Zealand v Qatar
Sunday 10 May, 4pm
Waikato Stadium, Hamilton

Ghana v NZ Invitation XI
Sunday 10 May, kickoff TBC
Waikato Stadium, Hamilton

 

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Auckland City win fifth title

Auckland City FC has won the OFC Champions League title for the fifth season in a row after a dramatic 4-3 penalty shoot out win over Team Wellington in Suva on Sunday. A penalty scored by Joao Moreira just 14…Read… [more]

 

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“We’re delighted, it was a great start for us. It was a very tough game in front of a very vocal home crowd, and now it’s great to have two New Zealand teams in the final.” Team Wellington coach Matt Calcott

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