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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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“In the first half we really struggled to get to grips with Australia and some of their individual players and their possession.” Men’s U-20 coach Darren Bazeley

“We talked about it half time and in the second half I thought our possession was better and we were able to create some chances.” Bazeley

“We lost the game and we can play well but we can’t lose games. We need to get wins.” Men’s U-20s striker Alex Rufer

 

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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 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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