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Men’s U-20s open with draw

The Men’s U-20s opened their FIFA U-20 World Cup campaign on Saturday with a 0-0 draw against Ukraine at North Harbour Stadium. In a keenly contested match in front of a sell out crowd of 25,000, most of the… [more]

 

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“It’s a great start to the tournament. I’m really proud of the boys, they gave 100 percent until the end of the game and it’s a good result for us.” Men’s U-20s captain Bill Tuiloma after facing Ukraine

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Darren Bazeley – Ukraine



Bill Tuiloma – Ukraine


Sam Brotherton – Ukraine


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Group A match schedule

Men’s U-20s v Ukraine
North Harbour Stadium
Saturday 30 May, 1pm

Men’s U-20s v USA
North Harbour Stadium
Tuesday 2 June, 7pm

Men’s U-20s v Myanmar
Wellington Regional Stadium
Friday 5 June, 7pm

 

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Meet the U-20s – Matthew Ridenton
Meet the U-20s – Who’s coming to dinner?
Meet the U-20s – Sam Brotherton
Meet the U-20s – Darren Bazeley
Meet the U-20s – Andre De Jong


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