Coastal Spirit claimed their sixth Robbie’s Women’s Premier League title in eight seasons and their fourth on end when they defeated Universities 4 - 1.
Universities stand between Coastal and a fourth Robbie’s Women’s Premiership in a row when they meet at ASB Football Park at 12:30pm on Saturday.
Second placed Nelson Suburbs set up a likely title decider for the Robbie’s Premier League against leaders Cashmere Technical this coming Saturday after Suburbs defeated third placed Ferrymead Bays 2 - nil on Sunday.
When Lee Maoate-Cox got home to Christchurch, she fell asleep on the couch, her Pacific Games bronze medal still hanging from her neck.
With just two points separating teams at both, the top and the bottom of the Robbie’s Premier League, points are at a premium with four rounds to play.
New Zealand Football CEO Andy Martin says the organisation has received the written reasons for the decision made by Oceania Football Confederation’s Disciplinary Committee to disqualify the New Zealand men’s team at a tournament in Papua New Guinea on 12 July
The lead at the top of the Robbie’s Premier League has narrowed to just two points after leaders Cashmere Technical were held to a 2 all draw with bottom placed Christchurch United.
A Christchurch boys football side has shown they can foot it with the best Australia has to offer.
The fifth edition of the New Zealand Football Youth National Futsal Championships took place last week, with 52 teams from each of New Zealand’s seven football federations battling it out over six competitions the ASB Sports Centre in Wellington.
A key game to decide who will end the season as Robbie’s Women’s Premier League champions when defending title holders and second placed Cashmere Technical go head to head at Garrick Memorial Park on Saturday.
Cashmere Technical’s bid for a three-peat of ASB Chatham Cup titles will get its first North Island examination as the two-time defending champions host Auckland side Eastern Suburbs AFC in the competition quarter-finals in August.