Northern Football will contest the 2015 ASB Womenís League Grand Final with Mainland Pride after claiming a 4-3 Preliminary Final victory over the NZF Development side at QBE Stadium Oval on Sunday.
The women's game in the top of the south is set for a major boost after Mainland Football on Friday confirmed that a combined Nelson-Marlborough team will compete in its premier league next year.
Football Ferns striker Rosie White is refreshed and ready for action back with her international team mates in Brazil later this week.
The ASB Womenís League playoff places have been finalised with two-time defending champions Mainland Pride securing a chance for a competition three-peat after Sundayís Round seven action.
Mainland Pride are one game away from one of their man goals Ė to go through the season undefeated.
Two-time defending champions Mainland Pride overtook Northern Football in the race for home advantage in the ASB Womenís League Grand Final with a 2-1 victory in Christchurch on Sunday.
The All Whites recorded their first win under coach Anthony Hudson on Friday, a resolute performance producing a 1-0 victory over 92nd ranked Oman at the Al Seeb Stadium in Muscat.
Formed in 2011 as a result of the merger of the Nelson City, Nelson Metro, Nelson United and Tahuna Juniors football clubs FC Nelson now has the largest membership and player base of any sports club in the top of the South Island.
Three players are set to make their international debuts for the Football Ferns later this month after the squad for a two-match tour of Brazil was named on Thursday.
Mainland Pride striker Monique Barker scored twice in the dying minutes as the two-time defending champions produced a comeback 6-5 victory over WaiBop in Hamilton on Sunday.
The NZF Senior Level 2 & Youth Level 3 Coaching Award will take place at The Christchurch Football Centre, Yaldhurst, Christchurch from Tuesday 16 to Saturday 21 February 2016.