Mainland Pride loses first points of season while Auckland comes back from behind and takes over the top of the leaderboard.
The Football Ferns have made a flying start in their bid to reach the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada, claiming a record 16-0 win over Tonga on Saturday.
Centre-back Meikayla Moore and midfielder Annalie Longo are away this weekend which creates opportunities for Nelson based player Charlotte Gordon.
ASB Women's League round 2 review
The Mainland Pride women's football team yesterday dismantled Central Football 7-0 in Palmerston North in the second round on the women's national league.
The South Island Football Tournament 2014 comes to a succesfull conclusion with 5 Canterbury teams winning their respective age group.
Visiting teams held sway in the second round of the ASB Youth League as three sides maintained perfect records in the early going of the 2014 season.
Home ground advantage proved important in the first round of the ASB Women’s League on Sunday with Mainland Pride defeating NZ Development.
The 2014 ASB Women’s League gets underway this weekend with eight teams vying to claim the title of the best in the country.
Over a 120 players from Mainland Football and Football South recently attended the New Zealand Football’s National Training Camp in Oamaru last week.
Northernmost teams enjoyed the majority of success as the 2014 ASB Youth League competition got underway over the weekend of October 4-5.