Media Releases

Australia advances to FIFA U-17 World Championship

OFC release - Australia beat New Caledonia 4-0 in the second final playoff match at the Stade Pentecost in Noumea, New Caledonia played on Saturday 1 March, 2003.more

Australia wins first OFC U-17 playoff 3-1

OFC release - Australia have won the first match of the 2003 OFC U-17 Qualifying Tournament final playoffs beating New Caledonia yesterday by 3-1 at the Stade Pentecost in Noumea.more

New Caledonia to face Australia in U-17 playoffs

OFC Release - New Caledonia has now been confirmed to face Australia in the 2003 OFC U-17 Qualifying Tournament final playoff.more

Vanuatu finishes second in Group B after 3-2 win

OFC release - Vanuatu secured second place in Group B of the 2003 OFC U-17 Qualifying Tournament with a hard fought 3-2 win over Tahiti in the last match of the group tonight at Maroochydore Soccer Centre in the Sunshine Coast, Australia.more

Australia all class in 14-0 win over Tonga

OFC release - Australia was in a class of its own, defying the wet and slippery conditions on offer at Maroochydore Soccer Centre to completely overwhelm Tonga by 14 unanswered goals.more

Solomon Islands hold NZ to scoreless draw

OFC release - New Zealand and the Solomon Islands battled to a dour 0-0 draw with both sides struggling in the slippery conditions at Maroochydore Soccer Centre caused by rain all of yesterday and the night previous.more

Australia wins Group A to advance to final playoff

OFC release - It was touted as the crunch match of the 2003 OFC U-17 Qualifying Tournament and it lived up to its billing.more

American Samoa confirmed as OFC U-17 Group A host

21 January, 2003 - American Samoa has been endorsed as the host nation for the Group A section of the OFC U-17 Qualifying Tournament which kicks off on 13 February 2003. Australia is hosting Group B in the Sunshine Coast from 15-24 February 2003.more
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