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OFC Woman's U20 Tournament, Tonga 2015

New Zealand clinch World Cup spot
New Zealand secured qualification to the 2016 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup on Match Day 4 without eve...

Melanesian Super Cup 2015

Warriors top ladder after win over Western United
The defending champion of the Melanesian Super Cup, Solomon Warriors are now top of the ladder after...

Melanesian Super Cup 2015

"We're motivated to win:” Moses
Solomon Warriors FC head coach Moses Toata made it crystal clear that his team’s motivation ahead of...

Melanesian Super Cup 2015

Amicale 1-1 Western United
Vanuatu club Champions, Amicale FC are back to the top of the Melanesian Super Cup 2015 after draw w...
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Vanuatu has one of the most advanced technical programmes in Oceania, particularly at youth level. The Melanesian nation of around 220,000 inhabitants was chosen as one of six countries globally for a FIFA pilot project whereby players are identified at a young age and selected to train and stay full-time at the national academy. As part of that two-year programme for players aged 15-17, consideration is given to continuing school or vocational education.
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