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The Kirios finished fourth overall ahead of Tonga, Tahiti, Fiji and Vanuatu but behind New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Cook Islands.Their hope to return home with a medal was dashed on Friday when they lost to Cook Islands…

Cooks Islands have denied Solomon Islands their wish to finish the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) Women’s Nations Cup 2010 with a medal by beating them 2 – 0 in the third and fourth final in Auckland today.The Kirios were…

It was another one sided affair for the Kiwis who controlled the game right from start till finish in a dominating display of their strength against the Pacific island countries.For Solomon Islands the demons from their past refused to…

The start of the match was already unsettling for the Kirios who missed 3 key players due to religious convictions.Rose Gwali, Alice Olomane and Ileen Pegi were missing from the starting line up against Papua New Guinea and this…

The match kicked off to Solomon Island’s favour as they applied pressure to get the early goal against their opponents.Emelita Moala provided Solomon Island’s first scare of the match with her shot but Betty Sade was able to make…

Head Coach, Timothy Inifiri, made this declaration minutes before they boarded the plane to travel to New Zealand where the Women’s Nations Cup championship will be held.“The girls are fit and they are ready to take on any team…