OFC Women’s Nations Cup: Fiji Kulas

OFC Women’s Nations Cup: Fiji Kulas

By fijivillage
Thursday 28/07/2022
[Photo: Fiji Football]

The Digicel Fiji Kulas outclassed Solomon Islands 3-1 in a physical encounter in the OFC Women’s Nations Cup and secured a spot in the grand final at 7pm this Saturday at the HFC Bank Stadium.


PNG beats Fiji 2-1 to win OFC Women’s Nations Cup

By Krishneel Nair
Saturday 30/07/2022
[Image: Fiji FA]

Papua New Guinea defeated Fiji 2-1 to win the OFC Women’s Nations Cup at the HFC Bank Stadium.

Meagen Gunemba scored PNG's first goal in the 17th minute while Ramona Padio scored in the 28th minute.

Digicel Kulas only goal came from a nifty free kick by Trina Davis which was put behind the goalmouth by Cema Nasau.

PNG led 2-1 at half time.

Trina Davis was shown a yellow card in the 87th minute.

Cema Nasau was named player of the 2022 OFC Women’s Nations Cup.

Meanwhile, Solomon Island defeated Samoa 6-5 on penalties in the third place playoff earlier today.

PNG has qualified for the inter-confederation playoff for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

The playoff will be played in New Zealand next February.

The inter-confederation playoffs will determine the final three qualification spots for the FIFA Women's World Cup.

The playoffs will feature 10 teams from Asia, Africa, North America, Central America, Caribbean, South America, Europe and Oceania who will split into three groups, with the winner of each group qualifying for the Women's World Cup.

Match Report

FULL TIME PNG wins OFC Women’s Nations Cup beating Fiji 2-1

89' 4 minutes added time

88' Koleta Likuculacula replaced by Anasemeci Volitikoro

87' Trina Davis yellow carded for pushing PNG player.

76' PNG's Charlie Yanding replaced by Arnolda Dou

71' Jotivini Tabua substituted by Luisa Tamanitoakula

59' PNG's Marie Kaipu substituted by Sonia Embahe

2nd half underway

Half time PNG leading Fiji 2-1

Fiji 1-2 PNG

41' GOAL - Cema Nasau gets Fiji onto the score-sheet after finishing off a well-delivered freekick from Trina Davis.

29' Injury forces our number one goalkeeper Seruwaia Vasuitoga to be replaced by Selai Tikoisuva

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Fiji 0 - 2 PNG

28' Ramona Padio scores PNG's second goal.

22' two Fiji players on ground with injury

Fiji 0 -1 PNG

17' Meagen Gunemba puts PNG on the scoreboard.

15' injury scare for Goal Keeper Seruwaia Vusuitoga but she is up and match continues.

1' 1st half underway

Line-up

Line up against PNG

Digicel Kulas warming up for their match against PNG


Digicel Kulas arrive at the HFC Stadium



Fans show support for the Kulas

By Zodelle Bhan, Rashika Kumar
Saturday 30/07/2022
Supporters from the West at the HFC Stadium. [Image: Fiji FA]

As excitement builds for the Digicel Kula’s match against Papua New Guinea in the final of the OFC Women’s Nations Cup this evening, fans are showing their support in numbers.

fijivillage spoke to the fans who are looking forward to the exciting match.

The winner qualifies for the inter-confederation playoff for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, which will be played in New Zealand next year.

The inter-confederation playoffs will determine the final three qualification spots for the FIFA Women's World Cup.

It will feature 10 teams from 6 confederations split into three groups, with the winner of each group qualifying for the Women's World Cup.



Diyalowai’s father to watch his daughter’s first international match live in-person

By Rashika Kumar
Saturday 30/07/2022
[Image: Fiji FA]

It will be an emotional evening for 75-year-old, Sowane Vunibola when he sees his daughter, Digicel Kulas captain, Sofi Diyalowai play an international match for the first time live in-person.

Diyalowai says she will be giving her game jersey to her father this evening.

He has come from Labasa to cheer for the Digicel Kulas tonight.

Diyalowai is going to be instrumental against PNG as with 3 goals, she is the top scorer for Fiji.

The Kulas will take on PNG in the final of the OFC Women’s Nations Cup at 7 tonight at the HFC Bank Stadium.

The winner of the Women's Nations Cup will qualify for the inter-confederation playoff for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, which will be played in New Zealand next year.

The inter-confederation playoffs will determine the final three qualification spots for the FIFA Women's World Cup.

It will feature 10 teams from 6 confederations split into three groups, with the winner of each group qualifying for the Women's World Cup.



Fan support is going to be a difference maker this evening - Cole

By Rashika Kumar
Saturday 30/07/2022
[Image: Fiji FA]

People are being urged to come out in numbers and support the Digicel Kulas who will put on a great show this evening when they take on Papua New Guinea in the final of the OFC Women's Nations Cup.

This is the message from coach, Lisa Cole who says they are going to need fan support which is going to be a difference maker.

She says the team is well rested and there are no significant injuries following the semi-final against the Solomon Islands on Wednesday.

Cole who has been particularly impressed with captain Sofi Diyalowai, says she is the perfect example of the things that needs to be done on and off the field.

The Kulas will take on PNG at 7 tonight at the HFC Bank Stadium.

The winner of the Women's Nations Cup will qualify for the inter-confederation playoff for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, which will be played in New Zealand next year.

The inter-confederation playoffs will determine the final three qualification spots for the FIFA Women's World Cup.

It will feature 10 teams from 6 confederations split into three groups, with the winner of each group qualifying for the Women's World Cup.



Cole says she has been impressed with the Kulas despite issues with COVID

By Rashika Kumar
Saturday 30/07/2022
[Image: Fiji FA]

As the Digicel Kulas prepare to take on Papua New Guinea in the final of the OFC Women's Nations Cup, coach Lisa Cole says she has been impressed with the team as they have had issues with COVID and had to play players in different positions.

Cole says everyone has risen to the challenge.

She says she has been very impressed by Cema Nasau’s performance who has been the Player of the Match three times while captain Sofi Diyalowai has scored some impressive goals as well.

The Kulas will take on PNG at 7 tonight at the HFC Bank Stadium.

The winner of the Women's Nations Cup will qualify for the inter-confederation playoff for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, which will be played in New Zealand next year.

The inter-confederation playoffs will determine the final three qualification spots for the FIFA Women's World Cup.

It will feature 10 teams from 6 confederations split into three groups, with the winner of each group qualifying for the Women's World Cup.



OFC apologizes for a post on their social media page after Solomon’s loss to Fiji

By Dhanjay Deo
Friday 29/07/2022
[Image: Fiji FA]

The Oceania Football Confederation has apologised for a post that appeared on their social media page after the Solomon Island's loss to Fiji in the Women’s Nations Cup semi-final.

It says the use of a particular emoji was not intended to offend, but to convey the feeling of excitement after what had been a very competitive game.

The OFC says they acknowledge the statement made by Solomon Islands Football Federation and are sorry.

The Digicel Fiji Kulas will take on PNG in the Cup final at 7pm tomorrow at the HFC Bank Stadium.



PNG is one of the most consistent teams in the OFC Nations Cup – Cole

By Krishneel Nair
Friday 29/07/2022
Digicel Fiji Kulas coach Lisa Cole

Digicel Fiji Kulas coach Lisa Cole says Papua New Guinea is one of the most consistent teams in the OFC Nations Cup, as they have been the second best team behind New Zealand for many years.

Cole coached the PNG women’s under 20 team in 2016 and has knowledge of some players.

Cole says the team is communicating well and giving in their share of contribution, which has taken the team this far.

PNG is ranked 49th in the women’s world ranking and Fiji is placed 69th.

The Kulas will take on PNG in the OFC Women’s Nations Cup final at 7pm tomorrow at the HFC Bank Stadium.



Nasau dedicates semi-final win to father and fans

By Navitalai Naivalurua
Thursday 28/07/2022
[Photo: Fiji-FA]

Digicel Fiji Kulas sensation Cema Nasau has dedicated her tremendous performance in their 3-1 victory against Solomon Islands in the semifinal of the OFC Women’s Nations Cup to her father.

Speaking after receiving her third Player of the Match award, Nasau also acknowledged fans and teammates for their continuous support.

The 22-year-old was spectacular in the semifinal last night as she scored twice in the first 30 minutes to put Fiji up by 2-1.

Luisa Tamanitoakula scored the only goal in the second half to seal Fiji’s win.

The Kulas will meet PNG in the final at 7pm this Saturday at the HFC Bank Stadium.




Digicel Fiji Kulas through to the final of OFC Women’s Nations Cup

By Krishneel Nair
Wednesday 27/07/2022
[Photo: Fiji-FA]

The Digicel Fiji Kulas outclassed Solomon Islands 3-1 in a physical encounter in the OFC Women’s Nations Cup and secured a spot in the grand final at 7pm this Saturday at the HFC Bank Stadium.

The Kulas will play Papua New Guinea who defeated Samoa 3-0 in the first semi-final.

Solomon Islands took the lead after captain Ileen Pegi successfully finished off a penalty.

Three time player of the match, Cema Nasau proved too strong for the Solomons defence as she scored twice in the first 30 minutes to put Fiji up by 2-1.

Fiji led at half time.

Luisa Tamanitoakula scored the only goal in the second half to seal the win for Fiji.

An emotional Nasau says she dedicates the game to her father.

She also thanked all the fans who watched her this evening.

Samoa will take on the Solomon Islands for the third place playoff at 4pm Saturday.

FULL TIME | The Digicel Kulas outclass Solomon Islands and secures a spot in the grand final at 7pm this Saturday.

90' 4 minutes of play added

85' Dangerous play by Solomon Islands, Fiji with a free kick

83' Luisa Tamanitoakula punishes the Solomon defence with the third goal for Fiji. Fiji 3 - 1 Solomon Islands

80' Cross kick fom Rekha wasn't captilised by Volitikoro

79' Lovely attempt on the goal by Volitikoro, stopped by Solomon Islands goalkeeper

77' Likuculacula to be replaced by Tamanitoakula

73' Nasaus cross headed by Volitikoro goes over the crossbar

71' Free kick to FIji.

65' Attacking play by Volitikoro, ball goes out of play

64' Racea fouls, Solomon Island with a free kick

59' Trina Davis repplaced by Volitikoro

57' Bakaniceva comes on the field of play for Fiji

55' Solomon Islands with a counter attack, Fiji clears the ball

53' A beautiful shot by Diyalowai goes wide.

52' Nasaus free kick goes over the cross bar

51' Foul on Tora just outside the 18 yard box, Fiji with a free kick

49' Foul on Ranadi, Fiji with a free kick

SECOND HALF | We are now into the next 45 minutes with the Digicel Kulas leading by 2-1.

Half Time

43' Foul by Fiji, Solomon Island with a free kick

40' foul on Koleta, Fiji with a free kick

34' A powerful shot by Vanisha Kumar misses target.

28' A professioanl combination of one touch passes between Likuculacula and Nasau led Cema Nasau to find the back of the net Fiji 2.

22' Shot goes out of field, Goal kick to Fiji.

24' Free kick to Solomon Islands outside the penalty box.

23' Sofi Diyalowai with a long shot, stopped by keeper.

22' foul on Fiji. Fiji with a free kick.

21'Solomon Islands with a corner, cleared by Fiji.

20'Miscommunication from Fiji could have cost them a goal. Ball went out of play.

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14' GOAL! Cema Nasau finds the equalizer, sending the fans into frenzy. FIJI 1-1 SOLOMON ISLANDS

11' GOAL! Solomon Islands take the lead after captain Ileen Pegi successfully finishes off a penalty.

First half currently underway.

3'A direct shot at the goal. Solomon islands keeper manages to stop

1'Kicked off

START LIST | This is how the Digicel Kulas will take field tonight!

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WARM UP | The Digicel Kulas warming up before their semifinal clash against the Solomon Islands this evening at the HFC Bank Stadium in Suva.



Cema Nasau is a very special player – Cole

By Krishneel Nair
Wednesday 27/07/2022
[Photo: Fiji Football Association]

Digicel Kulas coach Lisa Cole says anyone who knows soccer can see Cema Nasau is a very special player.

Cole says she feel Nasau is yet to hit the full stride in the OFC Women’s Nations Cup tournament and adds her combination with captain Sofi Diyalowai is commendable.

Nasau has won two Player of the Match Awards.

The Kulas take on the Solomon Islands at 7.30 tonight at the HFC Bank Stadium.

The final will be played at 7pm Saturday.

The winner of the Women's Nations Cup will qualify for the inter-confederation playoff for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, which will be played in New Zealand next year.

The inter-confederation playoffs will determine the final three qualification spots for the FIFA Women's World Cup.

It will feature 10 teams from 6 confederations split into three groups, with the winner of each group qualifying for the Women's World Cup.



Come out in numbers and support the Kulas tonight - Cole

By Krishneel Nair
Wednesday 27/07/2022
Digicel Fiji Kulas coach Lisa Cole

As the Digicel Fiji Kulas get ready to take on the Solomon Islands in the OFC Nations Cup semi final tonight, coach Lisa Cole is calling on Fijians to come out in numbers and support the women tonight.

She says sports is a great way to do so many things and Fijian women and children should now get involved.

Cole says sports teaches great lessons in life like eating healthy, getting to know one another and championing one another and the Kulas have just been doing that.

The Kulas take on the Solomon Islands at 7.30pm tonight at the HFC Bank Stadium.

Samoa will face Papua New Guinea in the first semi-final at 4pm.

The final will be played at 7pm Saturday.

The winner of the Women's Nations Cup will qualify for the inter-confederation playoff for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, which will be played in New Zealand next year.

The inter-confederation playoffs will determine the final three qualification spots for the FIFA Women's World Cup.

It will feature 10 teams from 6 confederations split into three groups, with the winner of each group qualifying for the Women's World Cup.



Fiji needs to be on the map of women’s football in the Pacific - Cole

By Krishneel Nair
Wednesday 27/07/2022
[Image: Fiji FA]

As the Digicel Fiji Kulas get ready to take on the Solomon Islands in the OFC Nations Cup semi final tonight, coach Lisa Cole says we need to make a statement and say to everybody that Fiji needs to be on the map when you talk about women’s football in the Pacific.

Cole says Fiji rose up and took the runners up spot in 2018 but there has to be consistency.

Cole says the team has realised they have the strength within themselves.

She says Vanisha Kumar has worked really hard and she sets the tone on the team’s preparation.

She adds Kumar’s consistent hard work is unmatched.

The coach says Trina Davis is dangerous on the flanks and coming across and getting her own shots.

The Kulas take on the Solomon Islands at 7.30pm tonight.

Samoa will face Papua New Guinea in the first semi-final at 4pm.

The final will be played at 7pm Saturday.

The winner of the Women's Nations Cup will qualify for the inter-confederation playoff for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

The playoff will be played in New Zealand next year.

The inter-confederation playoffs will determine the final three qualification spots for the FIFA Women's World Cup.

It will feature 10 teams from 6 confederations split into three groups, with the winner of each group qualifying for the Women's World Cup.


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Kulas coach impressed with Diyalowai’s versatility and attack

By Rashika Kumar, Krishneel Nair
Tuesday 26/07/2022
Captain Sofi Diyalowai [Image: Fiji FA]

Digicel Fiji Women’s soccer team coach, Lisa Cole says she has been very impressed with Captain Sofi Diyalowai’s versatility and attack.

She says Diyalowai and Cema Nasau have found a great combination to place the ball through to the net.

Diyalowai scored the first goal in the quarter final against the Cook Islands on Sunday.

The Kulas take on the Solomon Islands in the semi-final of the OFC Women’s Nations Cup at the HFC Bank Stadium at 7.30pm tomorrow.

Samoa will face Papua New Guinea in the first semi-final at 4.30pm.

The final will be played at 7pm on Saturday.

The winner of the Women's Nations Cup will qualify for the inter-confederation playoff for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup. The playoff will be played in New Zealand next year.

The inter-confederation playoffs will determine the final three qualification spots for the FIFA Women's World Cup.

It will feature 10 teams from 6 confederations split into three groups, with the winner of each group qualifying for the Women's World Cup.



Digicel Kulas will need to take their chances against a formidable Solomons side - Cole

By Krishneel Nair, Dhanjay Deo
Monday 25/07/2022
[Image: Fiji FA]

Digicel Kulas coach, Lisa Cole says a semi-final is a totally different ball game and they will need to take their chances against a formidable Solomons outfit in the OFC Women’s Nations Cup.

Cole says the midfield combination of Sofi Diyalowai and Cema Nasau has so far been incredible while Trina Davis and Koleta Likuculacula did an equally good job on the flanks.

She says they need to dictate the pace of the game and also have variation in attack.

There are no major injuries in the team.

Fiji will play the Solomon Islands in the second semi-final at 7.30pm Wednesday. Samoa will face Papua New Guinea in the first semi-final at 4.30pm.

The final will be played at 7pm on Saturday.

The winner of the Women's Nations Cup will qualify for the inter-confederation playoff for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup. The playoff will be played in New Zealand next year.

The inter-confederation playoffs will determine the final three qualification spots for the FIFA Women's World Cup.

The playoffs will feature 10 teams from Asia, Africa, North America, Central America, Caribbean, South America, Europe and Oceania who will split into three groups, with the winner of each group qualifying for the Women's World Cup.



Digicel Kulas through to the semis of OFC Women’s Nations Cup

By Dhanjay Deo
Sunday 24/07/2022
Luisa Tamanitoakula Photo:Fiji Football Association

The Digicel Fiji Women’s soccer team is through to the semi-finals of the OFC Women’s Nations Cup after beating Cook Islands 2-0 in the quarter-finals this afternoon.

The Kulas proved too strong for Cook Islands where they dominated possession and territory.

Captain, Sofi Diyalowai scored the first goal through a sublime finish from inside Cook Islands penalty box in the 21st minute.

Players like Cema Nasau, Koleta Likuculacula and Trina Davies worked tirelessly in attack to increase Fiji’s lead however they went to the sheds with a slender 1-0 lead.

Fiji’s coach, Lisa Cole made a tactical change in the second half where she replaced top striker Vanisha Kumar with Luisa Tamanitoakula.

This worked wonders as Tamanitoakula found the back of the net in the 73rd minute with a great follow up.

Cole says it was important to get the second goal and they are now looking forward to the semis.

She says they have been overwhelmed with the support.

Cema Nasau was named player of the match.

She has thanked the fans for continuous support. Nasau says she is proud of her achievements so far. She says they are just executing the game plan set by their coach.

Fiji will now play the winner of Tahiti and Solomon Islands match in the second semi-final at 7.30pm on Wednesday. Samoa will face Papua New Guinea in the first semi-final at 4.30pm.

The final will be played at 7pm on Saturday.

The winner of the Women's Nations Cup will qualify for the inter-confederation playoff for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup. The playoff will be played in New Zealand next year.

The inter-confederation playoffs will determine the final three qualification spots for the FIFA Women's World Cup.

It will feature 10 teams from 6 confederations split into three groups, with the winner of each group qualifying for the Women's World Cup.

Fiji

vs
Cook Islands

0-0
Cook Islands kick off the first half
2nd Cema Nasau's shot goes wide from inside Cook Islands penalty box
0-0

6th Cema Nasau's powerful drive hits the woodwork, Fiji miss a golden opportunity
0-0

12th Cema Nasau fouled just outside Cook Islands box
0-0


0-0
15th Cook Islands sustaining immense pressure and have given away two free kicks so far
21st GOAL Sofi Diyalowai with a sublime finish from inside Cook Islands penalty box
1-0

28th Koleta Likuculacula with blistering speed beats a few defenders however Fiji fail to capitalise
1-0

40th Trina Davies comes in with a long range effort which goes wide
1-0


Half Time
Fiji kick off second half
1-0

47th Fiji survive a major scare after Fiji's goalkeeper Seruwala Vasuitoga misjudged a cross
1-0

58th Vanisha Kumar misses from point-blank range
1-0

69th Attempt by Trina Davies goes wide as Fiji miss yet another chance to increase lead
1-0

73rd GOAL Super-sub Luisa Tamanitoakula with a great follow up finds the back of the net
2-0



FINAL whistle goes, Fiji beats Cook Islands 2-0

































Rewa soccer receives $20,000 for the OFC Champions League

By Krishneel Nair
Sunday 24/07/2022
Photo:Fiji Football Association

Rewa soccer has received $20,000 from Fiji Football Association and major sponsor Digicel for the OFC Champions League in New Zealand next month.

While handing over the cheque to Rewa’s President, Nazeel Buksh, Fiji FA President, Rajesh Patel reminded them on what is at stake for the Delta Tigers.

Rewa will face nine-time winners Auckland City, most recent champions Hienghène Sport and Nikao Sokattak FC from Cook Islands in the group stages of the OFC Champions League.

Group A has AS Vénus, Galaxy FC, Lae City FC and Central Coast FC.

The group and knockout stages will be played in New Zealand next month.

The winners and runners-up from each group will face each other in the semi-finals. The winning team will get the chance to represent Oceania at the FIFA Club World Cup 2022.



Fiji women’s soccer team is now well settled - Cole

By Krishneel Nair
Saturday 23/07/2022
Photo:FFA

Digicel Fiji Women’s soccer team coach, Lisa Cole says the team is now well settled and players are ready for the elimination round of the OFC Women’s Nations Cup.

She says the overseas based players like Trina Davis and Vanisha Kumar have jelled in well in the team.

Cole says it was difficult to ascertain the playing style of other teams in the group stages however they now have a fair indication of what their opponents may bring.

The Kulas beat New Caledonia 3-1 and drew with Solomon Islands 1-1 in the group stages.

Fiji will play Cook Islands in the third quarterfinal at 4pm tomorrow at the HFC Bank Stadium.

The winner of the Women's Nations Cup will qualify for the Inter-confederation playoff for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

This playoff will be played in New Zealand next year.



Kula’s nursing a few injuries ahead on New Caledonia clash tonight

By Shanil Singh
Sunday 17/07/2022
[Photo: Fiji-FA]

Digicel Fiji Women’s soccer Coach Lisa Cole says they have a couple of key players with niggling injuries and they do not want to risk anyone because it is a long tournament.

The Kula’s will take on New Caledonia in their second match of the OFC Women’s Nations Cup tonight after being held 1-1 by Solomon Islands in the first match.

Cole says they were a bit nervous in the first game however they displayed good football at times but did not take their chances.

Fiji will take on New Caledonia at the HFC Bank Stadium at 7 tonight.

The winner of the Nations Cup will qualify for the FIFA Women’s World Cup Play-Off Tournament which will be played in Australia and New Zealand next year.



Fiji & Solomon Islands draw 1-1 in their first OFC Women's Nations Cup

By Krishneel Nair
Thursday 14/07/2022
(Image: Fiji FA)

The Digicel Fiji women's soccer team drew 1-1 with Solomon Islands in their first group match of the OFC Women’s Nations Cup at the HFC Bank Stadium.

Australian based Vanisha Kumar scored for Fiji in the 25th minute.

Solomon Islands captain Ileen Pegi equalized from the penalty spot in the 36th minute.

Fiji's captain Sofi Diyalowai was named player of the match.

In other matches played so far, Samoa beat Tonga 2-0 and Papua New Guinea defeated Vanuatu 3-1.

Fiji will now take on New Caledonia at 7pm on Sunday. 



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