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.
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