The girls displayed a convincing win over South Africa with a score of 4-0.…Continue
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Equatorial Guinea popularly known as Nzalang Nacional (nation's light) are new Africa football queens. Hosts has lifted African Women Championships (AWC) title after defeating South Africa 4-0 in a final match of the 8th edition played on Sunday at Malabo Stadium.
Playing before The Republic President Teodoro Obiang Mbasogo who was the chief guest, Equatorial Guinea players started the match aggressively with…
Malabo, Equatorial Guinea – The national soccer team of Equatorial Guinea advanced into the semi-final match of the 8th edition of the African Cup of Nations on Saturday. The Equatorial Guinea Girls, dubbed by their fans in America won a convincing match against Senegal with a 5 to nil score.
Equatorial Guinea Girls reserved some of the injured players, but maintained the block, because if there is something the coach did not want was excessive confidence that…
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Malabo, Equatorial Guinea – The national soccer team for Equatorial Guinea showed determination and grace during a convincing 6-0 win over the Democratic Republic of Congo yesterday. The Equatorial Guinea Girls, dubbed by their fans in America play Senegal next in the Women's Cup of African Nations (CAN 2012). Captain Ayonman scored three goals and showed her best game against the Congolese team.
After the match, at a press conference, the coach of the Equatorial…Continue
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The Confederation of African Football conducted the final draw for the eighth African Women Championship to run from 28th October to 11th November 2012 in Equatorial Guinea, at its Cairo Headquarters. CAF Secretary General, Hicham El Amrani led the draw process, which saw hosts and losing finalists from the 2010 edition, Equatorial Guinea drawn in-group A alongside South Africa, Senegal and DR Congo.
New Zealand beat Samoa 12-0 on the final day of the OFC U-20 Women's Championship to qualify for their fourth consecutive FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup
New Zealand, inspired by four goal skipper Rosie White, sealed qualification to the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Japan with a 12-0 win over Samoa on the final day of the OFC U-20 Women’s Championships at Centre Park, Mangere today.
18-year old captain Rosie White smashed four…Continue
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New Caledonia 1 – 10 New Zealand
Katie Rood 11' (New Zealand)
Hannah Wilkinson 12' 65' (New Zealand)
Rosie White 25' 39' (New Zealand)
Marie Heutro 28' (New Caledonia)
Kate Loye 38' 42' (New Zealand)
Katie Rood 54' (New Zealand)
Georgia Brown 68' 81' (New Zealand)
The Junior Football Ferns took a huge step on the path towards the FIFA U-20 World Cup Japan 2012 with a 10-1 win over New…Continue
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10/04/12 New Caledonia 5 - 1 Samoa
10/04/12 New Zealand 6 - 0 Papua New Guinea
12/04/12 New Caledonia 1 - 10 New Zealand
12/04/12 Papua New Guinea 1 - 1 Samoa…
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Defending champions New Zealand and Papua New Guinea have given themselves a head start in the OFC U-17 Women’s Championship with victories on the opening day at Centre Park in Auckland today.
Papua New Guinea raised the curtain on the tournament, the winner of which will qualify for the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup Azerbaijan 2012, with a hard-fought 1-0 win over 10-player New Caledonia Georgina KAIKAS 18' scoring the only goal of the…Continue
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OFC U-17 / U-20 Women's Championships
New Zealand will host the two tournaments in conjunction with each other from 9th to the 14th April at Centre Park in Mangere, Auckland.
The U-17 tournament New Zealand will be joined by the Cook Islands, New Caledonia and Papua New Guinea to play-off for a spot at the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup which takes place in Azerbaijan from…Continue
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Africa - African Women's Championship 2nd Leg
Ethiopia 4 - 0 Egypt
Tanzania 5 - 2 Namibia
Guinea 0 - 5 Côte d'Ivoire
Mozambique 0 - 0 Kenya (OFF)
Malawi 4 - 2 Zambia
Tunisia 2 - 0 Morocco
(Morocco wins 5-3 on pens)
Burundi 0 - 0 Senegal (OFF)
Congo DR 4 - 0 Uganda
Ghana 5 - 2 Mali…
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The preliminary round of the 8th African Women’s Championship 2012 gets underway across the continent this weekend with the first leg matches. The finals will be held in Equatorial Guinea in November but the road to Malabo begins with the ten matches on this weekend. Senegal…Continue
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Wednesday September 7th
All Africa Games
Group A (Maputo)
Mozambique 3 – 0 (WO) Guinea
Cameroon 3 – 0 Algeria
Christine Manie 5’ (Cameroon)
Iven Mihamle 45’ (Cameroon)
Ariane Beyene 85’ (Cameroon)
All Africa Games
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All Africa Games
Guinea 0 – 3 Algeria
Mozambique 0 – 1 Cameroon
Tanzania 1 – 3 Ghana
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Assistant coach of Ghana U-20 women’s team, Ben Fokuo has expressed uneasiness after being drawn together with ‘old foes’ South Africa for the 2011 All Africa Games.
The Black Princesses were drawn in Group B alongside South Africa, Zimbabwe and rising forces, Tanzania during the draw held on Tuesday in cairo, Egypt for the continental version of the Olympic Games.
Fokou has singled out the…Continue
The Hosts Mozambique is in Group A, along with Cameroon, Guinea and Algeria. Group B teams are South Africa, Zimbabwe, Tanzania and Ghana, South Africa will be hoping for a better result this time after losing to Zimbabwe in the final of the Cosafa tournament in Harare 1 –…Continue
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26 June 2011
Nigeria 15:00 France
Stadium: Rhein-Neckar-Arena, Hoffenheim (GER)
Germany 18:00 Canada
Stadium: Olympiastadion, Berlin (GER)
27 June 2011
Japan 15:00 New Zealand
Stadium: Ruhrstadion, Bochum (GER)
Mexico 18:00 England
Stadium: VfL Wolfsburg Arena, Wolfsburg (GER)
28 June 2011
Colombia 15:00 Sweden
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The sisters were key players for the Guinean side at the 2010 African Women's Championship in South Africa, but were hit by controversy after they were accused of being men by members of the Ghana side. Salimata was also accused of having played for both Burkina Faso and Ivory…
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So I am a man of imagination, ideas, and dreams that never really take hold for anything [I get it from my parents]. Because of this I've had some brilliant ideas that were best left in my brain. However, today [because it is on topic], I'm going to share one of those ideas with you.
What's Your Cup?
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