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Thursday, July 16, 2015

Papua New Guinea Women's National Soccer Team News


July 16, 2015 - Marie Kaipu kicks winner over New Caledonia
"Papua New Guinea have laid claim to their fourth consecutive Pacific Games title after beating New Caledonia 1-0 in front of a massive home crowd at Sir Hubert Murray Stadium in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.... As New Caledonia struggled with their normally controlled first touch, Papua New Guinea continued to pounce and were rewarded for that sustained pressure just 20 minutes in. The diminutive Marie Kaipu raced in on a fumble from Honorine Pouidja, putting the ball in the net and putting her side in the lead." - OFC

July 13, 205 - Ramona Paido scores brace in win over Samoa
"Papua New Guinea have qualified for the XV Pacific Games/ OFC Olympic Qualifiier final after beating Samoa 3-0.... 6' GOAL!!! Papua New Guinea 1-0 Samoa Ramona PAIDO takes the shot and it deflects off the chest of Georgina KAIKAS into the net.... 25' GOAL!!! Papua New Guinea 2-0 Samoa Great combination play between PADIO and GUNEMBA before the latter fires in off a fumble.... 45'+1' GOAL!!! Papua New Guinea 3-0 Samoa Ramona PADIO goes it solo." - OFC

July 11, 2015 - Meagen Gunemba & Fatima Rama score in win over Cook Islands
"Papua New Guinea 2-0 Cook Islands.... 31' GOAL!!! Papua New Guinea 1-0 Cook Islands Meagen GUNEMBA opens up in the box, has RAMA wide but opts to shoot and fires past a diving TORU... 72' GOAL!!! Papua New Guinea 2-0 Cook Islands Fatima RAMA fires in from the far post." - OFC

May 5, 2015 - roster named for Thailand trip
"Papua New Guinea women's national team coach Gary Phillips has injected some fresh talent into his 23-strong training squad for the team's next mission to Thailand later this month.... Three new faces have been named with two players based offshore. Striker Ramona Quintina Padio joins the squad from Kimbe with Belinda Giada from Ramu and Joelyn Hehul Aimi joining in from Wewak. The two offshore-based players are Abigayle Mette from Australia and Lucy Maino from the USA. The team will be led by the experience of Deslyn Siniu and Dorcas Sesevo and with the inclusion of Sandra Birum and Yvonne Gabong, who missed out on the first friendly, the team will have good support in the centre." - OFC

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