May 10, 2022
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Host Fiji drawn in tough group

Host nation Fiji is drawn in a tough Group C of the upcoming OFC Women's Nations Cup with New Caledonia and Solomon Islands.
 
 Fiji, who finished as runners-up at the 2018 edition will be looking to go one better than four years ago on home soil.
 
New Caledonia will be aiming to better their impressive performance as hosts in 2018, where they made the final-four.
 
Solomon Islands have appointed national men's team legend Batram Suri to aid them in their efforts in their third appearance at a Women's Nations Cup.
 
In Group A, Tonga is drawn with Cook Islands and Samoa while Group B comprises of Papua New Guinea, Tahiti and Vanuatu.
 
The OFC Women's Nations Cup will take place from July 13-30 at the ANZ Stadium in Suva and the winner will qualify for the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™.
 
By Romeka Romena  


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