#OFCU17M PROFILE | Spragg’s long road to India

Charles Spragg has stood out for New Zealand in their campaign to qualify for the FIFA U-17 World Cup, sitting top of the scoring table in the OFC U-17 Championship in Tahiti, but it’s taken a great amount of commitment to get to where he is today.

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#OFU17M FINAL | Title up for grabs

New Zealand and New Caledonia may have qualified undefeated for the FIFA U-17 World Cup but the icing on the cake would be being crowned the OFC U-17 Championship winners following the final at Stade Pater on 24 February. (25 Feb NCL & NZL time)

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PRIMED | Battle-hardened Team Wellington ready for OFC Champions League

Team Wellington coach Jose Figueira says an intensely competitive domestic campaign leaves his side primed for the start of the OFC Champions League group stage in New Caledonia this weekend.

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HIGHLIGHTS | NZL 2-1 PNG

New Zealand score deep into stoppage time to see off a determined challenge from Papua New Guinea in the semi-finals of the OFC U-17 Championship and qualify for the FIFA U-17 World Cup.

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HIGHLIGHTS | NCL 3-2 SOL

New Caledonia qualify for FIFA U-17 World Cup for the first time in their history by edging Solomon Islands 3-2 in the semi-finals of the OFCU-17 Championship in Tahiti.

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#OFCU17M SEMI-FINAL REVIEW | New Zealand and New Caledonia through to India

New Caledonia and New Zealand have booked their tickets to the 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup in India after defeating Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea respectively in two nail-biting semi-final clashes in the OFC U-17 Championship at Stade Mahina, Tahiti, tonight.

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New Zealand book their ticket to the FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017 in India with a 2-1 win over Papua New Guinea in the semi-final of the OFC U-17 Championship. Images: OFC via Phototek
FULL-TIME | New Zealand have sealed qualification to the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017 but needed a winner from Oliver Whyte deep into stoppage time to seal a dramatic 2-1 win over Papua New Guinea in the OFC U-17 Championship semi-finals.
HALF-TIME | New Zealand and Papua New Guinea are locked at 1-1 as they head into the changing rooms at half-time. PNG's Aben Pukue turned the ball into his own net to give New Zealand a third minute lead but with a place in the FIFA U-17 World Cup on the line, Barthy Kerobin drew his side level in the 34th minute.

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LINE UPS | Next to chase a place at the FIFA U-17 World Cup are New Zealand and Papua New Guinea. Here's who'll line up for the two teams in our second semi-final at Stade Mahina.

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New Caledonia book their ticket to the FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017 in India with a 3-2 win over Solomon Islands in the semi-final of the OFC U-17 Championship. Images: OFC via Phototek
LIVE SCORING | Next up in the battle for a ticket to the FIFA U-17 World Cup in India is the second OFC U-17 Championship semi-final between New Zealand and Papua New Guinea. The Kiwis have qualified for the last five World Cups so head in as firm favourites but Papua New Guinea will show no fear as they look to breakthrough fr the first time at this level.

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FULL-TIME | New Caledonia are headed to the FIFA U-17 World Cup for the first time in their history after beating Solomon Islands 3-2 in the semi-finals of the OFC U-17 Championship in Tahiti!
HALF-TIME | New Caledonia lead Solomon Islands 1-0 at the break and are on course, so far, for a place in the final and at the FIFA U-17 World Cup.

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LINE-UPS | New Caledonia and Solomon Islands have named their teams for their semi-final match which will determine the first of two OFC representatives in the FIFA U-17 World Cup in India.

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LIVE SCORING | The first OFC U-17 Championship semi-final will send one team to their first ever FIFA U-17 World Cup. Neither New Caledonia nor Solomon Islands have ever qualified for an age-group World Cup so the winner of the match, regardless of who it is, will achieve an historic breakthrough for football in their nation.

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A massive day today for four teams of young men representing their nations.

The two winners of today's OFC U-17 Championship semis-finals will qualify for the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017 - the first time two OFC teams have qualified at this level without hosting.

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#OFCU17M PROFILE | Kaoni humbled by OFC U-17 Championship involvement

Junior Kaoni has completely dominated up front for Solomon Islands throughout the 2017 OFC U-17 Championship but the humble 16-year-old can only express how grateful he is to be a part of the action.

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#OFCU17M PROFILE | Williams thriving for New Zealand

Jake Williams has proven himself an asset to New Zealand across the field so far in the OFC U-17 Championship, but the defender is no stranger to hard work and sacrifice, devoting his young life to football.

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