RESULTS: Day 1 at women’s Ford Futsal Superleague national series in Wellington

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Four teams will play off at 8am on Sunday (April 2) to decide who goes into the final for the women’s Ford Futsal Superleague second National Series tournament in Wellington.

Canterbury United Pride go into the semi-finals as top seed and will play WaiBOP Power, while Capital and Papakura City will meet in the other semi-final.

Here’s how play went on the first day of the two-day tournament:


Games played on Saturday April 1, 2023

Tournament played at Akau Tangi Sports Centre, Wellington

Women’s Ford Futsal Superleague

Southern United 1 (Abby Nicolson 31′)
Papakura City 5 (Abby Venmore 8′, Hannah Reddy 17′, 38′, Jordana Bremner 37′, Amy Waters 38′)

Canterbury United Pride 1 (Britney-Lee Nicholson 12′)
WaiBOP Power 2 (Alosi Bloomfield 10′, Courtney Stone 20′)

Capital Football 1 (Francesca Grange 10′)
Papakura City 0

Central Football 0
WaiBOP Power 2 (Jamie Evans 2′, Stevie-Lee Tiller 7′)


How to watch Saturday’s games

Click below to watch the live stream provided by NZ Zealand Football’s YouTube channel:

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Games to be played on Sunday April 2, 2023

Semi-final 1
Canterbury United Pride v WaiBOP Power

Semi-final 2
Capital v Papakura City

Play-off Fifth v Sixth
Southern United v Central

Series Final
Winner SF 1 v Winner SF 2

Sunday’s live stream

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