Catching up after the weekend? Here’s all the top results and all on one page …

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Six national titles were decided for the country’s best young futsal players, while the Wellington Phoenix slipped in their efforts to keep pace with the women’s A-League leaders.

Here’s our round-up of the top results for the weekend of December 16-17, 2023:


Women’s A-League

Game played on Saturday December 16, 2023

Adelaide United 2 (Emily Condon 75′, Nanako Sasaki 85′)
Wellington Phoenix 1 (Emma Main 21′)

READ MORE: Phoenix blow chance to go second in A-League with loss to lowly Adelaide >>>>


National Youth Futsal Championships

Finals day,  Àkau Tangi Sports Centre, Wellington
Games played on Sunday December 17, 2023

READ MORE: Waikato Rapids excel at National Youth Futsal Championships, reaching five finals >>>>

U-15 girls

Capital Futsal 1 (Molly Judd 13′)
Waikato Rapids 1 (Bella Cochrane 40′)
*Rapids won 5-3 on penalties

U-15 boys

Waikato Rapids 5 (Callan Fraser 13′, Tomas Blackhall 17′, Angus Elliott 15′, 26′, Asher Clark 33′)
Auckland City 3 (Adan Bolland 1′, 4′, Cristian Gascu 7′)

U-17 girls

Waikato Rapids 1 (Laura Bennett 10′)
Auckland City 2 (Piper O’Neill 19′, Penny Brill 41′)
*After extra time

U-17 boys

Waikato Rapids 4 (Lucca Lim 4′, Chester Opperman 5′, 40′, Harvey Hendricks 17′)
Capital Futsal 1 (Matteo Lidstone 1′)

U-19 girls

Capital Futsal 1 (Pepi Olliver-Bell 48′)
Waikato Rapids 0
*After extra time

U-19 boys

Central Football 3 (Own goal 1′, Sebastian Barton-Ginger 14′, Luca Barclay 24′)
Capital Futsal 2 (Christopher Stenersen 17′, George Willett 34′)

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