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

The Wellington Phoenix enjoyed a bumper weekend with wins from their men’s and women’s A-League teams.

The men stayed top of the Isuzu UTE A-League with a 2-1 win at Newcastle Jets, while the Nix women ground out a gutsy 2-0 win against Canberra United, despite playing a third of the game with 10 players.

Here’s our round-up of the weekend:

Men’s A-League

Game played on Saturday January 27, 2024

Newcastle Jets 1 (Trent Buhaglar 80′)
Wellington Phoenix 2 
(Alex Rufer 5′ pen, Oskar Zawada 87′)

READ MORE: Oskar Zawada grabs late winner to keep the Phoenix top of men’s A-League >>>>


Table at 9pm (NZT) on Sunday January 28.

Women’s A-League

Game played on Saturday January 28, 2024

Wellington Phoenix 2 (Mariana Speckmaier 43′, 52′)
Canberra United 0

READ MORE: Gutsy win by Phoenix after red card and penalty test team’s character >>>>


Table at 9pm (NZT) on Sunday January 28.

NZSS North-South mini-series

Games played on Thursday January 25, 2024

U-16 NZSS South 1
U-16 NZ Māori 4

U-19 NZSS South 3
U19 NZ Māori 1

U-16 NZSS North 4
U-16 NZ Māori 1

U-19 NZSS North 4
U-19 NZ Māori 1

Games played on Friday January 26, 2024

NZSS U-16 North 2
NZSS U-16 South 0

NZSS U-19 North 8
NZSS U-19 South 2

In case you missed it …

With domestic football competitions taking a break, here’s more from the weekend you might enjoy …

Ferns striker Hannah Wilkinson on scoresheet again

Hannah Wilkinson’s famous for THAT goal at the FIFA Women’s World Cup but she scored another from close range in Melbourne City’s Round 14 game against Western United.

READ MORE: Hannah Wilkinson’s World Cup goal on shortlist for sport’s favourite moment >>>>

Though she netted from a metre, Wilkinson was surrounded by five Western defenders, and reacted quickest.

Women’s A-League

Game played on Thursday January 25, 2024

Melbourne City 1 (Hannah Wilkinson 32′)
Western United 3 (Hannah Keane 28′, 53′, Kahli Mary Johnson 79′)

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