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

Big matches in Oceania competitions and the A-Leagues provided the focus for the weekend’s football action.

Auckland City took the early advantage in their two-legged OFC Men’s Champions League play-off series with Wellington Olympic, with a 1-0 win at Kiwitea St.

Adverse weather conditions disrupted the start of the OFC Women’s Champions League in the Solomon Islands, forcing the rescheduling of Auckland United’s first game till Tuesday.

In the men’s A-League, Wellington Phoenix have been overtaken at the top of the table by the Central Coast Mariners, but the Wellington Phoenix landed a much-needed win in the women’s A-League.

Here’s our round-up for the weekend of March 9-10, 2024:


OFC Men’s Champions League

Game played on Saturday March 9, 2024

National play-off, first leg

Auckland City 1 (Stipe Ukich 72′)
Wellington Olympic 0

READ MORE: Auckland City claim first leg OFC play-off win against Wellington Olympic >>>>

READ: Auckland City’s match programme for OFC play-off against Olympic >>>>

OFC Women’s Champions League

Game played on Sunday March 10, 2024

Group A

Tafea FC (Vanuatu) 1 (Jane Alatoa 37′ pen)
Hekari United (PNG) 1 (Phiylis Pala 45+8′ pen)

Avatiu FC (Cook Islands) P
Henderson Eels (Solomon Islands) P

READ MORE: Weather disrupts opening games in OFC Women’s Champions League >>>>

PREVIEW: Auckland United ready ‘to do country proud’ in Solomon Islands >>>>

Men’s A-League

Game played on Saturday March 9, 2024

Melbourne City 1 (Samuel Souprayen 58′)
Wellington Phoenix 0

READ MORE: Unbeaten run comes to end for Phoenix in scorching heat of Melbourne >>>>

READ MORE: Teen eclipses record for youngest men’s A-League debut by Phoenix player >>>>

Table at 10pm (NZT) on Sunday March 10.

Women’s A-League

Game played on Saturday March 9, 2024

Perth Glory 1 (own goal 42′)
Wellington Phoenix 3 (Alyssa Whinham 24′, Michaela Robertson 56′, Macey Fraser 78′)

READ MORE: Coach Paul Temple: ‘A huge win’ as the Phoenix women beat Perth Glory 3-1 >>>>

Table at 12am (NZT) on Monday March 11.

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