The Dunedin Technical women’s side is about to take the Hillary step.
Roslyn secured the championship with a hard-fought 1-0 victory over Northern, whose pre-match game plan of frustrating Roslyn nearly paid dividends with numbers behind the ball and resolute defending.
A spectator who charged the pitch during an Auckland football match allegedly hurled racial abuse at an opposition player before throwing a punch at him.
Liverpool's new goalkeeper Alisson suffered a nightmare moment but it failed to prevent them maintaining their 100% start to the Premier League campaign.
Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy says he no longer wants to be considered for England duty and wishes to focus his time on his club career.
Its teams have battled on the pitch, but Football South is happy with how this year's Southern Football League has played out.
Lucas Moura scored twice as Tottenham Hotspur romped to a 3-0 Premier League win over Manchester United at Old Trafford.
Dunedin Technical will travel to Auckland in the last leg of its quest for ultimate glory - but it will not lack support.
Chelsea and surprise package Watford joined Liverpool on nine points from three games at the top of the Premier League with narrow victories.
Caversham defended the Blair Davidson Shield at its old home ground on Saturday as its match was transferred to Tonga Park.
Mohamed Salah's strike was enough to earn Liverpool a 1-0 win over a dogged Brighton and give them an early top spot in the Premier League.
Graeme Smaill and his players have come a long way since they first formed a junior all-girls' team a decade ago.
All Whites midfielder Ryan Thomas has suffered a massive setback after joining Dutch champions PSV Eindhoven.
Dunedin Technical coach Tony Martin has described his side’s punishing 5-1 defeat by Nelson Suburbs and lowly finish on the Southern Football League standings as a valuable learning experience.
Roslyn Wakari ended up a dominant winner over Mosgiel with a big second-half showing at Memorial Park.
Olympic sprint champion and aspiring footballer Usain Bolt touched down in Sydney on Saturday, declaring himself ready to prove to the world that his Australian football adventure is "real".