Hienghène and Les Cagous Joseph Athalé moves to French football

Français Recently, it was reported by New Caledonian media that New Caledonia young star Lues Waya is going to move Europe to sign for a 4th-tier side in France. But Waya is not the only one in New Caledonia who is moving abroad to play football. Joseph Athalé, former AS Wetr, AS Magenta and mostContinue reading “Hienghène and Les Cagous Joseph Athalé moves to French football”

New Caledonia: Tiga Sport celebrates Super Ligue title

Français The current Super Ligue winners of 2021 in New Caledonia celebrated last week their succesful defence of title; Tiga Sport hammered Horizon Patho in Mare to confirm their second title in a row. In their final match in the national league, The Toka surpassed Patho by 7-1 – Jimmy Welepane scored four of theContinue reading “New Caledonia: Tiga Sport celebrates Super Ligue title”

Hienghène beats Ne Drehu and will represent New Caledonia at OFC Champions League final round

🇫🇷Français Hienghène and SC Ne Drehu kicked off the OFC Champions League 2022 at Stade Yoshida last Saturday – 4th June – for the first OFC Champions League national qualifier. The winner of the two-legged clash is going to represent New Caledonia in the final round of the 2022 OFC Champions League. The first scoringContinue reading “Hienghène beats Ne Drehu and will represent New Caledonia at OFC Champions League final round”

Hienghène and Ne Drehu kicks-off the 2022 OFC Champions League

🇫🇷Français Today – 4th June – the start of the 2022 OFC Champions League will be set. The most important competition in the South Pacific returns after two seasons of absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In the 2020 edition the tournament was cancelled just after the completion of the group stage. As explained earlierContinue reading “Hienghène and Ne Drehu kicks-off the 2022 OFC Champions League”

OFC Champions League is Back!

After three years of inactivity, the largest club competition in the South Pacific is back. The OFC Champions League will begin in June with a new format with fewer matches and less travel because of flight restrictions imposed after the Covid-19 pandemic. The champions and runners-up of the major national leagues – except New ZealandContinue reading “OFC Champions League is Back!”

AS Magenta/Hienghène domination came to an end in New Caledonia

🇫🇷 Français The atypical season in New Caledonia was finished last weekend at Stade Yoshida, Koné. Four teams were in the battle for the title and spots in the next OFC Champions League; after being forced to postpone the final matchweek due conflicts in the country, Tiga Sport, Horizon Patho and the powerful duo ASContinue reading “AS Magenta/Hienghène domination came to an end in New Caledonia”

Tiga Sport win 2020 Mobil Super Ligue in New Caledonia

🇫🇷 Français The 2020 Mobil Super Ligue reached an end in New Caledonia as the last two matches of the season were contested this Saturday in the French territory – and Tiga Sport were crowned champions for the first time ever. The first match of the day was contested between Tiga and AS Magenta atContinue reading “Tiga Sport win 2020 Mobil Super Ligue in New Caledonia”

Tiga take the lead as Hienghène and Magenta share the spoils in Mobil Super Ligue

🇫🇷 Français The second matchday of Mobil Super Ligue’s final stage was contested this Saturday at Stade Numa Daly in Nouméa, the capital of New Caledonia. It was a perfect day for Tiga Sport, as they defeated their opponents to take the lead of the tournament. In the first match of the day, Tiga SportContinue reading “Tiga take the lead as Hienghène and Magenta share the spoils in Mobil Super Ligue”

Mobil Super Ligue decisive playoff continues this weekend in Nouméa

🇫🇷 Français The decisive top-four of the Mobil Super Ligue is set to continue this Saturday at Stade Numa-Daly with two more thrilling matches a tthe decisive phase of the season in New Caledonia’s premier league. As all matches were tied in the last weekend, any winners of this round will be very close toContinue reading “Mobil Super Ligue decisive playoff continues this weekend in Nouméa”

New Caledonia: everything tied up in the first matchday of Mobil Super Ligue’s decisive phase

🇫🇷 Français The first two matches of the decisive part of the season of New Caledonia’s top-tier league Mobil Super Ligue ended up all square this Sunday in Nouméa at Stade Numa-Daly; both national giants AS Magenta and Hienghène Sport were unable to confirm their favouritism in their debuts in the top-four of Mobil SuperContinue reading “New Caledonia: everything tied up in the first matchday of Mobil Super Ligue’s decisive phase”