Flying Kiwis – March 20

Leading your Flying Kiwis this week… it’s Elliot Collier. If you don’t know then you know now, Collier’s been on a rise so sharp these last few months you’d think he was shot into orbit by those Rocket Lab folks.

The Premmy Files – Round 18

The final round of the Premiership regular season was a farewell tour for some and a matter of convenience for others. Auckland City wasted no time in taking care of the Wellington Phoenix reserves to clinch top spot on the ladder and automatic qualification to next year’s Oceania Champions League.

The Premmy Files – Round 17

Absolute hype right here, Round 17 of the Aoteroa Men’s Rotating-Sponsor Football Premiership featuring the top four teams all in action against each other, potentially previewing the semi-finals – although we’ll find that out for sure next week.

Flying Kiwis – March 6

Yeah, we missed you Woody. Flying Kiwis hasn’t quite been the same without the big fella scoring goals for fun. Back at close to full fitness now, having burned some more minutes in another closed-season friendly in the midweek, he was named on the bench again as Burnley took on Everton.

Flying Kiwis – February 27

Smithy was an expected starter, they didn’t sign him to sit in the reserves. Deklan Wynne not so much and certainly not so much playing as the left-sided centre-back in a back three. However Wynne had gotten the start in their last preseason game so there was some hint at this.

The Premmy Files: Round 16 (Part 1)

Canterbury United are putting a hefty challenge together this season. Five wins in a row now and it’d be silly to write them off in two weeks’ time when they welcome the capital folkers and face Team Wellington. Tell you what, that’ll be one of the most massive games of the season. It might even have bigger ramifications than the semi-finals, you know.

Flying Kiwis – February 20

If Stotty has a favourite Queen song then it’s gotta be We Are The Champions if only for sheer repetition. That’s because once again, for the third time in a row and fourth time overall, Rebekah Stott is a champion of the Australian W-League.