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Roord goal sees Netherlands edge New Zealand late

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Jill Roord headed home the Netherlands' winner in stoppage time.

Substitute Jill Roord headed home a stoppage-time winner as the Netherlands finally broke down New Zealand's defence to emerge with a 1-0 triumph on Tuesday, as both countries began their women's World Cup finals campaign at Stade Oceane in Le Havre, France.

The European champions had numerous attempts at goal in a match marked by a myriad of missed chances before Roord headed in at the back post.

The double attacking threat of Lieke Martens and Vivianne Miedema failed to deliver despite periods...

New Zealand futsal international Atta Elayyan killed in Christchurch terror attack

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New Zealand futsal international Atta Elayyan was one of the victims in Friday's Christchurch mosque shootings.

New Zealand Football has confirmed that international futsal goalkeeper Atta Elayyan was one of the victims in Friday's Christchurch mosque shootings.

The 33-year-old, who had represented the Futsal Whites 19 times, was praying at the Masjid Al Noor Mosque next to Hagley Park when he was shot, the governing body said.

"It is still hard to comprehend what happened in Christchurch on Friday afternoon," NZF chief executive Andrew Pragnell said in a statement.

"On behalf of everyone at New Zealand Football...

Australia Women beat New Zealand in Cup of Nations

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The Matildas passed their first test under Ante Milicic's leadership, defeating New Zealand 2-0 in a spirited start to their Cup of Nations campaign.

Emily Gielnik and Hayley Raso gave Australia a deserving win on Thursday night at Sydney's Leichhardt Oval, scoring goals either side of half-time. It might have been more for the Matildas, given both Elise Kellond-Knight and Tameka Butt hit the crossbar.

Given the tumult of the side's coaching dramas, Milicic and his team can look back on a job well...

New Zealand Football chief resigns due to 'bullying' in women's football

Deryck Shaw, New Zealand Football's (NZF) president, has resigned after failing to appropriately deal with a bullying scandal in the national women's team.

In July, 13 players refused to play for the team, forcing Andreas Heraf to resign as head coach and technical director. And an independent panel later concluded that the Austrian had "bullied and harassed" players.

Then NZF chief Andy Martin was also forced to resign and Shaw has now decided to step down. Shaw apologised after...