Twenty-year-old Pekay Edwards heads into Puaikura’s final match against Hienghène Sport today full of pride for his club jersey and supporters back home. The Atiuan-born striker is one of the few home-grown players serving a key role on the…

After two flights and a long-drive out to their destination, Rarotonga Club champions Puaikura FC have finally arrived into Kone, New Caledonia for the OFC Champions League Group Stage tournament from 25 February to 5 March. Following their recent…

  In fulfilling one of its visions to accelerate development of elite youth players in-country, the Cook Islands Football Association kicked off its national training academy programme last week. The programme follows the recent successes of Cook Islands’ national…

A field upgrade project to the tune of $500K begun on the Cook Islands Football Association’s main pitch in Matavera. The project which has been a pipedream for over 18 months became a reality three weeks ago, when work…

Emotions were in high supply at the Rarotonga International Airport as the successful Puaikura FC men’s team walked out of the arrivals gate last Saturday afternoon. The Rarotongan club champions who had recently topped the OFC Champions League Qualifiers…

The 14 Rarotonga-based players and team officials of the Puaikura FC men’s team are set to depart tonight for the OFC Champions League Preliminary in Tonga kicking off this Friday (Local time).   The team came together over the…

Fifty-six junior players from the Puaikura Football Club departed Rarotonga yesterday morning en route to Aitutaki where they will spend a week on a development purpose tour.    The large contingent travelled to the outer island in three groups…