Priscilla Charley: Gone but not forgotten

In October 2015 during the OFC U-20 Women’s Championship in Tonga a message popped up in my inbox from a young Vanuatu footballer by the name of Priscilla Charley. Like many before her, and many after, she was after images of her from her debut tournament representing Vanuatu. I’m always happy to help in these […]

Pasifika Sister #3

Julia King is well known as co-owner of The Kava House Vanuatu with her husband Frank, but her work in local sport has also seen her profile rise. Having held administrative roles with the Port Vila Women’s Football and Women’s Futsal Leagues, been a player, coach and team member of the Tupuji Imere and Mauriki […]

PASIFIKA SISTER #2

Margaret Aka is among the pioneers of women’s football in Papua New Guinea. As a player she was one of the first to play “semi-professionally” outside of her native Papua New Guinea and now as a coach, she continues to break barriers as the first female recipient of an OFC B Licence and the first […]

PASIFIKA SISTER #1

Sarai Bareman. If you’re visiting this site you must know her name by now. New Zealand-raised Bareman has taken a far from traditional career path and although she’s one of the most powerful women in football right now, she will alway call the Pacific home. So how on earth did she get to where she […]