Good result for the NZ U-17 women's team in Australia

The New Zealand team did very well in a recent trip to Australia, making football history by becoming the first women’s team to win back-to-back trans-Tasman matches on Australian soil. After a 1-0 loss to the same team in February, the Kiwis showed vast improvement by scoring eight unanswered goals against the home side. The 4-0 score line in both games is the biggest football win by New Zealand over Australia at any level, breaking a long-standing record held by the All Whites with their 4-1 win over Australia in 1923. In the third and final match of the tour the Young Football Ferns went down 4-2 to the Australia U-20s side.