Men's Football at the 2011 Pacific Games

Men's Football at the Pacific Games 2011
Tournament details
Host country  New Caledonia
Dates 27 August – 9 September
Teams 11 (from 2 confederations)
Venue(s) (in 4 host cities)
Final positions
Champions  New Caledonia (6th title)
Runners-up  Solomon Islands
Third place  Tahiti
Fourth place  Fiji
Tournament statistics
Matches played 29
Goals scored 162 (5.59 per match)
Top scorer(s) New Caledonia Bertrand Kaï (10 goals)
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The 2011 Pacific Games men's football tournament was the 13th edition of Pacific Games men's football tournament. The competition was held in New Caledonia from 27 August to 9 September 2011 with the final played at the Stade Numa-Daly in Nouméa.[1]

Twelve men's teams competed at the Games, with the top five teams advancing to the 2012 Pacific Cup with New Zealand national under-23 football team in February 2012.[2]

The tournament had initially been planned as part of the qualification tournament for the 2012 OFC Nations Cup,[3] and Oceania Football Confederation's (OFC) qualification tournament for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. However, FIFA announced a revised format for both tournaments in June 2011.[4]

Contents

Participants

Format

The 11 teams were drawn or placed into 2 groups. The top 2 teams from the first stage advanced to the semifinal stage. The semifinalists were followed by matches for the Gold Medal (first place) and Bronze Medal (third place).

Squads

Group stage

Group A

Teamv ·  New Caledonia
5 4 0 1 31 2 +29 12
 Solomon Islands 5 4 0 1 19 3 +16 12
 Vanuatu 5 4 0 1 18 7 +11 12
 Tuvalu 5 1 1 3 7 20 −13 4
 Guam 5 1 1 3 4 21 −17 4
 American Samoa 5 0 0 5 0 26 −26 0
27 August 2011
09:00
Tuvalu  4 – 0  American Samoa Stade Rivière Salée, Nouméa
Referee: Averii Jacques (Tahiti)
Petoa Goal 15'90'90+2'
Tiute Goal 30'
Report
27 August 2011
12:00
Solomon Islands  7 – 0  Guam Stade Rivière Salée, Nouméa
Referee: Rakesh Varman (Fiji)
Fa'arodo Goal 11'22'
Totori Goal 24'41' (pen.)89'
Nawo Goal 72'
Paia Goal 86
Report
27 August 2011
15:00
New Caledonia  5 – 0  Vanuatu Stade Rivière Salée, Nouméa
Referee: Andrew Achari (Fiji)
Gope-Fenepej Goal 5'31'63'
Bako Goal 43'
Lolohea Goal 51'
Report

30 August 2011
09:00
Vanuatu  5 – 1  Tuvalu Stade Rivière Salée, Nouméa
Referee: Rakesh Varman (Fiji)
J. Kaltak Goal 8'38'45+1'80'
Yelou Goal 49' (pen.)
Report Ale Goal 90+1'
30 August 2011
12:00
American Samoa  0 – 4  Solomon Islands Stade Rivière Salée, Nouméa
Referee: Averii Jacques (Tahiti)
Report Totori Goal 8'
Bule Goal 14'
Lui Goal 28'34'
30 August 2011
15:00
Guam  0 – 9  New Caledonia Stade Rivière Salée, Nouméa
Referee: Kader Zitouni (Tahiti)
Report Kaï Goal 12'26'40'47'90+1'
Boawé Goal 70'
Kabeu Goal 73'
J. Wakanumune Goal 83'
Hmaé Goal 85'

1 September 2011
09:00
American Samoa  0 – 2  Guam Stade Rivière Salée, Nouméa
Referee: George Bruce (Vanuatu)
Report Naputi Goal 49'
Merfalen Goal 70'
1 September 2011
12:00
Tuvalu  0 – 8  New Caledonia Stade Rivière Salée, Nouméa
Referee: Chris Kerr (New Zealand)
Report Gorendiawé Goal 15'
Kabeu Goal 26'35'
Gope-Fenepej Goal 38'
Haeko Goal 50'
Lolohea Goal 61'
Hmaé Goal 67'85'
1 September 2011
15:00
Vanuatu  1 – 0  Solomon Islands Stade Rivière Salée, Nouméa
Referee: Kader Zitouni (Tahiti)
J. Kaltak Goal 90+2' Report

3 September 2011
09:00
Guam  1 – 4  Vanuatu Stade Rivière Salée, Nouméa
Referee: Chris Kerr (New Zealand)
Cunliffe Goal 14' Report Tangis Goal 50'
Tasso Goal 53'
J. Kaltak Goal 75'
Tari Goal 82'
3 September 2011
12:00
Solomon Islands  6 – 1  Tuvalu Stade Rivière Salée, Nouméa
Referee: Averii Jacques (Tahiti)
Totori Goal 15'41' (pen.)
Lui Goal 23'
Naka Goal 37'46'
Faisi Goal 90+1'
Report Lepaio Goal 78'
3 September 2011
15:00
New Caledonia  8 – 0  American Samoa Stade Rivière Salée, Nouméa
Referee: Rakesh Varman (Fiji)
Kaï Goal 10'38'44'66'
Haeko Goal 50'
Qaézé Goal 55'
Vendegou Goal 72'
Hmaé Goal 89'
Report

5 September 2011
09:00
Guam  1 – 1  Tuvalu Stade Rivière Salée, Nouméa
Referee: Kader Zitouni (Tahiti)
Cunliffe Goal 18' (pen.) Report Stanley Goal 24'
5 September 2011
12:00
American Samoa  0 – 8  Vanuatu Stade Rivière Salée, Nouméa
Referee: Andrew Achari (Fiji)
Report Michel Goal 8'22'
Garae Goal 43'
J. Kaltak Goal 62'70'78'
M. Kaltak Goal 64'
Sese Aala Goal 73'
5 September 2011
15:00
Solomon Islands  2 – 1  New Caledonia Stade Rivière Salée, Nouméa
Referee: Chris Kerr (New Zealand)
Nawo Goal 66'
Naka Goal 79'
Report Kaï Goal 74'

Group B

Teamv ·  Fiji
4 4 0 0 18 1 +17 12
 Tahiti 4 2 1 1 25 5 +20 7
 Papua New Guinea 4 2 1 1 22 4 +18 7
 Cook Islands 4 1 0 3 4 15 −11 3
 Kiribati 4 0 0 4 2 46 −44 0
27 August 2011
10:00
Papua New Guinea  4 – 0  Cook Islands Stade Boewa, Boulari
Referee: Bertrand Billon (New Caledonia)
Hans Goal 18'50'
D. Muta Goal 55'
N. Lepani Goal 85'
Report
27 August 2011
15:00
Fiji  3 – 0  Tahiti Stade Boewa, Boulari
Referee: Chris Kerr (New Zealand)
Waqa Goal 28'
Marmouyet Goal 44' (o.g.)
Rokotakala Goal 86'
Report

30 August 2011
10:00
Fiji  9 – 0  Kiribati Stade Boewa, Boulari
Referee: Isidore Assiene-Ambassa (New Caledonia)
Krishna Goal 17' (pen.)56'86'
Suwamy Goal 47'
Avinesh Goal 52'
Dunadamu Goal 63'72'
Kamta Goal 90+1' (o.g.)
Manuca Goal 90+2'
Report
30 August 2011
15:00
Tahiti  7 – 0  Cook Islands Stade Boewa, Boulari
Referee: Gerald Oiaka (Solomon Islands)
Neuffer Goal 48'
Atani Goal 59'
Funnell Goal 69' (o.g.)
Chong Hue Goal 73'90+1'
Poroiae Goal 82' (pen.)89'
Report

1 September 2011
10:00
Cook Islands  3 – 0  Kiribati Stade Boewa, Boulari
Referee: Bertrand Billon (New Caledonia)
Saghabi Goal 27'89'
Pareanga Goal 90+2'
Report
1 September 2011
15:00
Tahiti  1 – 1  Papua New Guinea Stade Boewa, Boulari
Referee: Andrew Achari (Fiji)
Atani Goal 23' Report C. Muta Goal 15'

3 September 2011
10:00
Kiribati  1 – 17  Papua New Guinea Stade Boewa, Boulari
Referee: Gerald Oiaka (Solomon Islands)
Bakaane Goal 71' Report Kini Goal 13'79'85'
N. Lepani Goal 15'16'54'68'
Foster Goal 16'
Hans Goal 21'45+1' (pen.)
Moka Goal 24'28'41'
Yasasa Goal 73'74'
Bondaluke Goal 76'
Wasi Goal 90+2'
3 September 2011
15:00
Cook Islands  1 – 4  Fiji Stade Boewa, Boulari
Referee: Isidore Assiene-Ambassa (New Caledonia)
Ngauora Goal 41' Report Krishna Goal 24'
Kainihewe Goal 35'
Dunadamu Goal 57' (pen.)
Suwamy Goal 69'

5 September 2011
10:00
Kiribati  1 – 17  Tahiti Stade Boewa, Boulari
Referee: Gerald Oiaka (Solomon Islands)
Bakineti Goal 32' Report Poroiae Goal 16'44' (pen.)
Chong Hue Goal 19'28'33'46'
Arañeda Goal 21'
Mataitai Goal 53'
Ludivion Goal 57'
T. Tehau Goal 73'79'85'88'90'90+1'
Faatiarau Goal 83' (pen.)
Atani Goal 86'
5 September 2011
15:00
Papua New Guinea  0 – 2  Fiji Stade Boewa, Boulari
Referee: Bertrand Billon (New Caledonia)
Report Suwamy Goal 37'
Kainihewe Goal 45+1'

Knockout stage

Bracket

  Semifinals Final
  New Caledonia  3  
  Tahiti  1  
 
      New Caledonia  2
    Solomon Islands  0
Third place
  Fiji  1   Tahiti  2
  Solomon Islands  2     Fiji  1

Semifinals

7 September 2011
15:00
New Caledonia  3 – 1 (a.e.t.)  Tahiti Stade Yoshida, Koné
Referee: Rakesh Varman (Fiji)
Gope-Fenepej Goal 89'108'
Hmaé Goal 115'
Report Poroiae Goal 52'

7 September 2011
15:00
Fiji  1 – 2 (a.e.t.)  Solomon Islands Stade Hnassé, Lifou
Referee: Averii Jacques (Tahiti)
Dunadamu Goal 69' Report Nawo Goal 77'
Fa'arodo Goal 93' (pen.)

Third place game

9 September 2011
15:00
Tahiti  2 – 1  Fiji Stade Boewa, Boulari
Referee: Bertrand Billon (New Caledonia)
Atani Goal 5'
L. Tehau Goal 65'
Report Avinesh Goal 58'

Final

9 September 2011
20:00
New Caledonia  2 – 0  Solomon Islands Stade Numa Daly, Nouméa
Referee: Chris Kerr (New Zealand)
Gope-Fenepej Goal 9'
Bako Goal 11'
Report

Medalists

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's football  New Caledonia  Solomon Islands  Tahiti

Goalscorers

10 goals
  • New Caledonia Bertrand Kaï
9 goals
  • Vanuatu Jean Kaltak
7 goals
  • New Caledonia Georges Gope-Fenepej
6 goals
5 goals
4 goals
  • Papua New Guinea Neil Hans
  • French Polynesia Stanley Atani
3 goals
  • Fiji Avinesh Waran Suwamy
  • New Caledonia Iamel Kabeu
  • Papua New Guinea Samuel Kini
  • Solomon Islands James Naka
  • Solomon Islands Joses Nawo
  • Tuvalu Alopua Petoa
2 goals
  • New Caledonia César Lolohea
  • Papua New Guinea Jeremy Yasasa
  • Vanuatu Daniel Michel
1 goal
  • Cook Islands Joseph Ngauora
  • Cook Islands John Pareanga
  • Fiji Tuimasi Manuca
  • Fiji Seveci Rokotakala
  • Fiji Taniela Waqa
  • Guam Elias Merfalen
  • Guam Dylan Naputi
  • Kiribati Karotu Bakaane
  • Kiribati Erene Bakineti
  • New Caledonia Arsène Boawé
  • New Caledonia Joris Gorendiawé
  • New Caledonia Patrick Qaézé
  • New Caledonia Kenji Vendegou
  • New Caledonia Joël Wakanumune
  • Papua New Guinea Felix Bondaluke
  • Papua New Guinea Michael Foster
  • Papua New Guinea Cyril Muta
  • Papua New Guinea David Muta
  • Papua New Guinea Mauri Wasi
  • Solomon Islands Jeffery Bule
  • Solomon Islands Tome Faisi
  • Solomon Islands Ian Paia
  • French Polynesia Efrain Arañeda
  • French Polynesia Stéphane Faatiarau
  • French Polynesia Teheivarii Ludivion
  • French Polynesia Billy Mataitai
  • French Polynesia Taufa Neuffer
  • French Polynesia Lorenzo Tehau
  • Tuvalu Uota Ale
  • Tuvalu James Lepaio
  • Tuvalu Togavai Stanley
  • Tuvalu Lutelu Tiute
  • Vanuatu Richard Garae
  • Vanuatu Michel Kaltak
  • Vanuatu Selwyn Sese Aala
  • Vanuatu Kensi Tangis
  • Vanuatu Ricky Tari
  • Vanuatu Robert Tasso
  • Vanuatu Jean-Robert Yelou
Own goal
  • Cook Islands Nicholas Funnell (playing against Tahiti)
  • Kiribati Kaake Kamta (playing against Fiji)
  • French Polynesia Tauraa Marmouyet (playing against Fiji)

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