- Australia have taken a giant step towards qualification for the 2004 FIFA Futsal World Championship with a hard-fought 4-0 win over New Zealand at the AIS Arena in Canberra. The match was a typically physical and combative trans-Tasman contest with the Aussies looking like they would be kept scoreless in the first half until Damian Pilat converted
- Names like Martin Calvert, Simon Keith and Brett Hewit may not draw as much attention as Harry Kewell, Mark Viduka and Craig Moore amongst Australia’s sports soaked public, but for the time being at least, Australia’s soccer community will turn to the nations capital to allow Futsal its time in the sun.
- Australia will be attempting to qualify for it's fifth consecutive FIFA Futsal World Championship when the Oceania qualifying tournament commences this Sunday in Canberra. Australia will be joined by trans-Tasman rival New Zealand and island nations Fiji, Samoa, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu at the qualifying tournament with the winner granted autom
- South Australia and Queensland have claimed the honours on the final day of competition at the 2004 Qantas National Talent Identification Championships for women. The South Australians winning the Under 17s national title with the Queenslanders claiming top spot in the Under 15s age group.
- Favourites NSW Metro and Queensland have qualified in the top positions of their respective groups in the Under 15’s after the final day of games at the Qantas National Talent Identification Championships at Valentine Park in Sydney, while in the Under 17’s Victoria and South Australia came out as group winners.