Trusts Stadium in Henderson, New Zealand, Match between reigning champions Waitakere United and Port Vila Sharks. Its Match Day 2 of the 2009 O-League, for the Group A.
Waitakere United coach Chris Milicich has named a strong team despite the absence of talismanic leader Danny Hay. Neil Emblen returns to the starting eleven but the big news is the inclusion of Fiji international striker Roy Krishna. Krishna scored twice in midweek as Fiji recorded an historic 2-0 OFC Nations Cup/2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa victory over Ricki Herbert's All Whites.
Port Vila Sharks will provide a stern test for the two-time O-League champions with Oceania All-Stars midfielder Francois Sakama and Vanuatu international captain Moise Poida joined by young up and comer Michell Kaltak in an exciting line-up geared for attack.
Waitakere United beat Port Vila Sharks by 3-0. A double from Roy Krishna and one from Paul Seaman has the reigning O-League champions headed for an easy three points.
In the second game, Group B, KOLOALE FC (Solomon Islands) beat HEKARI SOUTHS UNITED FC (PNG) 3-1 (half-time : 0 – 1)

The Goals
21'- GOAL! Paul Seaman has scored with an untidy but valuable goal for the champions! Garae flapped at the ball - what a sequence of events!
28'- GOAL! What a strike! Jeff Campbell's cross bends away in the wind but Roy Krishna unleashes a deadly right foot volley to make it 2-0 to Waitakere United!
34'- GOAL! Roy Krishna glances home a Daniel Koprivcic cross - Waitakere United are in easy street right now
WAITAKERE UNITED (3) 3 (Paul SEAMAN 21', Roy KRISHNA 28', 34')
1. Richard GILLESPIE [gk]; 2. Jonathan PERRY; 3. Aaron SCOTT; 4. Tim MYERS; 8. Paul SEAMAN; 12. Roy KRISHNA; 13. Daniel KOPRIVCIC; 14. Jeff CAMPBELL; 15. Christopher BALE; 16. Neil EMBLEN (c), 21. Kayne VINCENT.
Substitutes : 7. Daniel ELLENSOHN; 9. Benjamin TOTORI; 10. Allan PEARCE; 17. Jake BUTLER; 18. Ian HOGG; 22. Daniel ROBINSON [rgk].
Yellow cards: 15. Christopher BALE 28', 12. Roy KRISHNA 42'.
Coach: Chris MILICICH (NZL)
POR: 2. Samson OBED; 4. Ken MASAUVAKALO; 7. Moise POIDA; 8. Pita David MAKI; 12. Hubert NAKE; 13. Francois SAKAMA; 17. Geoffrey Lego GETE; 20. John GARE [gk]; 21. Michell KALTAK; 23. Fenedy MASAUVAKALO; 24. Andrew CHICHIRUA.
Substitutes : 9. Jean Nako NAPRAPOL; 10.
Richard IWAI; 11. Etienne MERMER; 14. Silas NAMATAK; 16. Alphonse QORIG; 22. Alfred MALAS [rgk]; 28. Rexly TARIVUTI.
Yellow cards: 21. Michell KALTAK 4', 2. Samson OBED 42'.
Coach: Philemon JOHN (VAN)

Referee: Norbert HAUATA (TAH)
Assistant Referee 1: Phillipe REVEL (TAH)
Assistant Referee 2: Teariki GOODWIN (COK)
4th Official: Michael HESTER (NZL)