The New Zealand Football Ferns have again proven they are the "Queens of Oceania" Football after taking out the OFC Nations Cup and booking a place in next years World Cup in Canada.
New Zealand confirmed their place with an 11-nil thrashing of the Cook Islands in Kokopo.
The Football Ferns finished the four-team tournament with 29 goals and didn't concede once to book their spot in Canada next year.
The OFC Head of Competitions Michael Song was not surprised by the week's efforts.
Song says the Football Ferns are on another level in the region.
"New Zealand is now ranked number 19 in the world. Other teams, there is obviously a gap between New Zealand and the rest. To their credit they work really hard in their own country, they keep track of their overseas players and they are working hard to develop
Song says there are signs the gap will close soon and gives the examples of Tonga and PNG's performances at the recent U20 tournament in New Zealand as the reason why.