The Football Ferns captain Abby Erceg has recorded an historic first for New Zealand Football by becoming the first ever player to reach 100 senior international caps.
Featuring in the Football Ferns' record 16-0 win over Tonga in their first match at the Oceania Nations Cup tournament, Erceg became the first Kiwi - male or female - to bring up a century of 'A' international appearances.
The 24 year old has reached the milestone after making her international debut as a 16-year-old against China in 2006 and says her personal success has been the result of a collective effort.
"Obviously this is a big achievement, not only for me, but also for New Zealand Football," Erceg said.
"It's a special milestone in my career, especially at my age, but it's not an individual effort. It's a representation of the efforts of the support network around me."