THE Fiji Football Association is hopeful to produce a winning combination for the Oceania Football Confederation women's Under-17 Championship in 2014.
The Fiji women's U17 team participated in the 2012 Ultimate Cup which ended in Lautoka yesterday.
Both the Fiji A and Fiji B teams were relegated to the playoffs after losing to their Australian and New Zealand counter parts. In the playoffs, Fiji A defeated Fiji B 3-1.
Lautoka's Reene Biautubu scored two goals for Fiji A while Suva's Stella Naivalurua scored the other.
Joyce Naceva of Nadroga scored for Fiji B.
Fiji FA women's development officer Charlene Lockington said the U17 and U20 players were in camp in Ba for two weeks.
She said the Ultimate Cup tournament proved to be a timely exposure for the U17 squad members.
Lockington said Fiji would field a strong team in the 2014 OFC U17 Championship.
"It has been a great two week camp for both the U17 and U20 squads," Lockington said.
"Playing in the Ultimate Cup was a good exposure for the players. For the U17 players this was their first camp.
"I take my hat off for the players. They were only a week in camp and then came to play against strong teams from Australia and New Zealand.
In the Ultimate Cup women's final New Zealand Secondary School defeated IFG Australia 3-1.