PNG cruised to a 3-0 win over Samoa ©Kirk Corrie/OFC

Papua New Guinea and Fiji qualified for the OFC Women's Nations Cup final after beating Samoa and Solomon Islands respectively.

Papua New Guinea cruised to a 3-0 win over Samoa at the ANZ Stadium in Suva before hosts Fiji secured a 3-1 victory against Solomon Islands.

Charlie Yanding scored the opener for Papua New Guinea in the 44th minute of the first semi-final before a second half brace from Meagen Gunemba sealed the victory.

In the second semi-final, the hosts did not have the best of starts with Ileen Pegi breaking the deadlock from a penalty for Solomon Islands in the 11th minute.

However, the joy was short-lived as Cema Nasau starred for Fiji with a double.

Her first goal came in the 14th minute before adding another one 14 minutes later.

Luisa Tamanitoakula then put the result beyond doubt with an 83rdminute strike.

Jayda Stewart of Samoa is currently leading the race for the golden boot on five goals.

However, Meagen Gunemba and Ramona Padio of Papua New Guinea on four goals each have one more chance to better their tally.

The winner of the final will qualify for the inter-confederation play-offs of the 2023 Women’s FIFA World Cup in Australia and new Zealand.