The Rising star, who is based in Lae, has been performing very well with the highest number of goals scored in every game.The Morobean has scored a total of eight goals so far in the tournament, four goals against Vanuatu, two against Cook Islands and another two against Fiji today.Giada has represented PNG in a number of tournaments including the 2015 Pacific Games and 2014 Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China.She has lived up to expectations with her attacking ability and is a strong contender for the Golden Boot Award.Her two goals today have secured a semi-final spot in the tournament together with Fiji, New Zealand and New Caledonia.
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