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Volume 12,
number 5,
3rd May,
2014
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Football South Premiership, 2.45 pm
University v Dunedin Technical, Caledonian
Caversham v Mosgiel, Tonga park
Queenstown v Green Island, Events Centre
Northern v Roslyn Wakari, Tahuna Park
Hat-Trick Hero,
Lewis Jackson
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PO Box 969, Dunedin 9054
Sargood Sports House, 40 Logan Park Drive,
Dunedin, 9016, Fax 03-4746415
Patron : Blair Davidson, President : Jeff Walker, Chairman : Matthew Holdridge,
Board Members :
Dougal McGowan, David Thomson, Gordon Crombie, Jarod Chisholm,
Tania Cassidy, Richard Smith, and Neil Mackenzie
General Manager : Bill Chisholm
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Games Development & Operations Manager, Tracy Fleet,
ph. 474 6423, [email protected] 021 595 414
Futsal Dev. Manager, Mike Clark Ph 474 6424 or 02 740 3563, [email protected]
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Football Dev.Officer, Shane Carvell, 021 416 851, [email protected]
Referee Development Officer, Wilson James, [email protected], 0272097228
Womens Football Dev. Officer, Hayley Stirling
Admin Manager: Susan Kornyei, 4748440, or 029 2658721, [email protected]
Editor : Rab Smith, [email protected], 022 4738098
ODT Fsouth Premier Lg.
FPL Round 5
Dunedin Technical 1 - 5 Caversham, Caledonian
Roslyn Wakari 3 - 2 Queenstown, Ellis Park
Mosgiel 4 - 2 Northern, Memorial
Green Island 1 - 2 University, Sunnyvale
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BD Challenge Shield
Another great weekend, with semi-upsets taking
place all over - and in the most positive way. Its
what makes Football such a great game Rab
winning is easy to live with, but a heavy defeat
can test temperaments - not always with the best results.
So Mosgiel makes history with a two week tenure of the BD Challenge
Trophy, grabs three points, overtakes Tech on the table, scores four goals, and
etches a smile on the face of Andrew Brook - why not ?
Roslyn’s win over Queenstown produced three goals, and two from the
unlikely boot of youngster Ben O’Farrell, who I last saw at the NTC in Oamaru
along with a swag of other talented kids. Well done, Ben, keep them goals coming.
At the NTC, I met the NZF Young Football Ferns coach, Jitka Klimkova.
She looks like she knows what she’s doing, and knew some of the Otago girls,
most notably Hanna English. Good to meet up with Mike Debono again too, as he
supervised the many sessions, along with Shane Carvell, who helped to organise
my visit. Who else ? Well Mike McGarry was there with Central’s
Jamie Whitmarsh, Koresh Monsef etc, etc, Very interesting,
Rab.
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Saturday's round up... a good day for the Club,
well done lads!
The Prems came up against a plucky
Queenstown side at the Palace on Ellis. A strong
first half performance from the side wasn't quite
backed up in the second, and things got a bit
nervy late in the game, but it was a gutsy effort
Chaz
to go home with the biscuits 3-2. Tommy worked
Who ?
hard up front, Aajay slotted a PK and Young
Ben had a senior debut to tell all his classmates
about on Monday with two goals. Special
mention to TVG for trotting down the sideline
majestically like Chaz Bro in his prime.
In Fletcher Cup the Seconds were all
over Braes and could have bagged a lot more than four. Two goals to John, one
for Marty and a penalty converted by Tom. Player of the day was the irrepressible
Fletty with his form off the pitch just as good as that on it.
The 3rds had a big road trip to Mosgiel
and had Matt Hunter to thank for a hat trick in
their 3-1 win on a heavy 10.
A good week in 4th grade - the Whites
blitzed Cavvy 4-0, dominating possession and
allowing Foxy the chance to have a snooze in
goals. The Blacks put on a show with 5
unanswered goals to smash Northern. Inspired
by a brilliant Pete penalty save, two goals to the
virtuoso striker Browny, and a fine goal to
Hayden, the Blacks then proceeded to take the
piss like only they can, with makeshift left back
Andy Lyndom showing Roberto Carlos how to do
it, banging one in from 120 metres out. Is there
a better team to watch than these lads?
Two
Earlier on, some spectators thought they
Goal
were watching Barcelona on Ellis #2, but it was
Ben... in fact the Chargers putting on a footballing
clinic with an 8-1 win over the lads from
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Balclutha. Ben Connor went
Super Saiyan with four goals
and Luiz got three to ensure the
first back-to-back victories in
living memory for the Chargers.
The Originals were so
confident of victory against
Mosgiel that they let the
Plainsmen have two of their star
players. Lots of chances went
to waste but one goal was
enough, and Blackie was a rock
at the back and picked up MoM.
The Stallions had Jason and
Zippy net braces again in a
good 4-1 win over Tech.
The Colts continued the day's
trend of goals galore, two goals
to Gribbs helping them to a 4-1
victory against Mosgiel. It was
only the Moas who didn't get up,
much to El Presidente Gaz's
relief, going down by a couple
Captain Aajay
to Tech.
All the Sunday highlights at Ellis park were on the number 2 pitch as the
reserves played the blacks. The blacks struck first with a two yard shinner
which served as a wake
up call for the reserves who went on to dominate and
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The Prem women were held to a 2-2 scoreline by the Tech diamonds.
Annie and Sahara on the scoreboard from two corners.
Knockout cup football next week against Southend of Invercargill
should have the team back in top gear.
Una
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President,
Henry
Flood WOW !
Milk Cup Lads play Bolton Wanderers on 21July,
Spurs on
24 July....
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University
Head Coach, Luiz Uehara
The Mens premier played away to GI at
Sunnyvale. GI were coming off of strong
results and we knew we couldn’t take
them lightly. Our issues were
compounded by an inability to switch the
play effectively, often getting bogged
down in small areas of the pitch. We
were given an old fashioned kicking at the
half time chat and looked to set the tone
early in the 2nd half. We started playing
much better football despite conceding a
penalty early on. Not to panic, a great ball
from Logan Wrightwebb and beautiful
header from Peter Rae saw us pull back
the score. Sustained pressure meant the
winning goal was always going to come,
and it was scored by Rupert. Joe Clark
looked great on debut, but man of the
match went to Jeremy Fong, for some
undeniable class on the wing. 2-1 win to Varsity.
Seconds: Good conditions at Sunnyvale park on Saturday had the boys excited to
play some tasty footy. The first half was dominated by varsity
with all the possession and scoring chances going the way of
GK. Jeferson Potrich
the boys in the baby blue and gold. Nil all at half left both sides
2: Tom Morley
scratching their heads on how to shake things up and get a
3: Bryn H. Rowden
goal. Following some hard work and patience from the midfield
4: Peter Overmire
and wide players, Varsity came through and scored thanks to
5: Logan Wrightwebb freshman Raymond Hove, followed by a second goal from Seb
Brown. Max Gunn finished the scoring and at the same time
6: Max Gunn
secured the man of the match award. Shout out to the back four
7: Henry Flood
and Liam for a tidy performance and keeping a clean sheet.
8: Mike Nelson
Final score 3-0 Varsity.
9: Rupert Mark
Thirds: Thirds men played a valiant game against
10: Noah G-Woliner
Grants Braes; especially when taking into account many of the
11: Sam Winward
lads had already played for 4ths that morning. It was a
12: Josh Jones
frustrating match, but great effort from the lads to battle it out to
13: Jeremy Fong
the end. Final score 1-2 to Grants Braes
14: Sam Brailsford
Premier women: Playing defending champions
Dunedin Technical at home was always going to be tough, but
16: Peter Rae
Coach Luiz Uehara, the girls played with intensity and enthusiasm down at Logan
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Park today. A brilliant goal from Maryann (assisted by
Anna) meant that Varsity was leading 1-0 early on.
By half-time they had got another one back,
but we were still confident in our play, and stoked to
have rattled them up. We went back on, adamant
that we would do what we could to hold onto this
level of intensity. Unfortunately we did tire, and they
did pass the ball very well, however the girls held off
and never gave them a clear chance.
Unfortunately a free kick was given away
about halfway through the second half which Tech
managed to capitalise on well, followed shortly after
by another, in nearly the exact same place. Happy
with our efforts but knowing we need to ‘up the
tempo’ when we get to play D. Tech again in a few
weeks time.
MOM was Erica Skinner for excellent work in the
centre of the pitch
Final score 3-1 to D. Tech
Womens Seconds: The women’s seconds
played Caversham on a very leafy and gale ridden
Logan park. This meant a lot of game play down the
right side of the pitch. Lots good runs and crosses
from Lizzie Kelso combined with some great work by
a level headed midfield meant lots of early
opportunities.
About midway through the first half a ball
from Jo Taylor became our first goal off the elegant
boot of Sarah Clarke. With play mainly concentrated in
Cavy’s half it was only a matter
of time before we
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This time through the boot of impact player
Sophie Ironside. Following a rousing speech from the
dedicated coaching staff and a few rehydrating orange
segments it was back onto the field. A valiant second
half effort into 100 knot head wins didn’t see any
further scoring at either end. Varsity left with a 2-0 win
under our belt. Man of the Match went Mel McKenzie
for a phenomenal hard fought effort at left back.
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Tessa Nicol
Grace Boston
Robyn Warburton
Malia Begley
Jenna Reddy
Anna Hinton
MaryAnn Cant
Erica Skinner
Franzi Falbesener
Sarah Vanier
Charlotte Palmer
Megan O’Malley
Rachel Christie
Coach, D Moyes.
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Tech’s Chelsea’s Away to Illinois, USA
A whole new scene is unfolding
for Dn Technical’s most potent
player, Chelsea Whittaker.
Following in the footsteps of many
other talented youngsters she has
gained a scholarship to the US.
Coincidentally, Steve Brook
is just taking off to see his
daughter, goalkeeper Becky
graduate, and is now considering a
Doctorate - she wasn’t a bad goalie
either ...
Anyway, Chelsea is
heading for McKendree University,
Lebanon Illinois, USA, on a Football
Scholarship which covers, Tuition
fees, room and board, on field
insurance and Football related
expenses. She has to be there in
the fall which is around August
10th.
The Conference she will be
playing in is called Great Lakes
Valley Conference. Which includes
Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri and
Wisconsin.
She is playing in the NCAA Div two league.
Chelsea’s Mum Debbie said,’ She will be study Psychology with a couple
of possible majors but that decision doesn’t need to be made yet.
‘We have discovered that Education comes first and while chatting to
various universities they all stated the same thing “education comes first” and
football a very close 2nd. So having really good NZQA results is very important.
‘ Chelsea had 6 offers on the table over a period of 3 months and after
conference calls and skyping coaches decided on McKendree College.
‘ The whole procedure really takes time and patience and having
professional assistance really helped as there is so much red tap and so many
things that need to be covered.
‘She is really excited at getting this opportunity to study and get a degree
while doing something she really loves - football.’ Debbie said.
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Green Island Junior F.C. - Seven a Side Tourney
West Brom Wages...
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Otago Polytechnic ‘7’ A Side - 2014,
Sunday 18th May
(5 A-Side Grades 6, 7 and 8) - Registrations are now open
Grades 6 to 13 ONLY Sunday 18 May, Limited spaces for all grades
Minimum of 3 Games, Medal for each member of winning team
Only $25.00 per team for Grades 6-8, $30.00 per team for Grades 9-13
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Green
Island
The Green Island Premier Team
played Varsity with both teams
looking to move up the ladder. It
was a hard fought game which
was played as football should
be played.
A few yellow cards but
not a real bad tackle amongst it.
Nil all at half time and with both
teams pushing found a penalty
to Ben Kiore and we were 1 up
looking to make it two.
A great goal by Varsity
took the stuffing out of us then
a mistake makes it 1-12 down.
MOM Matt Mitchell Next week
Queenstown. Flem.
The Division One team
(Fletcher Cup) First time
watching the young side we
have. Very excited about how
the club and team look. Played
very well and probably should have got something out of it. Lost 0 – 3. I know we
will improve. Looking forward to see how they grow. MOM was young Todd Wilson
but plenty of great performances. Rodney Fleming
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The Division Two team faced a tough
and experienced Melchester with an early
counter to break the deadlock. We scored
from a brilliant cross to Jake to volley it home.
Melchester started to push and were strong on
the attack Outstanding performances from
Sam Dore, Mitchell Hurring and James
Whelan. Our best player was the up and
comer Logan Moffit and with him out this
team would struggle. Final Score 1-2 down
MOM Mitchell Hurring. Moff
The Division Three Team versus
Varsity. Today the youngest in the club and
probably some of the oldest merged together
and took on the Uni boys at Logan Park.
Fadge guided a free kick into the
corner of the net to lock up the scores at 1-1
but unfortunately we couldn’t hold them out
despite having some really good chances to
make the score more interesting.
The young talent we have in this club is great to see and things will only
get better as the season progresses. Players to mention were Tony Cardno, who
never stops running and caused havoc in the Uni defense and a real solid
performance from MOM Connor Wyllie at right back. Final result 1-3. Gee Dee
Over 35’s Too good for most of the game and with that we got the right
result. Lance Woods scored four great goals. Back four and loan keeper were
good all day but MOM was
Lance . Well done. Rodney Fleming
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lot to say this week as we came up against Melchester
who had only eight players. Kicked it around. A few boys scored and got off their
24 packs including Stuuty in goal – great penalty. POD Reg who covered a lot of
ground. Look forward to playing eleven from Melchester
next round. Graeme Wyllie
Averly
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University v Dn Technical
GK. Jeferson Potrich
2: Tom Morley
3: Bryn H. Rowden
4: Peter Overmire
5: Logan Wrightwebb
6: Max Gunn
7: Henry Flood
8: Mike Nelson
9: Rupert Mark
10: Noah G-Woliner
11: Sam Winward
12: Josh Jones
13: Jeremy Fong
14: Sam Brailsford
16: Peter Rae
17: Ifeanyi Unamadu
Coach Luiz Uehara,
Assist. Fred Bloggs
1 - Tom Batty
2 - David Hayman
3 - Ross Howard
4 - Andrew Douglas
5 - Matt Joy
6 - Michael Naeverson
7 - Justin Flaws
8 - Tim McClennan
9 - Richard Smith
10 - Taylor McCormack
11 - Alistair Rickerby
12 - Aaron Burgess
13 - Ewan Bakker
14 - Tom McBride
15 - Tom Houghton
16 - Sam Enright
17 - Josh Stewart
18 - John Curwen
19 - Liam Lockhart
20 – Matt McKay
Coach - Aaron Burgess
Ass.Coach - Nick Cooper
Manager - Gavlar Wheeler
GK Coach - Tony Boomer
Physio - C-Wi Cheang
Match Officials, Richard Roberts, Jack Cowie, Mark Currie
Rnd. 6, Sat. 3rd May, 2.45 pm
University v Dunedin Technical, Caledonian
Queenstown v Green Island, Events Centre
Northern v Roslyn Wakari, Tahuna Park
Caversham v Mosgiel, Tonga park
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Northern v Ros-Wakari
1. Blair Brown
2. Darren Hart
3. Kris Sweetapple
4. Cam Higgins
5. Paolo Timajo
6. Craig Wilkinson
7. Emmet MacLaurin
8. Cam Kerr
9. Seamus Gray
10. Taylor Quirk
11. Bob Cox
12. Dorje Passang
13. Mike Scott
14. Jason Anson
15. Aaron Wilkinson
16. Zin Khant Aung
17. Truth Toheriri
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19. Adam Harris
20. Seb Dhers (GK)
Coach Murray Devereux
Assistant Coach Jeff
Satterthwaite
Manager Tony Galloway
1 Mike Rae
2 Fionn Cahil-Fleury
3 John Rolison
4 James Watson
5 Tyrrell Barringer-Tairi
6 Damo Foster
7 Mike Sannum
8 Aajay Cunningham
9 Jacob Schneider
10 Cam Attwood
11 Fraser Cameron
12 Sam Mepham
13 Isaac Nicholson
14 Rory MacLeod
15 Tom Connor
16 Ben O’Farrell
17 Geordi Mansford
18 Curtis Day
19 Dan Ramsay
20 Paul Monteith
Coach Colin Thom,
Mngr T Van Gorp
Match Officials, Jeff Clamp, Chris Boyd , Anton Whelan
Rnd. 7, Sat. 10th May, 2.45 pm
Dunedin Technical v Green Island, Caledonian
Roslyn Wakari v Caversham, Ellis Park
Mosgiel v University, Memorial
Queenstown v Northern, Events Centre
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Caversham v Mosgiel
1. Liam Little GK
2. Craig Ferguson
3. Simon Ward
4. Mike Smith
5. Abel Banda
6. Mitchell Carter
7. Andrew Ridden
8. Seamus Ryder ©
9. Thomas Jackson
10. Sam Collier
11. Michael Hogan
12. Lewis Jackson
13. Zayn Officer RGK
14. Brett Clifford
15. Jarod Grove
16. Callum Flaws
17. Rhys Henderson
18. Tore Waechey
Head Coach: Tim Horner
Assistant: Richard Murray
Technical Advisor:
Stephen Fleming
Manager/s:
Neil Birch, Bruce Hicks
1. Tom Stevens
2. Jesse Wright
3. Steven Cromb
4. Matt Kelly
5. Tom Bekkers
6. Michael Abbot
7. Aaron Corkill
8. Tim Dunn
9. Rahan Ali
10. Morgan Day
11. Cody Brook
12. Daniel Grupalaar
13.Tom Kindley
14. James McGarry
15. Riley Anderton
16 .Ryan McGarry
17. Hamish Cotter
18. Sam McCauley
Coach Andrew Brooks,
assistant Pat Howell.
Match Officials, Allan Martin, Edward Cook , Alistair Neilson
Rnd. 6, Sat. 3rd May, 2.45 pm
University v Dunedin Technical, Caledonian
Queenstown v Green Island, Events Centre
Northern v Roslyn Wakari, Tahuna Park
Caversham v Mosgiel, Tonga park
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Queenstown v Green Island
1: Daniel Bocatios
2. Luke Baldock,
3. Jayden Fisher
4. Robbie Leahy
5. Nick Parke
6. Max Drews
7. Tom Cairns
8. Ollie James
9. Olly Ceci
10. Ramzi Toumi
11. Carlos Herman
12. Louis Day
13. Daniel De Souza
14. Keagan Iraia
15. Steve Speight
16. Sam Speight
17. Pedro Neto
18. Vico Savi.
13: Steve Henderson
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1. Josh Dykstra.
2. Nick Grant
3. Liam Dungy
4. Cam McPhail
5. Jesse Smith
6. Nathan Gunn
7. Cody Robinson
8. Sean McIntee
10. Jake Johnson
11. Tennessee Kinghorn
12. Nick Meglinski
13. Matt Mitchell
14. Gabrial Schwarz
15. Mark Burnett
16. Reid Hulleman
17. Todd Wilson
18. Ben Koire
19. Nathan McDonell
Coach Malc Fleming
Coach, Jamie
Whitmarsh
Match Officials, T B A , T B A , Mike Patton
Rnd. 7, Sat. 10th May, 2.45 pm
Dunedin Technical v Green Island, Caledonian
Roslyn Wakari v Caversham, Ellis Park
Mosgiel v University, Memorial
Queenstown v Northern, Events Centre
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Mosgiel Retains BD Challenge Shield
On a fine but windy day out at Mosgiel , Northern were
always going to be a tricky opponent.
We started well and after 4 minutes Jesse Wright
swung in a cross to the far post, where Tim Dunn
timed his run perfectly to head in at the far
Post.Minutes later Cody Brook cut in and set up Rahan
Ali who crashed one of the post with the keeper
nowhere.
With all their dominace again Mosgiel
struggled to find the back of the net. 2 minutes from
half time again Tim Dunn timed his run to perfection to
head Mosgiel into a 2 nill lead. Northern dirrect from
the kickoff put together a slick passing move and
within 30 seconds had the score back to 2-1.
The second half saw Northern grow into the
Andy
game and for 10 minutes had Mosgiel under pressure
forcing a number of corners. Mosgiel did not stop
playing though and through a smart interchange with James McGarry and Matt Kelly , Kell
got in behind the defence and raced away to finish calmly to make the score 3 -1.
Continung to press James again got in behind and fired in a pinpoint cross which
was meet by Jesse Wright who volleyed home for A 4-1 score line.
Northern continued to battle and with 4 minutes to go pulled another one back
Final score 4-2 . Happy with the points but far from our most polished preformance
Thanks Andy.
Nev’s version - Prems entertained northern defending Blairs trophy and a good
crowd enjoyed the game. We struck early with Tim Dunn getting a header however after
that the game meandered along until Matt Kelly - playing up front again, scored late in the
first half . Brookys always told the lads defending a 2-0 lead is dangerous and Northern
swooped right on half time to give his oranges and chat a bit of an edge, but 2 goals in a 10
minute spell made the game save again another header from Dunny and Jesse Wright
popping up in the Wright place at the wright time ( groan ) .
Northern pulled it back to 4-2 but we held onto take all the points . AJ Grant 2nds
also beat Northern. Running out 6-1 winners .
Shaes thirds couldn’t finish their chances and ended up losing 3-1 to Roslyn - and
all the oldies came up short ; on the scoreboard and playing numbers. Tims Gerries had
10 playing Hobbits and lost 4-0.
Originals sticking with 10went down 1-0 to Roslyn originals in a tight one and the
Old Boys had 9 before rustling up a couple o strays and went down 4-1 to colts . Stevie day
getting a cracker and BT scoring the goal of the game only to have it sportingly a chalked off
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Statistics ?
Some people just don’t care...
But for the inbred Statos,
here you go...
Read ‘em and Weep,
and if they are out of date, blame ...
Div 1. AJ Grant Playgear
Caversham 2nds 4 4 0 0
Dunedin Tech.
4 3 0 1
Ros- Wakari
4 3 0 1
University 2nds
3 2 0 1
Mosgiel 2nds
4 2 0 2
Northern 2nds
4 0 1 3
Green Island AFC 4 0 1 3
Grants Braes
3 0 0 3
Div. 2 ABL
Green Island AFC
Balclutha
Northern 3rd A
Melchester Rovers
Roslyn Wakari AFC
Dunedin Tech 3rds
Mornington Vespa
Mosgiel 3rds
University 3rds
Grants Braes Eagles
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
17
19
13
8
12
6
6
2
3
8
5
5
13
13
14
22
0
1
1
0
0
0
2
1
1
0
4
8
5
5
3
5
5
5
3
3
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
1
2
14
11
8
3
-1
-7
-8
-20
2
6
3
2
3
8
5
6
4
7
12
9
9
6
6
1
1
0
2
2
2
3
0
-3
0
-1
-1
-4
6
4
4
3
3
3
2
1
1
0
How many kids have we got now,
Doris ?
Kingsgate Womens Premier
Dn Technical Premier
2 1 1
Ros-Wakari AFC Prem 2 1 1
University Prem
2 1 0
DnTechnical Diamonds 2 0 0
0
0
1
2
9
6
5
2
4
4
4
10
5
2
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Tech v Uni at Logan on Sunday
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Technical
Top of the table clash against
‘Victor,’ mon ami...
Caversham was not the tight affair
that was expected, with Caversham
putting Tech to the sword 5-1. Tech
were not in the first half and coach
Burgess was hoping the team would
find their spark come the second
half, but alas they failed to play to
the level required to test a very
sharp Caversham outfit.
Pretty hard to find a Player
of the Day but Justin Flaws stood
out and was rewarded for his hard
Rosco clears
work in multiple positions. Gl to
Alastair Rickerby.
The Fletcher Cup faced Caversham 2nds and were disappointing,
losing 5 nil to a good Caversham team. Player of the Day JT.
The 3rds travelled down to the farming community of Balclutha, with
coach and rural livestock consultant Moose mentoring the young side to a 2-2
draw with goals to George McCall and Elliott Gibson. Should be an educating bus
trip back for the young fellas, with only Moose and manager Jimmi of an age to
partake in the
obligatory
sarsaparillas. The
stories will be
outlandish.
The 4ths
continued their good
form and finally got a
result, a 2 all draw
against Melchester.
The team is starting to
see their training field
dedication paying off,
they are certainly
making up ground on
their opposition and
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results, I am sure, will
continue to be
achieved. Good work
Stu.Goals to Will
Bourne and Nick Askin,
Player of the Day Jared
Dickson.
The Colts
played the Roslyn
Stallions on Culling
Number 2 and fought
valiantly but went down
4-1. Goal scored by
Bradden Gray. Goal
keeper Pete McCall was PushnShove at
Player of the Day for
Logan on Sunday.
his fearless goal mouth
acrobatics. The Colts
had decided to try a Beep Test early in the week as that’s what good teams
do…..unfortunately no one completed a length. Hopefully the distance was
incorrectly measured or the wrong track was played….yeah that’s what we will go
with, aye lads.
The Frotters ended a fairly average day for Dunedin Tech by taking all 3
points in their clash with the Roslyn
Moas. The Frotters were struggling for
M35+ AJ Grants Clothesline Lg.
numbers and the Colts responded to a
Highgate Hobbits
2 2 0 0 23 0 23 6
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with Guy
Ros-Wakari Stallions 2 2 0 0 8 2 6 6
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Goals to Matt Caversham AFC
2 2 0 0 8 2 6 6
Blakely and Craig “the good Helmie”
Ros-Wakari Originals 2 1 0 1 3 3 0 3
Helm. Player of the Day to the Artful
Dn Tech Colts
2 1 0 1 5 6 -1 3
Dodger. Toots Jr recommended Roger Gr. Is Green-Masters 2 1 0 1 7 13 -6 3
Grants Braes O35
2 1 0 1 3 15 -12 3
for “Frotter” of the Day showing a
Mosgiel
Gerries
2 0 0 2 3 7 -4 0
remarkable insight for one so young.
The Culling Lounger
Northern Relics
Mosgiel United
2 0 0 2 3
2 0 0 2 2
9
8
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being run. If you know of anyone who would like to become a
referee or needs a Refresher Course, please contact
Wilson, 0272097228
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5-1 win ...
Good day out for the club with a couple
of really impressive wins over our major
rivals Dunedin Technical.
We were very happy to be
playing on a good patch of grass and felt
the game was controlled well by the
officials. Given the blustery conditions we
went out with the plan to keep the pill on
the ground and let out movement break
the opposition down.
With the wind first up we had
plenty of possession but little in the way
of good opportunities. Thankfully we
made good and broke through twice prior
to the break giving ourselves something
to look after.
As expected Tech came out firing
in the 2nd half and applied long periods
of pressure, however it was Caversham who managed the first breakthrough of the
half with a 3rd, effectively finishing this tie as a contest.
Tech did hit back
through a well taken goal by the
human torso and had the nerves
tingling, however with Lewis
Jackson completing his hattrick
Caversham rounded out a
convincing 5 - 1 victory.
The 2nds also found
themselves on the right side of a
convincing score line when they
defeated Tech 4 nil in the early
game at the Caledonian.
The boy's enjoyed an
opportunity to play on the Cale
and were 1 nil up after 30
minutes with Charles Owen
slotting home after good work on
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Ooops !
the right by Elliot Martin.
Turning around at the break the boys had the wind at their back but were
determined not to be wasteful with balls over the top that predictably beat most to
the by-line. As expected Tech threw everything at us early in the 2nd period
however having withstood the worst of it we managed to hit back through a penalty.
From this point the boy's were able to take control of the tie adding a
further 2 to make it 4 goals to nil.
Cavy Smeg are finding it tough in early season as they were beaten by
Roslyn White 4 nil. After a tough fight the Over 35's narrowly lost 3 - 4 to Green
Island.
Tim Horner
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repeat after me ...’
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Cam Howieson - All White
Nothing better than seeing a young
Otago lad progress to the
professional ranks in Britain.
Doesn’t seem that long ago
that Cam was a skinny wee thing
getting driven around Saturday
morning matches by his dad Drew who btw was a nephew of the
unforgetable Ben Paterson of
Roslyn-Wakari.
Ben was one of the best ball
players ever to come to Otago - ask
anyone over 50 and they’ll know
who you are asking about .. So the
genes were always there...
A sometime striker Cam has
had a good year with Burnley, when
here he played for Mosgiel in the
FPL and moving slightly upwards,
played for the All Whites last month in their international against Japan.
But back at his English professional club, Burnley, Howieson has
made a couple of big moves in his career.
Firstly, the 19-year-old, who has been at Burnley for more than two
years, the last year as a professional, was offered a new one-year contract
by the club last week.
Then, recently Burnley won promotion to the Premier League, with a
2-0 victory at home over Wigan, that assures promotion back into Premier
League. Well done Cam - and good luck from all your old mates.
Milk Cup Gym Sessions
For all Dn based players, Morning sessions at KVC
Dusty
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Gymnasium on the following Dates from 7:15am to 8:30am.
Showers available
1. Monday 7 May Core Strength Circuit 1 Advisable
2. Wednesday 9 May Speed Agility Compulsory
3. Friday 11 May Core Strength Circuit 2 Advisable
4. Monday 14 May Core Strength Circuit 1 Advisable
5. Wednesday 16 May Speed Agility Compulsory
6. Friday 18 May NO TRAINING EASTER Friday
Monday Wednesday and Friday Training for Dunedin
based players will resume on Monday May 12.
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Milk Cup Selection.
Congratulations to those who have been selected for the 2014 Milk Cup Tour.
At this point we have named 16 players with 2 players to be added one of whom
will be a Reserve Goalkeeper.
Please note there is a Player Conduct Contract that needs to be signed by both
parent/caregiver and player and returned. This must be returned to the management team
as it is a condition of being included in the training programme and the tour party.
In the near future, we will have a meeting of Parents/Caregivers to discuss
Funding/Sponsorship options so there will be an email going out to this effect very soon.
It is our intention to hold a training camp from Monday 21 April until
Thursday 24 April. You must let me know of your availability forthwith. This is an important
camp that lays the foundation for a team structure on tour. We will be hopefully playing a
competitive match as part of this camp.
The squad at this point is:
Josh Dijkstra
Kings High School & Green Island
Daniel Gruppelaar
John McGlashen College & Mosgiel
Ben Heinemann
Cashmere High & Cashmere Tech Christchurch
Brennan Carne
Bayfield High School
Riley Anderton
Taieri College & Mosgiel
Peter Coates
Taieri College & Mosgiel
Hamish Cotter
John McGlashen College & Mosgiel
Fraser Howie
Otago Boys' High & Dunedin Tech
Heta Scarf-Matthews
Otago Boys' High & Dunedin Tech
Blake Porteous
Kaikorai Valley College & Green Island
Nathan MacDonell
Kings High School 7& Green Island
Callum Smith
James Hargest H. S. & Old Boys Invercargill
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Manaen Pohl
Otago Boys' High & Mosgiel
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Ryan Mawhinney
Wakatapu College Queenstown
Andrew Taylor
James Hargest & Old Boys Invercargill
Connor Neil
Kings High School & Green Island
Milk Cup 2014 hopefulls train at Forrester park
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2014 Futsal South
Futsal South 2014 High School Futsal Tournament.
Wednesday 7th May.
Where: Edgar Sports Centre, Portsmouth Drive, Dunedin
Time: 9.00am to 4.15pm Competitions Available Girls Year 9-10 Division 1 & 2 , Boys Year 9-10 Division 1 &
2, Girls Year 11-13 Division 1 & 2
Boys Year 11-13
Division
1
&
2,
Competition
Fee
=
$95.00
per Team.
Mike
Refereeing Appointments
Saturday 3rd May 2014
Otago Daily Times Premier League
14:45 Forrester 2 Northern v Roslyn Wakari Jeff Clamp Chris Boyd Anton Whelan
14:45 Q E C Queenstown v Green Island
T B A T B A Mike Patton
14:45 Cale, University v Dn Technical
Richard Roberts Jack Cowie Mark Currie
14:45 Tonga 1 Caversham v Mosgiel
Allan Martin Edward Cook Alistair Neilson
A J Grant Div 1
14.45 Ocean Grove 1 Grants Braes v Green Island
Phillip Beale
12.45 Caledonian University v Dn Tech
Wilson James
12.45 Tonga 1 Caversham v Mosgiel
Andy Smart
Kingsgate Hotel Premier Womens League
Sunday 4th May
1pm Culling 1 Dn Tech Diamonds v University
Mark Currie
14.45 Forrester 2 Northern v Roslyn Wakari
Linda Ritchie
14.45 Tonga 1 Caversham v Mosgiel
David O'Hare
Terracing Tam Forecast
3rd MAYl
University v Dn Technical, X
Caversham v Mosgiel, 1
Queenstown v Green Island, 1
Northern v Roslyn Wakari, 2
‘ Never Wrong, Rarely Right’
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Artificial Turf for Dunedin ?
FACEBOOK POST of the WEEK
Artificial turf for Dunedin football what a great idea... WHEN IS THIS MENT TO BE
HAPPENING? ODT article is nearly 2 years old. 12 May 2012,
too many people sitting on their hands in this city! posted by Callum James Flaws
FSouth CEO Bill Chisholm replies ‘ “Since the Annual Plan Submission of 2012,
and the article highlighted on Facebook by Callum Flaws, the Dunedin City host
bid for the FIFA U20 Finals next year has been successful, But only because
Football South agreed to underwrite it to the tune of $125,000.
Dunedin City itself was not prepared to put up the cash.
Also since 2012, the DCC has dropped from its Budget the $1.1m
previously allocated to a multi-purpose artificial turf as part of the Logan Park
Redevelopment Plan.
Football South, rather than “sitting on its hands”, continues to advocate for
a Home of Football as part of the legacy from the 2015 U20 Finals. Without a
successful Dunedin bid for the Finals, getting a FIFA Goal Project Grant of
US$500,000 was certainly never going to happen.
At least now it is a possibility. Finance is always going to be the major
hurdle for a project like this.
Again, I call for the football community to support
the cause for Fundraising for 2015 and the Home of Football – individually and
through your local club.
Make submissions of your own rather than sitting on your proverbial
hands!! Details of Bank Acc for Donations for 2015 will follow”
Download Footballsouth Annual Plan Submission, at
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ASB Holiday Fun Football & Futsal
Monday 28th April, to 1st May, 9.00am -3.00pm ., Edgar Centre,
Ages 7 – 12yrs, Bring, Shin pads, Water Bottle, Morning Tea & Lunch
Morning – Football (9.am to 11-45am), Afternoon – Futsal (12.15 to 3.00pm)
Cost, Football $72.00, Futsal $72.00, Football & Futsal (4 days) -$130.00
Masters 2014
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Northern AFC
Good second half ...
Northern V Mosgiel Prems at Memorial.
Not the best of starts saw us go a goal
down early. After that we got in the game and
competed well into a strong wind. With only a
few minutes left in the first half it was
disappointing to concede a second but credit
to the lads as we scored immediately after
through Taylor. HT 2-1.
Second half we really dominated the
first 25 minutes, coming close with 5 corners
in a row. Unfortunately when mosgiel broke
away they did look dangerous and they
managed to get a third and and a fourth.
We played right to the end and Henry
scored our 2nd but with 10 minutes remaining
mosgiel held onto the win and the shield. MOM
Henry.
2nds played Mosgiel early and with
most our students still away we played most of
the first half with 10 men. Mosgiel had a strong wind at there backs and made our
10 men work hard but we defended well to keep them to 1-0 HT. 2nd half we had
11 players but mosgiel played better and finished their chances
final score 5-1.
Murray
Cheers again to the guys that have helped out.
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Annual General Meeting
Sunday 25th May, 2014 at 11am
Sargood Centre – Otago Polytechnic Function Centre,
40 Logan Park Drive, Dunedin
Notice is hereby given to Members of No 7 District Federation of New Zealand
Soccer Inc (Football South) that the Annual General Meeting will be held at
Football South – Sargood Centre – Otago Polytechnic Function Centre,
40 Logan Park Drive, Dunedin on, Sunday 25th May, 2014 at 11am
The Business of the Annual General Meeting shall be:
1. Apologies
2. Confirm minutes of 2013 AGM
3. Receive the Annual Report of the Board
4. Present the Annual Financial Statements and Auditors Report for the 12
months ended 31 December 2013.
5. To elect the Patron for the ensuring term
6. To elect the Vice President for the ensuring term
7. To consider and vote on any written Notices of Motion or amendments
received
8. To declare the results of the postal ballot for elected Board members
9. To consider and vote on any Life Membership and Honorary Membership
10. To appoint an Auditor
11. To transact any General Business
Nominations for the positions of Patron & Vice President must be in writing and received by the
Federation Office by Midday on Thursday 17th April 2014.
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(c) Nominations for Life Membership
and Honorary Membership must be received in writing (including
full supporting details) by the http://www.footballsouth.co.nz/
Federation Office by Midday on
Thursday 17th April 2014.
(d) Any requests for alterations to the Rules or Notice of Motion intended to be moved at the Annual
General Meeting must be received in writing by the Federation Office
by Midday on Monday 5th May 2014.
Bill Chisholm
FSouth Board Member Applications
Nominations to become an elected Board Member must be
in writing and received by the Federation Office by
Midday on Friday 25th April 2014. Nominees may supply
a brief (no longer than 250 words) written presentation
setting out their relevant experience and reasons for
seeking election.
AGM is on Sunday 25th May, 2014 at 11am
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Kingsgate
Premier
League
Kingsgate Womens Premier
Sun 4 May, 1 pm, at Culling Park
Dunedin Tech. Diamonds v University Prem Women
Sun 11 May, 1 pm, at Ellis Park
Roslyn Wakari Prem Women v Dunedin Technical Premier
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