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2019 ISPS Handa Chatham Cup

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Chatham Cup this weekend - heres some previews

Saturday 15 June

Stop Out v Olympic Hutt Park KO 2pm

Brother v Brother in coaches Shaun (Olympic) v Scott (Stop Out) Easthope

Centenary (Stop Out founded 1919) v Diamond Anniversary (Olympic founded 1959)

Both clubs won the Chatham Cup once (Stop Out 1956, Olympic 2009)

4 previous meetings in the cup, Olympic won 3, Stop Out 1

Last meeting 2012 Stop Out won 4-2

MY PICK : game will go to pens


Lower Hutt City v Miramar Rangers Fraser Park Turf KO 5:30pm

Nicely timed so those anoraks that want can get to both games on Saturday

Lower Hutt knocked Miramar out of the cup 4-2 last season, only the second time they've beaten them in 7 meetings in the cup, the previous before that was a 2-1 win in 1976. The 5 games in between all went Miramar's way

MY PICK : Miramar

Sunday 16 June

Napier City Rovers v Seatoun Bluewater Stadium, Napier KO 2pm

4 times cup winners and Central League side Napier up against 2 times cup winners (1957,58) and Cap 1 side Seatoun

Met once in the cup before Napier winning 8-0 in 1995

Upset potential here 

MY PICK : Napier (cause i don't want to jinx Seatoun)

North Wellington v Western Suburbs Alex Moore KO 2pm

Western Suburbs saw off North Wellington 5-1 in the cup last season on their way to the final. They were unable to add to 3 previous wins. There have been 3 other meetings in the cup between these teams North Wellington winnin 2-1 in 1986 and the other 2 going to Wests (or Porirua Viard United as they were called) the most significant in 2009 when Wests won 9-0

MY PICK : Wests

Capital Football showing Lower Hutt vs Miramar is at 6.00pm

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If anyones interested in the history of the cup

here is the start of a book I was going to write about it - covers the presentation of the cup and the first three seasons (1923-25)

bit more of a longish read than my usual stuff

http://thejourneyfan.blogspot.co.nz/

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If anyones interested in the history of the cup

here is the start of a book I was going to write about it - covers the presentation of the cup and the first three seasons (1923-25)

bit more of a longish read than my usual stuff

If you were to take that through, that would be a fantastic centenary tribute to the cup, and no doubt the go to source in years that follow.

Get cracking, you've only got 3 years...

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If anyones interested in the history of the cup

here is the start of a book I was going to write about it - covers the presentation of the cup and the first three seasons (1923-25)

bit more of a longish read than my usual stuff

Great read, I'd buy that book!

Salmon swim upstream

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Really hope that you get around to documenting the history of the Chatham Cup. Some great tales from the early years in particular. Was talking to Barry Smith a while back and he told me that Mike Chadwick had done some work on the Cup's history. Personally I have some great ( if a little vague) memories of the pre 1970 days of local/provincial/north and south island finals. These games were hugely popular and greatly anticipated. Would certainly be near the front of the queue to buy that. Still have my programme from the 1966 Final - Miramars first cup win.

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Olympic 3- 1 over stop out.

Stop Out had 4 regulars out not suprised they lost this one.

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chubbs wrote:

Really hope that you get around to documenting the history of the Chatham Cup. Some great tales from the early years in particular. Was talking to Barry Smith a while back and he told me that Mike Chadwick had done some work on the Cup's history. Personally I have some great ( if a little vague) memories of the pre 1970 days of local/provincial/north and south island finals. These games were hugely popular and greatly anticipated. Would certainly be near the front of the queue to buy that. Still have my programme from the 1966 Final - Miramars first cup win.

cheers, have spoken with Barry and Mike about this. Over the years Mike has interviewed a great number of Chatham Cup winners and has these all on tape would be great to get some of these transcribed and published

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Cashmere Technical 1 (Garbhan Coughlan) Christchurch United 1 (Michael White) after extra time ChCh United win 5 - 4 on pens

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AllWhites82 wrote:

Cashmere Technical 1 (Garbhan Coughlan) Christchurch United 1 (Michael White) after extra time ChCh United win 5 - 4 on pens

Chch Utd were at long odds weren’t they?

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Feverish wrote:

AllWhites82 wrote:

Cashmere Technical 1 (Garbhan Coughlan) Christchurch United 1 (Michael White) after extra time ChCh United win 5 - 4 on pens

Chch Utd were at long odds weren’t they?

Almost as much as a 4-4 draw on Thursday night. 

I’ll be able to retire soon at this rate... 

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Nelson Suburbs 11 (Cameron Gordon 4 - incl pen, James McClay 3, Ross McPhie 2, Omar Guardioia, Alex Ridsdale) Ferrymead Bays 1 (Jesse Ruwhiu) HT 5 - 1

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Well I picked 3 out of 4

Results

Stop Out 1 Olympic 3

LHC 2 Mar 5

Napier 3 Seatoun 1

North Wellington 3 Wests 4

Commendable result for Seatoun a team that is 2 divisions below Napier and only train once a week

I went to North Wellington v Wests arrived about 20 minutes late and it was already 1-1. Just as I got there North Wellington scored a fantastic free kick, then shortly after a well worked goal to go 3-1 up. Wests replied almost immediately and then got another 2 to go into half time at 4-3 up. 2nd half was good watch, the Wests kids were just too good for North Wellington in the end

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Napier 3 Seatoun 1

Commendable result for Seatoun a team that is 2 divisions below Napier and only train once a week

I caught the end of the 2nd half. Seatoun were by no means disgraced or overawed. if they were a bit calmer in the final third they might have snuck one late on to set up an interesting finale. 

Good travelling continget of 'Toun fans too

Salmon swim upstream

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Lower Hutt 2  Miramar 5. Went to extra time 2 all at FT. Lower Hutt had a player sent (2 yellows). Quality of football played was outstanding!   Taylor Schrijvers and Joel Stevens were quality!!

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Round of 16 draw

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Round of 16 draw

Miramar Home to Olympic. Must be about the biggest derby of the round this one. 

Need the BBQ fired up

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el grapadura
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Would be so good if that game were to be on the Sunday...

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That is a proper weak Northern lineup. Surely a Wellington team will do something of note this season?

Three for me, and two for them.

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It's "weak" compared to previous years because so many of the Prem teams played each other early on (with the likes of NSU beating Springs) but Eastern Suburbs, North Shore, Onehunga and Manukau and a bunch others are still my favourites baring Western Suburbs.

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Miramar with the TeeDubs players back shouldn't be ignored.

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