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Seems like it just finished but here's the preliminary round draw
Games to be held on Anzac weekend - 
only Wellington one Marist v Greytown

wonder how the Sperm Whales will get on against Whangarei


Te Awamutu AFC v Lakes Football Club

West Hamilton United v Whakatane Town

Otorohanga AFC v Waiuku AFC

Central United v Matamata Swifts

Northern United v Ellerslie Tropics

Papakura City v Ranui Swanson FC

FC Whangarei v Sperm Whales FC

University of Auckland FC v Otumoetai FC

Papamoa FC v Papatoetoe AFC

Drury United v Kerikeri FC

Onerahi v Lynn-Avon United

Uni-Mount Bohemian AFC v Ngongotaha AFC

Waikato Unicol AFC v South Auckland Rangers

Zamantix Rovers Deuce v Te Atatu AFC

Puhoi Sports Club v Mangere United

AFC Bohemian Celtic v Taupo AFC

Woodleigh FC v Whanganui Athletic

FC Western v PN Marist FC

Naenae SC v Paekakariki SC

Wellington Marist AFC v Greytown FC

FC Nelson v Golden Bay AFC

Richmond Athletic v Mapua Rangers

Western AFC v Universities AFC

High School Old Boys v Waimakariri United



 
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Northern and Central/Capital draws don't look right.

Northern has 12 Northern League + 55 others.  Prelim + R1 should whittle 55 down to 20, that is 15 games Preliminary and 20 games in R1, instead there are 16 games in the preliminary which will leave 39 others for R1 (plus the 12 Northern league sides with a bye in R1).

Central will have after the Preliminary round 9 Central League + 3 Central and 14 Capital sides.  Which I guess means 6 Central League sides will have a bye and 3 Central League sides will have a game in R1.  If the 9 Central League sides had a bye to R2, then the preliminary + R1 would be whittling 21 down to 7 which would require 7 preliminary round games, not 4.
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Good luck to the sperm whales.
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I think the same thing happened last year with byes then happening in Round 1 which is a odd way of doing it.
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Northern and Central/Capital draws don't look right.

Northern has 12 Northern League + 55 others.  Prelim + R1 should whittle 55 down to 20, that is 15 games Preliminary and 20 games in R1, instead there are 16 games in the preliminary which will leave 39 others for R1 (plus the 12 Northern league sides with a bye in R1).

Central will have after the Preliminary round 9 Central League + 3 Central and 14 Capital sides.  Which I guess means 6 Central League sides will have a bye and 3 Central League sides will have a game in R1.  If the 9 Central League sides had a bye to R2, then the preliminary + R1 would be whittling 21 down to 7 which would require 7 preliminary round games, not 4.
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Christchurch results:
Chatham Cup - Preliminary Round
ChCh HSOB 0 Waimak 10 (Kamil Elmohib 4, Danny Loney 2, Mitchell Quigley 2, Jonny Cochrane, Jake Hale) HT 0 - 3
Western 0 Universities 1 (Stu Campbell - pen) HT 0 - 1
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I went along to Naenae v Paekakariki, turned out to be a good game and we got some bonus football before Naenaes scored the winner. Paekakariki had a penalty given with minutes to go but Naenae replacement keeper (their 1st keeper broke his leg in first game of the season) saved it. 

Bit of shame NZ Football didn't even appear to bother to advise that games where on today. Nothing on Facebook or Twitter about them and their website doesn't even have the 2022 draw up. Can only see them through Capital Football and Northern Region websites. 
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Round 1 draw - games 14\15 May Central Region
Whanganui Athletic v HN Wanderers
PN Marist v Massey

Seatoun v Olympic
KCU v UHC
BNU v Wainui
Lower Hutt v Stokes Valley
Vic Uni v Tawa
Waikanae v Marist
Wellington United v Stop Out

All other teams have a bye

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I think the same thing happened last year with byes then happening in Round 1 which is a odd way of doing it.
reubee
Northern and Central/Capital draws don't look right.

Northern has 12 Northern League + 55 others.  Prelim + R1 should whittle 55 down to 20, that is 15 games Preliminary and 20 games in R1, instead there are 16 games in the preliminary which will leave 39 others for R1 (plus the 12 Northern league sides with a bye in R1).

Central will have after the Preliminary round 9 Central League + 3 Central and 14 Capital sides.  Which I guess means 6 Central League sides will have a bye and 3 Central League sides will have a game in R1.  If the 9 Central League sides had a bye to R2, then the preliminary + R1 would be whittling 21 down to 7 which would require 7 preliminary round games, not 4.


As predicted, the Northern draw had the wrong number of games in Preliminary Round and we were left with 13 instead of 12 northern sides with a bye in R1.  This looks like it was rectified by Fencibles being the lucky team from NRFL Div 1 to get a bye and join the 12 NRFL Prem sides with a bye.
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I think the same thing happened last year with byes then happening in Round 1 which is a odd way of doing it.
reubee
Northern and Central/Capital draws don't look right.

Northern has 12 Northern League + 55 others.  Prelim + R1 should whittle 55 down to 20, that is 15 games Preliminary and 20 games in R1, instead there are 16 games in the preliminary which will leave 39 others for R1 (plus the 12 Northern league sides with a bye in R1).

Central will have after the Preliminary round 9 Central League + 3 Central and 14 Capital sides.  Which I guess means 6 Central League sides will have a bye and 3 Central League sides will have a game in R1.  If the 9 Central League sides had a bye to R2, then the preliminary + R1 would be whittling 21 down to 7 which would require 7 preliminary round games, not 4.


As predicted, the Northern draw had the wrong number of games in Preliminary Round and we were left with 13 instead of 12 northern sides with a bye in R1.  This looks like it was rectified by Fencibles being the lucky team from NRFL Div 1 to get a bye and join the 12 NRFL Prem sides with a bye.

NRF also have screwed up the gaps in the league draw with league games scheduled for Div 1 in same window as this round.
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I think the same thing happened last year with byes then happening in Round 1 which is a odd way of doing it.
reubee
Northern and Central/Capital draws don't look right.

Northern has 12 Northern League + 55 others.  Prelim + R1 should whittle 55 down to 20, that is 15 games Preliminary and 20 games in R1, instead there are 16 games in the preliminary which will leave 39 others for R1 (plus the 12 Northern league sides with a bye in R1).

Central will have after the Preliminary round 9 Central League + 3 Central and 14 Capital sides.  Which I guess means 6 Central League sides will have a bye and 3 Central League sides will have a game in R1.  If the 9 Central League sides had a bye to R2, then the preliminary + R1 would be whittling 21 down to 7 which would require 7 preliminary round games, not 4.


As predicted, the Northern draw had the wrong number of games in Preliminary Round and we were left with 13 instead of 12 northern sides with a bye in R1.  This looks like it was rectified by Fencibles being the lucky team from NRFL Div 1 to get a bye and join the 12 NRFL Prem sides with a bye.

NRF also have screwed up the gaps in the league draw with league games scheduled for Div 1 in same window as this round.


Ffs 😅🤦🏻‍♂️
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I think the same thing happened last year with byes then happening in Round 1 which is a odd way of doing it.
reubee
Northern and Central/Capital draws don't look right.

Northern has 12 Northern League + 55 others.  Prelim + R1 should whittle 55 down to 20, that is 15 games Preliminary and 20 games in R1, instead there are 16 games in the preliminary which will leave 39 others for R1 (plus the 12 Northern league sides with a bye in R1).

Central will have after the Preliminary round 9 Central League + 3 Central and 14 Capital sides.  Which I guess means 6 Central League sides will have a bye and 3 Central League sides will have a game in R1.  If the 9 Central League sides had a bye to R2, then the preliminary + R1 would be whittling 21 down to 7 which would require 7 preliminary round games, not 4.


As predicted, the Northern draw had the wrong number of games in Preliminary Round and we were left with 13 instead of 12 northern sides with a bye in R1.  This looks like it was rectified by Fencibles being the lucky team from NRFL Div 1 to get a bye and join the 12 NRFL Prem sides with a bye.

NRF also have screwed up the gaps in the league draw with league games scheduled for Div 1 in same window as this round.

:headbang: looking at https://www.aucklandfootball.org.nz/asset/downloadasset?id=e61c069e-d032-4f96-9076-cc7913107865 
NRFL Div 1  has scheduled league games in R1, R2 but no games scheduled for  R3, R4, QF, probably the opposite of what it should be!!!.  As you say someone screwed up but then again no one looked at calendar and noticed earlier, or did they and were ignored.  You'd think it would be the same procedure written down and rolled out year after year.   I guess it means you have some spare weekend dates available for catch up games (unless dare I say it you go on a cup run). 
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I think the same thing happened last year with byes then happening in Round 1 which is a odd way of doing it.
reubee
Northern and Central/Capital draws don't look right.

Northern has 12 Northern League + 55 others.  Prelim + R1 should whittle 55 down to 20, that is 15 games Preliminary and 20 games in R1, instead there are 16 games in the preliminary which will leave 39 others for R1 (plus the 12 Northern league sides with a bye in R1).

Central will have after the Preliminary round 9 Central League + 3 Central and 14 Capital sides.  Which I guess means 6 Central League sides will have a bye and 3 Central League sides will have a game in R1.  If the 9 Central League sides had a bye to R2, then the preliminary + R1 would be whittling 21 down to 7 which would require 7 preliminary round games, not 4.


As predicted, the Northern draw had the wrong number of games in Preliminary Round and we were left with 13 instead of 12 northern sides with a bye in R1.  This looks like it was rectified by Fencibles being the lucky team from NRFL Div 1 to get a bye and join the 12 NRFL Prem sides with a bye.

NRF also have screwed up the gaps in the league draw with league games scheduled for Div 1 in same window as this round.

:headbang: looking at https://www.aucklandfootball.org.nz/asset/downloadasset?id=e61c069e-d032-4f96-9076-cc7913107865 
NRFL Div 1  has scheduled league games in R1, R2 but no games scheduled for  R3, R4, QF, probably the opposite of what it should be!!!.  As you say someone screwed up but then again no one looked at calendar and noticed earlier, or did they and were ignored.  You'd think it would be the same procedure written down and rolled out year after year.   I guess it means you have some spare weekend dates available for catch up games (unless dare I say it you go on a cup run). 

I believe R2 was intended on being a double header - that's queens birthday right?  so league game on Saturday and Cup on Monday but yeah the whole thing is a shambles - official document from NZF called this the second round, but NRF called it the first round - who knows what the F is going on.
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HT Ferrymead Bays 1 FC Twenty11 0
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Wonder if anyone here was at Hibiscus v Albany? Albany coming back from 3-0 down to win it 4-3 late on. Would have been some game.
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A good cup tie I suppose but mot much quality. HBC up 3-0 after about half an hour. Mayes(2) and Dickonson the goals. Two very lazy strikers but good finishers.Mayes still has explosive pace and Dicko is Dicko - big ass and reasonable footwork.Penalty just before half time made it 3-1. Mayes hit the crossbar early in the second half but after ythat largely one way traffic - Albany hit the woodwork at least 3 times although HBC were dangerous on the break, To be hoest for the last half hour there was a certain inevtability about Albany winning it. They changed a few things around and took control. Dickonson didn't seem to react to the changing tide (seaside pun unintended),Winner was with about 5 minutes to go .If it had gone to Extra time think Albany would have streaked away with it. Albany very jubilant at the end as expected after coming back from 3-0 down.They did bully HBC a little bit in the second half and a couple of the younger HBG guys really didn;t cope with it. From what I have seen albany have gone backwards a lot in the last 2 years , given they were very close to promotion to Premier League last year.Look miles away from that .HBC won't be getting promotion this year as I understand with the NRF restructuring return to conference football .Not bad afternoons entertainment amd Mr Whippys oice creams are always good value
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Chatham Cup - Christchurch Ties
Burwood 0 Selwyn 5 (Jamie Carrodus, Jack Allatt, Nikolas Fairley, Calum Murdoch, Darius Van Wyk) HT 0 - 1
Cashmere Technical 6 (Jacob Richards 3, Lyle Matthysen, Garbhan Coughlan, own goal) Nomads 0 HT 4 - 0 
Coastal Spirit 3 (Dominic McGarr 2, Aashish) Waimak 1 (Mitchell Quigley) HT 1 - 1  
Ferrymead Bays 5 (Will Pierce 3, Alex Meaclem, Dan Metherell) FC Twenty11 0 HT 1 - 0
Halswell FC 1 (Patrick Cameron) Parklands 2 (Andrew Walmsley, Danny Lingard) after extra time HT 0 - 0 FT 1 - 1 
Universities 0 Christchurch United 6 (Daniel MacLennan 2, Benjamin Lapslie, Alex Mort, Sanni Issa, Eddie Wilkinson) HT 0 - 4
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FT Nelson Suburbs 4 Richmond Athletic 0
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Sperm Whales claim another scalp to keep themselves alive in the cup.

Up the Spermies.
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Ferrymead Bays 3 ChCh United 2 after extra time. HT 0 - 1 FT 2 - 2 
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Mainland Federation Results
Cashmere Technical 3 (Jacob Richard 2, Andrew Storer) Selwyn 1 (Aiden Barbour-Ryan) HT 2 - 1 
Ferrymead Bays 3 (Ryan Stanley 2, own goal) Christchurch United 2 (Mika Rabuka, Daniel MacLennan) after extra time HT 0 - 1 FT 2 – 2
FC Nelson 0 Nelson Suburbs 6 (Josh Creswell 4, Ben Polak, Jack Cater) HT 0 - 4 
Parklands vs. Coastal Spirit - postponed
 
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Palmerston North fielded an ineligible player so Island Bay now progress https://www.nzfootball.co.nz/newsarticle/116569
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This happens every year without fail. 
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catch up games today 

Waterside Karori v Miramar moved to Martin Luckie, Miramar won 4-0

Big upset Marist (Cap 2) beat Upper Hutt (Cap Prem) 3-1 in Upper Hutt
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Parklands 0 Coastal Spirit 7 (Jack Mitchell 4, Giancarlo Canobbio, Hemi Innes, own goal) HT 0 - 2
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Cup holders, Cashmere Technical needed extra time before defeating Ferrymead Bays 2 - 1. Lyle Matthysen gave Technical an early before Will Pierce levelled after the break with Tom Schwarz scoring from the penalty spot in the first period of extra time to move Tech into the next round. 
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Nelson Suburbs 1 (Aiden Higgs) Coastal Spirit 1 (Mark Zimmerman) aet HT 1 - 1 Suburbs win 5 - 4 on pens
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Dunedin City Royals score two late goals to knock Mosgiel out of Cup 2 - 1 after Mosgiel lead 1 - 0 at half-time. 
Green Island 5 Northern 1 HT 2 - 1 
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No match reviews or result related news on NZ Football's website... can't see winners of penalties unless you go to NZ Football website -> Competitions -> Football -> Chatham Cup -> then you have to know to change the Comet filter to "results" and change the round to round 3.

No presence on Twitter for the entire weekend.

Tuesday afternoon and they've written an article about the draw... which doesn't add anything than a copy + paste of the draw.

Pretty garbage media presence all round.
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There used to be a Chatham Cup twitter account, no idea why they stopped using it.
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There used to be a Chatham Cup twitter account, no idea why they stopped using it.

When I was at Uni I’d live tweet games and would get retweeted by that account. Basically had live coverage around the whole country. Apparently not anymore. 
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Well they must be flat out reporting on... um... 
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Chatham Cup - Round 4
Cashmere Technical 9 (Fraser Angus 2, Lachie McIssac, Lyle Matthysen, Garbhan Coughlan, Andrew Storer, Jacob Richards, Sam Lapslie, own goal) Green Island 0 HT 5 - 0
Dunedin City Royals 3 (Benjamin Stanley 2, Will Turner) Nelson Suburbs 1 (James McGookin) HT 1 - 0
 
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Melville are out! Waiheke are through!! Madness 
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Melville are out! Waiheke are through!! Madness 

Well inside the bottom two without a win all season in the league, into the quarter finals of the cup. Magic of the cup.
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Big upset! I wonder how may under 20s Waiheke played today? Might tell a story too.
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Melville are out! Waiheke are through!! Madness 

Well inside the bottom two without a win all season in the league, into the quarter finals of the cup. Magic of the cup.
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Enough said
Big upset! I wonder how may under 20s Waiheke played today? Might tell a story too.
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Melville are out! Waiheke are through!! Madness 

Well inside the bottom two without a win all season in the league, into the quarter finals of the cup. Magic of the cup.

for the winning goal, it was a penalty. The Waiheke keeper sets up to take it. He slams it down the middle-ish, the Melville keeper save/parrys it. the ball floats back towards the penatly spot where the Waiheke keeper is. he then smashes a lovely full throated volley into the back of the net. Magic stuff. 

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