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New World Southern Qualifying League

FC Twenty11 4 Waimak 0

Halswell 0 Ferrymead Bays 3

Nomads 3 Western 2 


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Updated Table:

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Round 3 games - Saturday 31 July:
Ferrymead Bays vs. Nomads
Waimak vs. Halswell
Western vs. FC Twenty11
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Blackwells English Cup Semi-Final Draw - games to be played during August.
Universities vs. Cashmere Technical
Christchurch vs. Selwyn

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Southern Qualifying League - Round 3 Fixtures - note a couple of late kick-off times shown in Bold
Saturday 31 July:
Western vs. FC Twenty11 - English Park 1:30pm
Waimak vs. Halswell - Kendall Park 2:45pm
Ferrymead Bays vs. Nomads - English Park 3:30pm

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Southern Qualifying League  - Round 3

Ferrymead Bays 3 Nomads 2 HT 1 - 2

Waimak 1 Halswell 2 HT 1 - 1

Western 0 FC Twenty11 4 HT 0 - 2

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Tonight's result:
Southern Qualifying League
FC Twenty11 2 Halswell 0 HT 2 - 0

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Round 4 Results / Scorers
Southern Qualifying League
FC Twenty11 2 (Harrison Bowman, Jesse Ruwhiu) Halswell 0 HT 2 - 0
Nomads 2 (Liam Thompson, Nathan Dix) Waimak 1 (Preston Bell) HT 0 - 1
Western 3 (Isaac Cantrick, Rodrigo Balcazar, Omar Cameron) Ferrymead Bays 4 (Taylor Catlow 2, Ryan Stanley, Rhys Williams) HT 1 - 2
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Updated SQL table going into final round:

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Round 5 games, all 2:45pm Saturday 12 August:

Ferrymead Bays vs. FC Twenty11
Halswell vs. Nomads
Waimak vs. Western
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Round 5 games, all 2:45pm Saturday 12 August:
(Note two ground changes - shown in Bold, for original draw)

Ferrymead Bays vs. FC Twenty11 - Christchurch Football Park
Halswell vs. Nomads - Tulett Park
Waimak vs. Western - Kendall Park
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Southern Qualifying League - Round 5 of 5

Ferrymead Bays 1 (Monty Joseph) FC Twenty11 0 HT 0 - 0

Halswell 1 (Toby Tulett) Nomads 3 (Declan Hickford 2, Liam Thompson) HT 0 - 1  

Waimak 0 Western 3 (Omar Cameron 2, Issac Cantrick) HT 0 - 0

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HT Blackwells English Cup Semi-Final: Universities 0 Cashmere Technical 2 - Lyle Matthysen, own goal
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Full Time Blackwells English Cup Semi-Final: Universities 0 Cashmere Technical 5 - Lyle Matthysen, Yuya Taguchi, Yusuf Van Dam, Kian Donkers, own goal) HT 0 - 2 

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AllWhites82
Final Table:
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Thanks for so diligently posting these results and tables Gav.
With such limited newspaper coverage of local football these days, this has been invaluable (along with your posts on the Mainland Premier League, Southern League, women's comps, local cup games etc.), not to mention your excellent match reviews on the Mainland Football website!
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No problem, catch you on the side line when things are back to normal.
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AllWhites82
Final Table:
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Thanks for so diligently posting these results and tables Gav.
With such limited newspaper coverage of local football these days, this has been invaluable (along with your posts on the Mainland Premier League, Southern League, women's comps, local cup games etc.), not to mention your excellent match reviews on the Mainland Football website!
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With Selwyn defeating Coastal Spirit 4 - 2, in the Southern League today the Stallions lifted the Hurley Shield for the first time and in doing so became the tenth different club to win the trophy. Today's game was the 134 Shield Challenge and the 27th successive challenge. 
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2nd Blackwells Holden English Cup Semi-Final on tomorrow night at English Park at 7pm - Christchurch United vs. Selwyn United, with the winner to face Cashmere Technical in the Final. 
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2nd Blackwells Holden English Cup Semi-Final on tomorrow night at English Park at 7pm - Christchurch United vs. Selwyn United, with the winner to face Cashmere Technical in the Final. 

It'll be interesting to see if there are any changes to ChCh Utd's dugout personnel
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Early goal by Eddie Wilkinson puts ChCh United 1 - 0 up over Selwyn. 
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HT Christchurch United 1 Selwyn 0
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FT Christchurch United 1 (Eddie Wilkinson) Selwyn 0 HT 1 - 0
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Blackwells English Cup Final
Cashmere Technical 2 (Garbhan Coughlan, Lyle Matthysen) Christchurch United 0 HT 2 - 0   

Steve Sumner Medal Fraser Angus (Cashmere Technical)

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South- Central Men's comp:
Home games @ English Park for CashTech and Selwyn:
Commencing this Saturday with Selwyn vs. Tech, English Park 2 pm
Full draw (six teams from Wellington and Christchurch):
https://www.sporty.co.nz/asset/downloadasset?id=64a79796-7cc3-4caa-b7ef-8ccc1950cfdf
For those in Christchurch wanting to attend matches at English Park, please note the spectator requirements.
You can't just turn up to watch a game in the men's comp.
You must reserve  a place before matchday with one of the participating clubs.
To contact Cashmere Technical:  [email protected]
Selwyn United: [email protected]
Women's comp. (Pride matches):
Crowd limit of 200 in two bubbles of 100.
No need to pre-register for a place.
But it's first come, first served - arrive early to avoid disappointment.
Details here:
https://www.mainlandfootball.co.nz/newsarticle/109463?newsfeedId=1329617&fbclid=IwAR1FjXObn2IJtFmuWDCRRFUXP1GEP7W_jrplS4wW4zwmBdXrwHMp9iv8ZBY
Relevant info:
"There will be a three bubble system where the first bubble is reserved for the players and their friends and family and will be located on the pitch and in the Steve Sumner Stand. The two other bubbles will consist of 100 people and will be open to the general public. These bubbles will be distanced throughout English Park. 
The Friends and Family bubble will only enter and exit through the main English Park entrance.
Bubble number two will only enter and exit through the Sheppard Place entrance closest to the garage. Bubble number three will only enter and exit through the Sheppard Place entrance through the small car park. 

For men's national league matches, you will need to contact each club to reserve a spot in the bubbles.

There will be FREE entry to English Park, and spectators will be allowed to bring any non-alcoholic beverages and food that they wish. Portaloos will be provided for spectators in the general public bubbles as they will not have access to the English Park facilities. 

You must scan or sign in to English Park, keep your distance from others you don’t know, and we recommend the use of face masks.

For Canterbury United Pride matches, the two bubbles open to the general public will operate on a first-in-first-served basis and will be capped at 100 for each bubble (200 spectators total).
Again, entrance only at Sheppard Place."
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Copied from Christchurch United FC facebook page, was published earlier this evening:

After 28 straight years of coaching, First Team Coach Danny Halligan has stepped down from his position as First Team Head Coach for Christchurch United Football Club to spend more time with his family. 
Christchurch United Club President Slava Meyn spoke on Danny’s tenure at the club: 
“As the President of Christchurch United Football Club, I am very thankful to Danny Halligan for his invaluable efforts in making the club great once more. Three years ago, Christchurch United was in the local second division, and now we are once again competing for a position in the National League as we had done 30 – 40 years ago.” 
Danny has given the club a fantastic three seasons, taking the club from the Canterbury Championship League in 2019 all the way to narrowly missing out on qualification for the National League at the end of the 2021 season. Under his guidance, our first team reached 3 English cup finals in a row and went on two fantastic runs in both the 2019 and 2021 Chatham Cup. 
“With his arrival in 2019, Danny brought both great character and a strong sense of professionalism that helped our club develop. After having coached for 28 years in a row, Danny is taking a well-deserved break from football to spend more time with his family. We wish a Christchurch United and All Whites legend all the best and hope to see him in the stands next year for Christchurch United’s first team games.” - Christchurch United Club President Slava Meyn. 
Thank you. Danny! 
We wish you all the best with your future endeavors!
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Big coup for Christchurch United. Wellington Phoenix legend
@PaulIfill has been announced as their new head coach and head of their new women’s football academy.
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Big coup for Christchurch United. Wellington Phoenix legend
@PaulIfill has been announced as their new head coach and head of their new women’s football academy.

be interesting as to how he splits his time down there
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Article and interview about Ifill signing on to coach Chch United:
https://www.odt.co.nz/star-news/star-sport/star-football/christchurch-united-sign-phoenix-legend-paul-ifill
I look forward to seeing him around the traps.
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180k sounds like a great starting salary for a coach. Pity that same kinda amount doesn't also apply in Sunday League Division 2.
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From Phil Keinzley to Slava Meyn - Iffy likes his tycoons
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Wonder if he getting paid at the moment?
Was originally signed up to work with United on National League.
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Copied from Coastal Spirits facebook page, was published earlier this evening.

We say a fond farewell to our long term MPL coach Ekow Quainoo. Ekow will be stepping down from the role he has held for the past 6 years, after a long drawn-out season which saw his team win the Hurley Shield with a Southern League victory over Cashmere Technical.
Ekow has been at the club since its inception and was a player in the side which won promotion to the MPL, before coaching the Men’s reserves, U19’s and Men’s first team. Describing his resignation as the “Hardest decision of my life” Ekow will now concentrate on his business interests and find ways to develop as a coach.
We would like to thank Ekow for his tireless work, passion and dedication to the club and wish him all the best for the future.
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Copied from Coastal Spirit's facebook page, which was posted earlier this  afternoon:

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Jose Matiz as our Men’s first team coach for the 2022 season. Jose has a long association with the club and was part of the Men’s team that won promoted to the MPL in 2010. Jose has coached our Men’s reserves and U19 teams, winning the Adidas U19 Labour weekend tournament in 2019. Last season, Jose was part of the Selwyn United senior set up.
We a very happy to have Jose back at the club.
Jose will be supported by Paul Hughes, David Steans, James Vallance, Brendon Ong and Fraser Walker Pearce
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Any idea on the teams for both the Mainland Prem and Football South Prem for 2022? Saw Queens Park are in for next year, but  I'm unsure on the whole qualifying tournament or format

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