Here’s how you can follow Cambridge’s senior and youth teams in a busy round of games this weekend.
Our men’s first team and reserves head to Auckland to play Onehunga Mangere United in a Lotto NRFL second division double header at Mangere Mountain. Kick off times are 12.30pm (reserves) and 3pm (first team).
Onehunga Mangere United, coached by former All Whites Brian Turner and Dave Taylor, were relegated from the competition last year but found a way back via play-offs when Mangere United merged with Manukau City, creating a vacancy in the second division.
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Loaded WaiBOP Championship
Our championship side head to league newcomers Te Puke United for a 1.30pm fixture at Litt Park, Te Puke.
Lee McNally and his Waikato A squad play at John Kerkhof Park for the first time this season, hosting Ngaruawahia United. The game kicks off at 12.30pm.
Our D1 side hosts Northern United’s D1 team, while Chris Hill and the D2 team play Northern United’s D2 side. Both matches kick off at 12.30pm at John Kerkhof Park.
The Andrew Taylor-coached women’s team make their first appearance at John Kerkhof Park on Sunday, kicking off at 11am against Te Aroha Cobras. Our women started their season last weekend with a 5-2 win at local derby rivals Te Awamutu.
Cambridge’s U-13 boys and U-12 boys travel to Hamilton’s Ashurst Park for a double header of games against Northern United. The U-12s start first, at 10am, followed by the U-13s match at 11.20am. Both our sides drew 2-2 in their opening games of the season last weekend.
Meals at John Kerkhof Park
Catering manager Michaela McQuarters says her menu for teams playing at John Kerkhof Park on Saturday will be headlined by gourmet mince and cheese pies, freshly made in the club kitchen.
If you wish to help Michaela in the kitchen during the season, click here for more information.
Good luck to all our teams, players and supporters – please check our website over the weekend for updates on results.