How our senior teams fared at the weekend

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Cambridge spectators had only one home match to watch over Queen’s Birthday Weekend but it was a cracker.

The Reds went down 5-4 after extra time was needed to decided the ISPS Handa Chatham Cup tie against Glenfield Rovers.

Main photo: Zach Mayo celebrates his goal against Glenfield Rovers.

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Here’s how our other senior teams fared:

WaiBOP Championship

Cambridge’s championship side lost 3-2 at Otumoetai after leading 2-0 at the break.

Cambridge took a 6th-minute lead through James Cakebread before Adam Brady added a second on the quarter hour.

However, momentum turned to Otumoetai after the sides turned round at half-time with strong winds off the neighbouring beach helping the home side who overhauled Cambridge for the win.

Waikato Division 3

Cambridge D1s and Melville United agreed to postpone their fixture scheduled for this weekend. A new date will be scheduled soon with the game possibly played under lights at Melville.

Waikato Division 4

The D2s drew 1-1 with Northern United’s Gaffers at Hamilton’s Discovery Park.

Sunday – Women’s Waikato Division 1

Women’s football took a break over the long weekend.

Sunday – WaiBOP Federation Youth/Junior Leagues

The Y-League and J-League competitions also had a break over Queen’s Birthday Weekend.

Junior football

No junior football was played.