Cambridge’s WaiBOP Championship clash with mid-table Tokoroa provides the highlight game for home supporters this weekend.
Here’s what’s happening this weekend (July 4-5):
The Reds travel to Hibiscus Coast, north of Auckland, for a double header with the club relegated from last season’s Northern League first division.
Cambridge’s first team remain in pursuit of their first win after close losses in their opening two fixtures.
Cambridge squad: 1. Fraser Nicholls, 2. Elliot Cooper, 3. Thomas Purves, 4. Patrick Woodlock, 5. Auguste Hirsinger, 6. Hugo Stalin, 7. Kieran Hill, 8. Daniel Clarkin (c), 9. Marc Glenister, 10. Dylan Blair, 11. Ewan Donald, 12. Kieran Vollebregt, 13 Fabian Munoz, 14. Josh Nooijen, 15. Josh Clarkin, 16. Mike Cosgrave, 17. Tom Wouterson, 18. Zac Mayo, 19. Devon Andrews, 20. James Greentree, 21. Blair Pennell, 22. Faseel Aqil.
The reserves play the curtain-raiser at 12.30pm; the main game starts at 3pm.
Here’s how travelling supporters can find the ground:
Cambridge are at home to mid-table Tokoroa and need the win to stay in touch with league leaders Taupo and second-placed Papamoa.
Cambridge have started the season well and will kick off at 2.45pm at John Kerkhof Park.
Waikato Senior Men’s
In Waikato Division 2, Cambridge host Melville United’s B52s with the home side eager to bounce back from last weekend’s 5-3 loss at Ngaruawahia United. The match starts at 12.30pm.
In Waikato Division 5, Cambridge’s D1 travel to Northern United Numpties for a 12.30pm fixture.
The D2s are at home to West Hamilton United’s Floppy Noodles, starting at 12.30pm.
Both Cambridge division 5 teams are looking for their first wins of the season.
Sunday – Women’s Waikato Division 2
Cambridge play Unicol Rovers – a composite team representing Waikato Unicol and Claudelands Rovers – at John Kerkhof Park (11am kick off).
The young Cambridge team is progressing well this year.
Sunday – Youth teams
Cambridge host Rotorua United in the WaiBOP Federation Y-League. The match kicks off at 11am.
The U-12 team travel for a 10am match at Ngaruawahia’s Centennial Park where they meet Western United in the WaiBOP Federation J-League.
Our club uses the iDMe contact tracing system in line with New Zealand Football guidelines for helping to combat the risk of infection from COVID-19. We ask all our members, players and visitors – including those from visiting clubs – to manually log-in using our unique venue code for John Kerkhof Park which is P-E-S-F-D.
If using our pitch at the Cambridge Athletics Ground, key in the code S-C-E-C-W.
Notice to visitors
Please be aware our grounds and clubrooms are 100% smoke-free and council bylaws forbid visitors from bringing dogs to our grounds.
We ask visitors to not park in the carpark spaces marked reserved as these will be used by volunteers needing to work in our clubrooms (including caterers, bar, committee members). Thanks.