When the game turned our way – coaches pinpoint key to win

posted in: Men, News, Northern League

Cambridge head coach Mike Woodlock says his side was a bit fortunate to go into half-time 3-1 up against Onehunga Mangere United “but we’ll take it.”

He said his team’s three goals in quick succession turned the game Cambridge’s way, and helped seal the 4-2 eventual scoreline in the Reds’ favour.

Onehunga Mangere’s co-coach Brian Turner agreed with Woodlock’s assessment, saying his side should have held out Cambridge during the brief spell after the 30-minute mark when Daniel Clarkin, Josh Clarkin and Dylan Blair all found the net for the visitors.

But the former All White said Cambridge got the win they came for, and “good luck to them”.

Video coverage

Match report

Click here for the match report: Onehunga Mangere United 2 Cambridge 4 


Click here for match report: Onehunga Mangere United 0, Cambridge 5

Previous games

10-man Reds lose to Aucklanders: Cambridge 0, Papakura City 3

Reds win NRFL local derby 5-1 against Rovers: Cambridge 5, Claudelands Rovers 1

Reds make triumphant return to Northern League: Ngongotaha 2, Cambridge 5

Our 2018 squad

Meet the Reds who will represent Cambridge in this year’s Northern League

Fixture list

Click here to see who the Reds play next 


Click here for our first team performances since joining the Northern League in 1972

Click here for our record in the Chatham Cup