What’s in store for our teams this weekend

Cambridge begin the second half of their Northern League season with the visit of long-time rivals Ngongotaha to John Kerkhof Park on Saturday.

The Reds will be looking to complete the double against the Bay of Plenty club, having beaten Ngongotaha 5-2 at their grounds on the opening day of the season.

The main game kicks off at 3pm while the reserves play at 12.30pm.

Cambridge reserves, who lead their competition, put eight goals past Ngongotaha in the corresponding fixture in March.

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Injuries to five players and the unavailability of others has forced our men’s championship side to default their match against Kawerau Sports at Tarawera Park.

Waikato A

The A team host Claudelands Rovers at John Kerkhof Park. The game starts at 12.30pm.

Waikato D

The D1s travel to Melville United for a 12.30pm kick off at Gower Park, while the D2s head for Tokoroa’s Strathmore Park for a match that also starts at 12.30pm.

Sunday: Waikato Women’s A

Our women’s team plays their first fixture in the Waikato Women’s A League since winning promotion in mid-season. The women travel to Porritt Stadium to take on Hamilton Wanderers.

Sunday: Youth League

Cambridge U-13 boys travel to Rotorua’s Neil Hunt Park where they kick off at 11.20am in the WaiBOP Federation Youth League.


Click here to find out who’s playing who and where in our junior teams.


Meal of the Week

Our club catering manager Michaela McQuarters is calling on an old favourite – pulled pork with Asian-style vegetables – for teams playing at John Kerkhof Park on Saturday.

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.

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. Click here for more information about our grounds.