Here’s how our senior teams performed over the weekend of June 22-23, 2018.
Please check back for updates as we get more information from team managers.
Lotto NRFL second division
Cambridge drew 1-1 with Papakura City at Auckland’s McLennan Park in the Lotto NRFL second division.
A last-minute goal by Nathan Hallum gave Cambridge reserves a dramatic 2-1 win at Papakura City to stay top of the league.
Loaded WaiBOP Championship
A serious injury to Cambridge’s Miguel Peterle marred their WaiBOP Championship match at Tauranga Blue Rovers’ Pemberton Park, won 4-1 by the home side.
Peterle was carried off the pitch with a suspected dislocated ankle and fractured fibula.
Arlo Stedman scored in the second half for Cambridge after the teams were scoreless in the first spell.
The A team beat Te Aroha Cobras 3-2 at John Kerkhof Park, to record their third successive win in high-scoring games.
Having won 3-2 and 5-4 in their last two games, it was hardly a surprise when this match also turned into a thriller.
Peter Buesnel gave Cambridge the lead but Cobras came back to level.
Cullen Tappen then put Cambridge ahead 2-1, only for Te Aroha to fight back and make it 2-2.
In the final stages, Cambridge found enough energy left for a surge forward and the consistent Jason Szabo found a winner for the home side.
The D1 and D2 teams shared bragging rights with a 2-2 draw at John Kerkhof Park.
Scott Jenkins scored both goals for the D1s from the penalty spot while Andrew Myers and Chris Hill responded for the D2 team.
Waikato Women’s A
Our women’s team’s six-match winning streak came to an end with a 2-1 home loss to unbeaten West Hamilton United.
The boys U-12 side beat Hamilton Wanderers 8-1 in the WaiBOP Federation Junior Boys’ League.