Northern League football returns to John Kerkhof Park this weekend with the visit of Onehunga Mangere United, an Auckland club that’s approaching its centenary.
The visitors are coached by former All Whites Brian Turner and Dave Taylor and with the teams separated by a single league point, this match could prove vital in the end-of-season rankings.
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The men’s first team kick off against Onehunga Mangere United at 3pm.
Onehunga Mangere United have advised the Lotto NRFL that they are unable to field a team to play Cambridge in the scheduled reserves fixture, planned for 12.30pm. The Northern League administrators have ruled the match will count as a default 3-0 win to Cambridge.
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Cambridge have a bye this weekend.
The A team are chasing their fourth win in a row with a 2.45pm match on Saturday at Melville United’s Gower Park. Can the A team maintain their string of high-scoring games? After two 3-2 wins and a 5-4 thriller, let’s hope so.
The D2 team plays Northern United at John Kerkhof Park this Saturday, starting at 12.30pm. The D1 fixture scheduled against Te Aroha Cobras has been postponed due to bereavement involving the Te Aroha club.
Sunday: Waikato Women’s A
Our women’s team travel to Galloway Park, Hamilton, for their league fixture against Claudelands Rovers. The match starts at 1pm.
Sunday: Youth League
Cambridge U-13 boys travel to Tauranga Blue Rovers’ Pemberton Park, kicking off at 11.20am in the WaiBOP Federation Youth League. Click here for progress report on the team’s efforts this season.
The boys U-12 side travel to Taupo’s Crown Park in the WaiBOP Federation Junior Boys’ League for a 10am match.
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How our teams fared last weekend
Meal of the Week – $5 deal for supporters!
Our club catering manager Michaela McQuarters is planning gourmet burgers made with pulled pork for teams playing at John Kerkhof Park on Saturday. And to give supporters a taste, she’s offering the burgers to non-players for $5 a head.
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.