How our teams fared at the weekend

posted in: Men, News, Northern League, Women, Youth

Cambridge’s first team ended a long streak of draws to win their Northern League clash against Onehunga Mangere United.

Lotto NRFL second division

The Reds won 1-0 at John Kerkhof Park.

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Cambridge’s reserves were awarded a 3-0 win by default after Onehunga Mangere United were unable to field a team to play their NRFL second division reserves game.

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Loaded WaiBOP Championship

Cambridge had a bye this weekend.

Waikato A

The A team were chasing their fourth win in a row when they headed to Melville United’s Gower Park but lost a close encounter 3-2.

Peter Buesnel scored both Cambridge goals, one from the penalty spot.

Waikato D

The D2 team beat Northern United 2-1 in an upset win at John Kerkhof Park, a result that helps fellow club side D1s retain top spot in the division.

Scorer of both goals for the D2s was Rob Dickson.

Main photograph: The D2s celebrate their win.

The D1 fixture scheduled against Te Aroha Cobras was postponed due to bereavement involving the Te Aroha club.

League table after the results:

Waikato Women’s A

Our women’s team moved into second place on the league table with a 1-0 win Claudelands Rovers’ Galloway Park.

Scorer was Rachel Hill, with her 18th goal of the season.

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Youth Leagues

Cambridge U-13 boys travelled to Tauranga Blue Rovers’ Pemberton Park in the WaiBOP Federation Youth League. The result has not yet been posted.

In the WaiBOP Federation Junior League, Cambridge’s U-12 side (pictured) went down 3-2 to Taupo at Crown Park after leading 1-0 at half-time.

Both Cambridge goals were scored by Jamie Kenny.

Photo: Joanne Kelk.