How our senior and youth teams fared at the weekend

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

Two draws were the best results by Cambridge senior men’s teams in Saturday games at John Kerkhof Park.

The Reds drew their Northern League derby with Claudelands Rovers 1-1 while the D1s drew with the same scoreline against Te Awamutu in their Waikato Division 3 match.

Here’s how our teams fared at the weekend:

Lotto NRFL second division

In the main game, a last-minute penalty scored by Claudelands Rovers prevented Cambridge from winning their third Lotto NRFL second division match in a row. The game ended 1-1.

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In the early game, Cambridge reserves lost a 10-goal thriller by 4-6 to Claudelands Rovers.

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Matchday Sponsor

Saturday’s matchday sponsor was RICOH who print our matchday magazine, RED.

WaiBOP Championship

Our WaiBOP Championship team’s match at Papamoa was postponed by mutual agreement. It has been rescheduled for late August.

Waikato Men’s Divisions

In Division 3, Cambridge D1s drew 1-1 with Te Awamutu.

Our Waipa rivals took a first half lead but Mariano Castellon scored the equaliser for Cambridge in the second spell.

(The D1s fixture on Easter Saturday has been postponed – click here for more information).

Photo gallery – D1s v Te Awamutu

In Division 4, Cambridge D2s (see main photo) were beaten 3-0 by Morrinsville at John Kerkhof Park.

Scorers for the visitors were Aston Hurd (2) and Kynan Bilton.

Photo gallery – D2s v Morrinsville

Waikato Women’s League

On Sunday, our women’s team played Claudelands Rovers in the Waikato Women’s Division 1, losing 3-2.

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Federation Youth & Junior Leagues

The Cambridge U–13 Y-League Boys lost 4-3 to Melville United at John Kerkhof Park on Sunday.

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Cambridge’s U–12 J-League Boys hosted Hamilton Wanderers, drawing 4-4 after the sides were tied 2-2 at the break.

Matchday Magazine

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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.

Our grounds will be particularly busy this weekend and we ask visitors to not park in the carpark spaces marked reserved as these will be used by volunteers needing to work in our clubrooms (including caterers, bar, committee members). Thanks.

Click here for more information about our grounds.