Cambridge spectators can look forward to a top-of-the-table match from the WaiBOP Championship this Saturday with the visit of unbeaten Tokoroa to John Kerkhof Park.
Only Cambridge and second-placed Tokoroa have 100% winning records from the first three rounds of competition and this match looks certain to decide which team assumes title favouritism.
Here’s how the weekend shapes up:
Lotto NRFL second division
The Reds travel to South Auckland’s Papatoetoe in search of their third win in a row.
Cambridge have found winning form since Easter, beating Hibiscus Coast 4-1 and then local rivals Claudelands Rovers 2-1 last weekend. Papatoetoe have only one win so far in the competition.
The clubs’ U-23 sides will play at 12.30pm, followed by the first teams who will kick off at 3pm.
Cambridge host Tokoroa in this top-of-the-table clash at John Kerkhof Park, kicking off at 2.45pm on Saturday.
Cambridge were impressive last weekend, beating the previously unbeaten Hamilton Wanderers 4-2, despite trailing 0-2 at the break.
Waikato Division 1
Cambridge lost their opening day match to Claudelands Rovers by 2-0 and this weekend they head to Galloway Park to face Rovers’ second entry in the same division.
The match kicks off at 12.30pm.
Waikato Division 4
Having won last weekend’s opening game – and been unbeaten in pre-season – expectations are rising for the Cambridge team in this division.
They get to play Putaruru Rangers at John Kerkhof Park on Saturday (12.30pm).
The Over-35s D1 team host Ngaruawahia United at 2.45pm on Saturday.
The club’s second Over-35s team, Cambridge 2, head to Hamilton’s Korikori Park where they play Northern United Old Boys, kicking off at 2.45pm.
Sunday: Waikato women’s Division 2
Cambridge get a bye this week, after their 5-1 opening day win against Northern United. The team’s next fixture is a round 1 game in the Waikato Women’s Cup against Tokoroa.
Sunday: WaiBOP Y-League
Cambridge U-15s travel to Hamilton’s Galloway Park to play Claudelands Rovers at 11am.
Cambridge’s U-13s have a bye following the cancellation of their game against Hamilton Wanderers U-15 girls at Raymond Park. The Wanderers side has withdrawn from the competition.
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To use the iDMe contact tracing system, in line with New Zealand Football guidelines for helping combat the risk of infection from COVID-19, we ask our members, players and visitors – including those from visiting clubs – to manually log-in using our unique venue code for John Kerkhof Park which is P-E-S-F-D.
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.
We ask visitors to not park in the car park spaces marked reserved as these will be used by volunteers needing to work in our clubrooms (including caterers, bar, committee members). Thanks.