Cambridge spectators have three senior and youth games at John Kerkhof Park this weekend.
On Saturday, Cambridge will host a top-of-the-table clash with Waikato Division 4 leaders Tokoroa (12.30pm), followed by the D1s’ over 35s’ match against Melville Old Boys (2.45pm).
On Sunday, Cambridge U-13s host Rotorua United in the WaiBOP Y-League (11am).
Here’s how the weekend shapes up:
Saturday: Lotto NRFL second division
The Reds and the U-23s reserves take a break this weekend with all second division clubs having no fixtures scheduled.
Saturday: WaiBOP Championship
Third-placed Cambridge travel to second-placed Otumoetai as the race for the Championship tightens up.
With Tauranga Old Blues in top spot, the title race has turned into a three-way affair and every game counts.
The game starts at 12.30pm.
Friday: Waikato Division 1
Cambridge play Melville United NOBS under floodlights at Gower Park (7pm) to get the club’s footballing weekend underway.
Saturday: Waikato Division 4
Cambridge meet top-of-the-table Tokoroa at John Kerkhof Park (12.30pm) in a match that could prove crucial for the home team’s hopes of winning the competition.
Three points would be enough to lift Cambridge above Tokoroa on the table.
Saturday: Over 35s
The D1 team play Melville United Old Boys at John Kerkhof Park (12.00pm).
The Cambridge 2 side travel to Northern United Seniles (2.45pm).
Sunday: Waikato Women’s Division 2
Competition leaders Cambridge travel to Claudelands Rovers’ Galloway Park on Sunday (kick off 11am).
Sunday: WaiBOP Y-League
The U-12s play Melville United at Gower Park (10am).
The U-13s were to play Rotorua United at John Kerkhof Park (11am) but the game was postponed due to the closure of John Kerkhof Park following heavy rain.
The U-15s have a bye.
Cambridge High School’s boys’ first XI play Hamilton Boys’ High under floodlights at 6pm on Friday at Gower Park.
CHS will play up to eight home games under floodlights on Friday nights at John Kerkhof Park this season – please check this website for updates.
Our club provides a choice of contact tracing systems – you can use either or both:
Scan the QR code poster for the government’s contact tracing app.
Log in to the web-based iDMe system used by NZ Football and clubs throughout the country.
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.