2012–13 CHA Cup

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2012–13 CHA Cup
Teams 35 (15 male, 20 female)
Champions TBC
Runners-up TBC

The 2012–13 Cornwall Hockey Association Cup will be the 2012-13 season of the Cornwall Hockey Association Knockout Cup, known as the Cornwall Cup or CHA Cup. The CHA Cup is the flagship competition organised by the Cornwall Hockey Association, contested by senior male and female hockey teams in the county of Cornwall.

Entries for the competition were confirmed in August 2012, with 35 (of a possible 36) teams representing all 12 clubs eligible to compete in the competition. The competition will begin in September 2012 with the Ladies Cup, Preliminary Round and culminate with the Ladies Cup Final in April 2013 at Penzance HC. Truro HC and Newquay HC are the respective defending champions of the Men's and Ladies Cups.

Format[edit]

Both the Men's Cup and Ladies Cup are to be contested as knockout competitions, with a single defeat eliminating the losing team. A team which is defeated in, or prior to, Round 1 of the Cup competition will qualify for the 2012–13 Cornwall Hockey Association Plate.

2012-13 will see the draws for all rounds of the competitions made prior to the start of the tournament, thereby allowing teams to analyse their potential opponents in any subsequent rounds.

Teams and calendar[edit]

Men's Cup[edit]

15 (out of a possible 16) teams representing all seven eligible clubs entered the competition.

Club Teams eligible Teams entered Notes
Bodmin 2 2
Bude 2 2
Camborne SoM 2 2
Caradon 1 1
Duchy 2 2
Penzance 3 2 Penzance elected not to enter their 3rd XI
Truro 4 4
Total 16 15
Round Main date Teams involved Winners from
previous round
New entries
Round 1 TBC 14 - 14
Quarter Final TBC 8 7 1
Semi Final TBC 4 4 0
Final TBC 2 2 0

Of the fifteen competing teams, fourteen were entered into Round 1 of the competition, with the seven winners joining defending champions, an first ranked team, Truro in the quarter finals.

Ladies Cup[edit]

All 20 teams, representing all twelve eligible clubs entered the Ladies Cup.

Club Teams Eligible Teams Entered Notes
Bodmin 1 1
Bude 2 2
Callington 1 1
Camborne SoM 1 1
Caradon 3 3
Duchy 1 1
Falmouth 3 3
Launceston 1 1
Newquay 2 2
Penzance 2 2
St. Austell 1 1
Truro 2 1
Total 20 20

Of the twenty competing teams, eight were entered into a Preliminary Round with the four winners joining the remaining twelve teams in Round 1. The eight teams contesting the Preliminary Round were those teams ranked lowest based upon their finishing position in the 2011-12 league season.

Round Main Date Teams Involved Winners from
previous round
New entries
Preliminary Round 25 Sep 11 6 0 6
Round 1 30 Oct 11 16 3 13
Quarter Final 29 Jan 12 8 8 0
Semi Final 18 Mar 12 4 4 0
Final 15 Apr 12 2 2 0

Results and Fixtrues[edit]

The draw for both the Men's Cup and Ladies' Cup was carried out on 25 July 2012.

Men's Cup[edit]

Round 1 Quarter Finals Semi Finals Final
                       
14 Truro C 1
6 Penzance 9
6 Penzance
4 Truro A
4 Truro A w/o
11 Penzance A
 
 
5 Bude
12 Camborne SoM A
 
2 Bodmin
2 Bodmin 9
13 Bude A 1
 
 
1 Truro
- -bye-
1 Truro
7 Duchy
9 Truro B 3
7 Duchy 4
 
 
8 Caradon 11
10 Bodmin A 1
8 Caradon
3 Camborne SoM
15 Duchy A 3
3 Camborne SoM 5

Ladies Cup[edit]

Preliminary Round[edit]

The eight lowest ranked teams in the competition (based upon their finishing position in the 2011-12 league season) will contest the Preliminary Round. The draw was carried out at random. Rankings are shown in parentheses.

Match Home Team Away Team Result
A Caradon III [16] Callington [19] 1-3
B Truro II [15] Caradon II [14] w/o to Truro II
C Falmouth III [18] Bodmin [13] 4-10
D Launceston [17] Newquay II [20] 0-1

Main Draw[edit]

Round 1 Quarter Finals Semi Finals Final
                       
3 Bude 12
19 Callington 0
3 Bude
1 Newquay
11 Duchy 1
1 Newquay 6
 
 
8 Camborne SoM w/o
10 St. Austell
8 Camborne SoM
6 Truro
6 Truro 14
14 Truro II 1
 
 
7 Bude II 5
13 Bodmin 0
7 Bude II
2 Falmouth
9 Falmouth II 0
9 Falmouth 10
 
 
12 Penzance II 6
4 Caradon 7
4 Caradon
5 Penzance
5 Penzance 16
20 Newquay II 2

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