2012 Waratah Cup

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2012 Waratah Cup
Country Australia (New South Wales)
Teams 85
Champions New South Wales Sutherland Sharks
Runners-up New South Wales APIA Leichhardt Tigers

The 2012 Waratah Cup was the 21st season of the Football NSW knookout competition. The preliminary round for the competition commenced on 23 March 2012.

The champions were Sutherland Sharks - their second title - who beat APIA Leichhardt Tigers in the Cup Final.

Preliminary Round[edit]

The draw was announced on 23 March 2012.

Home team Score Away team
Dunbar Rovers 2-1 Belmore United
Miranda Magpies 2-1 Hurstville City Minotaurs
Polonia Rams 0–6 Coogee United
Glenmore Park 1-0 Arncliffe Aurora
Belmore Eagles FC 4-6 Gymea United FC
FC Gazy Lansvale - Hills Pumas
Lilli Pilli FC 5-1 Luddenham United
Central Coast Mariners Academy 7-3 Loftus
Western Condors 2-3 West City FC
Auburn FC 4-1 Bangor FC
Picton Rangers 4–0 Forrest Rangers
Helensburgh Thistle 0-3 Canberra Olympic
Bass Hill RSL 5–2 Bathurst 75
All Saints Oatley 2-3 Rydalemere FC
Ponds FC 2–7 Waverley Old Boys
White City 1–2 Bondi FC
Hakoah FC 2-1 Barden Ridgebacks
  • Teams receiving a Bye into the First Round : Canberra FC, Inter Lions, Dee Why, Dapto Dandaloo, Mountains United, Liverpool Sports Club, Hawkesbury City, Sans Souci, Bulli, Nepean FC, Tarrawanna, Doonside Hawks, Enfield Rovers, Prospect United, Chullora Wolves.

First Round[edit]

Home team Score Away team
Lilli Pilli 4-2 Mountains United
Doonside 1-3 Nepean FC
Sans Souci 6-0 Gymea United FC
Bass Hill RSL 2-6 Waverley Old Boys
Auburn FC 0-0 (3-5 pens) Rydalmere FC
Glenmore Park 1-3 Bondi FC
Tarrawanna 4-0 Dunbar Rovers
Prospect United 1-1 (4-3 pens) Coogee United
Central Coast Mariners Academy 3-2 Inter Lions
Hawkesbury City 2-3 Canberra Olympic
Enfield Rovers 1-3 Canberra FC
Miranda Magpies 1-1 (3-4 pens) Picton Rangers
Chullora Wolves 0-9 West City FC
Bulli 1-2 Hills Pumas
Hakoah FC 2–3 Dapto Dandaloo
Liverpool Sports Club Dee Why

Second Round[edit]

Home team Score Away team
Prospect United 1-0 Waverley Old Boys
Granville Rage 3-4 Balmain SC
Hills Pumas 4-4 (3-1 pens) Northbridge FC
Dapto Dandaloo 5-1 Lilli Pilli
Bankstown City Lions 4-2 Hurstville FC
Central Coast Mariners Academy 0-1 Southern Bulls
Sydney University 3-4 University of NSW
Hills Brumbies FC 5-1 Bondi FC
Camden Tigers 1-2 Picton Rangers
Fraser Park FC 2-0 Schofield Scorpions
St George FC 3-0 Gladesville Ryde Magic
San Souci 1-4 Dulwich Hill
Tarrawanna 2-2 (11-10 pens) Liverpool Sports Club
Mounties Wanderers FC 1-3 Canberra FC
Mt Druitt Town Rangers 4-3 Canberra Olympic
Macarthur Rams 0-1 Northern Tigers FC
Bankstown Berries FC 4-1 Rydalmere FC
Inter Lions 1-2 Fairfield City Lions
Spirit FC 4-1 Stanmore Hawks
Nepean FC 3-1 West City FC

Third Round[edit]

Fourth Round[edit]

Quarter Finals[edit]

The quarter final draw was conducted on 23 May 2012.

Home team Score Away team
Marconi Stallions 0-5 APIA Leichhardt Tigers
Sutherland Sharks 1-0 Blacktown City Demons
Bonnyrigg White Eagles 0-3 Bankstown Berries
Dapto Dandaloo 6-2 Bankstown City Lions


The semi final draw was conducted on 8 June 2012.

20th June 2012
Sutherland Sharks New South Wales 2 – 1 New South Wales Dapto Dandaloo
Price Goal 35'
Bailey Goal 55'
Reid Goal 14'
Seymour Shaw Park
Referee: Adam Susz
20th June 2012
APIA Leichhardt New South Wales 2 – 1 New South Wales Bankstown Berries
Parisi Goal 22'
Casey Goal 78' (pen.)
Adjassou Goal 58'
Lambert Park
Referee: ?

Grand Final[edit]

8th July 2012
Sutherland Sharks New South Wales 4 – 1 New South Wales APIA Leichhardt Tigers
Price Goal 7'
Bailey Goal 23'
Powell Goal 56'
Nikas Goal 84'
Report [1] El Jamal Goal 87'
Cromer Park
Attendance: ~500
Referee: Kris Griffiths Jones


  1. ^ Dunkerley, Chris (July 2011). "NSW Waratah Cup 2012: Sharks too sharp !". Back Of The Net. Retrieved 17 June 2014. 

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