1964 Chatham Cup

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1964 Chatham Cup
Dates 2 May – 5 September 1964
Championship venue Basin Reserve, Wellington
Champions Mount Roskill (1st title)
Runners-up King Edward Technical College Old Boys
Championship match score 3 – 1

The 1964 Chatham Cup was the 37th annual nationwide knockout football competition in New Zealand.

The competition was run on a regional basis, with regional associations each holding separate qualifying rounds. As there were different numbers of rounds in each region, the round names given here are only approximate.

Other teams taking part in the final rounds are known to have included Napier Rovers.

Highlights and lowlights[edit]

Noteworthy incidents which occurred during the 1964 Chatham Cup include a match between Kawerau and Whakatane Town, which was delayed for 20 minutes after a goal collapsed when Whakatane forward B. Good slid into the net while scoring his side's first goal.[1] A match between Mount Roskill and Whangarei High School Old Boys was also delayed when a late switch of venue caused several Whangarei players to fail to arrive at the ground. The match was delayed before Whangarei finally took to the field with several reserve players.[2]

The 1964 final[edit]

The Mount had the perfect start to the final, with Geoff Cozens scoring in the second minute. Ray Darby doubled the lead halfway through the first half, and the Aucklanders went to the break 2-0 up. Darby made it three in the 73rd minute, and the 80th-minute strike from Tech's Bill Porteous was merely a consolation effort.[3]

Results[edit]

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First Round[edit]

2 May 1964
Hamilton 4 – 0 Otorohanga
Emmott 2, Ironsides, Thornton [4]

2 May 1964
Huntly 11 – 5 Matamata
[4]

9 May 1964
North Shore United 3 – 1 Mount Albert
McNichol, Maynard, Paterson [5] Wheeler
Blandford Park, Auckland

9 May 1964
Mount Roskill 4 – 3 Mount Wellington
Cochran 2, Blanchette, G. Cozens [5] Lamont 3
Blandford Park, Auckland

Second Round[edit]

23 May 1964
Canterbury University 2 – 1 (aet) Cashmere Wanderers
Lill, Whitehead [6] Totka

23 May 1964
Christchurch City 9 – 1 Riccarton
Madrussen 3, Bruce 2, Watson 2, Zeilburger, Nuttridge [6] Crozier

23 May 1964
Grey Lynn 4 – 2 Eden (Auckland)
Dobric 3, Bossan [8] Flatman 2

13 June 1964
King Edward TCOB (Dunedin) 2 – 0 Saint Kilda
[7]

23 May 1964
Mount Roskill 5 – 2 Eastern Suburbs (Auckland)
Darby 2, Leuschke, Cochran, Gilmour [8] Wrathall 2
Blandford Park, Auckland

23 May 1964
Mount Wellington 4 – 3 Mount Albert
Houghton 2, Lamont, Lyles [8] Thompson 2, Dickens

23 May 1964
New Brighton 7 – 0 Waterside Canterbury (Christchurch)
Robinson 3, Horne 2, Proost, Moller [6]

13 June 1964
Northern (Dunedin) 3 – 1 Caversham
[7]

23 May 1964
North Shore United 4 – 1 Metro (Auckland)
Maynard 3, Patterson [8] Gager

13 June 1964
Roslyn-Wakari 4 – 2 Mosgiel
[7]

23 May 1964
Western (Christchurch) 3 – 2 Christchurch HSOB
Smith, Clements, Bishop [6] Thomas, Kay
  • Claudelands Rovers beat either Tokoroa or Huntly
  • Hamilton beat either Tokoroa or Huntly

Third Round[edit]

30 May 1964
Canterbury University 0 – 3 Western
[9] Bussey, Clements, Torkington (pen.)
Ilam Road, Christchurch
Referee: W. Higgins

30 May 1964
Christchurch City 6 – 1 Christchurch Technical
Bruce 3, Madrussen, Westwood, Nuttridge [9] Dent
Linwood Park, Christchurch
Referee: P. Donnelly

6 June 1964
Claudelands Rovers 3 – 2 Hamilton
McNeil, Wheallans, Daly [10] Dekkers, Emmott

13 June 1964
Eastern Union (Gisborne) 5 – 0 Riverina (Wairoa)
Mulrooney 3, Jones 2 [11]

9 May 1964
Invercargill Thistle 6 – 0 Queens Park (Invercargill)
Steele 2, Dick, Patterson, ?, ? [12]

16 May 1964
Kawerau 3 – 7 Whakatane Town
Kawerau

20 June 1964
King Edward TCOB 3 – 1 Dunedin HSOB
Connor, Parata, Brown [13] Smith (og)
Caledonian Ground, South Dunedin
Referee: A. Williams

13 June 1964
Mount Roskill 3 – 0 Grey Lynn
G. Cozens, Blanchette, Darby [11]

30 May 1964
Nomads (Christchurch) 6 – 2 New Brighton
Muirson 4, McLean, Martin [9] Horne, Smythe
English Park, Christchurch
Referee: R. W. Cullen

20 June 1964
Roslyn-Wakari 2 – 3 Northern
Rennie, Loan [13] Berry 3
Caledonian Ground, South Dunedin
Referee: R. McDonald

30 May 1964
Shamrock (Christchurch) 4 – 2 Christchurch Rangers
Killick 2, Hinchley, Yates [9] Taylor, Ansell
English Park, Christchurch
Referee: W.M. Littlewood

Fourth Round[edit]

27 June 1964
Kahukura (Rotorua) 2 – 1 Claudelands Rovers
Nevison, Boyle [14] Ironside

23 May 1964
Invercargill Thistle 7 – 2 Old Boys (Invercargill)
Steele 5, Paterson, ? [15] Baker, ?

27 June 1964
King Edward TCOB 1 – 0 Northern
Paul [16]
Caledonian Ground, South Dunedin
Referee: A. Patton

13 June 1964
Moturoa  ? – ? Wanganui United
[17]

6 June 1964
Nomads 4 – 3 Christchurch City
McLean 2, Martin, Muirson [17] Bruce 2, Nuttridge

27 June 1964
North Shore United 4 – 1 Eastern Union
Paterson 2, Cripsey, Middleton [14] Pugh

13 June 1964
Palmerston North Thistle 6 – 3 Saint Andrews (Palmerston North)

27 June 1964
Papatoetoe 1 – 7 Mount Roskill
Bachelor [14] Cochrane 3, G. Cozens 2, Blanchette, A. Cozens

23 May 1964
Waihopai 4 – 2 Invercargill United
Sinclair 2, Healey, Duffy [15] Gauldie 2

6 June 1964
Western 2 – 1 Shamrock
Clements, Treadwell [17] McParland

Fifth Round[edit]

11 July 1964
King Edward TCOB 7 – 0 Oamaru
Porteous 3, Paul 2, Brown, Connor [18]
Caledonian Ground, South Dunedin
Referee: A. Patton

11 July 1964
Mount Roskill 6 – 0 Whangarei HSOB
Blanchette 3, Darby, Kemp, Leuschke [2]
Mangere
Referee: J. Musto

13 June 1964
Nomads 3 – 2 (aet) Western
Muirson 2, Martin [19] Smith, Bussey

Referee: R.W. Cullen

11 July 1964
North Shore United 7 – 1 Kahukura
Paterson 5, Russell, Cripsey [2] Theunnissen

6 June 1964
Waihopai (Invercargill) 1 – 0 Invercargill Thistle
 ? (og) [20]
Surrey Park, Invercargill
Referee: T. Griggs

Quarter-finals ("Zone finals")[edit]

25 July 1964
King Edward TCOB 9 – 2 Waihopai
Paul 3, Connor 3 (1 pen.), Porteous 2, Smith (pen.) [21] Muir 2 (2 pen.)
Caledonian Ground, South Dunedin
Referee: J. Sharman

25 July 1964
Mount Roskill 3 – 2 (aet) North Shore United
Darby 2, Squires [22] Paterson, Maynard

18 July 1964
Nelson Rangers 3 – 2 (aet) Nomads
Clinton, Thomas, McBride [23] Muirson 2
Nelson
Referee: J. Nicol

Semi-finals ("Island finals")[edit]

8 August 1964
Mount Roskill 3 – 1 (aet) Palmerston North Thistle
Lesuschke, Orrell, Blanchette [24] Armitage

15 August 1964
Nelson Rangers 1 – 4 King Edward TCOB
 ? [25] Paul 2, Parata, Porteous
Trafalgar Park, Nelson
Referee: C. Anderson

Final[edit]

5 September 1964
Mount Roskill 3 – 1 King Edward TCOB
G. Cozens, Darby 2 [3] Porteous
Basin Reserve, Wellington
Referee: T.J. Ward

References[edit]

  1. ^ New Zealand Herald, 18 May 1964, sect. 2, p. 4
  2. ^ a b c New Zealand Herald, 13 July 1964, sect. 2, p. 3
  3. ^ a b Hilton, T. (1991) An association with soccer. Auckland: The New Zealand Football Association. ISBN 0-473-01291-X. p. 74
  4. ^ a b c d New Zealand Herald, 4 May 1964, sect. 2, p. 2
  5. ^ a b New Zealand Herald, 11 May 1964, sect. 2, p. 3
  6. ^ a b c d Christchurch Press, 25 May 1964, p. 53
  7. ^ a b c d Otago Daily Times, 15 June 1964
  8. ^ a b c d New Zealand Herald, 25 May 1964, sect. 2, p. 4
  9. ^ a b c d Christchurch Press, 1 June 1964, p. 11
  10. ^ New Zealand Herald, 8 June 1964, sect. 2, p. 2
  11. ^ a b c New Zealand Herald, 15 June 1964, sect. 2, p. 2
  12. ^ Southland Times, 8 May 1964, p. 11
  13. ^ a b Otago Daily Times, 22 June 1964
  14. ^ a b c New Zealand Herald, 29 June 1964, sect. 2, p. 2
  15. ^ a b Southland Times, 25 May 1964, p. 3
  16. ^ Otago Daily Times, 29 June 1964
  17. ^ a b c Christchurch Press, 8 June 1964, p. 8
  18. ^ Otago Daily Times, 13 July 1964
  19. ^ Christchurch Press, 15 June 1964, p. 13
  20. ^ Southland Times, 8 June 1964. p. 12
  21. ^ Otago Daily Times, 27 July 1964
  22. ^ New Zealand Herald, 27 July 1964, sect. 2, p. 3
  23. ^ Christchurch Press, 20 July 1964, p. 13
  24. ^ New Zealand Herald, 10 August 1964, sect. 2, p. 3
  25. ^ Otago Daily Times, 17 August 1964