1999 Chatham Cup

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1999 Chatham Cup
Dates 18 September 1999
Championship venue North Harbour Stadium, North Shore
Champions Dunedin Technical (1st title)
Runners-up Waitakere City
Championship match score 4–0
Jack Batty Memorial Cup Aaron Burgess (Dunedin Technical)

The 1999 Chatham Cup was the 72nd annual nationwide knockout football competition in New Zealand.

Up to the last 16 of the competition, the cup was run in three regions (northern, central, and southern), with an open draw from the quarter-finals on. In all, 132 teams took part in the competition. Note: Different sources give different numberings for the rounds of the competition. Some record five rounds prior to the quarter-finals; others note a preliminary round followed by four rounds proper.

The 1999 final[edit]

Dunedin Technical made up for their big loss in the 1998 final, winning 4-0.

The Jack Batty Memorial Cup is awarded to the player adjudged to have made to most positive impact in the Chatham Cup final. The winner of the 1999 Jack Batty Memorial Cup was Aaron Burgess of Dunedin Technical.


Third Round[edit]

Central United (Auckland) 9 – 0 King's Arms Cosmos (Auckland)

Dunedin Technical 7 – 0 Waihopai (Invercargill)

Eastern Suburbs (Auckland) 1 – 1 (aet)* Otahuhu United

Melville United (Hamilton) 6 – 2 Dispensary Bar (Auckland)

Miramar Rangers 5 – 1 Red Sox Riverside (Palmerston N.)

Tikipunga (Whangarei) 0 – 3 Ngaruawahia United

University (Auckland) 4 – 2 Ellerslie

Waitakere City 1 – 0 Metro (Auckland)
* Won on penalties by Eastern Suburbs (4-3)

Fourth Round[edit]

* Won on penalties by Halswell United (8-7)

Fifth Round[edit]

* Won on penalties by Tauranga City (4-1)



15 August
Dunedin Technical 2 – 1 Napier City Rovers
Hughes, Seales McIvor

15 August
Waitakere City 4 – 0 Takapuna City
Viljoen 2, Stephens, Campbell


18 September
Dunedin Technical 4 – 0 Waitakere City
Marshall, Tee, Flaws, Burgess [1]