2010 Waratah Cup

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2010 Waratah Cup
"12"
(Waratah)
Country  Australia (NSW)
Teams 100 +
Defending champions Sutherland Sharks
Champions Marconi Stallions
Runners-up Spirit FC
Matches played 79
Goals scored 313 (3.96 per match)

The 2010 Waratah Cup (known as the 2010 McDonald's Cup for sponsorship reasons) was the 8th season of the knockout competition under the Waratah Cup name.

The competition featured clubs from all parts of NSW - from Association, NSW State League Division One, NSW State League Division Two, NSW Super League and NSW Premier League competitions.[1]

The winners were Marconi Stallions, their first title.[2]

Preliminary round[edit]

Three matches kick started the 2010 McDonald's Cup campaign on Wednesday 31 March after as many as seven games were cancelled due to wet weather conditions that gripped Sydney. In the three matches St George Association based Sans Souci defeated Eastern Suburbs based Association side Pagewood Botany 2–1 in what was a fiercely contested match. State League Two new boys Belmore Hercules had their work cut out but managed to defeat Bankstown Association’s Bankstown Sports Strikers 2–1 at Crest while at Seymour Shaw State League Two side Fairfield Wanderers easily disposed of Sutherland Association’s Bangor Junior 5–0. Daniel Gonzalez was the hero for the Wanderers after hitting a first half hat-trick while there were also goals from Sanchez and Olvarez.

Tie no Home team Score Away team
1 Collaroy Cromer 2–0 West Pymble
2 Mosman FC 4–1 Northside Monash
3 Lidcombe Waratahs 1–2 Dee Why FC
4 Pacific Hills Dural FC 1–2 St. Josephs Rydalmere
5 Auburn Sports FC 2–0 Yagoona Lions

First Round[edit]

Tie no Home team Score Away team
1 Roosters FC 4–3 Kirrawee Football Club
2 Sans Souci 2–1 Sydney Hakoah
3 Prospect FC 6–1 Granville Waratahs
4 Seaforth Football Club 4–1 Fairfield Bulls
5 Riverstone Schofields 1–2 Ariana Football Club
6 Lokomotiv Cove FC 3–0 Fairfield Wanderers
7 Gymea United 1–3 Dandaloo Sports
8 Luddenham United 3–2 Gazy Lansvale
9 Doonside Hawks 2–1 Toongabbie FC
10 Baulkham Hills 0–1 Gwawley Bay
11 Hurstville City Minotaurs 0–2 Buli FC
12 Collaroy Cromer 3–2 Dunbar Rovers
13 Hawkesbury City SC 2–1 Auburn Wednesday
14 Mosman FC 4–3 Coogee United Wednesday
15 Springwood FC 2–0 St. Josephs Rydlemere
16 Dee Why FC 2 – 2 (2–4 pens) Belmore Hercules

Second Round[edit]

Tie no Home team Score Away team
1 Mounties Wanderers 1–0 Luddenham FC
2 Spirit FC 6–0 Hurstville ZFC
3 Parramatta Eagles 4–1 Balmain SC
4 Lokomotiv Cove FC 0–2 Sydney University
5 Macarthur Rams 3 – 3 (1–4) pens Fairfield City Lions
6 Sans Souci FC 1–6 Inter Lions
7 Collaroy Cromer 4–2 Central Coast Lightning
8 Granville Rage 2–1 UNSW
9 Hawkesbury City 1 – 1 (3–1) pens Seaforth FC
10 Gwawley Bay 1 – 1 (3–2) pens Dulwich Hill FC
11 Bulli FC 2–3 Northern Tigers FC
12 Mt Druitt Town Rangers 0–5 Mosman FC
13 Doonside Hawks 3–0 Ariana Football Club
14 Prospect FC 0–2 Camden Tigers FC
15 Hills Brumbies 3–1 FC Bossy Liverpool
16 Fraser Park FC 1–2 Stanmore Hawks
17 St. George FC 2–1 Gladesville Ryde Magic
18 Schofield Scorpions FC 3–2 Belmore Hercules
19 Roosters FC 1–4 Dandaloo FC
20 Blacktown Spartans 3–0 Springwood FC

Third Round[edit]

Tie no Home team Score Away team
1 Mounties Wanderers 1–7 Sydney University FC
2 Spirit FC 2–0 Camden Tigers
3 Parramatta Eagles 1–2 Fairfield City Lions
4 Manly United FC 5–1 Collaroy Cromer Strikers
5 Blacktown City FC 7–0 Stanmore Hawks
6 Marconi Stallions 1–0 West Sydney Berries
7 Granville Rage 3–0 Sydney Olympic
8 Hawkesbury City 0–4 Northern Tigers FC
9 Mosman FC 1 –3 APIA Leichhardt Tigers
10 Doonside Hawks 1–4 Gwawley Bay
11 Sydney United 1 – 1 (4–2) pens Inter Lions
12 Bonnyrigg White Eagles 1–2 South Coast Wolves
13 St. George FC 0–1 Sutherland Sharks
14 Bankstown City Lions 8–0 Schofields Scorpions
15 Dandaloo FC 4–1 Hills Brumbies
16 Blacktown Spartans 1–0 Rockdale City Suns

Fourth Round[edit]

Tie no Home team Score Away team
1 Granville Rage 3–2 Northern Tigers FC
2 Fairfield City Lions 1–4 Manly United
3 Sydney University FC 0–2 Blacktown City FC
4 APIA Leichhardt Tigers 2–3 Marconi Stallions
5 Sutherland Sharks 4–1 Dandaloo FC
6 Blacktown Spartans 4–3 Sydney United
7 Bankstown City Lions 0–1 South Coast Wolves
8 Spirit FC 4–0 Gwawley Bay

Quarter Finals[edit]

Five of the quarter finalists were from the New South Wales Premier League, 2 teams from the NSW Super League and 1 team from NSW State League Division One.[3] All games were played on 9 June 2010.

9 June 2010
Spirit FC 2–0 South Coast Wolves
Daniel Cunningham Goal 14' (pen)
Ben Gough Goal 59'
Report
Christie Park
Attendance: 50
Referee: Kevin Peddie

9 June 2010
Manly United 2–3 Marconi Stallions
Chris Payne Goal 24'47' Report Alex Canak Goal 8'
Laurence Braude Goal 18'
Nahuel Arrarte Goal 81'
Cromer Park
Referee: Ryan Shepheard

9 June 2010
Sutherland Sharks 0–2 Blacktown City
Report Tolgay Ozbey Goal 18'45' (pen)
Seymour Shaw Park
Referee: Kurt Ahms

9 June 2010
Granville Rage 1–3 Blacktown Spartans FC
Pat Cappuccio Goal 50' (pen) Report Reece Iredale Goal 3'
Glenn McPherson Goal 71'78'
Garside Park
Attendance: 100
Referee: Andrew Best

Semi Finals[edit]

22 June 2010
Blacktown City FC 2 – 3 (aet) Spirit FC
Ozbey Goal 10'
Chianese Goal 29'
Peatey Goal 7'
Papanicolaou Goal 70'
Nicoloau Goal 116'
Lily Homes Stadium
Attendance: 100
Referee: Andrew Best

23 June 2010
Blacktown Spartans FC 1 – 2 (aet) Marconi Stallions
McPherson Goal 95' Mallia Goal 93'
Canak Goal 120'
Francis Park
Referee: Kevin Peddie

Final[edit]

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