2011–12 NZF Cup

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2011–12 White Ribbon Cup
NZF White Ribbon Cup.jpg
Founded 2011
Region New Zealand (OFC)
Number of teams 6
Current champions WellingtonPhoenixColours.png Team Wellington
Website Official Website

The 2011–12 NZF Cup, also known as the 2011–12 White Ribbon Cup, is the inaugural tournament involving ASB Premiership clubs not involved Champion League football. This is the first year it is being played, mainly for the purpose of giving ASB Premiership clubs much needed football involvement during gap weeks that the OFC Champion League is being played.

Participants[edit]

Auckland and Waitakere both topped the 2010-11 ASB Premiership, earning them a place in the 2011-12 OFC Champions League. The six remaining ASB Premiership teams were then entered into the White Ribbon Cup where they were split into two conferences relating to their geographic location with Waikato, Hawke's Bay and Manawatu forming the Northern Conference and Wellington, Canterbury and Otago forming the Southern Conference.[1]

Northern Conference Southern Conference
Waikatocolours.png Waikato FC WellingtonPhoenixColours.png Team Wellington
Yhmcolours.png YoungHeart Manawatu Cantabcolours.png Canterbury United
Hawkesbaycolours.png Hawke's Bay United Otagocolours.png Otago United

Schedule[edit]

Round Date
Group Stage Matchday 1 3 December 2011
Matchday 2 19 February 2012
Matchday 3 3 March 2012
Final 1 April 2012

Group Stage[edit]

Within each conference, each team plays the other two teams once. The top team from each conference then play each other in the grand final to determine the winner of the White Ribbon cup.

Northern Conference[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Waikatocolours.png Waikato FC 2 2 0 0 5 1 +4 6
Hawkesbaycolours.png Hawke's Bay United 2 1 0 1 5 2 +3 3
Yhmcolours.png YoungHeart Manawatu 2 0 0 2 1 8 −7 0

3 December 2011
14:00 UTC+13:00
Waikato FC Waikatocolours.png 2–0 Hawkesbaycolours.png Hawke's Bay United
Tyler Lissette Goal 17'
Jason Hicks Goal 29'
Report
Crown Park, Taupo
Referee: Chris Kerr

4 March 2012
14:00 UTC+13:00
Hawke's Bay United Hawkesbaycolours.png 5–0 Yhmcolours.png YoungHeart Manawatu
Stu Wilson Goal 26'37'
Danny Wilson Goal 42'
Matt Hastings Goal 78'
Stephen Hindmarch Goal 84'
Bluewater Stadium, Napier
Referee: Jonathan Price

17 March 2012
14:00 UTC+13:00
YoungHeart Manawatu Yhmcolours.png 1–3 Waikatocolours.png Waikato FC
Seule Soromon Goal 18' Report Ryan Thomas Goal 19'40'
Mohammed Awad Goal 50'
Memorial Park, Manawatu
Referee: Nick Waldron

Southern Conference[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
WellingtonPhoenixColours.png Team Wellington 2 2 0 0 9 1 +8 6
Cantabcolours.png Canterbury United 2 1 0 1 2 4 −2 3
Otagocolours.png Otago United 2 0 0 2 2 8 −6 0

3 December 2011
14:00 UTC+13:00
Team Wellington WellingtonPhoenixColours.png 3–0 Cantabcolours.png Canterbury
Dakota Lucas Goal 9'20'30' Report
David Farrington Park, Wellington
Referee: Jamie Cross

19 February 2012
14:00 UTC+13:00
Canterbury Cantabcolours.png 2–1 Otagocolours.png Otago United
Aaron Clapham Goal 6' (pen.)
Geoff MacIntyre Goal 72'
Preview
Report
Ant Hancock Goal 85'

4 March 2012
14:00 UTC+13:00
Otago United Otagocolours.png 1–6 WellingtonPhoenixColours.png Team Wellington
Tristan Prattley Goal 53' (pen.) Report Louis Fenton Goal 2'35'46'
Michael Eagar Goal 3'44' (pen.)
Dakota Lucas Goal 82' (pen.)

Final[edit]

1 April 2012
13:00 UTC+12:00
Waikato FC Waikatocolours.png 1–6 WellingtonPhoenixColours.png Team Wellington
Adam Thomas Goal 55' (pen.) Report Ethan Galbraith Goal 12'57'75'
Patrick Fleming Goal 16'
Henry Fa'arodo Goal 46'
Dakota Lucas Goal 90+5'
Gower Park, Hamilton
Referee: Mark Hester

Top goalscorers[edit]

Goals Player Team
5 New Zealand Dakota Lucas WellingtonPhoenixColours.png Team Wellington
3 New Zealand Louis Fenton WellingtonPhoenixColours.png Team Wellington
New Zealand Ethan Galbraith WellingtonPhoenixColours.png Team Wellington
2 New Zealand Stu Wilson Hawkesbaycolours.png Hawke's Bay United
New Zealand Michael Eagar WellingtonPhoenixColours.png Team Wellington
New Zealand Ryan Thomas Waikatocolours.png Waikato FC
1 New Zealand Aaron Clapham Cantabcolours.png Canterbury United
New Zealand Geoff MacIntyre Cantabcolours.png Canterbury United
England Danny Wilson Hawkesbaycolours.png Hawke's Bay United
New Zealand Matt Hastings Hawkesbaycolours.png Hawke's Bay United
England Stephen Hindmarch Hawkesbaycolours.png Hawke's Bay United
New Zealand Ant Hancock Otagocolours.png Otago United
New Zealand Tristan Prattley Otagocolours.png Otago United
New Zealand Patrick Fleming WellingtonPhoenixColours.png Team Wellington
New Zealand Henry Fa'arodo WellingtonPhoenixColours.png Team Wellington
New Zealand Tyler Lissette Waikatocolours.png Waikato FC
New Zealand Jason Hicks Waikatocolours.png Waikato FC
New ZealandSomalia Mohammed Awad Waikatocolours.png Waikato FC
New Zealand Adam Thomas Waikatocolours.png Waikato FC
Vanuatu Seule Soromon Yhmcolours.png YoungHeart Manawatu

References[edit]

  1. ^ "White Ribbon Cup to kick off this weekend". asbpremiership.com. 30 November 2011.