2011 Chatham Cup

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2011 Chatham Cup
Dates 28 August 2011
Championship venue Memorial Park, Palmerston North
Champions Wairarapa United (1st title)
Runners-up Napier City Rovers
Championship match score 2 – 1
Jack Batty Memorial Cup Scott Robinson (Wairarapa United)

The 2011 ASB Chatham Cup is New Zealand's 84th knockout football competition.

The 2011 competition had a preliminary round, a qualification round, and four rounds proper before quarter-finals, semi-finals, and a final. Competition was run in three regions (northern, central, southern) until the quarter-finals, from which stage the draw was open. In all, 120 teams entered the competition.

The 2011 final[edit]

With both finalists coming from the lower North Island, it was decided by NZF to hold the final at a neutral venue in the same part of the country. As such, Palmerston North's Memorial Park played host to the final for the first time.[1]

The final was played in front of a crowd of some 3,000 spectators. Underdogs Wairarapa won the final largely through their Pacific Island combination of Seule Soromon and Pita Rabo. They took the lead in the 24th minute after a period of pressure, when striker Soromon latched onto a cross from right winger Dale Higham, heading the ball past Hawke's Bay goalkeeper Shaun Peta. Early in the second half, Wairarapa failed to double the lead, when a penalty taken by their captain Adam Cowan hit the woodwork. Napier came back strongly, scoring an equaliser through Fergus Neil in the 67th minute. From this point, however, the game was largely under Wairarapa's control, and a late goal from Rabo secured the win.[2]

The Jack Batty Memorial Cup for the final's most valuable player was awarded to Wairarapa's Scott Robinson.

Results[edit]

Second Round[edit]

6 June
Upper Hutt 2 – 0 Tawa
* Won on penalties by Manurewa (5-4) and Western (4-1)
Central United, East Coast Bays, Melville United, Onehunga Sports, and Three Kings United received byes to the Third Round.

Third Round[edit]


Westlake BHS 3 – 4 Waitemata
Roberts Goal 30', Buswell Goal 35', Groen Goal 50' Corner Goal 1', Aalbers Goal 70', Goldsmith Goal 75' (pen.), Williams Goal 84'


Hamilton Wanderers 1 – 2 Manurewa
Van Ewert Roberts, Kay


East Coast Bays 1 – 2 (aet) Onehunga Sports
Bresnahan Day, Jabir



Bay Olympic 8 – 0 Hibiscus Coast
Strom 3, Holloway 2, McKenzie, Coombes, Gardyne


Birkenhead United 3 – 2 Melville United
Davies, Boss, Hobson-McVeigh Douglas, Chewins



Forrest Hill Milford United 1 – 9 Central United
Perkavic Mulligan 3, Corrales 3, Hogg, Feneridis, Kelly



Wellington United 5 – 2 Upper Hutt
Alderdyce Goal 20', Pumpido Goal 55', Tade Goal 70', Harris Goal 82', Little Goal 85' Garcias Goal 58'89'



Stop Out 0 – 1 Napier City Rovers
Wilson Goal 21'
Hutt Park, Lower Hutt
Referee: Andrew Phillips



Roslyn-Wakari 5 – 1 Otago University
Cunningham 2, Govan, Still, Pollak Stone


Caversham 7 – 2 Western
Chang 2, Fleming 2, Rodeka, Jackson, ? (o.g.) [1] Sansom, House


Richmond Athletic 3 – 5 Coastal Spirit
Wright 2, Olea Turnbull2, Gerhardt, Stewart, Wellbourn (pen.)

Fourth Round[edit]

2 July
Manurewa 1 – 0 Birkenhead United
O'Brien Goal 84'

Referee: Cory Mills


Bay Olympic 5 – 0 Waitemata
McKenzie 2, Gardyne, Butler, Al Shamsi


Onehunga Sports 4 – 1 Three Kings United
Murphy, Shaker, Day, Haviland  ?






Caversham 6 – 4 Coastal Spirit
Ross Goal 35', Schwarz Goal 47', Overton Goal 49'79', Fleming Goal 85', Hancock Goal 86' [2] Wellbourn Goal 41', Nicol Goal 62', Turnbull Goal 67'80'
Caledonian Ground, Dunedin
Referee: E. Cook

Quarter-finals[edit]

24 July
Onehunga Sports 0 – 4 Caversham
Fleming Goal 22' (pen.), Jackson Goal 53'65', Hancock Goal 82'
Waikaraka Park, Onehunga
Referee: Mirko Benischke

24 July
Napier City Rovers 3 – 2 (aet) Manurewa
Wilson Goal 59' (pen.)71', Single Goal 103' Kay Goal 6', Bodman Goal 54'
Park Island, Napier
Referee: Jamie Cross

24 July
Wairarapa United 4 – 1 Waitakere City
Shailer Goal 5'44', Cowen Goal 72', Sabatu Goal 81' Linderboom Goal 29'
Colin Pugh Sports Bowl, Masterton
Referee: Matt Conger

24 July
Dunedin Technical 3 – 3 (aet)* Bay Olympic
Burgess Goal 83'103'112' McKenzie Goal 57' (pen.), Cunneen Goal 110', Collett Goal 114'
Caledonian Ground, Dunedin
Referee: Allan Martin
* Won on penalties by Bay Olympic (5-3)

Semi-finals[edit]

14 August
Napier City Rovers 2 – 1 Caversham
Wilson Goal 49' (pen.), Stevenson Goal 59' Jones Goal 4'
Park Island, Napier
Referee: Nick Waldron

Final[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ nzfootball.co.nz, 17 August 2011. Retrieved 17 August 2011.
  2. ^ Richardson, Daniel (28 August 2011). "Soccer: Wairarapa Utd win Chatham Cup". The New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 15 September 2011.