2012 Chatham Cup

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2012 Chatham Cup Final
Event 2012 Chatham Cup
Date 26 August 2012
Venue Newtown Park, Wellington
Man of the Match Emiliano Tade (Central United)
Attendance 2,500
2011
2013

The 2012 ASB Chatham Cup is New Zealand's 85th knockout football competition.

The 2012 competition has a preliminary round, a qualification round, and four rounds proper before quarter-finals, semi-finals, and a final. Competition is run in three regions (northern, central, southern) until the quarter-finals, from which stage the draw is open. In all, 124 teams entered the competition.

The 2012 final[edit]

Won 6-1 by Central United over Lower Hutt City

26 August 2012
14:30
Lower Hutt City 1–6 Central United
Price Goal 90+2' Tade Goal 19'
Mulligan Goal 23'
Koprivcic Goal 45+2'Goal 71'
Vicelich Goal 60'
Hicks Goal 86'
Newtown Park, Wellington
Attendance: 2,500
GK 1 New Zealand Steve Bayard
RB 2 New Zealand Caleb Duncan YC 38'
CB 77 New Zealand Andrew Coad
CB 7 New Zealand Taban Makoii Substituted off 46'
LB 19 New Zealand Taylor Hall-Jones
CM 8 New Zealand Hamish Price
AM 9 Germany Tobias Bertsch
RW 12 New Zealand Jarrod Smith Substituted off 72'
CM 6 New Zealand Kade Schrijvers Substituted off 48'
LW 15 New Zealand Martin Pereyra
CF 10 New Zealand Hamish Watson (c)
Substitutes:
GK 13 New Zealand Shaun Melrose
DF 20 New Zealand Taylor Schrijvers Substituted in 48'
MF 14 New Zealand Jack Imray Substituted in 72'
MF 5 New Zealand Hayden Stuthridge
MF 11 New Zealand Cam Lidstone Substituted in 46'
Manager:
New Zealand Chris Zoricich
GK 1 New Zealand Jacob Spoonley
RB 3 New Zealand Nick Dale Substituted off 74'
CB 5 New Zealand Ivan Vicelich (c)
CB 14 New Zealand Jacob Hall
LB 5 Japan Takuya Iwata
CM 8 New Zealand Jason Hicks
CM 12 New Zealand David Mulligan
RW 16 Spain Albert Riera Substituted off 46'
AM 9 New Zealand Paul Urlovic Substituted off 45+1'
LW 18 New Zealand Daniel Koprivcic
CF 20 Argentina Emiliano Tade
Substitutes:
GK 22 New Zealand Blaz Bugarin
DF 17 New Zealand Ouadhah Ragued
DF 4 New Zealand Kris Carpenter Substituted in 74'
MF 10 New Zealand Stuart Hogg Substituted in 46'
MF 13 New Zealand Adam Dickinson Substituted in 45+1'
Manager:
New Zealand Brendan McIntyre

Man of the match

Results[edit]

Second Round[edit]




























4 June
Western 3 – 0 FC Twenty




*Won on penalties by Eastern Suburbs (6–5)

Third Round[edit]

23/24 June
Hamilton Wanderers 1 – 0 Waitemata
Jones (pen.)

23/24 June
Onehunga Sports 0 – 2 Papatoetoe
Singh, Frank


23/24 June
Eastern Suburbs 4 – 2 Takapuna
Kitano 2, Redwood, Mesias (pen.) Williams, o.g.

23/24 June
Central United 3 – 0 Waitakere City
Tade 2, Dickinson


23/24 June
Three Kings United 2 – 0 Bay Olympic
Kumar, Jones


23/24 June
Lower Hutt City 3 – 0 Maycenvale United
Watson, Smith, Schrijvers

23/24 June
Upper Hutt City 2 – 4 Stop Out
Montalba, Grindlay Yates 2, Aden, Kouchaba

23/24 June
Wanganui City 0 – 6 Miramar Rangers
Mason-Smith 4, Doyle 2


23/24 June
Cashmere Technical 2 – 0 Nelson Suburbs
Yamamoto, Wortelboer

23/24 June
Western 1 – 0 Otago University
Allen

23/24 June
Coastal Spirit 0 – 2 Dunedin Technical
Rickerby, Lockhart

23/24 June
Caversham 3 – 2 Roslyn-Wakari
Rodeka, Jackson, Fitzpatrick Govan, Mepham

Fourth Round[edit]

8 July
Three Kings United 2 – 3 Central United
Del Monte, Corrigan (pen.) Tade 2, Hicks (pen.)
Keith Hay Park, Auckland

7 July
Manukau City 1 – 1 (aet)* Papatoetoe
McClure (pen.) Singh
Massey Park, Auckland

8 July
Birkenhead United 4 – 1 Hamilton Wanderers
Lawson, Linderboom, Tuiloma, Hobson-McVeigh (pen.) Kay
Shepherds Park, North Shore



7 July
Miramar Rangers 4 – 0 Stop Out
Fifii 2, Mason-Smith 2
Wakefield Park, Wellington

8 July
Dunedin Technical 1 – 0 Western
Rickerby
Tahuna Park, Dunedin

8 July
Caversham 4 – 2 Cashmere Technical
Cook 2, Jackson 2 Ward (o.g.), Yamamoto
Tonga Park, Dunedin

* Won on penalties by Manukau City (4-3)

Quarter-finals[edit]

22 July
Birkenhead United 2 – 3 Lower Hutt City
Crawford, Salter Watson, Te Anau, Makoii
Shepherds Park, North Shore

21 July
Caversham 3 – 1 Manukau City
Hancock 2, Ridden Ruka (pen.)

21 July
Miramar Rangers 5 – 1 Dunedin Technical
o.g., Mason-Smith 2, Fleming, Rowe Da Costa

Semi-finals[edit]

5 August
Caversham 0 – 4 Lower Hutt City
[1] Watson, Te Anau, Mokaii, Coad

5 August
Miramar Rangers 0 – 6 Central United
[2] Tade 3 (2 pen.), Paul Urlovic, Dickinson, Koprivcic (pen.)

Final[edit]

25–26 August
Central United 6-1 Lower Hutt City
Tade,Mulligan, Koprivcic 2, Vicelich, Hicks Price
Newtown Park Wellington
Referee: Matt Conger

References[edit]