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Welconf.e... Welcome to Memorial Park and to our close neighbours Stop Out for today's Capital Premier League clash. With the 1"t team having a week off, it's an opportunity for the reserves to shine and show their talents. Today is a very important game as we still have an opportunity to retain our Premier League status, depending on how promotion and relegation works out for Central League and Capital One. Some may say that the bottom two teams deserve to be relegated, but our performances aII year have been better than the results show. It wouldn't be the first time someone has made this statement, but the way we have played this season does deserve some reward. Stop Out will prove another tough challenge though and a fuII 90 minute concentrated effort is required. Best of luck to Chris, Rob and the lads for what should be another exciting game. The players and coaches are generally the talking points most afternoons (and sometimes the officials as weII!), however today I'd like to recognise aII our team managers for the time and effort they contribute to our club. They're the unsung heroes who often get forgotten so a big, big thank you to you aII for your contribution and hard work. It is appreciated and does make the Management Committee's job much easier. One manager in particular deserves a special mention. Ray BeII has managed our U19 squad for 9 of the past ten years and wiII be stepping down from the role after this year's National Youth Tournament. He has done an exceptional job and on behalf of the entire club, I'd like to thank Ray for his meticulous organisational skills and outstanding managerial duties. Big shoes to fiII but the search has begun! Please let me know if you see yourself as the next Sir Alex or Sir Ray. We always welcome more volunteers... Good luck to aII Petone teams this weekend. Remember to play hard

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Our visitors: Stop Out History is so important to any club, and like Petone who have been a round a bit longerthan us, tradition is an important part of our club too. Formed in r9r9, at Stop Out we are rapidly moving towards our centenary year! For those who don't know the history... The Stop Out organisation was founded in r9r9 with the aim of providing recreation to Te Aro Flat children who were involved with the Wellington City Mission.

Reverend Fielden Taylor of the City Mission wanted to establish a club for the large number of boys who would stay out late kicking a football about. The kids were known colloquially as "stop outs" period slang fortroubled youth. So when a club was established for them, the club name "Stop Out" was an obvious choice. Those values remain today and we have always strived to build an ethos, spirit and support structure for all our members. And yes we still have a few "Stop Out's within the club!

Over the course of our history we have been involved with several sports, notably athletics, softball and boxing, but ofcourse Football is now our sole focus.

And through thattime names like Dunn, Coe and McCreadie have been the heartbeat of Stop Out. There are many similarities that mirror the history of Petone Football Club and it's no wonder there is and always has been mutual respect between the players, coaches and supporters ofboth clubs! Long that remain. Chris Canton

President, Stop Out Sports Club


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International GorresBondent It's been reaW €Feat for Petone FC to fly me over to London to watch the Olympics and reporb back on the Urings I've seen. Thre upgfade to business class was a real nice touch thranks Cra,r€; the angUs beef burger for dirrner was gourmet and was probably thre best of thre four courses I was served. Let me just startby sayingthat London is goingabsolute[rbonkers atthre moment! When walkin€laround the cit5r every park is flrll, every train is flIl and of course all tJre pubs are flrll. The onJy Urings that seem to be empt5rare thre stands. I watched the openin€l ceremorl)r at some random park with a bi€ screen and tJrere was a real buzz in thre air. Being in arnongst a British crrcwd was an incredible experience and really made the spectacle thrat much better. Thre Brits showedtJreirtrue colours: cheeringfor Qreenie and ever5rbhing; else that moved and thren booing thre French and Germans. In terms of football, you migfirt have gUessed thrat thre covera€e of thre New Zealand football garnes is somewhat limited i.e. the onJ;r place that plays it is Kfu\ri House. For those of you who don't knov4 Kiwi House is a New Zealand-run pub in London created for tJre Ol;rmpics. It's just abar with abig screenthat shows live SI1y Coverage of NZ athletes. Despite watching thre OIy Whites vs Belarus game with onJ;r a small crowd, the atmosphere was still good, althrou€h. the covera€e qualitJrwas the opposite of hi€h. definition. Unforbunatel;r I missed the second game due to a cerbain gncup of ladies in leotards requfing m;r attention. However, I will be back rallyin€lthe crowd at Kiwi House for the tftid. Wish thre boys G t4 all thre best for their remainin€l match. .tcqrocr A personal ni$ftfigffi for m;rself has been t G,*t I the rising tension here in London about Team GB's failure to win anygold medals. This situation can onJ;r be described by thre word "hila,rious" . Good luck to tJre Petone boys playing today

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Thern! Having once lived just around the corner from the Stop Out Clubrooms, I occasionally popped in on the way home to catch up with a few old mates and partake in a quiet one. After aII, I had hardly taken my first breath of fresh air when I first started to hear about them. It was just my luck to be born the same day as Jimmy Dunn. Fortunately, his Uncle Peter turned up a couple of days later with the club's cheque book, signed him up, and took him off to

training. Urban Dictionary defines Stop Out as an adjective describing a person (most likely a woman) who stays out aII night with another - the kind of girl who leaves a club with a man and doesn't come home until sometime the next day. WeII, they've taken that literally a few times over the years. Then I found there is a record company in Romford called Stop Out Records -'Ieading the masses into a new dawn of underground debauchery' it says about them. Right!! There has been plenty of player movement between the two clubs over the years. 1977 saw 14 players transfer to the other side. Seven each way. One of Stop Out's greatest coups was to lure a Pickering away from Petone. Unheard of until then, and since, but retaliation was swift and as Barry started his first training session at Te Whiti, I was only 200 yards away in Mr & Mrs Stapleton's house with the Stop Out Committee negotiating their imported goalkeeper out of a binding contract. Dunns and Youngs,Winters, Ivancics and Phillipsens aII crossed the Hutt River one way or the other that year, but only the Petone ones were able to walk on water. However, the player that Petone did miss out on was one James McCreadie. Jim had arrived in New Zealand around 1952 and had travelled out from Fort Dorsett to the Petone Rec for a game. Thrilled to bits that we wore the same colour jerseys as his beloved Rangers, he stood on the sidelines waiting for the substitution call that never came. In the end he trudged off to one of the locals where he ran into Peter Dunn and, in a friendly way, he's hated us ever since.

Anyway, good luck to you aII today and bring Jim back to the clubrooms afterwards. I have a whiskey for him.

Steve Minogue


Premier Fixtures

Date

Score F A

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7

April

Wellington Utd

Away

9

April

Island Bay

Home

April

Olympic

Away

2l April

Waterside

Home

28

April

Miramar

Away

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May

Wainuiomata

Home

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4

May

Upper Hutt

Away

2

4

26May

Stop Out

Away

1

3

2 June

Marist

Home

0

0

9 June

Wellington Utd

Home

3

2

16 June

Island Bay

Away

1

4

30 June

Olympic

Home

2

4

July

Waterside

Away

2

4

July

Miramar

Home

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2

21 July

Wainuiomata

Away

3

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28 July

Upper Hutt

Home

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August

Stop Out

Home

August

Marist

Away

15

19

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14

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Fixtures & Tables Central League -

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August Fixtures

Wairarapa United

Maycenvale United

Tawa

Wellington United

Wellington Olympic

Western Suburbs

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Napier City Rovers

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Wellington Olympic

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Miramar Rangers

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I-ower Hutt City

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Petone

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Western Suburbs

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Wellington United

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Tawa

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Maycenvale United

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Miramar Rangers

Island Bay United

Wellirgton United

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Wellirgton Olympic

Waterside Karori

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