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Grant Plumbing Petone Match Programme - Saturday 18th August

Petone

vs Maycenvale 2.45pm


Welcome... Hello to all and welcome to Maycenvale United and their supporters for today’s Central League clash at some ground, somewhere in the greater Wellington region! Unfortunately at time of writing we had no idea where the game would eventually be played. Continued heavy rain and a seeming lack of interest by those in charge of grounds has resulted in Memorial Park being unplayable for several weeks. Recently we’ve had a number of home games (for all teams) either reversed fixture or transferred elsewhere because of ’Lake Memorial.’ While the games must be played, these transfers do have an effect on our club with lower bar takings and of course a much reduced club atmosphere. With an artificial turf on our doorstep (at least that’s still the plan!) it will be very interesting to see what happens next year if we have another very wet period… With the season finished for most teams I’d like to say thanks to everyone for your continued support. We pride ourselves on having a family environment and it’s been great to see the spouses and children at the club throughout the year. We have prize-giving to look forward to on September 15 but tonight is Quiz Night, so make sure you get your team together and stick around to test your grey matter. If you know who is the largest car manufacturer in the world or what is a merkin then you might just do ok! Well done to Leftover Stew who won the Masters Challenge last weekend against our Mighty Masters – a bit one sided judging by the score but I’m sure the ground conditions played a part for the MMs who are, by all accounts, a dry pitch team! Congratulations also to The Stonecutters for another promotion and winning the Capital 11 Cup competition. Good luck to Mark and the squad today. Three tough games to end the season but we still have a chance of a Top 4 finish, so plenty of work still to do lads. From the Balcony has stolen my by-line to finish so I’ll simply say I look forward to a bigger involvement from Mr Boyd next season. Craig Deadman Chairman, Petone Football Club


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The Visitors: Maycenvale Utd

Founded in 1975, Maycenvale United is a Hastings based club providing junior and senior football and senior netball. Maycenvale United is a ‘family orientated’ club with over 400 playing members that provides a friendly, well administered environment. An experienced, focused and quality committee oversees the club’s 26 football and 2 netball teams. The name Maycenvale comes from three Hastings primary schools: MAYfair, CENtral and ParkVALE, where most of the original children came from back in 1975. The club started with 5 junior teams. Club Honours: Premier League Champions - 1985, 2006, 2007 Knockout Cup Winners - 1977, 1978, 1981, 1992, 2006, 2007, 2008 Federation League Champions 2010.


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GK

Lucain Macdonald

RGK

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GK

Matt Gould

2

Craig Alderdice

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Tom Biss

3

Scott O'Donnell

3

Regan Steele

4

James Craughwell

5

Nick van Driel

4

Raf De Gregorio

6

David Lane Š

6

Nick Lucas

7

Sam Pickering

7

Jarod Bloor

8

Sam Morrissey

8

Lee Jackson

9

Paul Whitmarsh

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Josh Margetts

10

Michael Pickering

10

Joachim Rande

11

Leighton Arraj

11

Leon Birnie

12

Terry O'Donnell

12

Tim Richardson

13

Jamie Duncan

14

Sam Stove

14

Richard McLay

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Arnold Keni

15

Mitchell Blair

16

Angus Kilkolly

16

Cameron Blair

17

Benn Dawson

18

Jono Blair

Coach: Dion Adams

19

Donny Stoupe

Manager: Dennis Frater

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Karl Whalen

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Sean Clarke

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Central League Fixtures

Date

Score

Opposition

F

A

15 April

Napier City Rovers

Away

3

2

21 April

Miramar Rangers

Home

1

0

25 April

Olympic

Away

0

1

29 April

Wairarapa Utd

Away

0

2

5 May

Western Suburbs

Home

6

0

12/13 May

Chatham Cup - LHC

Home

1

2

19 May

Tawa

Away

6

2

26 May

Lower Hutt City

Away

0

1

2 June

Wellington Utd

Home

3

0

9 June

Olympic

Home

1

4

17 June

Maycenvale

Away

2

0

30 June

Napier City Rovers

Home

1

2

14 July

Wairarapa Utd

Home

2

2

21 July

Western Suburbs

Away

2

1

28 July

Tawa

Home

0

3

11 August

Wellington Utd

Away

2

1

18 August

Maycenvale

Home

29 August

Miramar Rangers

Away

1 Sept

Lower Hutt City

Home


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Fixtures & Tables Central League - 18th/19th August Fixtures Wairarapa United

Lower Hutt City

Wellington United

Miramar Rangers

Tawa

Western Suburbs

Petone

Maycenvale United

Napier City Roves

Wellington Olympic

Central League Table P

W

D

L

GF

GA

P

Wairarapa United

16

11

4

1

39

19

37

Wellington Olympic

17

10

4

3

43

24

34

Napier City Rovers

15

11

0

4

40

16

33

Miramar Rangers

13

8

1

4

31

18

25

Petone

15

8

1

6

29

21

25

Lower Hutt City

14

7

1

6

29

23

22

Tawa

17

6

0

11

22

43

18

Western Suburbs

17

4

3

10

28

40

15

Wellington United

16

4

1

11

17

38

13

Maycenvale United

16

1

1

14

14

50

4

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

P

Upper Hutt City

18

15

2

1

52

17

47

Waterside Karori

18

12

3

3

43

23

39

Island Bay United

18

12

2

4

50

22

38

Miramar Rangers

18

11

0

7

33

30

33

Wellington Olympic

18

7

2

9

38

41

23

Stop Out

17

6

4

7

29

27

22

Wainuiomata

18

5

2

11

27

44

17

Marist

17

4

5

8

17

36

17

Wellington United

18

3

1

14

20

46

10

Petone

18

2

3

13

22

45

9

Premier Table


Life Member: Campbell Sutherland Campbell played his junior and representative football at Stop Out and then joined our club in 1973. He played as a full back in the second team for many years before moving into the third team and then finishing his playing career in the Pet Shop Boys team. At the1973 Annual General Meeting (AGM), he was elected to the Management Committee. The Treasurer position had been left unfilled at the AGM but when the Management Committee became aware of Campbell’s accounting experience, it appointed him to the position. He was thereafter elected Treasurer every year at the annual general meetings until he retired from the position in 1996 – twenty three years as Treasurer of what was to become a large entity. During his time as Treasurer, Campbell was involved with organising finance for the erection of the floodlights on the number three ground, and with debenture issues for the development of the clubrooms (referred to at the time as our 2nd stage, the 1st having been the gymnasium itself) and then the extension of the clubrooms further into the gymnasium. As the club developed, and especially through the 1980s, Campbell was instrumental in the development of the club financial reporting and control systems. These were initially run through a trading bank system but with the emergence, development and availability of personal computer systems the club looked for opportunities to run its own in-house accounting packages. A sponsorship arrangement with New Zealand Breweries enabled the purchase of a machine with two floppy drives costing around $6,000! Over time, a full financial reporting package was developed in-house. It included budgeting elements, as well as stock and cash control reporting. These were especially important for the operation of the bar, which in those days had a much more substantial turnover than it does today. Before long, the original two floppy drives machine was replaced with one having a hard drive - a big step forward in the club’s ability to develop further its in-house accounting and reporting. Very few people had any concept of the amount of work involved before our accounts were computerised and, after Campbell had achieved that, he was able to share the workload with the fulltime club manager employed between 1984 and 1995.


Campbell was one of the club’s three delegates at Wellington Football Association annual general meetings for several years and, at one of these, he was invited to join the Association’s executive. His acceptance led to the club nominating him to the Association for that role each year for upwards of 10 years, during which he was Chair of Finance and Deputy Chair of the Association. He represented the WFA at numerous NZFA meetings and was one of the two WFA delegates at a meeting held in Palmerton North on 30 August 1997 to re-constitute the Central League. After his son started playing, Campbell was also involved with the junior section of the club for many years. He assisted with managing and coaching and, as the years went on, gained his Level One Coaching Badge but missed out on his Level Two due to family illness. Through his business, he was also a sponsor for the juniors, helping to fund the purchase of playing strips. Following his son into senior football also saw Campbell have a year or two as manager of the third team. At the AGM in 1998, Campbell was elected a Life Member of the club, in recognition primarily of his twenty three years’ contribution in a position of very important executive responsibility. Aside from the significant contribution in developing our financial systems from those of a sports club to those of a business, he spent a huge amount of time processing the club’s growing turnover. His work was not of a nature where members could see his efforts for the club - his was all long hours behind the scenes. Indeed, very few of us were in a position to see and appreciate the sustained contribution and high standards that Campbell gave to us. Importantly, he brought strong elements of confidence and consistency to an executive position that had traditionally changed hands regularly. At the AGM in 2005, Campbell was elected as President, a position which he still holds and in which he remains actively involved in club matters. Moreover, in the last two years, the club has been fortunate to have the company owned by Campbell, and his wife Pam, sponsor our tournament for the Hilton Petone Cup.

John Bradbury


From The Balcony!

The Olympics were awesome. Was that ever in doubt? No it was not. Here, in bullet point form, I break them down: •

Our rowers are rad. How about the chops on Murray?! Cohen & Sullivan coming home with one of the wetter sails you will ever see in rowing.

Usain Bolt running reasonably well and cutting some great poses when the camera was on him. A night out with him would be low-key.

The NZ women’s hockey team. So unlucky yet so sexy. I want to acquire one of those plastic masks they wear on penalty corners and run around scaring Michael Pickering with it.

The Walking. No I’m not having it. It’s jogging really. Walking is when you go along the foreshore or go to the dairy for a Fruju. Those walkers are buggering up their hips for our amusement.

BMX. If Benn Dawson ever returns my HMX 500 I will take it to Rio in 2016 and win Bronze.

Shot Put, Hammer Throw and Discus. Some of the units involved in this are huge! I fear if I did any of these my old poopoo valve may blow.

London did a great job. Wellington in 2020 will hope to match it! The 100m dash at Hutt Rec you say? It will happen.

Sports that should be in the next Olympics. Formula One, Hip Hop free styling, quickest at sending txts, cat herding and sorting out recycling whilst standing in the rain.

Basically though the Olympics are just a curtain raiser for the EPL. We all know that. I can’t wait for it to get underway. Hopefully by the time you read this RVP has signed for United! Petone play Maycenvale today. Not sure where. It’s all becoming a bit of a mystery where the Firsts will play. Almost like there is a wheel that gets spun each weekend and then the lads find out. Crawford Green?? Really? Okay… All the best to everyone today. Remember shoot hard but shoot fair. Sam Boyd


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Central League: v Maycenvale - 18 August 2012  

The match programme for the Central League clash against Maycenvale United.

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