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Grant Plumbing Petone Match Programme - Saturday 21st April

2012 Lotto Central League Petone vs Miramar Rangers 2.45pm

Premier League

Petone vs Waterside Karori 1.00pm


Welcome... Welcome to Memorial Park for our first ‘Super Saturday’ of the season and in particular to the Miramar Rangers Central League and the Waterside Karori Premier League teams and officials. Our 2nd team have had a tough introduction to life in the Premier League and today will be no easier. Wharfies are always strong and will provide another big test for our youthful squad. I know Sambo has been working hard with the lads and discipline and hard work will be vital as we look to secure our first points of the season. Time to dig deep boys and show the football you’re capable of playing. Our 1st Team had a great start to their season with a 3-2 away win against Napier last Sunday, despite playing the final 30 minutes with 10 and then 9 men! Not ideal but there was plenty of character shown to accompany some good footie and quality goals. It was a good three points to pick up away from home (against last year’s 3rd place team and Chatham Cup finalists) and is something that should provide confidence and momentum. Although without Team Wellington players available as yet, Miramar will still be strong and our depth will be tested with two key players suspended. Fozzie will have the lads well drilled though and if we play with discipline and keep our structure we have a good chance to make it two wins from two. Women’s football is alive and well at Petone and congratulations to our 1st and 3rd teams who were both victorious last Sunday. This was the first win for each team in over a season and much deserved. There has been a lot of time and effort put in during the off season and pre-season periods and our women’s football committee is doing a great job. Well done to everyone and may the wins continue! Good luck to all Petone teams this weekend and all the best as well to Team Wellington in their 2nd leg semi-final against Auckland City. Remember to play hard but play fair. Craig Deadman Chairman, Petone Football Club

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BEYOND EPL – (The Championship) As the season draws to a close, and the English Premier League title is virtually a done deal, attention focuses on the Championship playoffs. Interestingly the team finishing highest in the league outside of the automatic promotion spots, usually third, has only succeeded in winning promotion seven times out of twenty five seasons up to 2012, including four of the last six. There is no single sporting event in the world more valuable to the winners who end up approximately £85,000,000 better off than the losers, mainly due to the increased commercial television revenue from being promoted to the Premier League. However, by convention the two finalists agree that the loser will keep all the gate receipts from the final, so as to slightly soften the financial blow of missing out Ipswich Town have been in the Championship play-offs a record seven times: 1987, 1997–2000 inclusive, 2004, and 2005, making the final only once in 2000 (when they won promotion). 18 of the 24 teams playing in the N Power Championship have played in the Premiership or EPL since the league’s inception in 1992. The six that haven’t are: Brighton

Bristol City Cardiff Doncaster

Millwall

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The Visitors: Miramar Rangers Founded in 1907, The Club caters for men, women and junior teams at all levels. Miramar is part of the Team Wellington set up and also participates in the women’s Central League. The club held its centenary celebrations at Easter 2007. Club Honours Chatham Cup Winners: 1966, 1992, 2004, 2010 Chatham Cup Finalists: 1982 National League Winners: 2002, 2003 National League Runners Up: 1986, 1991 National League Grand Finalist: 1996, 2001 Central League Division One Winners: 1980 Central League Premier Division Winners: 1997, 2006, 2008, 2011 Central League Division Three (South) Winners: 1983 (2nd team) Federation Five League Winners (Venus Shield): 2004 Wellington Division One Winners (Venus Shield): 1966, 1970, 1978, 1980, 1982, 1993, 2001 Wellington Division Two Winners: 1953 Wellington Division Three Winners: 1930 Petone-Hilton Cup Winners: 1955, 1959, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1996, 2006

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Chatham Cup Winners The three clubs playing at Memorial Park today have won the Chatham Cup 11 times between them Waterside – 1938, 1939, 1940, 1947 Miramar –

1966, 1992, 2004, 2010

Petone –

1928, 1930, 1949


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Coach’s Comments Welcome, finally, to the start of the 2012 Central League season. Welcome to all the new faces and the old ones back for another exciting year. It feels like it has taken an eternity to arrive. Our campaign has opened with a victory in Napier last week and that gives us something to build on early in the season. 2012 was always going to be a challenging one in many ways. The first challenge was how we were going to incorporate a new artificial pitch. Along with challenges come frustrations. Work on the surface was meant to have commenced last year and should have been almost completed by now. My personal opinion is that artificial surfaces certainly have their uses but would like to have seen the money spent developing this ground on a topclass sand-based pitch. Call me old fashioned but I just prefer the grass. Another challenge is recruitment /retention of players. We are lucky to have a very loyal bunch of players and that is something we shouldn’t take for granted. We have some very clear goals for not only our Central League team but also our Reserves, who gained promotion to the Premier League last season. Unfortunately their season has not got away to the start they would have liked. I know that Chris and the guys are working very hard in trying to turn this around. One of the goals for me, as always, is to win the title. There is no point entering if you don’t have this ambition. Then I look at my role and see where am I going with being a Central League coach - and of course you have your own personal goals/growth you wish to achieve. You pass on the knowledge you have and try to push the players to be the best they can be, this then hopefully results in them playing for an NZFC franchise. I would then see that coach trying to further the player’s career to the next step. This is something that today’s opponents do very well, demonstrated by the number of player’s they have missing this week due to Team Wellington duties. I welcome last year’s champions Miramar Rangers to Memorial Park for their first league game. We know it will be a very tough encounter. Last year saw us have two very entertaining games, ending up a win a-piece. So sit back enjoy and remember everyone is a critic, I look forward to hearing your views in the clubhouse after the game. Foz


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The Visitors: Waterside Karori Waterside Karori AFC is Wellington’s largest football clubs. It was formed from the merger of two famous Wellington soccer clubs - Karori Swifts and Waterside. Swifts The Wellington Swifts were formed in 1894. The Swifts football club were a nomadic bunch with no roots to any one district, wandering all over Wellington before moving to Karori in the 1950’s. The Swifts won the Venus Shield seven times before the First World War. The Wellington Swifts changed their name to Karori Swifts in the late 1960’s, giving them an identity with the suburb. Waterside Waterside were formed in 1921, During the late thirties and early forties, they had success in winning the Chatham Cup four times. Watersides’ early success was mainly due to the Port of Wellington employing many British workers, who were crazy about football. In 1951 disaster hit the club. There was a waterfront dispute which lasted 151 days and only five players returned from that industrially-ravaged season to play in 1952. In 1965, land was leased from the city council at Kaiwharawhara and clubrooms erected. In 1978 the club changed its name to Columbus Waterside in appreciation of the major sponsorship received from the Columbus Shipping Line. The Merger By the mid 1980’s, Waterside was a wealthy club and was experiencing success in the top men’s leagues. Karori Swifts strength was in its size. Karori had 10 men’s teams, 2 women’s teams and 40 junior teams, but it lacked success at the higher levels. The merger took place in 1987, forming Waterside Karori AFC. The first men’s team spent two years in the National League but with relegation, a few top players were lost, and so was the Columbus sponsorship. Waterside Karori AFC The club currently has 19 men’s teams, 2 women’s teams, 2 U-17 youth teams, and over 700 junior members.


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2012 PFC Senior Managers 1st Team Central League

Mark Foster - Coach Phil Pickering - Manager

Premier League 2nd team

Chris Sambrooke - Coach Rob Houghton - Manager

3rd Team

Capital Three

Alan Broadhurst

Armani’s

Capital Three

Paul Cant

Chicago

Capital Five

Terry Grimes

Chugger’s

Capital Nine

Mike Gibbs

Dreamer’s

Capital Nine

Paul Baker

For Shore

Capital Ten

Lyndon Jones & Robert Fawcett

Stonecutter’s

Capital Eleven

Sam Blandford

Mighty Masters

Masters Four

Jason Sutherland

Left Over Stew

Masters Four

Shane Dickson

Division One Women’s 1st (Pure)

Tayo Agunlejika - Coach Kristy Whalen - Manager

Division Two Women’s 2nd (Pins)

Warran Binding - Coach Tina Whalen - Manager

Women’s 3rd (Pulse) Division Three

Mike Whalen - Acting coach Paul Martin - Asst coach Tracey Davis - Manager

U17 Blue

U17 League

Wayne Benson

U17 White

U17 League

Willie McLennan


PETONE FC

MIRAMAR RANGERS

GK

Daniel Clarke

GK

Sacha Nathu

RGK

Simon Rippon

GK

Joe Morris

2

Craig Alderdice

2

Allen Chote

3

Scott O'Donnell

3

Jeremy Wild

4

James Craughwell

4

Campbell Parkin

6

David Lane Š

5

Tom Doyle

7

Sam Pickering

6

Patrick Flemming

8

Sam Morrisey

7

Justin Gulley

9

Paul Whitmarsh

8

Wiremu Patrick

10

Michael Pickering

9

Sam Mason-Smith

11

Leighton Arraj

10

Dominic Rowe

13

Jamie Duncan

11

John Sutherland

14

Richard McLay

12

Hamish Chang

15

Mitchell Blair

13

Brook Tozer

16

Cameron Blair

14

Jamie Farrington

17

Benn Dawson

15

David Johnston

18

Jono Blair

16

Ethan Morta

20

Karl Whalen

17

Chris Peck

18

Sam Becker

Coach: Mark Foster

19

Chis Conway

GK coach: Barry Pickering

20

Matthew Keene

Manager: Phil Pickering

21

Joel Wiechern

Asst manager: Dan Whittington

22

PJ Lupi

23

Dan Toma

Coach: Valerio Raccuglia

Match Officials

Asst coach: Mike Smith

M Hewitt M Stevenson P McDonald

Manager: Ryan Holland Physio: TBI Health


PETONE FC GK

WATERSIDE KARORI

Simon Rippon

GK

Nick Tarrant

2

James Nash

GK

Dave Herman

3

Joe Sambrooke

2

Zach Beechey

4

Gibbon Jamie

3

Darren Johnson C

5

Callum Matthieson

4

Dan Ford

6

Sal Ali

5

Cruz McFarlane

7

Steven Yeates

6

Robbie Hunter

8

Jason Cudby

8

James Potter

9

Sean Clarke

9

Andrew Gordon

10

Liam Bell

10

Tim Dalman

11

Matt Edridge

11

Jono Rea

12

Phillip Pennell

12

Mark McKeown

13

James Sheppard

13

Hayden Polyanszky

14

Paul Greig

14

Paul Brown

15

Ethan Attewell

15

Max Nightingale

16

Morgan Blair

16

David Batty

17

Nic Van Driel

17

Jason Trenberth

18

Jonny Coulter

19

Stu Pyne

Coach: Ian Porteous

21

Chris Sambrooke

Asst Coach: David Capstick

Coach: Chris Sambrooke Manager: Rob Houghton

Manager/ Asst Coach: Bruce Duncan Match Officials J Mansford P McDonald P Johnson


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Life Member: Jack Capstick Jack Capstick, whose sports playing interests had been in cricket and rugby, became actively involved with the Club in 1962 when, with his three sons playing, he joined the junior management committee. In that first year he managed the junior 4th (under 14) team and was also appointed a Hutt Valley selector. In the mid 1960s, he coached/managed a team on Saturday mornings and then another in the afternoons. These commitments coupled with mid-week practices and his meticulous communication with boys’ parents amounted to quite an involvement. But he added to these, and to his Committee responsibilities, by accepting the role of publicity officer – tasked with writing lengthy junior match day reports for the weekly Petone Chronicle. From 1965, Jack was also appointed to be one of the Junior Management Committee’s representatives on the Hutt Valley Football Association. This was to be the pattern of Jack’s service to the club. He served for many years on the Junior Management Committee, fulfilling a variety of roles, and in all of these he demonstrated absolute thoroughness in making the arrangements for which he was responsible. As his sons gradually moved on to senior football, Jack widened his horizons to managing the senior third team and serving as Junior Management Committee representative on the Club’s management committee, all while continuing to manage/coach a junior side. Implicit in the coaching roles was the sharing of refereeing duties, and Jack took this on for both morning and afternoon games. In 1975, after 13 years of immersion in Club business, Jack was elected as President, the first to hold the position having come solely from the club’s junior administrative ranks. He was our President for eight years, and during his tenure, in 1980, he was elected as a Life Member of the club in acknowledgement of his very substantial contribution and tremendous commitment over the previous eighteen years. In 1982, he was one of twelve Wellington football administrators (three in all from our Club) to be awarded the Boyden Silver Badge in recognition of 20 years’ dedicated service to Club football. Jack’s involvement with the club had started later in life than for most, but the intensity of his efforts was appreciated by many but equalled by few. Jack passed away in December 1993. In his memory, the Capstick family donated the Jack Capstick Memorial Trophy which is awarded annually to the outstanding player in our Third Team. John Bradbury


Central League Fixtures Date

Score

Opposition

15 April

Napier City Rovers

Away

21 April

Miramar Rangers

Home

25 April

Olympic

Away

29 April

Wairarapa Utd

Away

5 May

Western Suburbs

Home

12/13 May

Chatham Cup - LHC

Home

19 May

Tawa

Away

26 May

Lower Hutt City

Away

2 June

Wellington Utd

Home

4 June

Chatham Cup

9 June

Olympic

Home

17 June

Maycenvale

Away

23/24 June

Chatham Cup

30 June

Napier City Rovers

Home

7 July

Miramar Rangers

Away

14 July

Wairarapa Utd

Home

21 July

Western Suburbs

Away

28 July

Tawa

Home

4 August

Lower Hutt City

Home

11 August

Wellington Utd

Away

18 August

Maycenvale

Home

F

A

3

2


Premier Fixtures Date

Score

Opposition

F

A

7th April

Wellington

Away

1

2

9 April

Island Bay

Home

1

6

15 April

Olympic

Away

1

2

21 April

Waterside

Home

28 April

Miramar

Away

5 May

Wainuiomata

Home

19 May

Upper Hutt

Away

26 May

Stopout

Away

2 June

Marist

Home

9 June

Wellington

Home

16 June

Island Bay

Away

30 June

Olympic

Home

7 July

Waterside

Away

14 July

Miramar

Home

21 July

Wainuiomata

Away

28 July

Upper Hutt

Home

4 August

Stopout

Home

11 August

Marist

Away


Fixtures & Tables Central League - 21st/22nd April Fixtures Wairarapa United

Napier City Rovers

Tawa

Olympic

Wellington United

Lower Hutt City

Petone

Miramar Rangers

Maycenvale

Western Suburbs

Central League Table Lower Hutt City

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

P

1

1

0

0

5

0

3

Western Suburbs

1

1

0

0

4

1

3

Petone

1

1

0

0

3

2

3

Wairarapa United

1

0

1

0

3

3

1

Wellington Olympic

1

0

1

0

3

3

1

Maycenvale United

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Miramar Rangers

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Napier City Rovers

1

0

0

1

2

3

0

Wellington United

1

0

0

1

1

4

0

Tawa

1

0

0

1

0

5

0

P

Premier - 21st April Fixtures Petone

Waterside Karori

Miramar Rangers

Olympic

Upper Hutt City

Wellington United

Marist

Stop Out

Island Bay United

Wainuiomata

Premier Table P

W

D

L

GF

GA

Miramar Rangers

3

3

0

0

8

0

9

Upper Hutt City

3

3

0

0

9

1

9

Island Bay United

3

2

0

1

10

4

6

Wellington Olympic

3

2

0

1

8

8

6

Waterside Karori

3

1

1

1

4

7

4

Stop Out

3

1

0

2

6

7

3

Wellington United

3

1

0

2

4

7

3

Marist

3

0

2

1

3

6

2

Wainuiomata

3

0

1

2

2

7

1

Petone

3

0

0

3

3

10

0


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