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Grant Plumbing Petone Match Programme Saturday 30th June

2012 Lotto Central League Petone vs Napier City Rovers 3.30pm

Premier League Petone vs Wellington Olympic 12.15pm


Welcome... Hi and welcome to wherever you are watching our 1st or 2nd team play football this afternoon! I hope you have managed to avoid the wind and rain. It’s a pleasure to host Napier and Wellington Olympic wherever we may be and a warm welcome to both clubs. At time of writing, the chances of both games still being at Memorial Park were remote and at least one game was likely to have been transferred to Wakefield Park. Oh the irony of it all - on the day we were to play possibly the last game on our #1 pitch as a grass surface, before an artificial pitch is installed, we possibly get transferred to an artificial pitch... Unfortunately we had to postpone Old Timers’ Day, due to the uncertainty around whether games will be played or not, however, the good news is it’s been rescheduled for July 14th,when we host Wairarapa at home. Just think of it as a further two weeks of practice remembering those tall tales, stunning goals and great games from years gone by. I’d like to congratulate our Junior Committee, Director of Junior Football and all junior coaches for the way they have managed and implemented the new Whole of Football programme at Petone. Our resources were stretched but despite the challenges and changes, junior numbers have grown and the programme is working well. I remember meeting with Alan Ball when he was in NZ just before the 2006 World Cup finals. He feared for the game in England back then due to the lack of quality players being produced in their academies. After watching their performance at Euro 2012 it looks like it may have gone backwards! Maybe we should sell them our WOF programme... Good luck to Fozzie and the boys as they defend the Gail Smith Memorial Trophy today and don’t forget to raise a glass to Gail and remember the good work she did for both Petone and Napier over many years. Craig Deadman Chairman, Petone Football Club


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Our visitors: Napier City Rovers Napier City Rovers was founded on the 6th of February 1973 by an amalgamation between Napier Rovers AFC and Napier City AFC. The club has grown from strength to strength since then. Once upon a time players left Napier to join bigger clubs and increase their chances of gaining full international honours by being selected for the NZ All Whites. How times have changed as now Napier find themselves as a stepping stone for players to gain NZ All White or NZ Under 23 honours, such has been the success of the team over the last 20 odd years. Boasting a ground and administration set-up second to none in New Zealand, with constant results leading to League and Cup honours, Napier have been able to attract top players from around the country, as well as pushing through real talent to keep Napier at the top of the ladder in New Zealand Football. HONOURS BOARD National Champions: 1989, 1993, 1998, 2000 National Runners Up: 1994, 1997, 2002 Chatham Cup Winners: 1985, 1993, 2000, 2002 New Zealand Club of the Year: 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001 Super Club of the Yeae: 1993, 1994, 1995 Central Federation Champions: 2001, 2002,2004 Central League Division One Champions: 1981, 1986, 1994, 1999 Battle of the Bays Champions: 1987, 1990, 1993, 1994 Under 19 Youth Championship Winners: 2006 Today’s game is being played for the Gail Smith Memorial Trophy. Gail was a keen supporter of both Napier and Petone during her years of service to both clubs. The Gail Smith Memorial Trophy will be presented in the clubrooms following the match.


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The Referee Assessor/Coach The Referee Assessor/Coach plays a part in the on-going education of match officials by analysing performance, offering support and advice on the day and writing a detailed report with a mark which goes to the Federation Referee Development Officer. Assessors are former Referees with many years of active service who have a desire to help new and developing Referees. The specific role they fulfil are: • • • • • •

Giving advice on how the referee can improve their performance Ensuring a uniform and consistent interpretation of the Laws of the Game Assessing match performances and identifying talented officials Classify them and help appoint them to matches according to their merits Analysing key match incidents in a match and evaluating their judgement Providing specific coaching examples to support comments made.

During a game the Assessor makes notes to help them conduct a constructive post-match de-brief with the match officials after the game – usually no more than 15-minutes. Using a time-based Running Sheet, notes are recorded of happenings, broken down into the following areas: • • • • • • • • • •

Movement and positioning Application of the Laws of the Game Management of set plays Decision-making accuracy Teamwork Detailed review of any major decisions, especially those affecting the outcome of the game. Carding technique Consistency Courage Communication skills

The Assessor/Coach then writes one combined Assessment or Coaching Report on all the officials and submits this within 72 hours to the Referee Development Officer detailing: • Application and interpretation of the Laws of the Game • Personality and Disciplinary Control • Flow of the Game • Fitness and Positioning • Cooperation with their Assistant Referees • Strengths and Areas for Improvement An Overall performance mark The purpose of this Report is to: • • •

Achieve uniformity in the marking of officials in the Federation Award Referees and Assistant Referees marks within the prescribed scale that reflects the individual’s various performances on a match by match basis, and Make use of these Reports for future promotion to higher Levels of the game.

Brian Klee, Federation Convenor of Assessors


From The Balcony! So almost the last game on the magical turf of number #1. (As at time of printing!) It’s time to move forward. The Wellington winters are just too darn abrasive. The rains sweep across the hills with the power of a very handy army (think the Americans in WW2). The wind gets itself in a major huff (think Cristiano Ronaldo if the ref is not willing to help him in his penalty shout) and the hail, the hail! That stuff can really cause some mischief. If you’re out when it’s hailing and are using an umbrella made in China, quite simply you are going to be getting an extreme head massage in seconds. So while it will be sad to see the turf go, the new look pitch that will replace it will be totally worth it. And a lot tougher against the elements. When the turf is taken out it’s getting a new home. It’s going in the gym below the clubrooms. It’s going to be an indoor training pitch. The first team are going to do a working bee and lay the pitch in the gym. My main questions with this are… will there be enough light coming in the gym to keep it growing? Can grass grow on a hard wood floor? Bob Lane is organising a couple of sheep to be on the pitch when no one is using it. Just to keep it at a good length and so the sheep poo can combine with the wood floor and make a sort of super fertiliser. Man of many talents old Bob. Let me just have a quick ramble on Euro 2012. I think it has been fantastic. Some great games and goals.The usual exit of England in the quarters. The only problem with it though is Brazil didn’t qualify. How in god’s name has this happened? I mean honestly. One of the true powers in world football, let alone European football and they’re not there. Anyone who can tell me why is obviously a lot smarter than me… Anyway it’s great to have Napier here to play a part on this very-nearly historic day. Petone defenders please keep an eye on Andy Pickering, you know what he can do. Go the Blues! Sam Boyd

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Petone vs Olympic 9th June


Snippets Supporters’ Trip to Napier (1977 version) Eighteen dollars entitled a supporter to a return bus trip, lunch, one night’s accommodation and breakfast the next morning; not to mention: Les Pickering on guitar, a 45-seat Petone Choir, Mother in Law jokes, and even the odd streak - all that and not an iPod in sight!

Sutherland Walks Petone Club President, Campbell Sutherland, has turned his back on the club he has supported for most of his living years - Glasgow Rangers - and has moved his allegiance to his home town, Edinburgh, to support Heart of Midlothian. Meanwhile 1st Team Sponsor, Jim Cryan, Manager of Grant Plumbing, continues to wear the green and white hoops of the Glasgow Club which still has money.

Photos courtesy of Jeff Bell. For more pics, check out www.petonefootball.org.nz


PETONE FC

NAPIER CITY ROVERS

GK

Daniel Clarke

GK

RGK

Simon Rippon

RGK

Sean Peta Riley Morris

2

Craig Alderdice

2

Dan Ball

3

Scott O'Donnell

3

David Cunningham

4

James Craughwell

4

Bill Robertson ©

5

Nick van Driel

5

Regan Cameron

6

David Lane ©

6

Stephen Hoyle

7

Sam Pickering

7

Matt Hastings

8

Sam Morrissey

8

Stu Wilson

9

Paul Whitmarsh

9

Jose Cantillo

10

Michael Pickering

10

Jarrod Smith

11

Leighton Arraj

11

Andy Pickering

12

Terry O'Donnell

12

Rudi Bauerfeind

13

Jamie Duncan

14

Josh Stevenson

14

Richard McLay

15

Matt Single

15

Mitchell Blair

16

Danny Wilson

16

Cameron Blair

17

Fergus Neil

17

Benn Dawson

19

Reiner Bauerfeind

20

Patrick Pilz

18

Jono Blair

21

Luke Chapman

19

Donny Stoupe

22

Cole Peverley

20

Karl Whalen

21

Sean Clarke

RGK

Coach: Grant Hastings

Coach: Mark Foster

Asst coach: Bill Robertson

GK coach: Barry Pickering Manager: Phil Pickering Asst manager: Dan Whittington

Jerry Tesar

Match Officials P MacDonald J Andrews M Gibson

Manager: Malcolm Wilson Physio: Alex Gairdner


PETONE FC GK

WGTN OLYMPIC

Simon Rippon

1

Adam O’Rourke

Jordan Pickering

3

Jamie Nelson

2

James Nash

4

Ben Hopkins

3

Joe Sambrooke

6

Simon Dowsett

4

Alex McDonald

7

Campbell Banks

5

Jamie Gibbon

8

William Stuart

6

Sal Ali

9

Clayton Lewis

7

Steve Yeates

10

Vathana Young

8

Jason Cudby ©

11

Oneil Saada

9

Sean Clarke

12

Andrew Kothroulas

10

Leighton Arraj

14

Jordan Hodgkinson

11

Matt Edridge

15

Jared Putt

12

Phillip Pennell

16

Khalid Razouk

14

Paul Greig

17

John Gerondis

15

Ethan Attewell

18

Andrew Wood

16

Stu Pyne

20

Wade Pulford

17

Nic Van Driel

21

Craig Stephens

18

Jonny Coulter

22

David Plowright

19

Donny Stoupe

23

Adam Church

20

Sam Morrisey

21

Morgan Blair

RGK

Coach: Craig Hopkins

Coach: Chris Sambrooke

Match Officials

Manager: Rob Houghton

B Botha D Hewitt M Northcott

Managers: Steve Kamberogiannis Basil Serepisos Physio: Scott Adams


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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

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


Premier Fixtures

Date

Score

Opposition

F

A

7th April

Wellington Utd

Away

1

2

9 April

Island Bay

Home

1

6

15 April

Olympic

Away

1

2

21 April

Waterside

Home

1

2

28 April

Miramar

Away

1

2

5 May

Wainuiomata

Home

0

4

19 May

Upper Hutt

Away

2

4

26 May

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

7 July

Waterside

Away

14 July

Miramar

Home

21 July

Wainuiomata

Away

28 July

Upper Hutt

Home

4 August

Stop Out

Home

11 August

Marist

Away


Fixtures & Tables Central League - 30th June/ 1st July Fixtures Wairarapa United

Olympic

Wellington United

Western Suburbs

Petone

Napier City Rovers

Tawa

Lower Hutt City

Maycenvale

Miramar Rangers

Central League Table P

W

D

L

GF

GA

P

Wairarapa United

10

7

2

1

Wellington Olympic

10

7

1

2

22

9

23

24

14

22

Napier City Rovers

10

6

0

4

23

11

18

Petone

10

6

0

4

22

12

18

Miramar Rangers

9

5

1

3

21

13

16

Lower Hutt City

10

5

0

5

21

14

15

Wellington United

10

4

0

6

12

23

12

Tawa

10

3

0

7

13

29

9

Western Suburbs

10

2

1

7

15

28

7

Maycenvale United

9

1

1

7

7

27

4

GA

P

Premier - 30th June/ 1st July Fixtures Petone

Wellington Olympic

Upper Hutt City

Stop Out

Marist

Wainuiomata

Miramar Rangers

Wellington United

Island Bay United

Waterside Karori

Premier Table P

W

D

L

GF

Upper Hutt City

11

10

1

0

32

8

31

Island Bay United

11

8

1

2

34

15

25

Waterside Karori

11

7

3

1

25

11

24

Miramar Rangers

11

6

0

5

21

20

18

Stop Out

11

4

2

5

20

18

14

Wellington Olympic

11

4

1

6

21

26

13

Wainuiomata

11

3

2

6

17

23

11

Marist

11

2

4

5

11

24

10

Wellington United

11

2

1

8

11

28

7

Petone

11

1

1

9

12

31

4


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