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Waimak united football club www.waimakunited.org.nz

SENIOR MATCH DAY PROGRAM

20th May 2017


One of my friends asked "Why do you pay so much money for your kids to do all their sports�? Well I have a confession to make; I don't pay for my kids to do sports. Personally, I couldn't care less about what sport they do. So, if I am not paying for sports what am I paying for? -I pay for those moments when my kids become so tired they want to quit but don't. - I pay for those days when my kids come home from school and are "too tired" to go to their training but they go anyway. - I pay for my kids to learn to be disciplined, focused and dedicated. - I pay for my kids to learn to take care of their body and equipment. - I pay for my kids to learn to work with others and to be good team mates, gracious in defeat and humble in success. - I pay for my kids to learn to deal with disappointment, when they don't get that placing or title they'd hoped for, but still they go back week after week giving it their best shot. - I pay for my kids to learn to make and accomplish goals. - I pay for my kids to respect, not only themselves, but other athletes, officials and coaches. - I pay for my kids to learn that it takes hours and hours, years and years of hard work and practice to create a champion and that success does not happen overnight. - I pay for my kids to be proud of small achievements, and to work towards long term goals. - I pay for the opportunity my kids have and will have to make life-long friendships, create lifelong memories, to be as proud of their achievements as I am. - I pay so that my kids can be out on the field or in the gym instead of in front of a screen... ...I could go on but, to be short, I don't pay for sports; I pay for the opportunities that sports provides my kids with to develop attributes that will serve them well throughout their lives and give them the opportunity to bless the lives of others. From what I have seen so far I think it is a great investment! ~Unknown


WAIMAK UNITED FOOTBALL CLUB MEN’S CANTERBURY CHAMPIONSHIP LEAGUE V Parklands United Sports Club Saturday 20th May—2:30pm Kick Off—Parklands Reserve

Coaches Comment: Last week we went down 3-1 to University in an entertaining contest at Kendall. After a scoreless first half we conceded from the penalty spot. Hayden Sword equalised with a brilliant lob after spotting the opposing keeper off his line. We had an excellent period after that and only two excellent long range strikes from Varsity snatched the game away from us. This week we play Parklands at Parklands reserve. This is a fixture that we always look forward to and I’m sure they will be hurting form their first round loss to us. We will be looking to regain the form that has seen us unbeaten in the league since the third round and bring home another three points. We have a full squad to pick from with the return from injury of Matt Le Gros and some in form players in the reserve team pushing hard for first team places. Gordon Fraser CCL Squad Coach LAST WEEKS CHATHAM CUP RESULT 13/5/2017—V UNIVERSITIES 1-3 LOSS Goalscorer: HAYDEN SWORD Cup total: 1 CCL total: 1

LAST WEEKS RESERVES RESULT 13/5/2017—V CHCH UNITED-3-3 DRAW Goalscorer: NIKITA POTAPOV Reserves total: 1

Goalscorer: MATT LE GROS Reserves total: 1

Goalscorer: LIAM WALTERS Reserves total: 1

This week CCL RESERVES play: PARKLANDS—Kickoff 12:30pm—Parklands Reserve


THE LAST TIME WE MET… Waimak 1—0 Parklands Goalscorer: Chris Chick


Canterbury Championship League Results & Table Date

Opposition

Venue

W/L/D

Score

Goalscorers

1st April

Burwood

Clare Park

Win

1-0

Chris Chick

8th April

Parklands

Kendall Park

Win

1-0

Chris Chick

15th April

Christchurch United

CFC Yaldhurst

Loss

2-3

Own Goal, Hayden Sword

25th April

Selwyn

Kendall Park

Draw

2-2

James Lake, Michael Smith

29th April

Halswell

Halswell Domain

Win

2-1

James Hurren, Chris Chick

6th May

Burwood

Kendall Park

Win

3-2

Chris Chick, Kane Fraser (2)

13th May (Cup)

Universities

Kendall Park

Loss

1-3

Hayden Sword

POS 1 2 3 4 5 6

TEAM Selwyn UFC Stallions Christchurch United Waimak United Halswell United Parklands United Burwood

P 6 6 6 6 6 6

W 4 4 4 2 1 0

D 2 1 1 1 1 0

L 0 1 1 3 4 6

F 19 11 11 11 9 9

A 7 7 8 15 11 22

GD 12 4 3 -4 -2 -13

PTS 14 13 13 7 4 0

CCL SQUAD GOALSCORER STATISTICS Name

CCL Goals

Cup Goals

Reserve Goals

Total

Chris Chick

4

4

Kane Fraser

2

2

James Hurren

1

1

James Lake

1

2

3

Matt Le Gros

1

1

Cameron McCracken

1

1

Nikita Potapov

1

1

Ben Shore

2

2

Michael Smith

1

Hayden Sword

1

1 1

2

Liam Walters

1

Own Goals

1

1

1

Canterbury Championship Reserves Table TEAM

POS

P

W

D

L

F

A

GD

PTS

1

Selwyn UFC Reserves

5

5

0

0

15

3

12

15

2

Nomads United

5

2

1

2

14

10

4

7

3

Waimak United

5

1

3

1

8

9

-1

6

4

Burwood

5

1

3

1

7

9

-2

6

5

Christchurch United

5

1

2

2

9

12

-3

5

6

Parklands United

5

0

1

4

6

16

-10

1


INTRODUCING OUR 2017 MEN’S CCL/RESERVES SQUAD

GORDON FRASER CCL Squad Head Coach

STEVE MASON Assistant Coach

COLIN NOLAN Assistant Coach

CHRIS SHARP CCL Manager

JODY BROWN Kitman

No. 1 KYLE HODGE

No. 2 OLLIE WILLIS

No. 3 EMILIANO FRIERE TRECU

GORDON CADDIE Reserves Manager

No. 4 LUCAS CLARK

No. 5 (CAPTAIN) MITCHELL QUIGLEY

No. 6 NICK BROUGH

No. 7 LUKE FRASER

No. 8 KANE FRASER

No. 9 HAYDEN SWORD

No. 10 MICHAEL SMITH

No. 11 NIKITA POTAPOV

No. 12 AYUSH LAKHERA

No. 13 LIAM WALTERS


THANK YOU TO OUR SQUAD MATCH DAY PROGRAM SPONSORS

No. 14 MATT LE GROS

No. 15 WILLIAM BOYLAND

No. 16 JUAN APOLLONIO

No. 17 CAMPBELL SEAL

No. 18 JAMES HURREN

No. 19 NICK BESUYEN

No. 20 TOM SHARP

No. 21 CHRIS CHICK

No. 22 EDDIE TREWINNARD

No. 23 OWEN NOLAN

No. 24 BILLY BROWN

No. 25 JAMES LAKE

No. 26 CONNOR DIFFLEY

No. 27 CAMERON MCCRACKEN

No. 28 TAHU RUSSELL

No. 29 FLASH SHANMUGAM

No. 30/32 BEN SHORE

No. 31 FINN CADDIE

No. 33 NICHOLAS SORUCO

No. 34 JEREMY KILGOUR


Waimak CCL SQUAD Player Profile:

Billy Brown Age: 17 Nickname: Billz Position: Right Wing Favourite Club: Arsenal Favourite Player: Steve Mason Favourite football moment: Making seniors Favourite movie: Jungle Book Where is the world would you like to go: Bora Bora Three things you would want on a deserted island: plane, water, food Favourite Food: Ice cream Three people (living or dead) you would like to have dinner with: Vaysion, TJ, Jesse What would you buy with your last $20: Clothes If you had a super power what would it be: Shape shifter

Waimak CCL SQUAD Player Profile:

Liam Walters Age:17 Nickname: Walters Position: Midfield Favourite club: Manchester United Favourite player: Ronaldo Favourite football moment: Watching Man City v Celtic 2016 Champions League Where is the world would you like to go: Europe Favourite Movie: Point Break Three things you would want on a deserted island: Boat, gas, food Favourite food: maccas What would you buy with your last $20: Football Three people (living or dead) you would like to have dinner with: Ronaldo, Ronaldinho, Spiderman If you had a super power what would it be: Shape Shifter


Waimak WPL SQUAD Player Profile:

Simone Salter Age: 17 Nickname: Salty

Position: midfield/full back Favourite Club: Waimak Favourite Player: Simone Salter Favourite football moment: I scored a goal in 12th grade! Where in the world would you like to go: Hawaii Favourite movie: Fast and furious Three things you would want on a deserted island: Boat, food, and water Three people (living or dead) you would like to have dinner with: Beyonce, Justin, Trump Favourite Food: Jellytip Icecream What would you buy with your last $20: Chocolate Milk

If you had a super power what would it be: Super speed

Waimak WPL SQUAD Player Profile:

Kayla Thomas Age: 18 Position: Striker Favourite Club: Selwyn Favourite Player: Briar Guyan Favourite football moment: Winning the National Women’s League with the Pride Favourite song: Guns n Roses—Sweet child of mine Favourite Food: Maccas Three people (living or dead) you would like to have dinner with: old running lady Three things you would want on a deserted island: mayo, maccas, chicken nuggets What would you buy with your last $20: maccas


WAIMAK UNITED FOOTBALL CLUB WOMEN’S PREMIER LEAGUE V

Coastal Spirit FC 20th May—Kick off 12:30pm—Cuthberts Green Coaches Comment:

Last week was a break from the league, with the girls competing in the NZF Women’s Knockout Cup against Coastal Spirit. Coastal started very well, with an energetic high press that caused our girls many problems as we were unable to break them down and that continued throughout the match, with the fulltime scoreline of 1-6 reflecting their dominance. The girls know that this was not our strongest performance, with too many individual and collective mistakes, but the squad have quickly regrouped and have responded excellently at training this week. We were all disappointed with our performance, after taking the game to Cashmere Technical the week before in our strongest performance of the year, so will be looking to bounce back this weekend. Again, we play Coastal this weekend in just our second game away from the Kendall Park turf this season. The girls know that they will come up against another strong performance from arguably the competitions strongest side. The competition for places within the squad is really beginning to develop well, with the same side not starting two weeks in a row yet this season – a fantastic ‘problem’ for Shane and myself to have! All the best to the girls on the pitch, looking to put together a performance for each other and themselves that we know they are capable of. Duncan Reed – WPL Assistant Coach “When people succeed, it is because of hard work. Luck has nothing to do with success.” – Diego Maradona

LAST WEEKS NZ Women’s KO Cup RESULT 13/5/2017 v Coastal Spirit 1-6 Loss Goalscorer: Macey Fraser Cup total: 1 WPL total: 4

LAST WEEKS PDL—RESULT 13/5/2017 v Cashmere Technical 2-12 Loss Goalscorer: Jaz Ball (2) PDL total: 7

This week the PDL have the BYE


Our last meetings…

Rnd 1 Waimak 4-6 Coastal Goalscorers: Connor Duggan, Sophie Williams, Gabi Rennie, Macey Fraser NZWKO Cup Waimak 1—6 Coastal Goalscorer: Macey Fraser


INTRODUCING OUR 2017 WOMEN’S PREMIER/PDL SQUAD

SHANE VERMA WPL Squad Head Coach

DUNCAN REED WPL Assistant Coach

MICHAEL POOLE PDL Coach

RACHELE POOLE PDL Coach

No. 1 BRIAR GUYAN

GABBY GRAY WPL Manager

TRUDY KEER-KEER Squad Manager

PDL Manager

No. 2 ELLA FONG

No. 3 RILEY FALCONER

No. 4 LILY FISHER

No. 5 (Captain) SOPHIE WILLIAMS

No. 6 THAIS MUNOZ

No. 7 GABI RENNIE

No. 8 MACEY FRASER

No. 9 GEORGIA MOORE

No. 10 EMMA JOHNSON

No. 11 KAYLA THOMAS

No. 12 EMMA FELLOWES


THANK YOU TO OUR SQUAD MATCH DAY PROGRAM SPONSORS

No. 13 GRETCHEN KEER-KEER

No. 14 CONNOR DUGGAN

No. 15 MADDI SILCOCK

No. 16 LILY THOMPSON-HOOD

No. 17 ABBEY DICKINSON

No. 18 GRACE CROSS

No. 19 CHANTAL MACDONALD

No. 20 GRACE CUFF

No. 21 HANNAH RICHARDS

No. 22 JOHANNA KEER-KEER

No. 23 JAZ BALL

No. 24 ABBY DE VISSER

No. 25 SIMONE SALTER

No. 26 REBECCA GILLETT

No. 27 BRITTANY CUTTING

No. 28 GRACE EVANS

No. 29 TESSA MCKAY

No. 30 EMILY KEER-KEER

No. 31

No. 32 BLAIR CURRIE


Women’s Premier League Results & Table Date

Opposition

Venue

W/L/D

Score

Goalscorers

1st April

Coastal Spirit

Kendall Park

Loss

4-6

Connor Duggan, Sophie Williams, Gabi Rennie, Macey Fraser

8th April

FCTwenty11

Kendall Park

Draw

2-2

Emma Fellowes, Gabi Rennie

17th April

Universities

Kendall Park

Win

4-2

Macey Fraser (2), Georgia Moore, Emma Fellowes

22nd April

Tasman

Kendall Park

Loss

0-4

25th April—Cup

Parklands

Kendall Park

Win

2(3)-2(1)

29th April

Cashmere Technical Garrick Memorial

Loss

0-1

13th May—Cup

Coastal Spirit

Loss

1-6

POS

TEAM

Kendall Park

Connor Duggan (2), Chantal Macdonald (2), Emma Johnson

Macey Fraser

P

W

D

L

F

A

GD

PTS

1

Cashmere Technical

6

6

0

0

14

4

10

18

2

Coastal Spirit

6

5

0

1

19

11

8

15

3

FC Twenty 11

6

2

1

3

13

11

2

7

4

Tasman

5

2

0

3

11

11

0

6

5

Waimak United

6

1

1

4

12

19

-7

4

6

Universities

5

0

0

5

3

16

-13

0

WPL SQUAD GOALSCORER STATISTICS Name

WPL Goals

PDL Goals

Cup Goals

Total

Name

WPL Goals

PDL Goals

Jasmine Ball

7

7

Emma Johnson

Grace Cuff

3

3

Johanna Keer-Keer

1 1

Brittany Cutting

1

1

Chantal MacDonald

Abby de Visser

1

1

Georgia Moore

1

3

Gabrielle Rennie

2

2

Hannah Richards

4

Sophie Williams

1

Own Goals

Connor Duggan

1

Emma Fellowes

2

Macey Fraser

3

2 1

Briar Guyan

1

Cup Goals

Total

1

1 1

2

3 1 2

1

1

1

1 1

1

Player Development League Table POS

TEAM

P

W

D

L

F

A

GD

PTS

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

CTFC Halswell United White FC TWENTY 11 PDL Coastal Spirit Universities WPDL Waimak United WPDL Parklands United Halswell United Green (B) Selwyn UFC WPDL

5 4 4 2 3 5 4 5 4

5 4 2 1 1 1 1 1 0

0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0

0 0 1 0 1 3 3 4 4

56 18 30 8 10 16 6 8 6

5 1 6 3 12 25 19 22 65

51 17 24 5 -2 -9 -13 -14 -59

15 12 7 4 4 4 3 3 0


THANK YOU TO OUR TEAMS OF BALL BOYS AND BALL GIRLS Finn Whitham, Noah Woolhouse, Maddison Smart, Rama Naidu, Sam Foster, Tayla Smart, Jack McPherson, Edward Richards, Emily Calvert, Mica Wilson, Amelia McAlister, Lachlan McAllum, Noah Webster, Xanthe Jane, Paddy Anderson, Thomas Hamilton, Shiloh Jenkins, Alex Fletcher, Eric Imachi Sugahara, Georgia Gardner

BALL BOY PROFILE

Name: Lachlan McAllum Age: 11 Lachlan is a member of our Waimak 12th grade gold team. Favourite football club: West Ham United Favourite football player: Winston Reid Best footballing moment: My Roberto Carlos free kick! Football Goal: To play for West Ham United Favourite Movie: Kingsman Favourite food: Vega Soup If you could have a super power what would it be: To make anything appear in front of me Where in the world would you most like to go: London


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