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Waimak united football club www.waimakunited.org.nz

SENIOR MATCH DAY PROGRAM

8th July 2017


The Growth Mindset and Successful Athletes A Growth Mindset is possessing the belief or understanding that any talent, ability, aptitude, or characteristic that one possess can be developed through practice, dedication, and hard-work, in order to produce better results. A Fixed Mindset is to believe that your basic qualities such as talent, aptitude, intelligence, or characteristics are traits that are static or ‘fixed’. An Athlete that exhibits a Growth Mindset will look at every training session, performance, or experience, in a way that assesses their execution of strategy and evaluates their performance. In essence, these athletes ask themselves, “what can I learn from today.” This evaluation is done in an effort to improve future events and performances. Simply put, for an Athlete with the Growth Mindset, every participation offers the opportunity to get better at their craft. Tallying wins is simply a secondary benefit of the growth process. An Athlete that relies on a Fixed Mindset will likely shy away from events or situations where there is a significant risk of failure. That is to say that such an Athlete relies heavily on their talent and ability to achieve sporting success. An unfortunate side-effect that comes from the Fixed Mindset is illustrated in this simple idea: winning is winning, and thus not winning equals losing. The logical deduction from this statement is that if one is not a winner, they must be a loser. This is dangerous to our self-image across all aspects of our life. Three Ways To Embrace The Growth Mindset: #1- Adjust your perspective to look at training and competition as an opportunity to learn. Growth and development happen when we learn from our experiences. An Athlete with the Growth Mindset embraces learning in every situation possible. #2- Instead of focusing on wins or loses, embrace the work and effort required to achieve better results. Focused effort is the more accurate judge of success than winning or losing. #3- When faced with adversity or setbacks, embrace your mistakes and evaluate what led to them. Then develop and implement a plan to eliminate or minimize mistakes in future events or practices.


WAIMAK UNITED FOOTBALL CLUB MEN’S CANTERBURY CHAMPIONSHIP LEAGUE V

Selwyn United

Saturday 8th July—2:30pm Kick Off—Kendall Park

Coaches comment: Last week we played Christchurch United away. This was a fantastic game where in the first half both teams had opportunities but neither could break the deadlock, but in the second half Waimak were more dominant and after long period’s of consistent pressure we were rewarded with a goal to Mitchell Quigley, who reacted first to a loose ball in the box putting Waimak ahead with 10 minutes to go. Waimak didn’t sit back on the lead instead continued to press forward putting United under more pressure , unfortunately with the one of the last kicks of the game United managed to sneak a very late equaliser meaning the points were shared. It was also great to see the Reserve team play so well and beat United reserves 2-1. This week we are back at home to top of the table Selwyn so it would be fantastic to see a good crowd at Kendal to see us try and upset the league leaders.

Steven Mason (CCL Squad Coach) LAST WEEKS CCL RESULT 1/7/2017 v Christchurch United—1-1 DRAW Goalscorer: MITCHELL QUIGLEY CCL total: 1

LAST WEEKS RESERVES RESULT 1/7/2017 v Christchurch United—2-1 WIN Goalscorer: CAMERON MCCRACKEN Reserves total: 2

Goalscorer: JAMES LAKE CCL total: 1 Reserves total: 3

This week CCL RESERVES play: Selwyn—Kickoff 12:30pm—Kendall Park


The last time we met… Round 1 Waimak 2—2 Selwyn

Goalscorers: James Lake, Michael Smith

Round 2 Selwyn 3—1 Waimak Goalscorer: Nikita Potapov

CCL SQUAD GOALSCORER STATISTICS Name

CCL Goals

William Boyland

Cup Goals

Name

Reserve Goals

Total

1

1

Cameron McCracken

CCL Goals

Chris Chick

7

7

Nikita Potapov

3

Kane Fraser

4

4

Mitchell Quigley

1

Luke Fraser

1

1

Ben Shore

1

Michael Smith

1

3

Hayden Sword

1

3

4

Liam Walters

1

1

Own Goals

Emiliano Freire-Trecu

1

James Hurren

3

James Lake

1

Matt Le Gros

Cup Goals

Reserve Goals

Total

2

2

1

4 1

3

1 1

2 2

1

3

2 1


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

20th May

Parklands

Parklands Reserve Loss

0-1

27th May

Christchurch United

Kendall Park

Draw

2-2

Luke Fraser, Chris Chick

3rd June

Selwyn

Foster Park

Loss

1-3

Nikita Potapov

10th June

Halswell

Kendall Park

Loss

2-3

James Hurren, Chris Chick

17th June

Burwood

Clare Park

Win

4-1

Kane Fraser (2) Nikita Potapov (2)

24th June

Parklands

Kendall Park

Win

2-1

James Hurren, Chris Chick

1st July

Christchurch United

CFC Yaldhurst

Draw

1-1

Mitchell Quigley

POS

TEAM

P

W

D

L

F

A

GD

PTS

1

Selwyn UFC Stallions

13

10

2

1

46

18

28

32

2

Christchurch United

13

6

5

2

23

15

8

23

3

Waimak United

13

6

3

4

23

20

3

21

4

Halswell United

13

6

2

5

29

32

-3

20

5

Parklands United

13

3

2

8

15

27

-12

11

6

Burwood

13

0

2

11

16

40

-24

2

Canterbury Championship Reserves Table POS

TEAM

P

W

D

L

F

A

GD

PTS

1

Selwyn UFC Reserves

11

9

1

1

37

12

25

28

2

Nomads United

11

6

3

2

33

18

15

21

3

Christchurch United

11

4

3

4

19

20

-1

15

4

Waimak United

11

2

4

5

14

19

-5

10

5

Burwood

11

2

3

6

13

27

-14

9

6

Parklands United

11

2

2

7

14

34

-20

8


INTRODUCING OUR 2017 MEN’S CCL/RESERVES SQUAD

STEVE MASON Coach

COLIN NOLAN Coach

CHRIS SHARP CCL Manager

Thanks to

for their support

Artisan by Rangiora Bakery

of our CCL Squad

JODY BROWN Kitman

No. 1 KYLE HODGE

No. 2 OLLIE WILLIS

No. 3 EMILIANO FREIRE 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:

Hayden Sword Age: 33 Nickname: Swordy Position: Anywhere, but CM is my favoured position Favourite Club: Manchester United Favourite Player: Ronaldo Favourite football moment: NZ making the World Cup Favourite movie: Super Troopers Where is the world would you like to go: Anywhere warm Three things you would want on a deserted island: Fishing rod, Swiss army knife, water Favourite Food: Pizza Three people (living or dead) you would like to have dinner with: Lance Armstrong, Roger Federer, Alex Ferguson What would you buy with your last $20: Stocks If you had a super power what would it be: Teleportation

Waimak CCL SQUAD Player Profile:

Connor Diffley Age: 22 Nickname: Diff Position: Centre Mid Favourite club: Stoke City Football Club Favourite player: Peter Crouch Favourite football moment: Manchester United 2 Bayern Munich 1—Champions League Final Favourite song: Shut Up—Stormzy Where is the world would you like to go: India Things you would want on a deserted island: TV, Power, Complete Game of Thrones Favourite food: Pizza What would you buy with your last $20: Lottery ticket Three people (living or dead) you would like to have dinner with: Peter Crouch, Gordon Ramsey, Winston Churchill If you had a super power what would it be: Flight


Waimak WPL SQUAD Player Profile:

Briar Guyan Age: 21 Position: Goalkeeper Favourite Club: Liverpool FC Favourite player: Kayla Thomas Favourite football moment: Winning the National Women’s League—2013 Favourite song: Miley Cyrus—See you again Where in the world would you like to go: Kendall Park Three things you would want on a deserted island: A boat, water, and food Favourite Food: Watermelon Two people (living or dead) you would like to have dinner with: Barack Obama, and Michelle Obama

What would you buy with your last $20: Socks

If you had a super power what would it be: Time travel

Waimak WPL SQUAD Player Profile:

Tessa McKay Age: 15 Nickname: Tess

Position: Defence Favourite Club: Waimak Favourite player: Chantal MacDonald Favourite football moment: IDK Favourite Food: Pizza Favourite Movie: The Longest Ride Where in the world would you most like to go: Greek Islands Three people (living or dead) you would like to have dinner with: Scott Eastwood, Theo James, Dave Franco Three things you would want on a deserted island: Water, Food, Shelter What would you buy with your last $20: Food If you had a Superpower what would it be: Super speed or strength


WAIMAK UNITED FOOTBALL CLUB v Universities 8th July—12:30pm Kickoff—Ilam Fields Captains Comment: The WPL side entered the final round of the competition last week against FC, in just our 4th away game for the season thus far. The girls had a great start, causing FC problems in the final third, but our finishing let us down. 0-0 at halftime, the girls knew it was still all for the taking, and responded with 2 well taken goals by Georgia Moore. They defended admirably and finished the game 2-1, rewarding their good performances over the last few weeks with 3 points. Last time we faced Universities, it finished in a disappointing 1-1 draw. We were dominant for the first 45 minutes, but did not take our chances in front of goal. Universities came out and pressed well in the second half, with their hard work rewarded with a late equaliser. The girls know that today is a game where we must take the maximum points on offer and convert a run of good performances on the pitch onto points on the board. Duncan Reed—Assistant Coach

LAST WEEKS WPL RESULT v FCTwenty11—2-1 Win Goalscorer: GEORGIA MOORE (2) WPL total: 3

LAST WEEKS PDL RESULT v Selwyn—13-0 Win Goalscorer:

Goalscorer:

Goalscorer:

Goalscorer:

JAZ BALL (2)

LIBBY LATIMER

THAIS MUNOZ

KATELYN BAYER (2)

PDL total: 11

PDL total: 2

PDL total: 1

PDL total: 3

Goalscorer:

Goalscorer:

Goalscorer:

Goalscorer:

DE VISSER (2)

FALCONER (2)

RILEY

GRACE CUFF (2)

GRACE EVANS

PDL total: 6

PDL total: 2

PDL total: 5

PDL total: 2

ABBY

This week PDL play: Halswell White—9:15am—Kendall Park


Women’s Premier League Results & Table Date

Opposition

Venue

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

Kendall Park Win

2(3)-2(1) Connor Duggan (2), Chantal Macdonald (2), Emma Johnson

25th April—Cup Parklands

W/L/D Score

Goalscorers

29th April

Cashmere Technical Garrick Park

Loss

0-1

8th May

Cashmere Technical Kendall Park Loss

2-4

Macey Fraser , Ella Fong Macey Fraser

13th May—Cup Coastal Spirit

Kendall Park Loss

1-6

20th May

Coastal Spirit

Linfield Park Loss

0-6

27th May

FCTwenty11

Kendall Park Loss

0-1

10th June

Universities

Kendall Park Draw

1-1

Emma Fellowes

17th June

Tasman

Saxton Fields Loss

1-4

Macey Fraser

1st July

FCTwenty11

Kendall Park Win

2-1

Georgia Moore (2)

POS

TEAM

P

W

D

L

F

A

GD

PTS

1

Coastal Spirit

11

10

0

1

45

11

34

30

2

Cashmere Technical

11

9

1

1

21

10

11

28

3

Tasman United

10

4

1

5

21

18

3

13

4

FC TWENTY 11

11

3

2

6

16

20

-4

11

5

Waimak United

11

2

2

7

16

32

-16

8

6

Universities

10

0

2

8

6

34

-28

2

Player Development League Table POS

TEAM

P

W

D

L

F

A

GD

PTS

1

Halswell United White

9

9

0

0

54

4

50

27

2

CTFC

9

6

1

2

79

15

64

19

3

Universities WPDL

9

5

2

2

34

31

3

17

4

FC TWENTY 11 PDL

9

5

1

3

45

13

32

16

5

Coastal Spirit

8

5

1

2

44

25

19

16

6

Waimak United WPDL

10

4

1

5

39

37

2

13

7

Parklands United

9

2

0

7

24

44

-20

6

8

Halswell United Green (B)

10

2

0

8

15

38

-23

6

9

Selwyn UFC WPDL

9

0

0

9

7

134

-127

0


INTRODUCING OUR 2017 WOMEN’S PREMIER/PDL SQUAD

SHANE VERMA WPL Squad Head Coach

DUNCAN REED WPL Assistant Coach

TRUDY KEER-KEER Squad Manager

GABBY GRAY WPL Manager

MICHAEL POOLE PDL Coach

RACHELE POOLE PDL Coach

No. 1 BRIAR GUYAN

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 REBECCA GILLETT

No. 12 EMMA FELLOWES

No. 13 GRETCHEN KEER-KEER

No. 14 CONNOR DUGGAN

No. 15 MADDI SILCOCK


THANK YOU TO OUR SQUAD MATCH DAY PROGRAM SPONSORS

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 MADDIE GOMMANS

No. 27 BRITTANY CUTTING

No. 28 GRACE EVANS

No. 29 TESSA MCKAY

No. 30 EMILY KEER-KEER

No. 31 KATELYN BAYER

No. 32 BLAIR CURRIE

No. 33 KAYLA THOMAS

No. 34 LIBBY LATIMER

No. 35 JESSICA COTTERELL


The last time we met… Rnd 1 Waimak United 4—2 Universities Goalscorers: Macey Fraser (2), Georgia Moore, Emma Fellowes Rnd 2 Waimak United 1—1 Universities Goalscorer: Emma Fellowes

WPL SQUAD GOALSCORER STATISTICS Name Jasmine Ball Katelyn Bayer Grace Cuff Brittany Cutting Abby de Visser Connor Duggan Grace Evans Riley Falconer Emma Fellowes Ella Fong Macey Fraser

WPL PDL Cup Total Goals Goals Goals 11 3 5 2 6 1

2 2 2

3 1 5

1

Name

11 3 5 2 6 3 2 2 3 1

Briar Guyan Emma Johnson Emily Keer-Keer Johanna Keer-Keer Libby Latimer Chantal MacDonald Georgia Moore Thais Munoz Gabi Rennie

6

Sophie Williams

WPL PDL Cup Total Goals Goals Goals 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 2 3 3 3 1 1 2 2

Hannah Richards

1 1

1 1


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: Emily Calvert Age: 11 Nickname: Emz Position: Goalkeeper Emily is a member of our 13th grade girls gold team playing in Division 1, and a member of our academy and GK academy.

Favourite football club: Real Madrid Favourite football player: Ronaldo Best footballing moment: Winning the Alan Fraser Tournament and getting golden gloves Favourite song: Attention by Charlie Puth Favourite food: Pasta If you could have a super power what would it be: Invisibility Where in the world would you most like to go: Paris What would you buy with your last $20: A mini drone Three things you would want on a deserted island: Water, food, and a caravan Three people (living or dead) you would like to have dinner with: Ed Sheeran, Dan Carter, and Messi


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