The Canterbury United FC INC Annual General MEeting scheduled for 14 September has been postponed until October 12 2015 7pm.
The showpiece matches of the New Zealand winter football calendar will take place in Auckland in September with the ASB Chatham Cup and ASB Women’s Knockout Cup finals confirmed on Tuesday.
The final round of the Robbie’s Mainland Premier League came to a close of on Saturday with several records created, milestones reached and several goodbyes with some coaches and players not likely to be involved in the 2016 season.
The 14th edition of the Robbie’s Mainland Premier League concludes on Saturday with champion’s Cashmere Technical travelling just down the road to play third placed Ferrymead Bays at Ferrymead Park.
The champions and relegated side are likely to be decided over the weekend in the Robbie’s Premier League with a win by Cashmere Technical over Western at Garrick Memorial Park will see them retain the title for a record three season’s on the trot.
Cashmere Technical moved to within one win of becoming the first club to win record of three Robbie’s Mainland Premier League titles on end, when inflecting a record 6 - 1 defeat on Coastal Spirit.
Paul Bateson, Mainland Football Development Officer, is moving on to Coastal Spirit to take on the role of Football Development Manager.
Four teams; Cashmere Technical, Nelson Suburbs, Ferrymead Bays and Universities, have the chance of making it a clean sweep of their respective rivals in the Robbie’s Premier League on Saturday.
Having a local team competing in the final stages of the Chatham Cup is a good reason to reflect on the football-calendar year just been.
Coastal Spirit claimed their sixth Robbie’s Women’s Premier League title in eight seasons and their fourth on end when they defeated Universities 4 - 1.
Universities stand between Coastal and a fourth Robbie’s Women’s Premiership in a row when they meet at ASB Football Park at 12:30pm on Saturday.