Round 6 in the Robbie’s Premier Football League sees a top of the table clash with second placed Cashmere Technical hosting leaders Coastal Spirit at 5pm in the final game of a triple header at ASB Football Park, with the game also a Hurley Shield Challenge.
Leaders Coastal Spirit and second placed Cashmere Technical have opened a gap at the top of the Robbie’s Premier League.
New Zealand Football confirmed on Friday Jose Figueira will not continue in the role of Men’s U-17 coach.
Leaders Coastal Spirit will be out to consolidate the top spot in the Robbie’s Premier League on Saturday when they meet Christchurch United at Cuthberts Green at 2:45pm.
Coastal Spirit top the Robbie’s PFL table after a busy Easter with Ferrymead Bays the only side not to pick up a point over the double header weekend which saw the first penalties, sending offs and own goal of the season.
Auckland City claimed their sixth ASB Premiership title on Sunday with a 2-1 come-from-behind victory over Hawke’s Bay United in the 2014-15 Grand Final at Kiwitea Street.
With two rounds being played over Easter Weekend in the Robbie’s Premier Football League all clubs will be targeting as least three points.
A tense penalty shootout and a high-scoring win were the order of the day as St Patrick’s College and Mt Albert Grammar retained their senior titles in contrasting styles at the New Zealand Secondary School Futsal (NZSSF) Championships in Wellington on Friday.
Ferrymead Bays, Cashmere Technical and Coastal Spirit remain the only unbeaten teams after Round 2 of the Robbie’s Premier League.
As part of the National Referee Week 2015 Mainland Football Referees Development Officer Wayne Stapley speaks to six of our regional referees. Today, young Nelson referee Sean Reilly shares his journey so far.
As part of the National Referee Week 2015 Mainland Football Referees Development Officer Wayne Stapley speaks to six of our regional referees. Next is young Christchurch and Premier League referee Cameron Gruschow with a bright career ahead of him.