Chatham and Kate Sheppard Cups - Round 2 wrap

Round 2 of the Football Foundation Kate Sheppard Cup and the Chatham Cup took place over the long weekend, with a series of standout results and challengers for glory.


In the Football Foundation Kate Sheppard Cup, holders Eastern Suburbs marched into the next round courtesy of a 4-0 win over Northland FC. Charlotte Lancaster scored seven goals in W-League Palmerston North Marist’s 20-0 demolition of Capital Premier side Upper Hutt City, Coastal Spirit dispatched fellow Mainland Women’s Premiership side Cashmere Technical 4-1 and 2018 winners Dunedin Technical beat Green Island 3-2.


Of the Kate Sheppard Cup first time entrants Richmond Athletic FC and Franklin United are the only ones to remain in the Cup, with Richmond Athletic knocking out fellow newcomers Blenheim Valley Sports Club 2-1, and Franklin dispatching Rotorua United 2-0.


In the Chatham Cup, Auckland City FC introduced themselves to the competition by beating NRFL Div 1 side Ellerslie AFC. NRFL Div 1 team Waiheke United, meanwhile, reinforced their island fortress with a 12-1 win over FC Whangarei, with Juan Cruz Canay rocketing to the top of the goalscoring charts with a double hattrick in the process. Ngaruawahia


Lower Hutt City celebrated their centenary weekend with a 6-0 win over Island Bay United, spearheaded by Riley Bidois’s hattrick, while holders Napier City Rovers knocked out fellow Central League side Wairarapa United. In the South Island, a late flurry of goals from Green Island AFC eventually secured them a 5-2 win over Northern AFC  by the end of extra time.


The full results for both Cups can be seen below.


The draw for the Football Foundation Kate Sheppard Cup and Chatham Cup Round 3 matches will take place from 1pm Wednesday, 9 June. Games for Round 3 will take place over the weekend of 19/20 June.


Football Foundation Kate Sheppard Cup Round 2 Results

Ellerslie AFC 6:0 Waikato Unicol AFC

Papamoa FC Inc 0:9 Auckland United FC

Onehunga Sports FC 1:9 Northern Rovers FC

West Coast Rangers FC 3:3 AET (PEN 2:3) Papakura City FC

Bucklands Beach AFC 1:9 Hamilton Wanderers

Rotorua Utd AFC Inc 0:2 Franklin United FC

Western Springs AFC 12:0 Birkenhead United AFC

Northland FC 0:4 Eastern Suburbs AFC

Wellington United 3:2 AET Waterside Karori

Wairarapa Utd 14:0 New Plymouth Rangers AFC

Victoria University 1:1 AET (PEN 4:1) Petone FC

PN Marist FC 20:0 Upper Hutt City Football

Cashmere Technical 1:4 Coastal Spirit

Blenheim Valley Sports Inc 1:2 Richmond Athletic AFC

Mosgiel AFC 0:8 Otago University AFC

Green Island AFC 2:3 Dunedin Technical AFC


Chatham Cup Round 2 Results

Franklin United FC 0:6 Birkenhead United AFC

Auckland United FC 9:0 Cambridge FC

Onehunga Mangere United AFC 3:4 AET Mt Albert Ponsonby AFC

West Hamilton Utd FC 3:0 Northern Rovers FC (previous result of 4:0 to Northern Rovers overturned)

Waikato Unicol AFC 0:1 Manurewa AFC

Melville Utd AFC 5:0 Waitemata FC

Hamilton Wanderers 5:5 AET (PEN 8:7) East Coast Bays AFC

Auckland City FC 7:0 Ellerslie AFC

Waiheke Utd AFC 12:1 FC Whangarei

Bay Olympic FC 4:3 AET Western Springs AFC

Albany United FC 0:4 Eastern Suburbs AFC

Papakura City FC 3:3 AET (PEN 4:2) Metro FC

West Auckland 1:2 Tauranga City AFC

Claudelands Rovers SC 4:5 Manukau United FC

North Shore United AFC 3:1 Ranui Swanson FC

Ngaruawahia Utd AFC Inc 2:1 West Coast Rangers FC

Wellington United 1:4 Wellington Olympic

Stop Out SC 4:1 Kapiti Coast Utd

Miramar Rangers AFC 5:0 Havelock North Wanderers AFC

North Wellington FC 4:0 Wainuiomata

Tawa AFC 2:3 Waterside Karori

Wairarapa United 2:4 Napier City Rovers AFC

Lower Hutt City AFC 6:0 Island Bay United AFC

Western Suburbs FC 4:0 Upper Hutt City Football

Rangers AFC 1:2 Nelson Suburbs FC

Coastal Spirit 8:0 Burwood AFC

Ferrymead Bays FC 0:3 Christchurch Utd

Cashmere Technical 4:0 Selwyn United FC

Wanaka AFC 5:1 Gore Wanderers AFC

Northern AFC 2:5 AET Green Island AFC

South City Royals FC 2:1 AET Mosgiel AFC

Queenstown AFC 0:1 Otago University AFC

Article added: Tuesday 08 June 2021


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