Weekend Warriors . . .

– 5th Grade NEMOS, Cluster Games, Bremworth Park, 9:00am.
– 7th Grade NETBUSTERS v Hamilton Marist Rockets, Centennial Park, 9:00am.
– U-8 GIRLS v St Josephs Hornets, Chartwell Park #2, 9:00am.
– 9th Grade NETTERS v Northern United Stars, Centennial Park, 9:00am.
– 10th Grade NOISE v Matamata Rebels, Centennial Park, 10:15am.
– 12th Grade NEMESIS v Northern United Glory, Centennial Park, 9:00am.
– 13th Grade HIGH SCHOOL v Cambridge Lightning, John Kerkof Park, 9:00am.
– Waikato B v Putaruru Rangers, Centennial Park #3, 12:30pm.
– NRFL2 Reserves v Takapuna Reserves, Centennial Park #2, 12:30pm.
– NRFL2 Seniors v Takapuna Seniors, Centennial Park, 2:45pm.
– Women v Tokoroa, Strathmore Park, 11:00am.

You Win Two – You Lose One . . .

16-05-14 Reserves v Manukau (4-1) KO Cup - POST

The Manukau City keeper is unable to stop Nils Reardon’s 35-meter free kick in the Reserves match.

Ngaruawahia hosted two cup matches on Saturday. The Reserves met Manukau City from their own 2nd Division in a knock-out cup, to be followed by the Seniors taking on Division 1 team Mangere United in a 2nd Round Chatham Cup fixture.. Continue Reading →

GAMES 14th May

– 7th Grade Netbusters v Hillcrest Typhoons, 6-1
– Under 8 Ninjas v Western United Southern Belles, 4-1
– 9th Grade Netters v Northern United Comets, 3-1
– 10th Grade Noise v Northern United Fire, 1-1
– 12th Grade Nemesis v HCS Phoenix, 4-9
– 13th Grade High School v Northern United Orient, 1-5   50 Photos
Waikato B v West Hamilton Reserves, 1-0
– NRFL2 Reserves v Manukau (KO Cup), 4-1  98 photos
– NRFL2 Seniors v Mangere United (Chatham Cup), 0-3  89 photos

Women v Mangakino, 0-3

Green’s Stung by Thistle

16-04-30 Thirds v Huntly (2-7) - 04

Jared Williams (far right partially obscured by #9) heads home Ngaruawahia’s opening goal.

Home side Huntly Thistle senior footballers had a convincing 7-2 win over visitors Ngaruawahia United’s 3rd team (The Green Machine) in the Waikato Division B competition on Saturday.

Huntly’s Dean Delaney slotted home four goals with Lale Stapleford, Robert Wills and Jayden Richards adding to the tally.
It was Ngaruawahia’s Jared Williams who was first on the scorecard with a fine header from a right wing cross. We looked the better side for the first 10 minutes or so before Huntly found weaknesses in our defense.
Huntly replied four times before the break to give themselves a comfortable buffer.
Three further goals to Thistle in the second half was briefly countered with a goal from our Evan Retter.
Stapleford had his hopes of a brace of goals snuffed out when his penalty was saved by Ngaruawahia keeper Darry Matthews.
Huntly currently sit second in the league, eight places above Ngaruawahia.
This weekend the Ngaruawahia Thirds are away to the Waikato Unicol Development team.