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2013 Chatham Cup

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2013 Chatham Cup
Country New Zealand
Dates25 April 201315 September 2013
Championship venueEnglish Park, Christchurch
Teams132
Defending championsCentral United
ChampionsCashmere Technical (3rd title)
First win was as Christchurch Technical in 1948
Runners-upWaitakere City
Championship match score3–1
Jack Batty Memorial CupAndy Pitman (Cashmere Technical)
2012
2014

The 2013 ASB Chatham Cup was New Zealand's 86th knockout football competition.[1]

The 2013 competition had a qualification round and four rounds proper, before quarter-finals, semi-finals, and a final. Competition was run in three regions (Northern, Central, Southern) until the quarter-finals, from which stage the draw was open. In all, 132 teams entered the competition.[2]

The 2013 final

The final was played in front of a crowd of 2,000 spectators. Cashmere Technical took an early lead in the 5th minute when Julyan Collett was fouled in the penalty area and Danny Boys sent Waitakere City goalkeeper Eamon Goodin the wrong way. The lead was short lived when just 10 minutes later, Cashmere conceded their first and what would be their only goal of the whole campaign. Waitakere won a free kick 25 metres out and Jake Butler lined up his shot. It went straight into the defensive wall but from the rebound his follow up put the ball past Cashmere keeper Shaun Roberts. It didn't take long for Cashmere to restore there lead when Stu Kelly was rewarded for his hard work, sloting the ball home in the 23rd minute. From there both teams had their chances but the result was finally put beyond doubt in injury time when, spotting the keeper off his line, Dan Ede put in a deft long-range lob and the game finished 3–1.[3][4][5]

The Jack Batty Memorial Cup for the final's most valuable player was awarded to Cashmere Technical's Andy Pitman.[6]

Results

Qualification round

All fixtures, results and dates are taken from the following sources: The Ultimate New Zealand Soccer Website,[7] RSSSF,[8] Capital Football Season Review,[9] and New Zealand Football.[10]

Northern region
25 April 2013 Puhoi Wolfpack 2–1South Auckland RangersPuhoi Domain, Rodney
14:00
25 April 2013 Glen Eden United0–4 Drury United Parrs Park, Auckland
14:00
25 April 2013 Tauranga Old Blues 6–1West Hamilton United
14:00
25 April 2013 Ranui Swanson 3–2TikipungaStarling Park, Waitākere
14:00
25 April 2013 Te Atatu 2–1Zamantix RoversTe Atatū Peninsula Park, Auckland
14:00
25 April 2013 Te Awamutu0–4 Whakatane Town Te Awamutu Stadium, Te Awamutu
14:00
25 April 2013 AFC Fury 5–0Morrinsville
14:00
25 April 2013 High School Old Boys Football Club0–1 Beachlands Maraetai
14:00
25 April 2013 Cambridge 8–0Nixon ParkJohn Kerkhof Park, Cambridge
14:00
25 April 2013 Westlake BHS 5–3Kerikeri
14:00
25 April 2013 Bucklands Beach0–11 Waitemata Lloyd Elsmore Park, Bucklands Beach
14:00
25 April 2013 Norwest United1–2 West Auckland Huapai Domain, Kumeū
14:00
25 April 2013 Ngongotaha 4–2Rotorua UnitedTamarahi Reserve, Ngongotahā
14:00
25 April 2013 Taupo AFC 3–2Waitakere RangersCrown Reserve, Taupo
14:00
Central region
25 April 2013 North End0–5 New Plymouth Rangers Skoglund Park, Palmerston North
14:00
Southern region
25 April 2013 Central Pirates 3–1Wakefield
14:00

All teams listed below received byes to the first round.

Northern: Air Force, Hukanui Rototuna, Navy, Papakura City, Pukekohe.
Central: FC Western, Napier City Rovers, Inglewood, Palmerston North Marist, Red Sox Manawatu, Taradale, Wanganui City.
Southern: FC Nelson, Nelson College, Richmond Athletic.

All teams listed below were seeded to the first round.

Northern: Albany United, Claudelands Rovers, Eastern Suburbs, Fencibles, Forrest Hill Milford, Glenfield Rovers, Hibiscus Coast, Lynn Avon United, Mangere United, Manukau City, Melville United, Metro, Mt Albert Ponsonby, Ngaruawahia United, North Shore United, Onehunga Mangere United, Oratia United, Papatoetoe, Takapuna, Tauranga City United, Waiuku, Warkworth, Western Springs.
Central: Brooklyn Northern United, Eastbourne, Greytown, Island Bay United, Kapiti Coast United, Lower Hutt City, Marist, Miramar Rangers, Naenae, North Wellington, Olympic, Petone, Seatoun, Stokes Valley, Stop Out, Tawa, Upper Hutt City, Victoria University, Wainuiomata, Wairarapa United, Waterside Karori, Wellington College, Wellington United, Western Suburbs.
Southern: Coastal Spirit, FC Twenty 11, Grants Braes, Green Island, Halswell United, Melchester Rovers, Mosgiel, Nomads United, Northern, Northern Hearts, Old Boys, Otago University, Queens Park, Roslyn Wakari, Selwyn United, Southend United, Universities, Waihopai, Waimak United, Western AFC.

All teams listed below were seeded to the second round.

Northern: Bay Olympic, Birkenhead United, Central United, East Coast Bays, Ellerslie, Hamilton Wanderers, Manurewa, Onehunga Sports, Three Kings United, Waitakere City.
Southern: Cashmere Technical, Caversham, Dunedin Technical, Ferrymead Bays.

Round 1

All fixtures, results and dates are taken from the following sources: The Ultimate New Zealand Soccer Website,[7] RSSSF, [8] Capital Football Season Review[9] and New Zealand Football.[10]

Northern region
11/12 May 2013 Beachlands Maraetai2–3 Air Force
11/12 May 2013 Drury United0–7 Albany United
11/12 May 2013 Fencibles United 6–2NavyRiverhills Domain, Auckland
11/12 May 2013 Glenfield Rovers 10–0Te AtatuMcFetridge Park, North Shore
11/12 May 2013 Old Blues 5–1Hukanui Rototuna
11/12 May 2013 Papakura City 5–0Puhoi WolfpackMcLennan Park, Auckland
11/12 May 2013 Takapuna 8–4Claudelands RoversTaharoto Park, Takapuna
11/12 May 2013 Taupo 2–1MetroCrown Reserve, Taupo
11/12 May 2013 Warkworth0–1 Western Springs Shoesmith Domain, Warkworth
11/12 May 2013 Whakatane Town1–4 Fury
Central region
11/12 May 2013 Eastbourne0–3 Naenae Bishop Park, Lower Hutt
11/12 May 2013 Greytown4–10 Brooklyn Northern United
11/12 May 2013 Inglewood 5–1Wanganui City
11/12 May 2013 New Plymouth Rangers 2–1WesternMerrilands Domain, New Plymouth
11/12 May 2013 Seatoun1–3 Tawa Seatoun Park, Wellington
11/12 May 2013 Stokes Valley0–11 Lower Hutt City Delaney Park, Lower Hutt
11/12 May 2013 Taradale1–3 Palmerston North Marist
11/12 May 2013 Wainuiomata 1–0Western SuburbsRichard Prouse Park, Lower Hutt
Southern region
11/12 May 2013 Central Pirates 2–1Nelson
11/12 May 2013 Coastal Spirit0–3 Western Cuthberts Green, Christchurch
11/12 May 2013 Old Boys 2–0MosgielWaverley Park, Invercargill
11/12 May 2013 Melchester Rovers0–13 Roslyn-Wakari Caledonian Ground, Dunedin
11/12 May 2013 Otago University 3–0Northern HeartsCaledonian Ground, Dunedin
11/12 May 2013 Queens Park 7–1Southend UnitedQueen’s Park, Invercargill
11/12 May 2013 Waihopai0–1 Grants Braes Surrey Park, Invercargill
11/12 May 2013 Waimakariri United 3–0Selwyn UnitedRangiora A&P Showgrounds, Rangiora

*both sides used unregistered players and were disqualified

Round 2

All fixtures, results and dates are taken from the following sources: The Ultimate New Zealand Soccer Website,[7] RSSSF, [8] Capital Football Season Review[9] and New Zealand Football.[10]

Northern region
1 June 2013 Manurewa 6–2Old BluesWar Memorial Park, Auckland
1 June 2013 Fury0–6 East Coast Bays
1 June 2013 Onehunga Sports 4–1WaitemataWaikaraka Park, Auckland
1 June 2013 Takapuna1–4 Waitakere City Taharoto Park, Takapuna
1 June 2013 Papakura City0–4 Bay Olympic McLennan Park, Auckland
1 June 2013 Three Kings United 3–0TaupoKeith Hay Park, Auckland
Central region
1 June 2013 Naenae 0–4 Palmerston North Marist Naenae Park, Lower Hutt
1 June 2013 Inglewood2–3 Tawa
Southern region
1 June 2013 Central Pirates0–1 Nelson College
1 June 2013 Western2–5 Ferrymead Bays Westminster Park, Christchurch
1 June 2013 Waimakariri United WBD*
Note: * Canterbury University and FC Twenty where both disqualified in the previous round after each team used unregistered players
1 June 2013 Caversham 3–2Old BoysTonga Park, Dunedin

Round 3

All fixtures, results and dates are taken from the following sources: The Ultimate New Zealand Soccer Website,[7] RSSSF, [8] Capital Football Season Review[9] and New Zealand Football.[10]

Northern region
15/16 June 2013 Bay Olympic 5–1East Coast BaysOlympic Park, Auckland
15/16 June 2013 Manurewa 2–1Three Kings UnitedWar Memorial Park, Auckland
Central region
15/16 June 2013 Napier City Rovers1–2 Wairarapa United Bluewater Stadium, Napier
Note: Wairarapa United used an ineligible player and were disqualified; Napier allowed to progress
Southern region
15/16 June 2013 Roslyn-Wakari 8–1 Northern Ellis Park, Dunedin

Round 4

All fixtures, results and dates are taken from the following sources: The Ultimate New Zealand Soccer Website,[7] RSSSF, [8] Capital Football Season Review[9] and New Zealand Football.[10]

Northern region
29/30 June 2013 Manurewa0–1 Melville United War Memorial Park, Auckland
  • Te Pou Goal
29/30 June 2013 Birkenhead United 3–1Hamilton WanderersShepherds Park, North Shore
  • Hobson-McVeigh Goal
  • Neblett Goal
  • Windust Goal
  • Jones Goal
29/30 June 2013 Onehunga Sports 4–0Ngaruawahia UnitedWaikaraka Park, Auckland
  • Kelly Goal(2)
  • Furukawa Goal
  • Freeman Goal
29/30 June 2013 Waitakere City 3–1Bay OlympicFred Taylor Park, Waitākere
  • Tanabe Goal
Central region
29/30 June 2013 Wellington Olympic 4–2Lower Hutt CityWakefield Park, Wellington
  • Hannah Goal(3)
  • Putt Goal
  • Hailermariam Goal
  • Coad Goal
Southern region
29/30 June 2013 Cashmere Technical 7–0Waimakariri UnitedGarrick Memorial Park, Christchurch
  • Ede Goal(2)
  • Schwarz Goal(2)
  • Barton Goal
  • Kelly Goal
  • Terris Goal

Quarter-finals

All fixtures, results and dates are taken from the following sources: The Ultimate New Zealand Soccer Website,[7] RSSSF, [8] Capital Football Season Review[9] and New Zealand Football.[10]

27/28 July 2013 Melville United 2–1Birkenhead UnitedGower Park, Hamilton
  • Hilliar Goal
  • Scott Goal
27/28 July 2013 Waitakere City 7–0Onehunga SportsFred Taylor Park, Waitākere
27/28 July 2013 Wellington Olympic 3–2CavershamWakefield Park, Wellington
  • Hancock Goal
  • Ryder Goal

Semi-finals

All fixtures, results and dates are taken from the following sources: The Ultimate New Zealand Soccer Website,[7] RSSSF, [8] Capital Football Season Review[9] and New Zealand Football.[10]

24 August 2013 Melville United1–4 Waitakere City Gower Park, Hamilton
  • Hafal Goal
24 August 2013 Cashmere Technical 4–0Wellington OlympicGarrick Memorial Park, Christchurch
  • O'Brian Goal(2)
  • Mitchell Goal
  • Ede Goal

Final

All fixtures, results and dates are taken from the following sources: The Ultimate New Zealand Soccer Website,[7] RSSSF, [8] Capital Football Season Review[9] and New Zealand Football.[10] Team lists and numbers taken from NZ Football on Youtube.[11]

Cashmere Technical3–1Waitakere City
report
Referee: Nick Waldron
Cashmere Technical
Waitakere City
GK 22 Shaun Roberts
DF 3 Daniel Terris
DF Nick Wortelboer
DF 5 Dan Schwarz
MF 6 Tom Schwarz Yellow card 57'
MF 7 Julyan Collett Yellow card 35' Substituted off 75'
MF 8 Stuart Kelly Yellow card 41' Substituted off 87'
MF 16 Cory Mitchell
MF 18 Shawn O'Brien Substituted off 82'
FW 19 Andy Pitman (c) Yellow card 66'
FW 33 Danny Boys
Substitutes:
4 James Price
10 Dan Ede Substituted in 82'
11 Jamie Smith Substituted in 87'
12 Andrew Barton Substituted in 75'
Manager:
John Brown
GK 1 Eamon Goodin
DF 2 Matthew Chatterton
DF 3 Tim Myers
DF 5 Sam Redwood
MF 7 Imraan Shah Substituted off 81'
MF 9 Rory Turner
MF 10 Denver MacDonald
MF 11 Roy Krishna (c)
MF 14 Kodai Hayashi
FW 17 Jake Butler Substituted off 68'
FW 18 Jack Caunter
Substitutes:
4 John Muchirahondo
12 Kario Pavic
13 Meneua Fakasega Substituted in 81'
16 Joseph Turagabeci
Manager:
Colin Tuaa

Jack Batty Memorial Cup:

  • Andy Pitman

References

  1. ^ "ASB Chatham Cup Overview". New Zealand Football. Archived from the original on 26 September 2013. Retrieved 13 May 2021.
  2. ^ "ASB Chatham Cup set to celebrate 90 years of glory". New Zealand Football. Archived from the original on 10 April 2013. Retrieved 10 November 2020.
  3. ^ Ruane, Jeremy (15 September 2013). "Cup Glory For Cashmere - After 65 Years". The Ultimate NZ Soccer Website. Retrieved 10 November 2020.
  4. ^ Smith, Tony (15 September 2013). "Cashmere Technical end Canterbury's wait". The Press. Retrieved 10 November 2020.
  5. ^ "Soccer: Cashmere end Canterbury Cup drought". The New Zealand Herald. 15 September 2013. Retrieved 10 November 2020.
  6. ^ Smith, Tony (17 September 2013). "Pitman in line for another award". Stuff. Retrieved 18 May 2021.
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h Ruane, Jeremy. "2013 Chatham Cup". The Ultimate New Zealand Soccer Website. Retrieved 13 May 2021.
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h "New Zealand 2013". RSSSF. Retrieved 13 May 2021.
  9. ^ a b c d e f g h "Capital Football Season Review 2013" (PDF). Capital Football. p. 68. Retrieved 13 May 2021.
  10. ^ a b c d e f g h "ASB Chatham Cup 2013". Archived from the original on 20 April 2013. Retrieved 13 May 2021.
  11. ^ 2013 ASB Chatham Cup Final Cashmere Technical v Waitakere City (Television production). New Zealand Football. 19 September 2013. Retrieved 18 May 2021.
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