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2016 Women's Knockout Cup

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2016 Women's Knockout Cup
Dates15 May 201611 September 2016
Championship venueQBE Stadium, Auckland
Teams43
ChampionsForrest Hill Milford
Runners-upGlenfield Rovers
Championship match score2–2 (aet) (4–3 pens)
Maia Jackman TrophyTessa Berger
2015
2017

The 2016 Women's Knockout Cup is New Zealand's women's 23rd knockout football competition.

The 2016 competition had three rounds 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, 43 teams entered the competition.

The 2016 final

The 2016 final was played between two Auckland teams Forrest Hill Milford and Glenfield Rovers at QBE Stadium before the men's Chatham Cup final. This was Forrest Hill-Milford second final appearance, having lost previously in the 2014 final, while Glenfield Rovers had won the cup the last two seasons and was looking for the three-peat. Forrest Hill-Milford won the game 4–3 on penalties after finishing 1–1 at full time and 2–2 at the end of extra time. Tessa Berger was the winner of the Maia Jackman trophy for the most valuable player.[1][2] This final is also notable for being the first women's final to be televised live in New Zealand.[3]

Results

Round 1

Northern Region
15 May 2016 Bay Olympic0–9 Central United Olympic Park, Auckland
11:00 Report
15 May 2016 Papakura City 11–0Clendon UnitedMcLennan Park, Auckland
13:00 Report
15 May 2016 Melville United2–3 Rotorua United Gower Park, Hamilton
14:00 Report
Central/Capital Region
15 May 2016 Napier Marist1–3 Wairarapa United Park Island 2, Napier
13:00 Report
Mainland Region
Southern Region
15 May 2016 Northern AFC0–13 Queenstown Rovers Caledonian Ground, Dunedin
12:00 Report
All teams listed below received byes to the second round.
Northern Region: Claudelands Rovers, Eastern Suburbs, Ellerslie, Forrest Hill Milford, Glenfield Rovers, Hamilton Wanderers, Hibiscus Coast, Lynn-Avon United, Metro FC, Norwest United, Papatoetoe AFC, Three Kings United, Western Springs.
Central/Capital Region: Seatoun, Upper Hutt City, Valeron Wanderers FC, Wellington United.
Mainland Region: Cashmere Technical FC, Coastal Spirit FC, Waimak United FC.
Southern Region: Dunedin Technical, Otago University AFC, Roslyn-Wakari AFC.

Round 2

Northern Region
5 June 2016 Forrest Hill Milford 3–1Papatoetoe AFCBecroft Park, Auckland
13:00
Report
  • Asafo-Tavitan Goal 25'
5 June 2016 Claudelands Rovers 3–2*Three Kings UnitedGalloway Park, Auckland
13:00
  • Gubb Goal 8'
  • Golding Goal 24'
  • Krystman Goal 54'
Report
5 June 2016 Eastern Suburbs 13–0Papakura CityMadills Farm Reserve, Auckland
13:00
Report
5 June 2016 Ellerslie0–1 Lynn-Avon United Michaels Avenue, Auckland
12:00 Report
  • Ferrier Goal
5 June 2016 Rotorua United 2–0Central UnitedNeil Hunt Park, Rotorua
13:00
  • Maguire Goal 11'
  • Fisher Goal 53'
Report
5 June 2016 Western Springs AFC 3–1Norwest UnitedSeddon Fields, Auckland
13:00
  • O’Neill Goal (2)
  • Murray Goal
Report
  • Pretty Goal
5 June 2016 Hibiscus Coast AFC0–7 Glenfield Rovers Stanmore Bay Park, Whangaparaoa
13:00 Report
  • Skilton Goal 1'26'30'60'
  • Rood Goal 25'62'
  • Van Noorden Goal 28'
6 June 2016 Metro FC 4–3 (a.e.t.)Hamilton Wanderers AFCPhyllis Street Reserve, Auckland
12:00
  • Douglas Goal
  • Burton Goal
  • Oulaghan Goal
  • Khanthee Goal
Report
  • Ryan Goal (2)
  • Bloxham Goal
Central/Capital Region
5 June 2016 Upper Hutt 12–0Victoria University of Wellington AFCMaidstone Park, Wellington
13:00
  • Stewart Goal 9'13'25'
  • Main Goal 27'37'38'50'61'75'80'
  • Lavery Goal 73'
  • Stirling Goal 90'
Report
5 June 2016 Petone0–4 Wellington United Memorial Park, Wellington
13:00 Report
  • Hunter Goal 61'
  • Grange Goal 67'
  • Robertson Goal 76'80'
5 June 2016 Valeron Wanderers0–2 Seatoun Skoglund Park, Palmerston North
13:00 Report
  • Olson Goal (2)
Mainland Region
6 June 2016 FC Twenty 11 3–2UniversitiesAvonhead Park, Christchurch
12:30
  • Dockerty Goal 4'
  • Own goal Goal 35'
  • Stewart Goal 55'
Report
  • Daly-Davies Goal 30'
  • Mason Goal 56' (pen.)
6 June 2016 Coastal Spirit FC2–3 Cashmere Technical Endeavour Park, Christchurch
12:30
  • Dabner Goal 41'
  • Harman-Watt Goal 65'
Report
  • Barker Goal 4'
  • Barker Goal 32'
  • Wong Goal 61'
Southern Region
4 June 2016 Queenstown Rovers1–6 Otago University AFC Queenstown Events Centre, Queenstown
12:00
  • Hislop Goal 82'
Report
  • Lewis Goal 2'
  • Drake Goal 24'50'90'
  • Christie Goal 44'
  • Bacon Goal 58'
4 June 2016 Dunedin Technical1–1 (a.e.t.)
(2–3 p)
Roslyn-Wakari AFC Tahuna Park, Dunedin
12:45
  • Smith Goal 54'
Report
  • McIntosh Goal 78'
  • Though Claudelands Rovers beat Three Kings United 3–2, they were found to have fielded an ineligible player so Three Kings United was awarded the 3–0 win and moved onto the 3rd round.[4]

Round 3

Northern Region
26 June 2016 Glenfield Rovers 3–2Eastern SuburbsMcFetridge Park, Auckland
13:00 Report
  • Hand Goal
  • Parris Goal (pen.)
26 June 2016 Rotorua United0–4 Western Springs Neil Hunt Park, Rotorua
13:00 Report
  • O’Neill Goal (3)
  • Cooper Goal
26 June 2016 Metro FC1–5 Forrest Hill Milford Phyllis Street Reserve, Auckland
13:00
  • Goldstone Goal
Report
  • Christensen Goal (2)
  • Carlsen Goal
  • Jervis Goal
  • Vosper Goal
Central/Capital Region
26 June 2016 Palmerston North Marist3–4 Upper Hutt Memorial Park, Palmerston North
13:00
  • Lynne-Lewis Goal (3)
Report
  • Morrison Goal
  • Stewart Goal
  • Fibbes Goal
  • Main Goal
26 June 2016 Seatoun 1–0 (a.e.t.)Wellington UnitedSeatoun Park, Wellington
13:00
  • Surridge Goal
Report
Mainland/Southern Region
25 June 2016 FC Twenty 110–7 Cashmere Technical English Park, Christchurch
12:30 Report
  • Wong Goal (3)
  • Wieblitz Goal (3)
  • Barker Goal

Quarter-finals

17 July 2016 Western Springs0–5 Glenfield Rovers Seddon Fields, Auckland
12:30 Report
  • Bultitude Goal
  • Innes Goal
  • Rood Goal (3)
17 July 2016 Three Kings United2–3 Forrest Hill Milford Keith Hay Park, Auckland
13:00
  • Richards Goal
  • Pritchard Goal (pen.)
Report
  • Vosper Goal
  • Christensen Goal (2)
17 July 2016 Seatoun0–1 (a.e.t.) Upper Hutt Seatoun Park, Wellington
13:00 Report
  • Bryant Goal 120+3'
16 July 2016 Cashmere Technical 11–0Roslyn-WakariGarrick Memorial Park, Christchurch
12:30
  • Wieblitz Goal (4)
  • Wong Goal (2)
  • Ward Goal (2)
  • Barker Goal
  • van Empel Goal
  • Barker Goal
Report

Semi-finals

27 August 2016 Cashmere Technical0–6 Forrest Hill Milford Garrick Memorial Park, Christchurch
13:00 Report
27 August 2016 Glenfield Rovers 1–0Upper HuttMcFetridge Park, Auckland
14:00
Report

Final

11 September 2016 Forrest Hill Milford 2–2 (a.e.t.)
(4–3 p)
Glenfield RoversQBE Stadium, Auckland
12:00
Report
Attendance: 4,216
Penalties

References

  1. ^ Ruane, Jeremy. ""Swans" On The Spot To Thwart Rovers' "Three-Peat"". Ultimatenzsoccer. Retrieved 11 September 2016.
  2. ^ "Forrest Hill claim final on penalties". NZ Football. Archived from the original on 12 April 2017. Retrieved 11 September 2016.
  3. ^ "National Women's Knockout Cup History". Ultimatenzsoccer. Retrieved 3 October 2017.
  4. ^ "2016 Women's Knockout Cup". Ultimatenzsoccer. Retrieved 3 October 2017.
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