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2017 Women's Knockout Cup

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2017 Women's Knockout Cup
Dates14 May 201710 September 2017
Championship venueQBE Stadium, Auckland
Teams38
ChampionsGlenfield Rovers
Runners-upEastern Suburbs
Championship match score5–4
Maia Jackman TrophyKate Loye
2016
2018

The 2017 Women's Knockout Cup is New Zealand's women's 24th knockout football competition.

The 2017 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, 38 teams entered the competition.

The 2017 final

The 2017 final was played between two Auckland teams Glenfield Rovers and Eastern Suburbs at QBE Stadium before the men's Chatham Cup final. This was Glenfield Rovers seventh final appearance, having won three and lost three previously including the 2016 final, while Eastern Suburbs have only been in the final once before in 2005 where they lost to Lynn-Avon United. Glenfield went on to win the game 5–4 which was slightly generous to Suburbs in a game where Glenfield created more chances. Kate Loye from Rovers was the winner of the Maia Jackman trophy for the most valuable player.[1]

Results

Round 1

Central/Capital Region
14 May 2017 Brooklyn Northern United 1–1
(4–3 p)
PetoneWakefield Park, Wellington
13:00
  • Wilkinson Goal 53'
Report
  • Robertson Goal 28'
Mainland Region
13 May 2017 Waimak United1–6 Coastal Spirit Kendall Park, Christchurch
11:30
  • Fraser Goal 8'
Report
  • Clarke Goal 9'87'
  • Nicholson Goal 46'80'
  • Roberts Goal (29)
  • Jones Goal 34' (pen.)
13 May 2017 Halswell United 11–0Parklands UnitedHalswell Domain, Christchurch
13:00
  • Vallely Goal 23'87'
  • Hawley Goal 31'47'
  • Hemsley Goal 32'62'
  • Van Der Pol Goal 37'
  • Bunting Goal 42'
  • Neilson Goal 64'70'
  • Twiss Goal 86'
Report
13 May 2017 Universities1–4 FC Twenty 11 Ilam Field, Christchurch
13:00 Report
  • Morrow Goal Goal
  • Stewart Goal Goal
Southern Region
13 May 2017 Roslyn-Wakari 10–0Green IslandEllis Park, Dunedin
11:00
  • Bacon Goal 13'41'58'84'
  • Johnstone Goal 29'
  • Baldwin Goal 34'53'67'
  • Whitson Goal 79'
  • McIntosh Goal 90'
Report
All teams listed below received byes to the second round.
Northern Region: Forrest Hill Milford, Glenfield Rovers, Hibiscus Coast, Norwest United, Ellerslie, Central United, Eastern Suburbs, Fencibles United, Metro FC, Papakura City, Three Kings United, Western Springs, Claudelands Rovers, Hamilton Wanderers, Otumoetai FC, Rotorua United.
Central/Capital Region: Palmerston North Marist, Wellington United, Upper Hutt City, Seatoun, Wairarapa United, Stop Out.
Mainland Region: Cashmere Technical FC.
Southern Region: Otago University, Dunedin Technical, Queenstown Rovers.

Round 2

Northern Region
2 June 2017 Western Springs 2–1Hibiscus CoastSeddon Fields, Auckland
19:30
Report
4 June 2017 Claudelands Rovers 7–0Fencibles UnitedGalloway Park, Hamilton
13:00
  • Gubb Goal 9'62'
  • Own goal Goal 18'79'
  • Cawte Goal 35'
  • Foster Goal 49'
  • Krystman Goal 67'
Report
4 June 2017 Norwest United 3–2MetroHuapai Reserve, Auckland
13:00
Report
  • Poata Goal 70'
  • Boyes Goal 86'
4 June 2017 Three Kings United 18–0Rotorua UnitedKeith Hay Park, Auckland
13:00
  • Dowsett Goal 9'19'45'51'
  • Blake Goal 12'60'77'86'
  • Jackson Goal 19'38'45'58'83'
  • Puketapu Goal 33'35'81'
  • Mathews Goal 71'
  • Bloomfield Goal 80'
Report
4 June 2017 Forrest Hill Milford 10–0Papakura CityBecroft Park, Auckland
14:30
  • Knott Goal 6'
  • Maynard Goal 24'34'
  • Tawharu Goal 36'72'75'87'
  • Wilson Goal 46'
  • Mittendorf Goal 65'
  • Vosper Goal 81'
Report
5 June 2017 Ellerslie0–12 Glenfield Rovers Michaels Avenue Reserve, Auckland
12:00 Report
  • Rood Goal 23'32'52'61'62'
  • Stevens Goal 36'50'60'74'
  • Mitchell Goal 39'40'
  • Loye Goal 43'
5 June 2017 Central United 5–1Otumoetai FCKiwitea Street, Auckland
13:00
  • Nimlos Goal 21'52'
  • Marinovich Goal 23'
  • Khanthee Goal 37'74'
Report
  • Rockliffe Goal 57'
5 June 2017 Hamilton Wanderers2–9 Eastern Suburbs Kiwitea Street, Auckland
13:00
  • Elliott Goal 65' (78)
Report
  • Jale Goal 18'
  • Hand Goal 30'71'
  • Seatter Goal 33'
  • Phillips Goal 64'84'86'
  • Whitley Goal 88'
  • Van Dort Goal 90'
Central/Capital Region
3 June 2017 Seatoun 2–0Brooklyn Northern UnitedSeatoun Park, Wellington
12:30
Report
3 June 2017 Wairarapa United 2–0Stop OutMemorial Park, Wellington
17:30
  • Aitenhead Goal 51'
  • Jones Goal 76'
Report
Mainland Region
5 June 2017 Cashmere Technical 3–0Halswell UnitedGarrick Memorial Park, Christchurch
11:00
  • Kench Goal 9'
  • Frame Goal 34'
  • Ward Goal 72'
Report
Southern Region
5 June 2017 Roslyn-Wakari 2–0 (a.e.t.)Otago University AFCEllis Park, Dunedin
11:00
  • Baldwin Goal 103'
  • Clark-Grant Goal 117'
Report
5 June 2017 Dunedin Technical 9–1Queenstown RoversCaledonian Ground, Dunedin
14:00
  • Morrison Goal 36'39'63'
  • Gray Goal 17'65'
  • Hayr Goal 19'33'
  • Smith Goal 22'
  • Wall Goal 86'
Report
  • Collin Goal 80'

Round 3

Northern Region
25 June 2017 Forrest Hill Milford 8–0Central UnitedBecroft Park, Auckland
13:00
  • Waldren Goal 29'86'
  • Maynard Goal 26'52'
  • Own goal Goal 60'65'
  • Knott Goal 67'70'
Report
25 June 2017 Claudelands Rovers1–4 Three Kings United Galloway Park, Hamilton
13:00
  • Power Goal 88'
Report
  • Burrows Goal 15'
  • Jackson Goal 23'90'
  • Robert Goal 69'
25 June 2017 Eastern Suburbs 8–0Norwest UnitedMadills Farm Reserve, Auckland
13:00
  • Own goal Goal 17'61'
  • Phillips Goal 26'36'
  • Mettam Goal 56'63'
  • O’Brien Goal 60'66'
Report
25 June 2017 Western Springs1–2 Glenfield Rovers Seddon Fields, Auckland
14:45
  • Murray Goal 53'
Report
  • Berger Goal 33'
  • Rood Goal 39'
Central/Capital Region
24 June 2017 Seatoun1–5 Palmerston North Marist Seatoun Park, Wellington
12:30
  • Morrissey Goal 22'
Report
  • Jensen Goal 10'
  • Phillips Goal 35'
  • Lyne-Lewis Goal 41'
  • Fitzgerald Goal 76'90'
24 June 2017 Upper Hutt 9–1Wairarapa UnitedMaidstone Park, Wellington
15:00
  • Gregorius GoalGoalGoalGoal
  • Jeffries GoalGoal
  • Grace McRobie Goal
  • Main GoalGoal
  • O’Reilly Goal
Report
  • George Goal
Mainland/Southern Region
24 June 2017 Dunedin Technical 3–0Roslyn-WakariTahuna Park, Dunedin
11:00
  • Morison Goal 9'
  • Gray Goal 32'69'
Report
24 June 2017 Coastal Spirit 2–1 (a.e.t.)Cashmere TechnicalCuthberts Green, Christchurch
12:30
  • Nicholson Goal 85'
  • Lake Goal 103'
Report
  • Kench Goal 70'

Quarter-finals

6 August 2017 Eastern Suburbs 3–2Three Kings UnitedMadills Farm Reserve, Auckland
13:00
  • Phillips Goal 72'
  • Mettam Goal 76'
  • Roxburgh Goal 78'
Report
6 August 2017 Glenfield Rovers 3–1Forrest Hill MilfordMcFetridge Park, Auckland
13:00
  • Perkins Goal 4'
  • Brown Goal 37'
  • Stevens Goal 72'
Report
  • Green Goal 86'
5 August 2017 Upper Hutt 2–1 (a.e.t.)Palmerston North MaristMaidstone Park, Wellington
12:00
  • Main Goal 13'
  • De Ronde Goal 105'
Report
  • Lyne-Lewis Goal 39'
5 August 2017 Dunedin Technical 3–2Coastal SpiritCaledonian Ground, Dunedin
12:30
  • Morison Goal 13'
  • Dijkstra Goal 45+1'
  • Hayr Goal 88'
Report
  • Cameron Goal 45'
  • Jones Goal 78'

Semi-finals

27 August 2017 Eastern Suburbs 5–0Upper HuttMadills Farm Reserve, Auckland
14:00
  • Hand Goal 60'72'88'
  • Roxburgh Goal 67'
  • O’Brien Goal 90+2'
Report

Final

10 September 2017 Glenfield Rovers 5–4Eastern SuburbsQBE Stadium, Auckland
12:00
  • Brown Goal 28'66'
  • Stevens Goal 36'64'
  • Berger Goal 56'
Report
  • Hand Goal 12'
  • Seatter Goal 35'
  • Pilley Goal 58'75'
Referee: Anna-Marie Keighley

References

  1. ^ Voerman, Andrew. "Glenfield Rovers win National Women's Knockout Cup for the fourth time in seven years". Stuff.co.nz. Retrieved 10 September 2017.
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