2014 Chatham Cup

The 2014 Chatham Cup was New Zealand's 87th annual knockout football competition.

2014 Chatham Cup
Country New Zealand
Defending championsCashmere Technical
ChampionsCashmere Technical
Runners-upCentral United
Jack Batty Memorial TrophyStu Kelly
2013
2015

The 2014 competition had five rounds proper before quarter-finals, semi-finals, and a final. The final, played on 7 September 2014, was won by Christchurch club Cashmere Technical, who beat Central United 2–1 for their second trophy in two years, the first club to go back to back since 1998.[1][2] The Jack Batty Memorial Cup for man of the final was won by Cashmere Technical's Stu Kelly.[3]

ResultsEdit

All results and dates are taken from the following sources: The Ultimate New Zealand Soccer Website,[4] RSSSF,[5] Capital Football[6] and Soccerway.[7]

Preliminary roundEdit

Northern Region
21 April 2014 Bucklands Beach 4–2Te Kuiti AlbionLloyd Elsmore Park, Bucklands Beach
21 April 2014 Drury United0–8 Mt Albert Grammar Drury Sports Complex, Drury
21 April 2014 Glen Eden United1–2 Manukau City Parrs Park, Auckland
21 April 2014 Kerikeri 2–1Air ForceBaysport Waipapa, Waipapa
21 April 2014 Matamata Swifts1–4 Rotorua United Matamata Domain, Matamata
21 April 2014 Nixon Park0–7 Hukanui Rototuna
21 April 2014 Papamoa 5–0High School Old BoysGordon Spratt Reserve, Tauranga
21 April 2014 Ranui Swanson 3–0Puhoi SCStarling Park, Waitākere
21 April 2014 West Hamilton United0–4 Pukekohe Weka Street, Hamilton
21 April 2014 Zamantix Rovers2–4 Bohemian Celtic Michaels Avenue Reserve, Ellerslie
Mainland Region
21 April 2014 Nelson College 2–1WakefieldNelson College, Nelson

All teams listed below received byes to the second round.

Northern Region: Albany United, Auckland University, Beachlands Maraetai, Cambridge, Claudelands Rovers, Eastern Suburbs, Ellerslie, FC Whangarei, Fencibles United, Forrest Hill-Milford United, Hibiscus Coast, Lynn-Avon United, Mangere United, Manurewa, Melville United, Metro, Mt. Albert-Ponsonby, Ngongotaha, North Shore United, Onehunga-Mangere United, Oratia United, Otahuhu United, Otumoetai, Papakura City, Papatoetoe, Takapuna, Taradale, Tauranga City United, Te Atatu, Waiheke United, Waitemata City, Waiuku, Warkworth, Western Springs
Central/Capital Region: Brooklyn Northern United, Douglas Villa, Eastbourne, Havelock North Wanderers, Island Bay United, Marist Palmerston North, Marist Wellington, Miramar Rangers, Naenae, Napier City Rovers, North Wellington, Petone, Red Sox Manawatu, Seatoun, Stokes Valley, Stop Out, Tawa, Victoria University, Wainuiomata, Wairarapa United, Wanganui Athletic, Waterside Karori, Wellington Olympic, Wellington United, Western Suburbs
Mainland/Southern Region: Burwood, Canterbury University, Cashmere Technical, Central Pirates, Christchurch United, Coastal Spirit, Dunedin Technical, FC Nelson, Ferrymead Bays, Halswell United, Invercargill Old Boys, Invercargill Thistle, Melchester Rovers, Mosgiel, Nomads United, Northern, Northern Hearts, Otago University, Parklands United, Pleasant Point, Queens Park, Queenstown Rovers, Richmond Athletic, Selwyn United, Southend United, Waihopai, Waimakariri United, West End, Western

All teams listed below received byes to the third round.

Northern Region: Bay Olympic, Birkenhead United, Central United, East Coast Bays, Glenfield Rovers, Hamilton Wanderers, Ngaruawahia United, Onehunga Sports, Three Kings United, Waitakere City
Central/Capital Region: Lower Hutt City, Palmerston North End, Upper Hutt City
Mainland/Southern Region: Roslyn Wakari

Round 1Edit

All results and dates are taken from the following sources: The Ultimate New Zealand Soccer Website,[4] RSSSF,[5] Capital Football[6] and Soccerway.[7]

Northern Region
10/11 May 2014 Te Atatu0–3 North Shore United Te Atatū Peninsula Park, Auckland
10/11 May 2014 Rotorua United3–4 South Auckland Rangers Neil Hunt Park, Rotorua
10/11 May 2014 Ranui Swanson0–3 Hukanui Rototuna Clube Alegria Starling Park, Waitākere
10/11 May 2014 Whangarei0–3 Western Springs Rawhiti Street Reserve, Whangārei
10/11 May 2014 Manurewa 3–0Waiheke UnitedWar Memorial Park, Auckland
10/11 May 2014 Forrest Hill Milford United 12–1PapamoaBecroft Park, North Shore
10/11 May 2014 Papakura City 3–2TakapunaMcLennan Park, Auckland
10/11 May 2014 Kerikeri2–7 Mount Albert Grammar School Baysport Waipapa, Waipapa
10/11 May 2014 Otumoetai0–5 Waiuku Fergusson Park, Tauranga
10/11 May 2014 Oratia United2–4 Metro Parrs Park, Waitākere
10/11 May 2014 Beachlands Maraetai0–7 Fencibles United Te Puru Park, Beachlands
Central / Capital Region
10/11 May 2014 Wainuiomata 7–0EastbourneRichard Prouse Park, Lower Hutt
10/11 May 2014 Western Suburbs 1–0PetoneEndeavour Park, Porirua
10/11 May 2014 Douglas Villa0–6 Havelock North Wanderers Queen Elizabeth Park, Masterton
10/11 May 2014 Taradale1–2 Napier City Rovers Taradale Park, Napier
10/11 May 2014 Stokes Valley 3–2NaenaeDelaney Park, Lower Hutt
10/11 May 2014 Seatoun 0–3 Tawa Seatoun Park, Wellington
10/11 May 2014 Napier Maristdefault North End
Note: North End won after Napier Marist by defaulted
Mainland / Southern Region
10/11 May 2014 Central Pirates2–4 Nelson College
10/11 May 2014 Christchurch United1–2 Universities Christchurch Football Centre, Christchurch
10/11 May 2014 Waimakariri United3–4 Burwood Rangiora A&P Showgrounds, Rangiora
10/11 May 2014 Coastal Spirit 2–1WesternCuthberts Green, Christchurch
10/11 May 2014 Pleasant Point 2–0WaihopaiPleasant Point Domain, Pleasant Point
10/11 May 2014 Mosgiel 14–1Invercargill ThistleMemorial Park, Mosgiel
10/11 May 2014 Dunedin Technical 3–2NorthernCulling Park, Dunedin
10/11 May 2014 Otago University 3–1Melchester RoversCaledonian Ground, Dunedin
10/11 May 2014 West End 2–0Southend UnitedWest End Park, Timaru

Round 2Edit

All results and dates are taken from the following sources: The Ultimate New Zealand Soccer Website,[4] RSSSF,[5] Capital Football[6] and Soccerway.[7]

Northern Region
2 June 2014 Mangere United 0–3* Hamilton Wanderers
Note: Mangere had won the match 5–4 on penalties after it finished 3-all at the end of extra time, however the result was overturned after they were found to have fielded an ineligible player.[8] Mangere appealed the decision,[9] delaying the next two rounds matches before New Zealand Football came to a decision to forfeit the match and declare a 3–0 win to Hamilton Wanderers.[10]
2 June 2014 Hibiscus Coast 1–0ManurewaStanmore Bay Park, Whangaparaoa
2 June 2014 Waitakere City 4–0Hukanui RototunaFred Taylor Park, Waitākere
2 June 2014 Claudelands Rovers1–4 Metro Galloway Park, Hamilton
Central / Capital Region
2 June 2014 Victoria University 3–0North EndBoyd Wilson Turf, Wellington
2 June 2014 Waterside Karori1–3 Tawa Karori Park, Wellington
2 June 2014 Stokes Valley1–4 Lower Hutt City Delaney Park, Lower Hutt
Mainland / Southern
2 June 2014 Burwood0–9 Cashmere Technical Clare Park, Christchurch
2 June 2014 Northern Hearts 5–0MosgielAorangi Stadium, Timaru
2 June 2014 West End2–3 Pleasant Point West End Park, Timaru

Round 3Edit

All results and dates are taken from the following sources: The Ultimate New Zealand Soccer Website,[4] RSSSF,[5] Capital Football,[6] Soccerway[7] and New Zealand Football.[11][12]

Northern Region
13/14 June 2014 Metro0–2 Onehunga Sports Phyllis Street Reserve, Auckland
[11]
  • Ming  
  • Hoedemaker  
13/14 June 2014 Glenfield Rovers 3–0EllerslieMcFetridge Park, North Shore
[11]
13/14 June 2014 Hibiscus Coast2–3 Ngongotaha Stanmore Bay Park, Whangaparaoa
  • Langford   
[11]
  • Haua   
  • O'Donoghue  
13/14 June 2014 Birkenhead United3–4 Central United Shepherds Park, North Shore
  • Hobson-McVeigh   
  • Turner  
[11]
13/14 June 2014 East Coast Bays2–3 Tauranga City Bay City Park, North Shore
[11]
  • O'Regan  
  • Hughes  
  • Culpepper  
13/14 June 2014 Western Springs1–2 Bay Olympic Seddon Fields, Auckland
  • Mulrooney  
[11]
  • Jones  
  • White  
13/14 June 2014 Waitakere City0–1 Melville United Fred Taylor Park, Waitākere
[11]
  • Kipara  
29 June 2014 North Shore United1–3 Hamilton Wanderers Allen Hill Stadium, North Shore
  • Sillars  
[12]
  • Jones     (pen.)
Note: The match was originally meant to be played on Sunday 15 June but Mangere United appealed the original decision to award Hamilton Wanderers the win in the previous round.[9] After the appeal didn't result in the decision being overturned, the game was rescheduled for Sunday 29 June.[10]
Central / Capital
13/14 June 2014 Lower Hutt City1–2 Miramar Rangers Bell Park, Lower Hutt
  • Hailemariam   72'
[11]
  • Elia   52'
  • Fleming   70'
13/14 June 2014 Napier City Rovers 3–3 (a.e.t.)
(5–4 p)
Palmerston North MaristBluewater Stadium, Napier
  • Tinsley   (pen.)
  • John  
  • Bevin  
[11]
  • Tuck  
  • Galyer  
  • Milne  
13/14 June 2014 Tawa 1–0Upper Hutt CityRedwood Park, Wellington
  • Ramaekers   5'
[11]
13/14 June 2014 Island Bay United 2–1Victoria UniversityWakefield Park, Wellington
[11]
  • Wilson   8'
Mainland / Southern
13/14 June 2014 Richmond Athletic1–2 Coastal Spirit Jubilee Park, Richmond
  • Hollis  
[11]
  • Jones   
13/14 June 2014 Cashmere Technical 2–1Halswell UnitedGarrick Memorial Park, Christchurch
  • Barton   
[11]
  • Neame  
13/14 June 2014 Dunedin Technical 11–1Pleasant PointCulling Park, Dunedin
  • Rickerby     
  • McBride    
  • Flaws  
  • Burgess  
  • Houghton  
  • McCormack  
[11]
  • Tarrant  

Round 4Edit

All results and dates are taken from the following sources: The Ultimate New Zealand Soccer Website,[4] RSSSF,[5] Capital Football,[6] Soccerway[7] and New Zealand Football.[12]

Northern Region
28 June 2014 Central United 3–1Glenfield RoversKiwitea Street, Auckland
  • Tade   42'86'
  • Hoyt   90+4'
[12]
  • Beard   5'
29 June 2014 Ngongotaha1–2 Melville United Tamarahi Reserve, Ngongotahā
  • Willemsen   48'
[12]
  • Williams   23'
  • Newell   67'
5 July 2014 Bay Olympic2–3 Hamilton Wanderers Olympic Park, Auckland
14:00
  • Manko   
[12]
  • Konings   
  • Broderson  
Note: Game was delayed due to previous protest and delays.[11][12]
Central / Capital
28 June 2014 Island Bay United 3–2Miramar RangersWakefield Park, Wellington
  • Barbero   20'
  • Holmes   41'
  • Colucci   71'
[12]
29 June 2014 Tawa2–4 Napier City Rovers Redwood Park, Wellington
  • Ramaekers   18'
Kyne   89'
[12]
  • Greatholder   5'
  • Bevin   25'
  • John   41'
  • Kilkolly   63' (pen.)
Mainland / Southern
28 June 2014 Coastal Spirit0–1 Cashmere Technical Cuthberts Green, Christchurch
[12]
  • Schwarz   78' (pen.)
28 June 2014 Dunedin Technical 1–0Otago UniversityCulling Park, Dunedin
  • Hayman   78'
[12]

Quarter-finalsEdit

All results and dates are taken from the following sources: The Ultimate New Zealand Soccer Website,[4] RSSSF,[5] Capital Football[6] and Soccerway.[7]

26-27 July 2014 Melville United1–2 Onehunga Sports Gower Park, Hamilton
  • Te Pou  
26-27 July 2014 Island Bay United1–4 Napier City Rovers Wakefield Park, Wellington
  • Holmes  
  • Tinsley   
  • Stevenson  
  • Bevin  
26-27 July 2014 Dunedin Technical0–3 Cashmere Technical Culling Park, Dunedin

Semi-finalsEdit

All results and dates are taken from the following sources: The Ultimate New Zealand Soccer Website,[4] RSSSF,[5] Capital Football[6] and Soccerway.[7]

16 August 2014 Onehunga Sports0–4 Cashmere Technical Waikaraka Park, Auckland
  • Wellbourn   
  • Boys  
  • Barton  
17 August 2014 Central United 2–0Napier City RoversKiwitea Street, Auckland
  • Reimann  
  • Hoyt  

FinalEdit

Results and date are taken from the following sources: The Ultimate New Zealand Soccer Website,[4] RSSSF,[5] Capital Football[6] and Soccerway.[7]

DetailsEdit

Central United1–2Cashmere Technical
One News Report
  • Wellbourn   5'
  • Terris   40'
Stadium Name, Stadium City
Attendance: 2,700
Referee: Chris Kerr (Auckland)
 
 
 
 
 
Central United
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Cashmere Technical
GK Blaz Bugarin
DF Joseph Dawkins (c)
DF Ivan Vicelich
DF Kim Dae-wook
MF Finn Cochran
MF Adam McGeorge   51'
MF Dean Lausev   87'
MF Takuya Iwata
FW Fabrizio Tavano   75'
FW Emiliano Tade
FW Karl Reimann
Substitutes:
MF Regont Murati   87'
FW James Hoyt   75'
MF Mario Ilich   51'
Manager:
José Figueira
GK Danny Knight
DF Dan Terris
DF Dan Schwarz
DF Tom Schwarz (c)
DF Danny Boys
MF Nick Wortelboer   80'
MF Stu Kelly
MF Aaron Clapham
FW Julyan Collett
FW Ash Wellbourn   85'
FW Shawn O’Brien   61'
Substitutes:
MF Jordan Halligan   80'
FW Cory Mitchell   85'
FW Andy Barton   61'
Manager:
John Brown

Jack Batty Memorial Cup:
Stu Kelly

Assistant referees:
Jan-Hendrik Hintz
Simon Lount

Match rules

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra-time if necessary.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level.
  • Maximum of three substitutions.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Cashmere Tech win back-to-back Chatham Cups". One News. TVNZ. 7 September 2014. Retrieved 22 June 2021.
  2. ^ "Central United vs. Cashmere Technical - 7 September 2014 - Soccerway". Soccerway. Retrieved 22 June 2021.
  3. ^ Ruane, Jeremy. "2014 Chatham Cup Final". The Ultimate New Zealand Soccer Website. Retrieved 22 June 2021.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h "2014 Chatham Cup". The Ultimate New Zealand Soccer Website. Retrieved 22 June 2021.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h "New Zealand 2013/14". RSSSF. Retrieved 22 June 2021.
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h "Capital Football Season Review 2014" (PDF). Capital Football (New Zealand). Retrieved 15 July 2021.
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h "Summary - Chatham Cup - New Zealand". Soccerway. Retrieved 22 June 2021.
  8. ^ "NZF statement: ASB Chatham Cup". New Zealand Football. Archived from the original on 16 July 2014. Retrieved 2 September 2021.
  9. ^ a b "Third round cup tie postponed". New Zealand Football. Archived from the original on 1 July 2014. Retrieved 2 September 2021.
  10. ^ a b "NZF statement: ASB Chatham Cup". New Zealand Football. Archived from the original on 25 June 2014. Retrieved 2 September 2021.
  11. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q "Cup classics define third round". New Zealand Football. Archived from the original on 1 July 2014. Retrieved 9 September 2021.
  12. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l "Island Bay stun Miramar Rangers". New Zealand Football. Archived from the original on 16 July 2014. Retrieved 9 September 2021.

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