2022 Kate Sheppard Cup

The 2022 Kate Sheppard Cup is New Zealand's women's 28th annual knockout football competition. This is the fifth year that the competition is known by the Kate Sheppard Cup, or New Zealand Football Foundation Kate Sheppard Cup for sponsorship purposes, after previously been known as the Women's Knockout Cup since its establishment.[1] The cup has had thirteen different winners lift the trophy over its 28 year history with Lynn-Avon United from Auckland being the most successful and Wellington United being the current holders from the 2021 season.

2022 Kate Sheppard Cup
Kate Sheppard Cup text logo.jpg
Country New Zealand
Dates22 April 202211 September 2022
Teams56
Defending championsWellington United
Matches played3
Goals scored27 (9 per match)
2021
2023 →

The 2022 competition has four rounds before quarter-finals, semi-finals, and a final.[2] Competition will run in three regions (northern, central/capital, southern) until the quarter-finals, from which stage the draw will be open. In all, 56 teams entered the competition this year which means the cup had a preliminary round added for the Mainland region.[3]


ResultsEdit

PreliminaryEdit

All matches were played over the Anzac weekend of 22–25 April 2022.[3][2][4][5] All 6 teams in this round compete in level 3 of the Mainland Region.

Mainland Region
24 April 2022 Golden Bay AFC (3)0–18 Richmond Athletic (3) Tākaka
13:00 Report Stadium: Takaka Rec Ground
25 April 2022 FC Nelson (3)0–4 Nelson Suburbs (3) Nelson
13:00 Report Stadium: Guppy Park
Referee: Allen Ohlson
25 April 2022 Christchurch United (3) 5–0Halswell United (3)Christchurch
14:00 Report Stadium: Christchurch Football Centre
All teams listed below received byes to the first round.[3]
Northern Region: Auckland United, Beachlands Maretai AFC, Birkenhead United, Eastern Suburbs, Ellerslie AFC, Fencilbles United, Franklin United, Greenhithe FC, Hisbiscus Coast, Manukau United, Manurewa AFC, North Shore United, Northern Rovers, Onehunga Sports FC, Onerahi, Takapuna AFC, Waiuku AFC, West Coast Rangers, Western Springs, Cambridge FC, Claudelands Rovers, Hamilton Wanderers, Lakes Football Club, Melville United, Otumoetai FC, Papamoa FC, Tauranga City, Waikato Unicol AFC
Central/Capital Region: Brooklyn Northern United, Waterside Karori, Kapiti Coast United, Miramar Rangers, Petone FC, Seatoun AFC, Victoria University, Wellington United, PN Marist FC, New Plymouth Rangers
Mainland Region: FC Twenty 11, Cashmere Technical, Coastal Spirit, Nomads United, Universities of Canterbury AFC
Southern Region: Dunedin City Royals, Green Island, Mosgiel AFC, Northern AFC, Otago University AFC, Queenstown AFC, Roslyn Wakari

Round 1Edit

All matches will be played over the weekend of 14–15 May 2022.[6] This round contained one team from level 6, Waiuku, the lowest ranked team left in the competition.

Northern Region
14 May 2022 Melville United (3)1–2 Onehunga Sports (3) Hamilton
11:00 Report Stadium: Gower Park
14 May 2022 Tauranga City (2) 8–0Claudelands Rovers (3)Mount Maunganui
14:30 Report Stadium: Links Avenue
14 May 2022 Fencibles United (3)0–6 Northern Rovers (1) Auckland
19:30 Report Stadium: William Green Domain
15 May 2022 Beachlands Maraetai (3) 2–0Cambridge FC (4)Beachlands
12:30 Report Stadium: Te Puru Park
15 May 2022 Lakes Football Club (3)0–2 Otumoetai FC (3) Rotorua
13:00 Report Stadium: Rotorua International Stadium
15 May 2022 Takapuna (5)0–4 Manukau United (3) Takapuna
13:00 Report Stadium: Taharoto Park
15 May 2022 Greenhithe FC (4)1–3 Franklin United (3) North Shore
13:00 Report Stadium: Rosedale Park
15 May 2022 North Shore United (5)0–2 Birkenhead United (3) North Shore
13:00 Report Stadium: Allen Hill Stadium
15 May 2022 Ellerslie (2) 13–0Papamoa FC (4)Ellerslie
14:00 Report Stadium: Michaels Avenue Reserve
15 May 2022 Waikato Unicol (3) 6–0Manurewa (5)Hamilton
14:00 Report Stadium: Jansen Park
15 May 2022 Waiuku (6)0–16 Hibiscus Coast (3) Waiuku
14:00 Report Stadium: Massey Park
15 May 2022 West Coast Rangers (2) 10–0Onerahi FC (4)Kumeū
14:00 Report Stadium: Huapai Reserve
Central/Capital Region
14 May 2022 Petone (2) 14–0Miramar Rangers (5)Lower Hutt
10:45 Report Stadium: Memorial Park
Mainland Region
14 May 2022 Universities (2)0–6 Coastal Spirit (2) Christchurch
11:00 Report Stadium: Ilam Fields
14 May 2022 Christchurch United (3)4–7 (a.e.t.) Cashmere Technical (2) Christchurch
14:00 Report Stadium: Christchurch Football Centre
14 May 2022 Nomads United (2) 8–0FC Twenty 11 (3)Christchurch
14:30 Report Stadium: Tulett Park
Southern Region
15 May 2022 Northern (2) 5–0Roslyn-Wakari (2)Dunedin
12:30 Report Stadium: Forrester Park
All teams listed below received byes to the second round.
Northern Region: Auckland United, Eastern Suburbs, Hamilton Wanderers, Western Springs.
Central/Capital Region: New Plymouth Rangers, Palmerston North Marist, Seatoun, Victoria University of Wellington, Waterside Karori, Wellington United.
Southern Region: Mosgiel.

Round 2Edit

All matches were played on Queen's Birthday weekend 3-6 June 2022.[7] This round contained 11 teams from level 3, the lowest ranked teams left in the competition.

Northern Region
3 June 2022 Western Springs (2)1–2 (a.e.t.) Northern Rovers (1) Auckland
18:45
  • Dyer   38'
Report
  • Canham   11'
  • Foster   105' (pen.)
Stadium: Ngahue Reserve
Referee: Reza Al Rabea
4 June 2022 Tauranga City (2) 4–1Onehunga Sports (3)Mount Maunganui
14:30
  • Cawte   29' (pen.)
  • Entwisle   30'
  • Windsor   45+3'
  • Collins   85'
Report
  • Gallagher   48'
Stadium: Links Avenue
Referee: Paul Shakes
5 June 2022 Manukau United (3)0–3 Birkenhead United (3) Auckland
13:00 Report
  • Leat   18'
  • Erasmus   79'
  • Coop   82' (o.g.)
Stadium: Walter Massey Park
Referee: Malcolm Hansen
5 June 2022 Otumoetai FC (3)1–6 Eastern Suburbs (2) Tauranga
14:00
  • Metzger   5'
Report
  • Lucas   2', 60'
  • Jackson   12', 42'
  • Atkins   36'
  • Byrne   90+1'
Stadium: Fergusson Park
Referee: Nadia Browning
6 June 2022 West Coast Rangers (2) 3–2Franklin United (3)Whenuapai
11:00
  • Wright   18', 25'
  • Smith   56'
Report
  • Marthe   50'
  • Irvine   67'
Stadium: Fred Taylor Park
Referee: Deborah Stevens
6 June 2022 Ellerslie (2) 3–0Hamilton Wanderers (2)Ellerslie
14:00
  • Pretty   7'
  • Green   34'
  • James   72'
Report Stadium: Michaels Avenue Reserve
Referee: Tony Westmoreland
6 June 2022 Beachlands Maraetai (3)1–4 Waikato Unicol (3) Beachlands
14:00
  • Grimmer   32'
Report
  • Stokes   22'
  • Leaver   39', 90'
  • Williams   62'
Stadium: Te Puru Park
Referee: Kirk Davis
6 June 2022 Hibiscus Coast (3)0–3 Auckland United (2) Whangaparaoa
14:00 Report
  • Nathan   18'
  • Bloomfield   35' (pen.)
  • Catton   85'
Stadium: Stanmore Bay Park
Referee: Roberto Ferri
Central/Capital Region
4 June 2022 Petone (2) 3–1Seatoun (2)Lower Hutt
11:00
  • Otte   19'
  • McKenzie   63'
  • McIntosh   90'
Report
  • Kilkenny-Brown   33'
Stadium: Memorial Park
Referee: Conor Healy
4 June 2022 Victoria University (2)0–6 Palmerston North Marist (2) Wellington
13:00 Report
  • Kleinsman   13', 50'
  • Sanson   16', 53'
  • McKenna   23', 62'
Stadium: Boyd Wilson Turf
Referee: Selwyn Bates
5 June 2022 New Plymouth Rangers (3)0–3 Waterside Karori (2) New Plymouth
14:00 Report
  • Ward   8', 26'
  • Barry   66'
Stadium: Merrilands Domain
Referee: Matthew Hastings
6 June 2022 Kapiti Coast United (3)0–5 Wellington United (2) Kapiti
14:00 Report
  • Robertson   5', 62'
  • Olliver-Bell   31'
  • Barrott   69'
  • Yamoah   79'
Stadium: Weka Park
Referee: Graham Strang
Mainland Region
4 June 2022 Cashmere Technical (2) 5–0Nomads United (2)Christchurch
13:00
  • Dyer   9'
  • Alexander   30'
  • Dominikovich   45'
  • Wall   77'
  • Arthur   89'
Report Stadium: English Park
Referee: Courteney Bremner
6 June 2022 Nelson Suburbs (3)0–2 Coastal Spirit (2) Nelson
12:00 Report
  • Cameron   52'
  • Hepburn   80'
Stadium: Saxton Field
Referee: Richard Malcolm
Southern Region
6 June 2022 Mosgiel (2)1–3 (a.e.t.) Otago University (2) Mosgiel
12:30 Report Stadium: Memorial Park
Referee: Bruce James
6 June 2022 Dunedin City Royals (2) 2–0Roslyn-Wakari (2)Dunedin
14:30
  • Smith   61'
  • Dias   86'
Report Stadium: Tahuna Park
Referee: Samuel Dannenberg

Round 3Edit

All matches were played on the weekend of 18–19 June 2022.[8] This round contained two teams from level 3, Birkenhead United and Waikato Unicol, the lowest ranked teams left in the competition.

Northern Region
19 June 2022 Birkenhead United (3)0–5 Tauranga City (2) North Shore
12:00 Report
  • Entwisle   14', 80'
  • Windsor   37'
  • Collins   67', 83'
Stadium: Shepherds Park
Referee: Aaron Day
19 June 2022 Ellerslie (2)1–3 Northern Rovers (1) Ellerslie
14:00
  • Oosterbeek   53'
Report
  • Cook   45+1'
  • Harrison   78'
  • Noble   80'
Stadium: Michaels Avenue Reserve
Referee: Yunjie Diao
19 June 2022 West Coast Rangers (2)0–3 Auckland United (2) Whenuapai
14:00 Report
  • Puketapu   55', 71'
  • Johnson   84'
Stadium: Fred Taylor Park
Referee: Lee Juno
19 June 2022 Waikato Unicol (3)0–5 Eastern Suburbs (2) Hamilton
14:00 Report
  • Lucas   3'
  • Page   9'
  • Jackson   42'
  • Carlton   74'
  • van Dort   88'
Stadium: Jansen Park
Referee: Seamus Casey
Central/Capital Region
18 June 2022 Waterside Karori (2) 3–0Petone (2)Wellington
12:00
  • Burden   32'
  • Barry   74'
  • Kruszona   82'
Report Stadium: Karori Park
Referee: Carl Tinsley
18 June 2022 Palmerston North Marist (2) 2–2 (a.e.t.)
(6–5 p)
Wellington United (2)Palmerston North
15:00
  • Trewhitt   13'
  • Lyne-lewis   70'
Report
  • Crowe   60'
  • Lynch-Gerrard   71'
Stadium: Arena Turf
Referee: Simon Roebuck
Penalties
  • Boxall  
  • Lyne-lewis  
  • McKenna  
  • Trewhitt  
  • Bennett  
  • Falloon  
  • Carpenter  
  •   Ohlsson
  •   Olliver-Bell
  •   Catherwood
  •   Strom
  •   Barrott
  •   de Ronde
  •   Smith
Mainland
18 June 2022 Coastal Spirit (2)0–1 Cashmere Technical (2) Christchurch
11:00 Report
Stadium: St Albans Park
Referee: Courteney Bremner
Southern Region
18 June 2022 Dunedin City Royals (2) 4–0Otago University (2)Dunedin
12:30
  • Whittaker   3'
  • Dias   14'
  • Mackay-Wright   57'
  • Morison   73'
Report Stadium: Logan Park
Referee: Donna Agnew

Quarter-finalsEdit

All of the matches will be played on the weekend 9–10 July 2022.[9] This round contained eight teams from level 2.

Northern Region
9 July 2022 Eastern Suburbs (2)1–3 Northern Rovers (1) Auckland
14:00
  • van Dort   38' (pen.)
Report
  • Harrison   32'
  • Canham   55'
  • Foster   57'
Stadium: Madills Farm
Referee: Kirsty Whiting
9 July 2022 Tauranga City (2)0–4 Auckland United (2) Mount Maunganui
14:30 Report Stadium: Links Avenue
Referee: Sarah Elyse Joens
Central/Capital Region
9 July 2022 Palmerston North Marist (2) 1–0Waterside Karori (2)Palmerston North
12:30
  • Coakley   34'
Report Stadium: Arena Turf
Referee: O-zaing Ye Nat
Mainland/Southern Region
10 July 2022 Cashmere Technical (2)1–3 (a.e.t.) Dunedin City Royals (2) Christchurch
13:00 Report Stadium: English Park
Referee: Alessandro Cvasniuc

Semi-finalsEdit

Matches will be played on the weekend 20 August 2022.[10]

20 August 2022 Auckland United (2) v Palmerston North Marist (2) Auckland
13:45 Stadium: Keith Hay Park
20 August 2022 Northern Rovers (1) v Dunedin City Royals (2) Auckland
14:00 Stadium: McFetridge Park

NotesEdit

The tier that teams are in (as indicated in brackets next to their name) are based on the New Zealand football league system for the 2022 season. As some teams can qualify and play in more than one league (and tier) per season, the highest tier that they take part in is the one noted next to their name.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Hyslop, Liam (8 March 2018). "NZ Football rename Women's Knockout Cup after Kate Sheppard". Stuff.co.nz. Retrieved 9 March 2018.
  2. ^ a b "Summary - Women's Cup - New Zealand - Results, fixtures, tables and news - Soccerway". Soccerway. Retrieved 13 April 2022.
  3. ^ a b c "Preliminary round fixtures announced for the Chatham Cup and Kate Sheppard Cup 2022". New Zealand Football. 8 April 2022.
  4. ^ "Kate Sheppard Cup - NZ Soccer Scoreboard". The Ultimate New Zealand Soccer Website. Retrieved 13 April 2022.
  5. ^ "Preliminary round draw announced for Chatham Cup and Kate Sheppard Cup". Oceania Football Confederation. 7 April 2022. Retrieved 13 April 2022.
  6. ^ "Round 1 draw made for Kate Sheppard Cup and Chatham Cup". New Zealand Football. Retrieved 28 April 2022.
  7. ^ "Round 2 Cup draws made". New Zealand Football. Retrieved 17 May 2022.
  8. ^ "Round 3 Cup draws made". New Zealand Football. Retrieved 8 June 2022.
  9. ^ "Quarter Finals and Round Four Draws – Kate Sheppard and Chatham Cups". New Zealand Football. Retrieved 10 July 2022.
  10. ^ "Draws made for the Kate Sheppard Cup and Chatham Cup". New Zealand Football. Retrieved 12 July 2022.

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