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Victoria University A.F.C
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Matt Walker (gk) Simon Davies Daniel Diggins Franklin Mwanza Ben Marsh Ben Inkster Marcos Gomes Matt Rowe Joe Harris Miles Lloyd Dave Hudson Calum Ross Daan Kjartansson Matthew Wilson Ryan Williams

GK RGK 3 4 5 6 7 9 11 12 14 17 28 2 10 16 15 Ralph Cat Chenery Rob Flap Bennett Shon McKechnie Matt Fitzgerald Andy Williamson Scott Williamson Paul Wood Liam Bell Michael Barnes Ewan Barclay Ryan Harvie Brandon Dickson Cameron Blake Jordan Blake Ritchie Samy Joel Evans Rhys Glover

Coach: Steve Davey Assistant : Iain MacIntyre Manager: Eddie Taylor

Coach - Coach Rob Bennett Manager - Adam Smith Physio - Corrine Melrose

University v Wainuiomata
Wellington Capital Premier Wellington College, 2.30pm Saturday 22 June 2013

Match Programme

Captain’s Message
Just a very short match programme this week as with all the cancellations only the Men’s first team is playing today, and its away from Kelburn Park on our ‘alternate’ pitch. Don’t worry, the next programme with be a bumper one, we promise. Today we welcome Wainuiomata to the Wellington College artificial pitch. It’s a rematch from the first game of the season when we came away with a 1-0 victory, thanks to a late goal from Calum Ross. It was a tough match, and Wainui had us under pressure at times in the match. Wainui The first bout of proper cancellations has are renowned for being a tough team and started and after the week we’ve had it’s not our lads lived with that challenge. surprising. Grounds closed, trees fallen down on Wakefield Park and KP a muddy, So today, with the first match of the second waterlogged nightmare. But at least it’s not round, both sides are gunning for the three as bad as one golf club where I’ve heard points as we both try to keep our spots in that all members have been asked to bring Capital Premier. It promises to be a tough, but great encounter and I hope you all ena rake to help clean-up. joy the game.

flected out and then Rowe being set up in a one -on-one by Mwanza. Turner and Lahood needed to combine to clear a Seatoun corner, before University again attacked with Lahood and Lloyd setting up Kjartansson and then Kjartansson and central-midfielder Steve Davey combining to feed the ball on the ground into Rowe who battled with the Seatoun keeper near the goal-line. Mwanza was only able to get his chest onto a cross from the right from Rowe presenting an easy save, before Rowe almost got free in the box after a build up involving Lahood and substitute Mitch Bradley. Seatoun then launched a counter-attack, with a free-kick skewing just over the bar and one of their players soon after carving a swathe through the middle of the park but ultimately having the ball taken off his toes by Turner. University all but claimed the three points in the dying moments. Davey made space for himself in the right-hand side of the box but his cross-shot was saved by the keeper, Kjartansson had a cross-shot blocked and Davey had one final shot that went wide of the left upright.

they were a different proposition this time around. Keeping a very disciplined backline shape, they were hard to break down and then counter-attacked well. That said, we did create goal-scoring opportunities and will lament not taking advantage of those. Their goal was disappointing from the perspective of our failure to put in a decent challenger on the header and even then, Sean got his fingertips to it but ultimately could not keep it out. But again our lads showed good spirit. Seatoun definitely had the better of the early part of the second half and yet it was during this period that we managed to carve out our equaliser. Well done to the players who came down to us and gave their all with the Firsts not playing. Thank you also to the subs for each making a difference with what time they got on the park. University Reserves: S Turner, M Ryan, B Inkster, S Davies, M Graham (M Bradley), M Lahood (M Ebert), M Lloyd [c], S Davey, F Mwanza, D Kjartansson, M Rowe (R Williams) Goal-scorers: B Inkster

Goss Spot
Capital 1: Seatoun 1-1 Gossies
Venue: Seatoun Park (2.30pm kick-off, June 15, 2013) A very large Seatoun Park allowed plenty of space to move the ball and this was utilised by both sides in what was a very open and end-to -end contest. Another bright start by the Gossies saw striker Daan Kjartansson unleash two early shots at goal, fellow striker Matt Rowe make a dangerous cut-back from the left and then left-midfielder Michael Lahood put in a corner from the right that had to be cleared off the Seatoun goal-line. ous corner from the right rebounded off a player on the six-yard line but went straight into keeper Sean Turner’s hands. Soon after Kjartansson came close to finding a teammate on the far post with a free-kick earned from a foul on Lahood, Seatoun broke up the other end of the park and duly opened the scoring. A long throw-in from the right was not adequately contested and an attacker headed into the far corner with Turner only able to palm into the side-netting.

Point-scorers: 3 F Mwanza, 2 D Kjartansson, 1 Coaches’ comments: While we might have felt we had the better of Seatoun in the first en- B Inkster counter this season, when a tough penalty decision arguably changed the course of the game, Coaches: I MacIntyre, S Davey

Club Information
History and Honours
Founded: 1943 Honours: Central League Division Two: Winners 1998, Third 1992 Capital Premier* (Venus Shield): Runners Up 1956, 1973, Third 1979 Capital One (Power Cup): Winners 1950, 1952, 1965, 2001, Runners Up 1988, 1992, 2012, Third 1999, 2006 Capital Two: Winners 1998, Runners Up 2010, 2011, 2012 Hilton Petone Cup Winners: 1990, 1992 Women’s Premier Division: Runners Up 1995, 1996, 2012, Third 2005 Women’s Second Division: Winners 1981 Women’s Premier Cup: Winners 2010, 2011

Club Management
Club Captain: Craig Harris Secretary: Natasha Naus Treasurer: Glenn Phillips Women’s Coordinator: Megan Carson Committee Members: David Abricossow, Callum Campbell, Bronwyn Carson, Lauren Hakkaart, Ivan Esler, Matt Wilson, Felix Hallwass, Marcus Anselm. Mens First Team Coach: Steve Davey Womens First Team Coach: Tom Randles Mens Second Team Coach: Iain MacIntyre Senior Mens Squad Manager: Eddie Taylor Home Ground: Kelburn Park, Wellington Website: Email:

Seatoun gained momentum as the second half got under way and required Turner to make several saves and Ryan to clear off the goalline. As the Gossies worked their way back into the game, Mwanza showed great determination to win the ball deep on the rightIt took the home side ten minutes to wing and cut in dangerously, but then overlaunch their first meaningful attack, with hit his cross. Kjartansson played a precision their first shot at goal coming three minutes ball from the left into the right side of the box later. Right-back Matt Ryan arrived on a lay- to Mwanza whose shot was blocked. But from back on the edge of the box from centralthe resulting corner taken by Kjartansson, midfielder Miles Lloyd after build up play in- central-defender Ben Inkster arrived to equalvolving Kjartansson and Rowe, but his firm ise with a bullet header on 57 minutes. side-footed strike was palmed over the bar. University then went into over-drive with Right-midfielder Franky Mwanza slipped Rowe shooting just over after being fed by Laas he arrived on a cross from the right, leav- hood, Kjartansson shooting over after a deliving an easy save for the Seatoun keepery from Mwanza, Lloyd having a shot deer. Seatoun then came close when a danger-