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Open Grade Round 6 Roundup

Premier 1 Women

Harbour City’s Victoria O’Keeffe made it four goals in a row in helping her side to a comfortable win over Karori in the early game on Cello NHS 1. She had scored late in the clash against Victoria last week, then posted a hat-trick on Saturday to give her side a second win and put them clearly into fourth place.

In the next game Northern United made it 37 goals in five games with a crushing win over Toa. Sophie Macadre and Emma Brokenshire scored seven goals between them as the ‘yellow machine’ hit top form ahead of their encounter with Hutt United next week.

It was a different story at Clareville where Dalefield ended Hutt United’s unbeaten run with a narrow win. Ace striker and 2016 Black Stick Felicity Reidy scored the only goal of a tense encounter in the third quarter, with the result keeping Dalefield in touch with the leaders.


Dalefield 1 (Felicity Reidy) Hutt United 0

Harbour City 3 (Victoria O’Keeffe 3) Karori 0

Northern United 9 (Sophie Macadre 4, Emma Brokenshire 3, Georgia Garden-Bachop, Annie McNaughtan) Toa 0

Victoria had the bye

Points: Northern United 18*, Hutt United 15*, Dalefield 13*, Harbour City 7*, Toa 4*, Karori 2, Victoria 1*

* denotes a bye

Games on 28 May

Harbour City v Toa 12:30pm McDonald’s Newtown NHS 2

Dalefield v Victoria 2:30pm McDonald’s Newtown NHS 2

Hutt United v Northern United 4:15pm McDonald’s Newtown NHS 2

Karori have the bye

Premier 1 Men

First up on McDonald’s Newtown NHS 2 was the clash between the two winless teams with Tawa Titans coming out ahead of Northern United in what was a hard-fought tussle. Possession was even but the Titans were able to convert two of their chances and that made the difference. Indians got the better of an improved Harbour City to record their fourth win and they sit comfortably in second place with their bye coming up this week. At Dalefield the home side proved more than a match for Hutt United, comfortably defeating their long-time rivals. After having the bye last week Dalefield appeared fresh and came close to

earning a bonus point in what was an outstanding display.


Dalefield 6 (Dane Lett 2, Rowan Yeo 2, Dylan Price, Alex Clark) Hutt United 2 (Angus Bowmar, Callum Olsen)

Tawa Titans 2 (Duane West, Joseph Sloane) Northern United 0

Indians 4 (Aqshai Lala, Sajan Patel, Josh Thuraisingham, Tom Pavitt) Harbour City 2 (Rio Tuson 2)

Victoria had the bye

Points: Dalefield 18*, Indians 14, Hutt United 10*, Victoria 7*, Harbour City 7*, Tawa Titans 3*, Northern United 0*.

* denotes a bye

Games on 28 May

Northern United v Hutt United 12:30pm Cello NHS 1

Dalefield v Victoria 2:15pm Cello NHS 1

Tawa Titans v Harbour City 4:00pm Cello NHS 1

Indians have the bye

Premier 2 Women

The competition rounds started on Sunday with all four games being very close. Hutt United finally got the better of Upper Hutt at Maidstone Park in the early clash, while on Cello NHS 1 Victoria 2 edged Kapiti by a single goal. Karori pipped newcomers Victoria 3 by the same margin, and in the final game Harbour City played well to knock over Tawa Titans, which reversed the result of their earlier encounter.


Hutt United 2 (Sophie Tennent, Nika Reichert) Upper Hutt 1 (Erica Pihema)

Karori 1 (Taylor Thorpe-Loversuch) Victoria 3 0

Victoria 2 1 (Kristina O’Connor) Kapiti 0

Harbour City 4 Tawa Titans 0


Hutt United 3, Karori 3, Victoria 2 3, Harbour City 3, Upper Hutt 0, Victoria 3 0, Kapiti 0, Tawa Titans 0

Games on 29 May

Victoria 2 v Karori 11:00am McDonald’s Newtown NHS 2

Upper Hutt v Tawa Titans 12:45pm McDonald’s Newtown NHS 2

Harbour City v Victoria 3 2:30pm McDonald’s Newtown NHS 2

Hutt United v Kapiti 4:15pm McDonald’s Newtown NHS 2

Premier 2 Men

In the first competition round game on Sunday Hutt United suffered their first loss of the season going down by a couple of goals to Upper Maidstone Park. There were similar scores in the other two games with Kapiti avenging their earlier loss to Karori at Paraparaumu, and Northern United having a second victory over Victoria on Cello NHS 1.


Upper Hutt 3 (Andris Martins, Paul Hamlin, Nick Mellow) Hutt United 1 (Mike Jenness)

Kapiti 3 (Tully Gilbert) Karori 2

Northern United 3 Victoria 1

Points: Upper Hutt 3, Kapiti 3, Northern United 3, Hutt United 0, Karori 0, Victoria 0

Games on 29 May

Victoria v Karori 12:15am Cello NHS 1

Hutt United v Kapiti 1:15pm Paraparaumu

Upper Hutt v Northern United 2:00pm Cello NHS 1

Premier 3 Women


Naenae 4 Upper Hutt 0

Indians 7 (Jayna Lala 3, Radhika Bhikha 2, Alice Blackwell, Neelam Bhikha)

Northern United 3 1 (Chantelle Badenhorst)

Kapiti 3 6 (Oakley Wilson-Rangihuna 3, Debbie Awhe, Samantha Awhe, Heidi Newlands) Victoria 1 (Emma Deegan)

Northern United 2 1 (Allanah Andrews) Harbour City 0

Toa 2 Hutt United 1

Kapiti 3 had the bye

Premier 3 Men


Indians 3 3 (Rakesh Raman, Dipan Ranchhod, Suneel Patel) Victoria 3 3 (Jed Cameron 2, Roald Bomans)

Upper Hutt 2 (Michael Whitson, Jason Eade) Harbour City 2

Petone Tuis 1 (Chris Coventry) Northern United 0

Tawa Titans 4 (Jack Hawkey, Chris McDonald, Jack Guerin, Duane West) Karori 1 (Stewart Robertson)

Hutt United 2 (Victoria 4 2

Indians 2 had the bye

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