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Words: ACFC Media

Saturday 31 July 2021

WELLINGTON, New Zealand - Welcome to live stream coverage of the Chatham Cup quarter-final between Miramar Rangers and Auckland City FC from David Farrington Park. 

Coverage courtesy New Zealand Football and commentary provided by Jason Pine. 

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Match Details
Saturday 31 July 2021
Chatham Cup 1/4 Finals
Miramar Rangers v Auckland City FC
David Farrington Park, Wellington
Kick-off: 2.00pm NZDT

AC: 18. Conor TRACEY (GK), 2. Mario ILICH, 3. Adam MITCHELL, 4. Mario BILEN, 6. Brian KALTAK, 7. Cam HOWIESON (c), 8. Adam THURSTON, 9. Angus KILKOLLY, 10. Dylan MANICKUM, 11. Reid DRAKE, 12. Sam BROTHERTON, 14. Jordan VALE, 17. Andrew BLAKE, 19. Myer BEVAN, 20. Addison STEWART, 24. Cameron BROWN (GK). 

COACH: José FIGUEIRA
ASSISTANT COACH: Ivan VICELICH
GK COACH: Enaut ZUBIKARAI
PHYSIO: Matt PAYNE
TEAM MANAGER: Keith COTON
S&C COACH: Adria CASALS
ANALYST: Jarrod WALLACE
ANALYST: Dan GORDON

OTHER FIXTURES

SATURDAY 31 JULY 2021

CHATHAM CUP 1/4 FINALS
Hamilton Wanderers v Cashmere Technical
Porritt Stadium, Hamilton - kick-off: 2.00pm NZDT

North Shore United v Otago University
Allen Hill Stadium, North Shore - kick-off: 2.00pm NZDT

Western Suburbs v Melville United
Wellington - kick-off: 2.00pm NZDT

ABOUT MIRAMAR RANGERS

Miramar Rangers is one of the most successful in New Zealand having won the Chatham Cup four times (1966, 1992, 2004 & 2010) and the National League title twice (2002 & 2003). Over the last decade the club has played in the Central Premier League and have won this competition a record six times most recently in 2020.

PREVIOUS MEETINGS
There have been no previous meetings between the two clubs.

BIGGEST LEAGUE WIN
v. Wellington United won 13-0, 2019

BIGGEST LEAGUE DEFEAT
v. Christchurch United lost 0-8, 1988
v. Lower Hutt City lost 0-8, 1996
v. Wanganui Athletic lost 0-8, 1996

BIGGEST CUP WIN
v. Rangitikei Rangers won 13-0, 1999

BIGGEST CUP DEFEAT
v. Wanganui Athletic lost 1-7, 1996

PLAYER TO WATCH
Former Navy Blues striker Joao Moreira has kept up his knack of scoring goals for whomever he plays for and this season is no exception with the former Portuguese age group international netting 10 goals this season. Another familiar face among the goals is former Hawke's Bay United and Team Wellington forward Sam Mason-Smith. Mason-Smith has smashed in 17 goals in the Central League and Chatham Cup and will be one to keep an eye on.

CURRENT FORM
v. Waterside Karori won 2-1 (Jake WILLIAMS, Nathan SIMES)
v. Western Suburbs won 4-1 (Andy BEVIN 2, Sam MASON-SMITH, Haris ZEB)
v. Lower Hutt City won 1-0 (Owen BARNETT)
v. Wainuiomata won 6-0 (Scott MIDGLEY, Sam MASON-SMITH 2, Joao MOREIRA 2, Jake WILLIAMS)
v. North Wellington drew 1-1 (Joao MOREIRA)
v. Wairarapa United won 8-1 (Jorge AKERS, Andy BEVIN, Sam MASON-SMITH 3, Ollie WHYTE, Joao MOREIRA 2)
v. Petone won 4-0 (Sam MASON-SMITH 3, Liam WOOD)
v. Napier City Rovers won 4-1 (Andy BEVIN, Joao MOREIRA 3)
v. Wellington Olympic drew 0-0
v. Western Suburbs drew 0-0
v. Havelock North Wanderers won 5-0 (Joao MOREIRA, Owen BARNETT, Jorge AKERS, Ollie WHYTE, Andy BEVIN) - Chatham Cup
v. Waterside Karori won 4-1 (Sam MASON-SMITH 2, Haris ZEB, Max BATCHELOR)
v. North Wellington won 4-1 (Scott MIDGLEY, Hariz ZEB, Sam MASON-SMITH, BREDEVELDT) - Chatham Cup
v. North Wellington won 5-2 (Sam MASON-SMITH 2, Haris ZEB, Nathan SIMES, Owen BARNETT)
v. Wainuiomata won 7-1 (Scott MIDGLEY, Jorge AKERS, Ollie WHYTE 2, Owen BARNETT 2, Joao MOREIRA)
v. Lower Hutt city won 4-1 (Sam MASON-SMITH 3, Own Goal) - Chatham Cup
v. Wairarapa United won 5-0 (Andy BEVIN 2, Ollie WHYTE, Haris ZEB, Nathan SIMES)
v. Lower Hutt City lost 2-4 (Ollie WHYTE, Nathan SIMES)

 

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