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Chatham Cup Final Referees
Wayne Stapley, Neil Fox, Derek Rugg, Paul Dalziel


October 2003


2003 Canterbury Soccer Referee Awards

September 2003

Rupert Ryan hat-trick fails to dislodge Gordon Cup off Canterbury

Argentina close gap on Spain in World Rankings, Australia 62nd, NZ drop to 70th

Newcastle Down Kingz In Lacklustre Season Opener

Ch'ch Technical regain Mainland Premier status, relegating Cashmere

Halswell to face resurgent United who eliminate Nomads from English Cup

Cashmere makes first step to retain Premier spot in 2004 over Technical.

August 2003

Golden Goals reward Burnside, United whilst Halswell also advance

Nomads and Ferrymead draw, leaving top places still tight

Nomads fail to take early away chances as they crash to Suburbs

Halswell win to retake lead, Brighton only other win in Mainland

Futsal refs put through their paces

Melville Prevent History, And Make Some Of Their Own - Jeremy Ruane

Melville's Cup fairy tale rolls on-Waikato Times

Final whistle sweet for Lynn-Avon 2-0 winners over Nomads-The Press

University-Mt Wellington wins Cup semi-final with a Joey Waugh hat-trick-WSO

Halswell beaten by Nelson at home as Nomads go top Plus all Canterbury results-WSO

Nomads crush Cashmere team-The Press

July 2003

Kingz tie-in with Chelsea

Ref attack costs Borussia Dortmund's Kehl a six-week ban

Referee in trouble after sparing Viduka red card

Western record's narrow win in Nelson

Chatham Cup & Uncle Toby(Womens) Semi Final Referee Appointments

Halswell and Nomads continue to show way in front

Rangers thwarted by crossbar lapse-The Press

One National League Club Left In Chatham Cup-by Jeremy Ruane

Nomads beaten, leaving Halswell still in front

Lower Hutt add Manawatu's scalp in to reach Chatham Cup semi-finals, as do Central at Island Bay

Rangers celebrates late goal-The PRESS

Rangers join quarter-finalists in Chatham Cup hunt-from Jeremy Ruane

Nomads closing in on league leaders-The PRESS

Nomads ambush Halswell, Brighton & Ferrymead Bays also win

Chatham Cup: Winner of Rangers v Roslyn drawn at home to Uni-Mt Wellington in Quarter Final

Chatham Cup: Shore advances as another National League side eliminated as Roslyn down Caversham

Man bites ref in Australin Junior game!

Rangers oust Halswell from Chatham Cup

June 2003

Nelson v Avon United fed six match abandoned after 19 minutes

Oceania angered by Fifa U-turn on World Cup place

FIFA back track- Australian reaction

FIFA back track on Oceania's automatic World Cup entry

Halswell beaten for third time but stay top

Japan outclass All Whites

All Whites ready for fast game

Halswell defeat Western 2-0 in Chatham Cup tie

Mirimar retain national title coutesy of a Rupert Ryan hat-trick-by Jeremy Ruane

Ferry mead have massive win as Halswll stay on top and Rangers faulter

NSL ends in Glory

 May 2003

STNL: Nik Viljoen, Joey Waugh put Easts into Final, to meet Central/Miramar winner

STNL: Late Late Show sees Central home - Jeremy Ruane

Nelson Suburbs and Nomads both advance in Chatham Cup

Rangers draw level with Halswell who go down to Ferrymead

Nelsen again, as All Whites draw with Scotland

Keepers Star in battle with Canty-by Rab Smith

Gritty end for United-By ROD DEW

NZSoccer says clubs being reassured on League revamp - NZ City

NSL: Newcastle upset in-form Perth

Rangers defeat Brighton to go top until Halswell play tomorrow

NSL: Draw at Parramatta leaves both Force and Power still stalking Sharks

STNL: Twenty-goal round sets up thrilling final fixtures - Jeremy Ruane

Arsenal add FA Cup to Charity Shield in Cardiff - BBC Football

NSL: Perth Glory win "curtain-raiser" over Olympic Sharks 1-0

New Brighton drop points in draw to leave Halswell back on top, Rangers now 2nd

Referee abuse out of line

Own goal hurts Canty Utd-By ROD DEW

Rangers, Olympic and Suburbs reach 2nd round of Cup

Saturday's action from Canterbury Grade football

NSL: Smeltz puts Adelaide into early lead but Perth head home winners

'Crunch time' for Canty Utd - The Press

New Brighton beat Nelson 2-1.Nelson goalkeeper Johnny Guardiola sent off

Olympic Sharks see off Spirit, into final two rounds of NSL

STNL: Manawatu re-enter fourth place, but top three pick up valuable points-By Jeremy Ruane

Emphatic Central Win against Canterbury Seals Play-Off Place-By Jeremy Ruane

NSL: Perth hammer Parramatta Power tonight

Mainland Premier League: Wins to Halswell, Rangers, Nomads as Western & Cashmere draw


April 2003

Ben Sigmund and Jamie Duncan have been named in the New Zealand under-22 soccer squad to play Japan

Fisher scores his ultimate goal- Selection for All Whites

All whites Squad for Confederations Cup

STNL: Round 15 Roundup

STNL: Squire's winning double for Canty United

Halswell go down to Nomads, leaving three-way leadership in Mainland. Plus other Canterbury results.

STNL: Sigmund slams two past Napier

R.I.P. Ian Marshall passes away after long battle with cancer.

All Canterbury Senior games to observe a minutes silence this Saturday 26 April in memory of Ian Marshall.

Halswell down Avon United, Brighton now second in Mainland Premiership

NSL: Parramatta Power and Olympic Sharks share honours tonight

Unfashionable Avon United join Halswell at top of Mainland Premiership

STNL: Cavvy Crush Canty 3-nil-by Rab Smith

STNL: Easts And Miramar Close On Central-By Jeremy Ruane

Canterbury United fails to strike-by ROD DEW

Matildas Again Too Strong For Gallant SWANZ-By Jeremy Ruane

Mainland Soccer: Nelson V Cashmere Wanderers

STNL:Central upstaged by Tech, as Miramar and Shore record wins today

Mainland Soccer: Saturday Scores

STNL: Round 11 roundup

Mainland Soccer kicks off.

NSL: Northern Spirit topple Paramatta Power

NSL: Olympic Sharks down Newcastle

Grosvenor a 'reluctant' United super sub-By ROD DEW

Kingz want to keep Utting, despite Brunei offer

March 2003

NZ Herald's attitude to the Kingz could well determine move to Wellington

NSL: Upsets as four teams now vie for Homeart NSL title, prizemoney into final round

STNL: Central six points clear after National League goal glut - Jeremy Ruane

NZ National League Referee Appointments

Kingz could head to capital-By Kent Gray

NSL: Top 6 Round up

STNL: Central prevail in riveting derby to take half-way lead-by Jeremy Ruane

STNL: Table-Toppers live up to billing, in spite of referee by Jeremy Ruane

NSL: Onus on Kingz to contribute to legacy - The Press

NSL: NSL Championship: Perth Glory go top with 4-goals from Despotvski

NSL: Adelaide down Olympic Sharks 1-0 in NSL play-offs

FIFA to conduct experiment with referee communication system

Souths down Kingz in nine-goal roller-coaster ride - Jeremy Ruane

STNL: Auckland Clubs Set Up Top-Of-Table Thriller- By Jeremy Ruane

STNL: Canterbuery Utd in Scoreless Outcome Accurately Reflects Tame Encounter- By Jeremy Ruane

Iran Matches Postponed

STNL: Canterbury Stun Central as Easts and Miramar Win - Jeremy Ruane

February 2003

STNL: Canty United go down 2-0 to Napier

STNL: Manawatu Top Pile At End Of First Weeks Action- By Jeremy Ruane

STNL: Easts Down Canterbury In Ten-A-Side Encounter By Jeremy Ruane


NZ STNL: Champs Off To a Flyer as League Newcomers Draw - Jeremy Ruane

Miramar Rangers impress to outscore Canterbury

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