Registrations have closed and we are currently putting together the draw for the new season. This year we sadly bid farewell to Korean Hallelujah, FC Corea and Wildlife. All 3 teams have been with us for several years with FC Corea putting in a good fight last
Registrations for teams for 2009 have now closed. If you were looking to register a team but have not yet received confirmation then please contact us as soon as possible. If you’re an individual looking for a team to join then drop us a line and we’ll
A reminder that you have just one more week to register your team(s) for the 2009 season. Registrations can be completed in person at the pre-season meeting at 1pm on Saturday, 28 March. The meeting will be held at 70 Baynes Street, Burwood. If you know of
Roy Tikao, the head chief for Nga Toa Whakapono – The Faith Warriors, has a catalogue of uniforms at very good prices. If you’re interested please e-mail us and we’ll pass your details onto Roy.
Kim Beale of Soccer Plus has been in touch and is looking for players who are interested in spreading the Good News through sport. Kim runs the mission organisation which uses soccer as a vehicle for outreach and mission. With both national and international soccer camps available,
If anyone is keen to participate in Wednesday night friendly games on the enclosed Hockey Turf at Burnside High School, then please contact Chris Walker (from Ilam Cherubs). They play from 8:15-9:30pm each Wednesday and are keen for a few more players. They have limited spaces however,
Team registrations for the 2009 season are now open. Please download and complete the registration form and return to Barry Matthews , 70 Baynes Street, Burwood, Christchurch 8083 no later than March 28th. While we do not have any online registration procedure available, you can send an
Welcome back to the new year and what should be another successful season. Registrations for competing teams will be sent out soon. Traditionally the season kicks off the weekend after Easter so we are planning to start in the middle of April this year. There are also