Home » November 2020 »Sports » Currently Reading:

Football Club’s season ends with a shield

November 6, 2020 November 2020, Sports No Comments

Senior Football Club Shield Winners 2020

Martinborough Football Clubs senior season concluded in style on 19th September with a 3-2 win against Douglas Villa in Masterton.  The team were delighted to have won theWairarapa Knockout Shield which is now proudly displayed at its Club rooms at Cool Change Bar & Eatery. Spokesperson Lucy Douglas said, “It’s been my first season with the club. Despite facing some tough opposition and losing more games than we’ve won, the team has shown some great character and has been very welcoming of newcomers”.

Presentation of the end of season senior awards were made at Cool Change on 26th September.  Winners were; Club-person of the Year: Paul Brandon, Golden Boot: Carl Whitby (for the fourth year in a row) & Players Player of the year: Paul Ivory.  A special note of thanks was made to Paul Brandon who is stepping back from both competition and management.  Paul set up the club four years ago and had worked tirelessly toward the establishment and the ongoing running of the club.

Martinborough Football Club would like to thank it’s season’s sponsors for their support; Cool Change, Pain & Kershaw : Four Square, Mitre 10 & Neighbourhood Café. South Wairarapa District Council have done an excellent job in overseeing the maintenance of sports fields at Coronation Park.

On 31st October the club hosted the 2020 Marty Se7en’s tournament.  Football teams from across the Wellington region competed in a fun filled day at Coronation Park.

Comment on this Article:

You must be logged in to post a comment.

Sports

Martinborough Golf Report

Another very busy month at the Golf Club which began with the Mens 54/36 Hole Open.  The players had to endure some very windy conditions on the Saturday but fortunately the weather was a lot kinder on the Sunday.  Winners of the 54 Hole Division were:  Best Gross Owen Lloyd, …

Football Club’s season ends with a shield

Martinborough Football Clubs senior season concluded in style on 19th September with a 3-2 win against Douglas Villa in Masterton.  The team were delighted to have won theWairarapa Knockout Shield which is now proudly displayed at its Club rooms at Cool Change Bar & Eatery. Spokesperson Lucy Douglas said, “It’s been my …

Martinborough Junior Hockey – 2019 Results and Prizegiving

Our 1st XI team came so close to victory in their final of the A-grade competition against rivals, MIS Falcons.  Martinborough scored an early goal in the first half of the game and held their defence until MIS scored a late goal in the final 3 minutes to draw 1-1 …

Regular Features

Under Martinborough Stars

Starlight, star bright, first star I see tonight: I wish I may, I wish I …

South Wairarapa Rotary News

Di Banks, Leader of Learning Support and Vocational Pathways at Kuranui College spoke to Rotary …

SOUTH WAIRARAPA REBUS CLUB

At our September meeting the Guest Speaker, Sarah Wright from Digital Seniors, asked us why …

Regional Council notes

The recent election has delivered a very different political landscape for New Zealand.  With a …

November Recycling days

Wednesday 4th Wheelie Bin Wednesday  11th Glass Wednesday 18th wheelie bin Wednesday 18th Glass Wednesday …

News from First Church

Now Labour Weekend is behind us and summer days are ahead, here’s hoping we can …

Martinborough Golf Report

Another very busy month at the Golf Club which began with the Mens 54/36 Hole …

Recent Comments