AFF Qualifiers

The first round of the MUPC 2015 campaign saw an undefeated start for the WPSS boys representing Onehunga Sports.

Onehunga Sports Vs Western Springs

Result: 3-0

(Hojae Lee 6′ and 37′, Brad Yovich 32′)


Onehunga Sports Vs Papakura City

Result: 5-1

(Hojae Lee 2′, Max Mata 7’and 10′, Brad Yovich 14′ and 17′)


Onehunga Sports Vs Fencibles United

Result: 2-0

(Max Mata 5′, Hojae Lee 39′)

MUPC AFF Finals day 2

Onehunga Sports Vs Three Kings United 

Result: 0-0


Onehunga Sports Vs Ellerslie

Result: 2-1

( Kingsley Sinclair 2′, Max Mata 29′)

MUPC 2015 Northern Conference Champions

The 2015 Northern Conference Finals consisted of the winning club team from each of the Northern Federations including; NFF, AFF & Waibop.

Onehunga Sports Vs Oratia

Result: 1-0

(Hojae Lee)


Onehunga Sports Vs Cambridge

Result: 5-0

(Max Mata x3, Hojae Lee, Bradley Yovich)


Onehunga Sports Vs Oratia

Result: 2-1

(Leon van den Hoven, Max Mata)


Onehunga Sports Vs Cambridge

Result: 1-0

(Hojae Lee)


MUPC New Zealand Champions 2015

The 2015 National Finals were contested between;

Onehunga Sports

Oratia

Waterside Karori (Wellington)

Cashmere Technical (Christchurch)

 

The winner of the National finals will then progress to the Pacific finals to be held in Australia to play for a spot at the Global finals in Manchester!

 

Onehunga Sports Vs Cashmere Technical

Result: 3-0

(Hojae Lee 12′, 27′, Max Mata 13′)


Onehunga Sports Vs Oratia

Result: 1-0

(Max Mata 17′)


Onehunga Sports Vs Waterside Karori

Result: 9-0

(Hojae Lee 5′, 17′, 26′, 34′, Leon van den Hoven 7′, 19′, Jack Duncan 23′, Oscar Spragg 28′, Kingsley Sinclair 40′)


MUPC National Semi Final

Onehunga Sports Vs Waterside Karori

Result: 5-1

(Leon van den Hoven 5′, Hojae Lee 6′, 13′, Max Mata 9′, 16′)


MUPC National Final

Onehunga Sports Vs Oratia

Result: 5-1

(Hojae Lee 16′, 29′, Max Mata 26′, 40, Leon van den Hoven 28′)


The final victory took the teams MUPC record in New Zealand to an impressive:

Played 14

Won 13

Drew 1

Goals for 44

Goals Against 5

Leading Goal Scorers:

Hojae Lee 17

Max Mata 14

Leon van den Hoven 5

Bradley Yovich 4

Manchester United Premier Cup – Pacific Finals

 

Wellington Phoenix Soccer Schools U15 players representing Onehunga Sports carried on the club’s good form of late, securing a place in the final of the Manchester United Premier Cup Pacific finals last weekend.

Wellington Phoenix Soccer Schools U15 players representing Onehunga Sports secured a place in the final of the Manchester United Premier Cup Pacific finals last weekend.

After a strong first day with two wins and one loss, the WPSS/Onehunga Sports team went down to Football NSW Institute 3-0 in a rematch of a first day loss.

Game one of the tournament saw the first of three group games played against Football Federation Victoria, which Onehunga Sports won 3-0 with Captain Max Mata scoring a brace and Charles Spragg getting on the score sheet. It was a quick fire twenty minutes that secured victory for the team in the first half.

Game two was against tournament favourite Football NSW Institute, who won the game 3-1 courtesy of a penalty in each half. Max Mata continued where he left off in game one and got on the score sheet with a goal in the 19th minute.

The third and final game of the first day was against Canberra-based side Belconnen United. The game was all but over within the first half with Onehunga Sports putting an unanswered five goals past Belconnen. The Spragg brothers then scored a goal each in the second half to make the final score 7-0.

The team now had a simple equation in game four: a win or draw with the Emerging Jets- NSW State to secure a Semi Finals spot. Goals to Hojae Lee and Charles Spragg in the first half and another to Lee in the second, gave the team a 3-0 win and passage through to the Semi Finals.

The Semi Final saw the two best club sides in the competition face off against each other. Kingsley Sinclair planted a header in the 30th minute to give Onehunga Sports a 1-0 win and set up a rematch against NSW Football Institute in the Final.

Onehunga Sports created multiple chances in the final but were not able to convert any of these early to combat those NSW Football Institute did. NSW were up 2-0 at halftime, before going on to score again in the second half and win the final 3-0.

WPSS director Leigh Kenyon was proud of everyone’s efforts, “The WPSS players representing Onehunga Sports can hold their heads high. There is absolutely nothing more that they could have done at this tournament. We are proud to have finished as the best club side in the Pacific and knock over two State teams on the way to the Grand Final”.

Onehunga Sports finished as the best club side in the Pacific and Max Mata took home the Golden Boot with a tournament high six goals.

Manchester United Premier Cup 2015 Pacific Finals

Group B: Onehunga Sports 3-0 Federation Victoria

Group B: Onehunga Sports 1-3 Football NSW Institute

Group B: Onehunga Sports 7-0 Belconnen UTD

Group B: Onehunga Sports 3-0 Emerging Jets (Northern NSW State)


MUPC Pacific Semi Final

Onehunga Sports 1-0 Marconi Stallions


MUPC Pacific Grand Final

Onehunga Sports 0-3 Football NSW Institute