Updated: Full results from third round of Chatham Cup

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Eight Northern League sides have made it through to the last 16 of the Chatham Cup — but two were given huge frights in third-round ties played over the weekend of June 18-19.

Waiheke United went through on Saturday with a 6-4 win in extra time against West Auckland after an incident-packed game which saw four red cards, nine yellows and two penalties.

Eastern Suburbs required a penalty shoot-out to get past Fencibles United who had led them by two goals early in the match.

Here’s our round-up of third-round results (and check later for more updates):

Waiheke beat West Auckland 6-4 in incident-charged tie that requires extra time

Four red cards, nine yellows, two penalties, extra time and 10 goals, including a hat-trick — yes, the Chatham Cup tie between West Auckland and Waiheke United pretty much had everything.

The records will show Waiheke went through 6-4 after extra time at Brains Park.

But it was hard to keep up with the succession of incidents that started in the 3rd minute when Ramon Lindner opened the scoring for the visitors.

Matthew Hearn levelled for West Auckland in the 8th minute and teammate Joshua Peden put his side 2-1 up after 18 minutes.

Almost immediately, Waiheke skipper Alan Llunes responded to make it 2-2.

Lindner then scored his second in the 27th minute but Jordan Hearn equalised for West Auckland on the stroke of half-time.

The first half had produced six goals — more was to come.

Lindner completed his hat-trick from the penalty spot as the hour mark approached. It was now 4-3 to Waiheke.

The islanders held their lead as the game went into added time, their job made easier when Matthew Hearn was given a straight red for a serious foul play.

But six minutes into referee’s time, West Auckland were awarded a penalty.

Jordan Hearn slotted it, his second goal of the day, and the teams were tied 4-4.

Referee Nick Waldron … the busiest man on the park in the tie. File photo: Phototek.

Referee Nick Waldron red carded Waiheke coach Thabiso Tleane for abusing a match official — the 11th time he had needed to brandish a card during the fixture, having given nine yellow cards already.

Waldron blew for time and ordered the game into extra time.

West Auckland scorer Peden headed for an early shower after getting two yellow cards within a minute in extra time.

Waiheke Island took advantage as the home side were down to nine players.

Nicolas Vanina put the islanders 5-4 up in the 114th minute.

Then substitute Mauricio Herrera made it 6-4 in the 116th minute.

There was still time for more drama.

Waiheke’s Miguel Yacar collected a yellow card in the dying moments of extra time but later earned himself a straight red for using abusive language to an official in the clubrooms after the game.

Suburbs go through to next round after penalty shoot-out win

Eastern Suburbs needed a penalty shoot-out victory to avoid being one of the round’s upsets, as Fencibles United took them to the wire.

Lotto NRFL first division side Fencibles had Suburbs reeling after the home side took a 2-0 lead in the opening 24 minutes at Riverhills Park.

Ryan Clarke opened the scoring after 10 minutes; Peter Garofalakis doubled the lead in the 24th minute.

That’s how it stayed until Suburbs pulled back a goal in the 54th minute through Rayhan Carlson-DuToit.

On the hour, Daniel Champness levelled for the Lilywhites and the score was 2-2 when referee Hayden Tutbury blew for the end of normal time.

The sides remained deadlocked throughout extra time and in the penalty shoot-out, Suburbs held their nerve to win 5-4.

Clinical Auckland City run up six against Manukau United

Auckland City wasted little effort in casting aside Manukau United’s cup challenge with three goals in each half to win the tie 6-0 at Kiwitea St.

Captain Cam Howieson got the ball rolling with the opener in the 29th minute when he blasted home a penalty, awarded when Dylan Manickum was taken down in the area.

Main photo: Howieson’s penalty flies past Manukau ‘keeper Ernest Wong.

Sam Brotherton made it 2-0 on the half-hour, and striker Ryan De Vries stretched the lead to 3-0 as half-time approached.

In the second spell, De Vries added another goal before substitute Matthew Ellis made full use of his opportunity to grab a double with goals in the 80th and 83rd minutes.

For City, it was another day at the office. For Manukau, the odds were against them from the moment the third round draw was made.

Match highlights

Watch a full replay of the Auckland City v Manukau United game here:

Auckland United end Cambridge’s cup run

Auckland United beat Cambridge 6-1 at Keith Hay Park, putting the Waikato side out of the competition for the second time in as many years.

Josh Redfearn put United ahead in the 11th minute before Reds captain Patrick Woodlock levelled in the 22nd minute.

That’s how the score stayed at half-time.

But as the game wore on, United exerted their superiority scoring through Ignacio Muchuca (49′), Oliver Fay (63′) and Redfearn again (65′).

With the game effectively in the bag, United made a double substitution in the 72nd minute, bringing on Nicholas Zambrano and Benji McCarthy, both of whom picked up late goals.

For Cambridge, it was the 13th time in their history that they had reached the cup’s third round — and they have lost every single time.

Maybe the elusive fourth-round tie will come next year …

Goal-happy Melville knock out East Coast Bays with second-half blitz

Free-scoring Melville United were restrained in the first half but cut loose against East Coast Bays, scoring four goals in the early stages of the second spell to win 6-1 at Gower Park.

Stafford Dowling gave the Hamilton side a 1-0 half-time lead with his 14th-minute goal.

After the break, the goals came fast.

Campbell Brown doubled Melville’s lead two minutes into the half, then Kieran Richards added two in three minutes before Jerson Giraldo stretched the lead to 5-0 after 63 minutes.

Substitute Ryen Lawrence made it 6-0 with just over 10 minutes to go.

Bays were able to pick up a consolation goal in the 83rd minute through substitute Matthew Beaton.

Bay Olympic come from behind to win late against Metro

Metro caused a few nervous flutters at Olympic Park before Northern League outfit Bay Olympic secured their cup passage against their first division opponents.

With the game heading for 0-0 scoreline at half-time, Metro were awarded a penalty in added time, which leading scorer Jaydyn Englefield put away.

The home side made a couple of substitutions early in the second spell and levelled through Harrison Byrne in the 66th minute.

It took till the 81st minute before Bay Olympic could take the lead for the first time, scoring through Callum McNeill.

Wanderers do enough to beat 10-man Papamoa

Hamilton Wanderers progressed to the last 16 with a 3-0 win against WaiBOP Premiership side Papamoa at Gordon Spratt Reserve.

Wanderers took the lead after 18 minutes through Ricky Singh and the sides turned round with Wanderers holding that 1-0 lead.

Captain Derek Tieku doubled the lead after 51 minutes.

Papamoa’s cause was not helped when Wads Nelson was sent off for a second yellow card in the 79th minute.

Wanderers took advantage, scoring a third through Xavier Pratt in added time.

Birkenhead overcome Central with strong second half

Central United kept Northern League side Birkenhead United goalless for an hour before succumbing 4-0 in their third-round tie at Shepherds Park.

When Birkenhead finally broke through with a goal from Alex Connor-McClean, they then made sure of victory with three goals in a six-minute burst.

Sam Burfoot scored in the 74th minute and Luke Jorgensen extended the lead to 3-0 two minutes later.

Curtis Hughes completed the scoring in the 80th minute to ensure Birkenhead’s name goes into the draw on Tuesday.

Cup holders made to work for extra time win

Current cup holders Cashmere Technical needed a penalty in extra time to go through to the fourth round with a 2-1 win against Ferrymead Bays.

Technical drew first blood, scoring in the eighth minute through Lyle Matthysen.

After turning round with that 1-0 lead, Bays levelled in the 61st minute through William Pierce.

The game went into extra time and the game was settled when referee Caleb Downes ruled a penalty in favour of Technical which captain Tom Schwartz put away in the 105th minute.



Games played on Saturday June 18, 2022

Auckland City 6 (Cam Howieson 29′, Sam Brotherton 31′, Ryan De Vries 41′, 73′, Matthew Ellis 80′, 83′)
Manukau United 0

Bay Olympic 2 (Harrison Byrne 66′, Callum McNeill 81′)
Metro 1 (Jaydyn Englefield 45+1′ pen)

West Auckland 4 (Matthew Hearn 8′, Joshua Peden 18′, Jordan Hearn 45′, 90+6′ pen)
Waiheke United 6 (Ramon Lindner 3′, 27′, 58′ pen, Alan Llunes 22′, Nicolas Vanina 114′, Mauricio Herrera 116′)

Melville United 6 (Stafford Dowling 14′, Campbell Brown 47′, Kieran Richards 56′, 59′, Jerson Giraldo 63′, Ryen Lawrence 79′)
East Coast Bays 1 (Matthew Beaton 83′)

Fencibles United 2 (Ryan Clarke 10′, Peter Garofalakis 24′)
Eastern Suburbs 2 (Rayhan Carlson-Du Toit 54′, Daniel Champness 61′)
*Suburbs won 5-4 on penalties after extra time.

Auckland United 6 (Josh Redfearn 11′, 65′, Ignacio Machuca 49′, Oliver Fay 63′, Nicolas Zambrano 84′, Benji McCarthy 87′)
Cambridge 1 (Patrick Woodlock 22′)

Games played on Sunday June 19, 2022

Birkenhead United 4 (Alex Connor-McClean 59′, Sam Burfoot 74′, Luke Jorgensen 76′, Curtis Hughes 80′)
Central United 0

Papamoa 0
Hamilton Wanderers 3 (Ricky Singh 18′, Derek Tieku 51′, Xavier Pratt 90+1′)


Games to be played on Saturday June 18, 2022

North Wellington 1 (Daniel Allan 86′)
Wellington Olympic 6 (Jesse Randall 27′, 87′, own goal 50′, Gianni Bouzoukis 53′, Kailan Gould 62′, 85′)

Island Bay United 1 (Matthew Chadwick 69′)
Miramar Rangers 3 (Hamish Watson 30′, Samuel Mason-Smith 69′, own goal 77′)

Games played on Sunday June 19, 2022

Napier City Rovers 7 (Liam Schofield 1′, Jonathan McNamara 21′, 39′, Jimmy Somerton 52′, Leaford Allen 62′, Joshua Stevenson 67′, Harry Mason 90’+1′)
Wellington United 0

Wellington Marist 1 (Beau Lyttle 81′)
Western Suburbs 5 (Nathan Simes 53′, 56′, 65′, Norman Garbett 68′, Fraser Brown 85′)


Games played on Saturday June 18, 2022

Green Island 5 (own goal 21′, Cameron Anderson 45’+1′, Caleb Manson 47′, Matthew Henry 66′, Harrison McLean 69′)
Northern 1 (Tyler Muir 2′)

Ferrymead Bays 1 (William Pierce 61′)
Cashmere Technical 2 (Lyle Matthysen 8′, Tom Schwarz105′ pen)
*After extra time.

Games played on Sunday June 19, 2022

Mosgiel 1 (scorer TBC)
Dunedin City Royals 2 (Kaleb de Groot-Green, En Watanabe)

Nelson Suburbs 1 (Aiden Higgs 27′)
Coastal Spirit 1 (Mark Zimmerman 45′)
*Suburbs won 5-4 on penalties after extra time.

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