Te Atatu only NRF Championship side to go through to federation cup semi-finals

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Te Atatu are the highest-ranked team to make it through to the semi-finals of the NRF Men’s Federation Cup.

The NRF Men’s Championship side won their quarter-final on Saturday July 23 to go into the semi-final draw.

They are joined by Hibiscus Coast’s M1 side, Uni-Mount Bohemian’s Alto Vuelo team and West Coast Rangers Nation side.

Main photo: Te Atatu’s Rhys Caples … on the scoresheet in the quarter final. Photo: Shane Wenzlick / Phototek.

CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story said Lynn-Avon United had won their quarter-final, instead of Hibiscus Coast.


Games played on Saturday July 23, 2022

Lynn-Avon United (NRF Championship) 4 (Callum McGregor 10′, 18′, 64′, Hugh Sorby 78′)
Hibiscus Coast (M1) 7 (Daniel Bungard 1′, Alexander Prior 8′, Eamon Borer 22′, Graeme Dewar 63′, Ben Jones 72′, 82′, Tom Dale 81′)

Takapuna Ladzio (M1) 1
Uni-Mount Bohemian Alto Vuelo 2

Te Atatu (NRF Championship) 3 (Peter Norris 29′, Joel Willetts 43′, Rhys Caples 86′)
South Auckland Rangers (NRF Championship) 0

West Coast Rangers Nation (M1) 3
Mt Albert Ponsonby Baggies (M1) 1

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