Former Football Fern Aimee Phillips was among the goals as Cashmere Technical became the first club to earn their place in the last 32 of this year’s Kate Sheppard Cup with a big win against Nomads United.
Phillips, an eight-cap international, opened the scoring in the 7th minute as Technical coasted to a 7-1 win against Nomads United at Avonhead Park.
The game was played under lights ahead of the weekend’s remaining fixtures in the first round of the NZ Football Foundation-sponsored Kate Sheppard Cup.
Phillips finished the night with two goals, while national league player Charlotte Roche grabbed a 10-minute hat-trick and Canterbury cricket rep Emma Kench also picked up a double.
Main photo: Aimee Phillips. Credit: El Loko – Own work
Game played on Wednesday May 10, 2023
Nomads United 1 (Sarah Summerlee 84′)
Cashmere Technical 7 (Aimee Phillips 7′, 37′, Emma Kench 25′, 45′, Charlotte Roche 51′, 53′, 61′)
The Kate Sheppard Cup is supported by the NZ Football Foundation.