Ties set to reduce Kate Sheppard Cup field to 16 over long weekend

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This year’s Kate Sheppard Cup has already found its first team to reach the last 16.

Otago University beat Mosgiel 3-0 in a midweek match to become the first side to qualify for the third round.

The other 15 qualifiers will come from second-round matches scheduled for King’s Birthday Weekend.

Six Lotto NRFL Women’s Premier League sides have drawn each other in the round.

Holders Auckland United will host league rivals Hibiscus Coast, newly promoted to the Lotto NRFL Women’s Premier League, on Monday.

National League champions Eastern Suburbs will host last year’s Kate Sheppard Cup runners-ups Northern Rovers, while West Coast Rangers host Ellerslie.


Game played on Tuesday May 30, 2023

Otago University 3 (Tyler Wood 5′, Jemma McCormick 15′, Charli Marvin 47′)
Mosgiel 0


Games to be played on Saturday June 3, 2023

Petone v Waterside Karori
Petone War Memorial Park, Petone, 11.30am

Palmerston North Marist v Havelock North Wanderers
Arena Manawatu, Palmerston North, 11.30am

Coastal Spirit v Cashmere Technical
Linfield Park, Bromley, 11am

Roslyn Wakari v Dunedin City Royals
Ellis Park, Dunedin, 12pm
(This fixture has been rescheduled from Sunday)

Games to be played on Sunday June 4, 2023

Fencibles United v Tauranga City
William Green Domain, Pakuranga, 1pm

Otumoetai v Onehunga Sports
Fergusson Park, Otumoetai, 12pm

Lakes v Western Springs
Tamarahi Reserve, Ngongotaha, 1pm

Eastern Suburbs v Northern Rovers
Madills Farm, St Heliers, 1pm

West Coast Rangers v Ellerslie
Fred Taylor Park, Whenuapai, 1pm

Miramar Rangers v Seatoun
David Farrington Park, Miramar, 2pm

Moturoa v Wellington United
Onuku Taipari Domain, New Plymouth,1pm

Games to be played on Monday June 5, 2023

Auckland United v Hibiscus Coast
Keith Hay Park, Mt Roskill, 12pm

Birkenhead United v Manukau United
McFetridge Park, Glenfield, 2pm

Central United v Hamilton Wanderers
Kiwitea St, Sandringham, 1pm

Nelson Suburbs v Halswell United
Saxton Fields, Nelson, 12pm

The Kate Sheppard Cup is supported by the NZ Football Foundation.

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