2010 OFC Champions League Final

2010 OFC Champions League Final
2010 OFC Champions League Final
Event 2009–10 OFC Champions League
First leg
Date 17 April 2010
Venue PMRL Stadium, Port Moresby
Referee Gerard Parsons (Australia)
Attendance 15,000
Second leg
Date 2 May 2010
Venue Fred Taylor Park, Auckland
Referee Norbert Hauata (Tahiti)
Attendance 3,000
2009
2011 →

The 2010 OFC Champions League Final was played over two legs between the winner of Group A Waitakere United from New Zealand and the winner of Group B PRK Hekari United from Papua New Guinea in the 2009–10 OFC Champions League. PRK Hekari United were crowned champions after defeating Waitakere United 4–2 on aggregate, ending New Zealand's dominance in the tournament since its inception in 2007.

Contents

Road to the final

Waitakere United

Throughout the opening round, Waitakere United had been in a two-horse race between themselves and fellow NZFC club Auckland City FC who had won the previous seasons Champions League. An early slip up against New Caledonian club AS Magenta saw the club slip to third in the group [1], however a strong performance in the return leg saw Waitakere win 4–1 at home[2] and a 5–1 thrashing of Tahiti's AS Manu-Ura[3] saw them draw level once more with Auckland City. The final game of the group drew them against their Auckland rivals away from home. A draw for Waitakere would see them progress to the final on goal differance, and the game finished 2–2, knocking favourites Auckland out of the competition.[4]

PRK Hekari United

Like Waitakere United, Hekari started poorly in their group. A 3–3 draw against Tafea FC and a 2–1 loss at home to Lautoka F.C. saw them languishing at the bottom of the table. However their luck would change, defeating Tafea FC 4–0 in the return leg[5] would see Hekari move back up the table and in contention to qualify for the final. Wins against Lautoka F.C.[6] and a 4–1 thrashing of Solomon Islands team Marist FC[7] would see Hekari progress through to the final, a point above Lautoka.

Match summaries

Leg 1

17 April 2010
15:00 UTC+10
PRK Hekari United Papua New Guinea 3 – 0 New Zealand Waitakere United PMRL Stadium, Port Moresby
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Gerard Parsons (Australia)
Kema Jack Goal 27'73'
Alick Maemae Goal 49'
Report

Leg 2

2 May 2010
14:00 UTC+12
Waitakere United New Zealand 2 – 1 Papua New Guinea PRK Hekari United Fred Taylor Park, Auckland
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Norbert Hauata (Tahiti)
Neil Emblen Goal 3'
Brent Fisher Goal 84' (pen)
Report Kema Jack Goal 35' (pen)
Team 1   Agg.   Team 2   1st leg     2nd leg  
PRK Hekari United Papua New Guinea 4–2 New Zealand Waitakere United 3–0 2–1

First Match

17 April 2010
15:00 UTC+10
PRK Hekari United Papua New Guinea 3 – 0 New Zealand Waitakere United PMRL Stadium, Port Moresby
Attendance: 15,000
Kema Jack Goal 27' Goal 73'
Alick Maemae Goal 48'
Report



Referee:
AustraliaGerard Parsons

Assistant referees:
AustraliaMurray Wilson
AustraliaAlex Glasgow
Fourth official:
Solomon IslandsJohn Saohu

Hekari United:
DF 2 Solomon Islands Gideon Omokirio
DF 4 Papua New Guinea Cyril Muta
FW 9 Fiji Tuimasi Manuca Substituted off in the 76th minute 76'
MF 12 Papua New Guinea David Muta (c) Substituted off in the 87th minute 87'
MF 16 Fiji Pita Bolaitoga
FW 17 Papua New Guinea Kema Jack
DF 19 Papua New Guinea Koriak Upaiga
GK 20 Papua New Guinea Gure Gabina
MF 25 Solomon Islands Stanley Waita
MF 26 Solomon Islands Alick Maemae Booked in the 45th minute 45'
MF 28 Solomon Islands Henry Fa'arodo
Substitutes:
GK 1 Papua New Guinea Godfrey Baniau
DF 5 Papua New Guinea Brian Tuhiana
MF 7 Solomon Islands Benjamin Mela Substituted on in the 87th minute 87'
MF 8 Papua New Guinea Michael Foster
MF 13 Papua New Guinea Andrew Lepani
FW 18 Papua New Guinea Eric Komeng Substituted on in the 76th minute 76'
MF 23 Papua New Guinea Samuel Kini
Manager:
Solomon Islands Jerry Allen
Waitakere United:
GK 1 England Daniel Robinson
DF 2 New Zealand Jason Rowley
DF 3 New Zealand Aaron Soctt Substituted off in the 78th minute 78'
DF 4 New Zealand Timothy Myers Booked in the 34th minute 34'
MF 7 England Martin Bullock
FW 8 New Zealand Brent Fisher
FW 9 Solomon Islands Benjamin Totori Substituted off in the 88th minute 88'
MF 11 England Neil Sykes (c)
FW 12 Fiji Roy Krishna
MF 16 England Neil Emblen
DF 21 New Zealand Jack Pelter Substituted off in the 84th minute 84'
Substitutes:
MF 10 New Zealand Allan Pearce Substituted on in the 78th minute 78'
FW 13 Brazil Dimas Da Silva
MF 18 New Zealand Zane Sole
MF 19 New Zealand Dakota Lucas Substituted on in the 88th minute 88'
FW 20 South Africa Ryan De Vries
GK 22 New Zealand Liam Little
MF 27 Wales Paul Seaman Substituted on in the 84th minute 84'
Manager:
England Neil Emblen

Second Match

2 May 2010
14:00 UTC+12
Waitakere United New Zealand 2 – 1 Papua New Guinea PRK Hekari United Fred Taylor Park, Auckland
Attendance: 3,000
Neil Emblen Goal 3'
Brent Fisher Goal 84' (pen)
Report Kema Jack Goal 35'



Referee:
French PolynesiaNorbert Hauata

Assistant referees:
FijiAshwin Kumar
VanuatuMichael Joseph
Fourth official:
FijiRakesh Varman

Waitakere United:
GK 1 England Daniel Robinson Booked in the 32nd minute 32'
DF 2 New Zealand Jason Rowley
DF 4 New Zealand Timothy Myers
MF 7 England Martin Bullock Booked in the 36th minute 36'
FW 8 New Zealand Brent Fisher
FW 9 Solomon Islands Benjamin Totori Substituted off in the 70th minute 70'
MF 10 New Zealand Allan Pearce Booked in the 67th minute 67'
MF 11 England Neil Sykes Substituted off in the 61st minute 61'
FW 12 Fiji Roy Krishna Substituted off in the 57th minute 57'
DF 16 England Neil Emblen
MF 17 New Zealand Jake Butler (c)
Substitutes:
DF 3 New Zealand Aaron Soctt
MF 18 New Zealand Zane Sole
MF 19 New Zealand Dakota Lucas Substituted on in the 70th minute 70'
FW 20 South Africa Ryan De Vries Substituted on in the 57th minute 57'
DF 21 New Zealand Jack Pelter Substituted on in the 61st minute 61'
GK 22 New Zealand Liam Little
FW 24 New Zealand Luke Adams
Manager:
England Neil Emblen
Hekari United:
DF 2 Solomon Islands Gideon Omokirio
DF 4 Papua New Guinea Cyril Muta Booked in the 27th minute 27'
FW 9 Fiji Tuimasi Manuca Booked in the 43rd minute 43' Substituted off in the 80th minute 80'
MF 12 Papua New Guinea David Muta (c)
MF 16 Fiji Pita Bolaitoga Booked in the 69th minute 69'
FW 17 Papua New Guinea Kema Jack
DF 19 Papua New Guinea Koriak Upaiga
GK 20 Papua New Guinea Gure Gabina
MF 25 Solomon Islands Stanley Waita
MF 26 Solomon Islands Alick Maemae
MF 28 Solomon Islands Henry Fa'arodo
Substitutes:
GK 1 Papua New Guinea Godfrey Baniau
DF 5 Papua New Guinea Brian Tuhiana
MF 7 Solomon Islands Benjamin Mela
MF 8 Papua New Guinea Michael Foster
FW 11 Solomon Islands Joachim Waroi Substituted on in the 80th minute 80'
MF 13 Papua New Guinea Andrew Lepani
FW 18 Papua New Guinea Eric Komeng
Manager:
Solomon Islands Jerry Allen

Champion


OFC Champions League
2009–10 winners
Papua New Guinea
PRK Hekari United
First title

References

External links


Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Игры ⚽ Нужен реферат?

Look at other dictionaries:

  • 2009 OFC Champions League Final — The final of the 2008–09 OFC Champions League was played between Auckland City FC of New Zealand and Koloale FC of the Solomon Islands. The first match was played in the Lawson Tama Stadium, Honiara, Solomon Islands on the April 25, 2009. The New …   Wikipedia

  • 2007 OFC Champions League Final — The final of the 2007 OFC Champions League were played between Waitakere United of New Zealand and Ba F.C. of Fiji. The first leg was played in the Govind Park, Ba, Fiji on the April 21, 2007. The home team won 2–1. The second leg was played in… …   Wikipedia

  • 2008 OFC Champions League Final — The final of the 2007–08 OFC Champions League was played between Waitakere United of New Zealand and Kossa FC of the Solomon Islands. The first leg was played in the Lawson Tama Stadium, Honiara, Solomon Islands on the April 26, 2008. The home… …   Wikipedia

  • 2010–11 OFC Champions League — Tournament details Dates 23 October 2010 – 17 April 2011[1] Teams 8 (from 7 associations) Final positions Champions …   Wikipedia

  • 2009–10 OFC Champions League — Tournament details Dates 17 October 2009 – 2 May 2010 Teams 8 (from 7 associations) Final positions Champions …   Wikipedia

  • OFC Champions League — Founded 1987 Region Oceania (OFC) Number of teams 8 Current champions …   Wikipedia

  • 2008 UEFA Champions League Final — Event 2007–08 UEFA Champions League Manchester United …   Wikipedia

  • 2007 OFC Champions League — Tournament details Dates January 21, 2007 April 29, 2007 Teams 6 (from 5 associations) Final positions Champions …   Wikipedia

  • 2008–09 OFC Champions League — Tournament details Dates 1 November 2008 – 2 May 2009 Teams 6 (from 6 associations) Final positions Champions …   Wikipedia

  • 2007–08 OFC Champions League — Tournament details Dates June 12, 2007 May 4, 2008 Teams 9 (from 8 associations) Final positions Champions …   Wikipedia

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”