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  • Sep
    27

    Morgan Claims Award for Waikanae

    Waikanae Jets captain Brett Morgan has claimed a prestigious Capital Football award for the Club.  Morgan won the Horowhenua-Kapiti ‘Player of the Year’ at the Capital Football awards ceremony on 26 September at the Petone Working Mens Club.  Jets team-mate and Waikanae Club ‘Golden Boot’ Ryan Leyten was also a finalist in the category alongside… Read More

  • Sep
    25

    Prizegiving Winners Announced

    The Annual Senior Prizegiving has once again been held at the Clubrooms on Te Moana Road with the highlight being the supreme award of the President’s Cup to Simon Masters for over 30 years of dedicated service to the club. Other major prize winners on the night of 21 September were Mason Aitken who took… Read More

  • Sep
    25

    Calls for VAR after Kiwis close loss to Rest of World

    There have been calls for the VAR to be instituted in Horowhenua-Kapiti after a brave Waikanae ‘Kiwis’ team were desperately unlucky to go down by a goal, 5-6 to Waikanae’s ‘Rest of the World’ team, wearing the Chernobyl FC strip, on a stunning spring day at Jim Cooke. In front of a sell out crowd… Read More

  • Sep
    25

    Waikanae Firsts win Martinborough Tournament

    Waikanae’s First team have executed a successful raid of the Martinborough 7’s tournament held on 21st September in the Wairarapa.  Entering for the first time in the second year of the tournament the ‘Beach Boys’ had a clean sweep winning five out of five games. The sweetest victory though was a defeat of the Karori… Read More

  • Sep
    18

    Waikanae Trio Nominated for Awards

    Three Waikanae Senior players are finalists for awards at the Capital Football awards ceremony to be held at the Petone Working Mens Club on 26 September. Taylor Newman has been rewarded for an outstanding season by becoming a finalist in the “Capital 1 to Capital 11 Player of the Year”.  He joins two other finalists… Read More

  • Sep
    18

    2019 Senior Prizegiving 21 September

    Waikanae senior players will have their prizegiving on Saturday 21st September at the Clubrooms on Te Moana Road.  Doors will open slightly earlier than past years at 6:00pm and a catered meal will commence at 6:30pm. Coaches and managers will be asked for their ‘Player of the Year’ and team members will select a “Players… Read More

  • Sep
    9

    Waikanae Player Nominated for Award

    Waikanae First team defender Taylor Newman has been nominated for Capital Football’s prestigious “Cap 1 – Cap11 Player of the Year”.  The award is given to the most outstanding player across the Capital leagues and is fitting recognition, not only for Taylor’s performances, but for an outstanding season the First team has had under coach… Read More

  • Aug
    26

    Jets Win Bowl and Hawks take Shield in HK Comp

    Jets ‘golden boot’ Ryan Leyten scored his 27th goal of the season in the Jets victory over Otaki Puru Reserves. It all came down to must win games for the WAFC Jets and the WAFC Hawks in their last games of the season in the Bowl and Shield competitions respectively. The Jets, the only team… Read More

  • Aug
    7

    WAFC Firsts with all to play for Cap 1 promotion

    Waikanae’s First team ‘must win’ game against Olympic on Saturday (10 August) was, in the end, anti-climactic as Olympic defaulted on the eve of the match.  The result however promoted the Firsts one point ahead of Stokes Valley into second place although they will be relying on Parapine Upper Hutt defeating (or drawing) with Stokes… Read More

  • Aug
    7

    WAFC Jets Gain Promotion to HK Div 1

    Winners of last year’s HK Shield competition, the Waikanae Jets have capped off a stellar season with promotion to Horowhenua-Kapiti Division One next year by winning twelve of their fourteen games played under coach Dave Horton and captain Brett Morgan.  The Jets managed to tough out a final few games with an often depleted squad… Read More