Waikanae Football Club News

  • Oct

    Waikanae u13’s Win Wellington Premiership

    A tense final few minutes saw Waikanae u13’s Osos Poderosos hold off Stop Out 4-3 on September 26th to win the Wellington Premiership final and achieve the Junior Club’s best result in a Wellington Competition. The final match saw more than 60 supporters travelling to Petone to support the boys with tension permeating the atmosphere…. Read More

  • Oct

    Waikanae Beach Boys take out Erin Walter Cup

    The cream rose to the top, even with the handicap system, as local teams Waikanae Beach Boys and KCU Sopranos battled out the final of the Erin Walter Memorial Cup on Saturday 3rd October.  The Beach Boys prevailed 3-2 on handicap over recent HK Cup winners Sopranos after the Sopranos had managed to equalise on… Read More

  • Oct

    Epic Victories Sees 2020 Winter Season Draw to a Close

    The 2020 senior Horowhenua-Kapiti season drew to a successful close for Waikanae with the Jets taking out the HK Plate with a 4-1 Victory over Manakau while the remaining teams all attained podium finishes in the end of season competition.  The Wanderers were desperately unlucky to miss out on the HK Bowl – losing 4-2… Read More

  • Sep

    Senior Prize Winners for 2020 Announced

    On a night with a good turnout, some fine food and great company, 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 Dave Horton for his many years of dedicated service to the club as a… Read More

  • Sep

    Jets and Wanderers to contest Senior Finals

    With the football season drawing to a close Waikanae have two senior teams contesting end of season finals on Saturday 26th. The Jets will travel to Manakau to take on Manakau United in the Plate final having dispatched KCU Thirds convincingly 6-0 in the semi final last weekend.  The path of the Wanderers to the… Read More

  • Sep

    Waikanae u13s to contest Premier Final

    In a season made all the more challenging by a global pandemic Waikanae’s Premier under 13 team, the Osos Poderosos, find themselves on the brink of the ultimate prize as they prepare to take the field against Stop Out in the final of their Wellington competition. Expertly coached by Bernardo Neil, the team started their… Read More

  • Aug

    Covid-19 Impacts Football Again

    The announcement of the reappearance of Covid-19 in the community on August 11 has once again had an impact on community sport in New Zealand.  From midday Wednesday 12 August Auckland was put into a Level 3 lockdown while the rest of the country moved to Level 2. Capital Football was quick to assess the… Read More

  • Aug

    Erin Walter Tournament Date Announced

    The date for the Erin Walter Memorial Cup, postponed from March, has been set down for Saturday 3rd October at Otaraua Park.  Twelve teams will be taking part from Clubs in the HK competition (KCU, Manakau and Paekakariki) joining the Waikanae teams, and from the wider region – Marist, Onslow and Island Bay.  Our thanks… Read More

  • May

    Capital Football Announce Season Start

    After the Government announcement on 25 May that gathering sizes under Covid-19 Level Two can increase to 100, Capital Football were quick to announce season start dates.  The good news everyone had hoped for will allow community football to get underway, seniors and youth commencing 6 June with the juniors following a week later on… Read More

  • Apr

    Community Football Postponed to May 30

    Waikanae Football wishes everyone a relaxing and safe Easter under these challenging conditions. The committee continues to monitor the Covid-19 situation with regard to the impact on community football. Last week Capital Football communicated a range of options for a delayed start to the season. This week there was further communication from both NZ Football… Read More