Team’s reign ends

Central Leader - - SPORT - By JEREMY RUANE

There were some shock re­sults all round for both cen­tral Auck­land’s men’s and women’s football teams last week­end leav­ing a lot to be made up this week.

The ASB National Women’s Knock­out Cup reign of Three Kings United was ended at Keith Hay Park on Sun­day, as they went down 3-1 af­ter ex­tra time to Glen­field Rovers in an en­thralling con­test.

Next Sun­day sees Three Kings en­ter­tain­ing Fen­ci­bles United in the Lotto North­ern Pre­mier Women’s League Cham­pi­onship.

In the Lotto North­ern Pre­mier League, Cen­tral United were stunned 7-0 by East Coast Bays at Ki­witea St on Sun­day.

East Coast Bays took over at the top of the ta­ble thanks to this win.

Josh Ming, Rory Kelly and Sean Love­more were on tar­get as One­hunga Sports drew 3-3 with Ma­nurewa in their Waikaraka Park en­counter.

First half goals from Blair Konik and Al­lan Pearce earned Three Kings United a 2-0 win over reign­ing cham­pi­ons Bay Olympic.

Three Kings visit Hamil­ton Wan­der­ers on Satur­day, while Cen­tral United en­ter­tain Eller­slie.

One­hunga Sports will also make a bid to reach the semi-fi­nals of the ASB Chatham Cup on Satur­day.

Stand­ing in their way at Fred Tay­lor Park is a resur­gent Waitakere City com­bi­na­tion.

In Lotto North­ern League First Di­vi­sion ac­tion, Glen Pas­coe and Nathaniel Lu­cas were on tar­get for One­hun­gaMan­gere United, who were beaten 7-3 by Waiuku in a Man­gere Do­main goalfest.

This Satur­day, One­hunga-Man­gere visit Wark­worth.

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