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Adapting the Beautiful Game

Many of us take for granted some of the seemingly simple things in life. Near the top of the list is the ability to move about and walk without major restriction, and subsequently the ability to play and be involved in the game of football. Not everyone is so fortunate. […]

Technical Analysis

2018 Kate Sheppard Cup Final: Dunedin Technical 4-2 Forrest Hill Milford United I’ve written a fair bit about this Dunedin Technical side over the last couple of seasons, in the belief there was something a little bit special about them. Now with the team having put on such a grand […]

Technically a Cupset

Kate Sheppard Cup Semi Final 1: Wellington United Diamonds 2, Dunedin Technical 4 Newtown Park, Wellington, 25 August 2018 – Ella Reilly   That the two indisputably best teams from Dunedin and Wellington should meet in the first Kate Sheppard Cup semi final, and that the winner of this match […]

Playing in the name of

If Kate Sheppard was a footballer, she’d undoubtedly be a playmaker. She’d lead from the front, pull the strings and spearhead the attack. Elegant, precise, she’d prise open the field with a well-timed run or bring in her teammates with a perfectly weighted through ball. But she wouldn’t be afraid […]

Guest Post – Sheppard’s Pie

By Cordwainer Bull Fantastic news this week about NZ Football renaming the National Women’s Knockout Cup to the admittedly more circumlocutory New Zealand Football Foundation Kate Sheppard Cup In case you missed it, on International Women’s Day, New Zealand Football announced the Women’s Knockout Cup has been renamed after Kate […]