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Hawke's Bay United

YoungHeart Manawatu

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NZFC - Round 3, Park Island,  Sat 17 November

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Halftime:  0-0                     Referee:  James Thian                              Crowd: 1200

 

Plenty of drama in derby draw

by Hamish Bidwell at Park Island
Hawke's Bay Today / nzfc.co.nz 

It's fair to say referee James Thian will be Stu Hogg is given his marching orders by James Thian. Photo: John Cowpland www.alphapix.co.nzbuying his own drinks in the Hawke's Bay United clubrooms tonight. Even a local official reckoned he'd heckled one of his own for the first time today.

To say his performance left a lot of to be desired, would be an understatement. This was a passionate local derby between two sides with designs on the New Zealand Football Championship playoffs and Thian was not up to the occasion.

A straight red for Stuart Hogg, when the players were scuffling on two fronts, and six yellow cards would indicate he wasn't in control.

Things had been testy for some time, with the Hogg brothers (Stuart and Ian) the target for a good deal of chat from the YoungHeart Manawatu players. But matters reached an ugly head when Hawke's Bay United striker Jeremy Brockie had a 51st minute goal disallowed.

Ian Sandbrook had just cleared the ball off the line, after Graham Fyfe beat Michael Utting in goal. The ball pin-balled about, cannoning off a Manawatu player and in to Brockie's path. He scored, Thian pointed to halfway and Hawke's Bay began their celebrations.

Only linesman Condrad Dickinson-Burrows' flag was up, for an apparent offside by Fyfe, and Thian called them back.

Any semblence of referee control was gone, the players took things in to the own hands and when linesman Glen Lochrie spied an retatliatory butt from Stuart Hogg, the Hawke's Bay player saw red.

"We had a perfectly good goal disallowed and it's cost us the game," Hawke's Bay coach Jonathan Gould said.

"It's definitely the difference in the end and means we've ended up with one point, instead of three."

"The send off? I didn't see anything," opposite number Shane Rufer said.

"I rarely, rarely comment on referees and I won't this time, either. As for the disallowed goal, well it must have been offside."

Having gone pointless in their first two outings, Rufer was at least happy to be on the board.

"We wanted to win. We didn't, but we have improved on our first two games," he said.

"My opinion is that Auckland, Waitakere, Wellington, Hawke's Bay and ourselves are the five teams that will fight out the top three places, but the league is very, very even."

For the home side, Cole Peverley was again their best, with goalkeper Mitch O'Brien also impressive. Utting pulled off a couple of fine saves for Manawatu, while Adam Cowan was lively throughout.

Hawke's Bay are back on the road again next Sunday, this time away to Team Wellington, whle YoungHeart Manawatu return to FMG Stadium in Palmerston North to welcome Otago United.

Photo: John Cowpland www.alphapix.co.nz

 

Team Sheet

Hawke's Bay United

NZFC - Round 3,
Park Island, Napier

V

YoungHeart Manawatu

Sat Nov 17, 2007
Kickoff 5pm

1 Mitch O'Brien

19 Michael Utting

3 Cole Peverley

5 Trent Watson (off 62)

5 Campbell Parkin

3 Pablo Yackson

6 Ian Hogg

23 Scott Robson

9 Sam Messam (off 83)

16 Ian Robinson

10 Jeremy Brockie (off 79)

11 Ian Sandbrook

11 Graham Fyfe

15 Prince Quansah (off 74)

13 Leon Birnie (off 3)

12 Nick Roydhouse (off 79)

15 Stuart Hogg

20 Adam Cowan

16 Jimmy Cudd

7 Gonsales Nieres

20 Sam Jenkins

17 Dominic Rowe

Substitutes

Substitutes

4 Greig Henslee (on 3)

22 Yuki Tomomatsu (on 79)

12 Dean Johnston

8 Nathan Cooksley (on 62)

17 David Gearey (on 79)

21 Tim Richardson (on 74)

19 Jonathan Taylor (on 83)

10 Gustavo Suralegui

23 Scott Dunn (RGK)

1 Andrew Bradley (RGK)

=goal

=yellow card

=2 yellow cards

= red card

 

Play by Play

2min

Fyfe cross, Brockie can't get a touch

3 min

Birnie off for Henslee

4 min

Utting saves one-on-one with Brockie

8 min

Utting saves Henslee header from Brockie cross

11 min

Jenkins yellow

17 min

Cowan shoots straight at O'Brien

21 min

Ian Hogg plays in Messam, who botches chance

26 min

Jenkins cross eludes everyone

28 min

Roydhouse yellow

30 min

Fyfe chips on to roof of net from 30 metres

35 min

O'Brien caught off line, gets back to tip over Cowan chip

40 min

Cowan yellow

43 min

Cowan heads just over from Robinson corner

45 min

HALFTIME: 0-0

News in from Port Vila, All Whites beat Vanuatu 2-1

49 min

Parkin yellow

51 min

Sanbrook clears Fyfe shot off line. Melee ensues, Brockie scores, assistant ref disallows. Home crowd indignant

54 min

Red card! Fracas. Players squabbling, Stuart Hogg gets straight red on linesman's say-so

62 min

Cooksley on for Watson

69 min

Messam knocked over in box. Play on, despite the howls

72 min

Yellow for Ian Hogg

74 min

Sub: Richardson on for Quansah

77 min

Peverley clears off line,

79 min

Sub both sides: Gearey on for Brockie (HBU) and Tomomatsu for Roydhouse (YHM)

83 min

Taylor for Messam

90 min

Yellow for Taylor

Fulltime: 0-0. Referee Thian given security escort off the ground