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Welcome to Waimak Football Club for 2014 football season
Waimak United Football Club thanks our 2014
Club sponsors, coaches, managers, players and supporters.
We look forward to your return in 2015
Registrations open online 1st February 2015.

       

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(however this fits around other duties out of the office)
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Situations Vacant: Senior Men's PDL Coach
10/30/2014
Situation Vacant: Waimakariri United Football PDL (Assistant Div...
Senior Men's Preseason Training
10/29/2014
Senior Men's Preseason Training   Preseason Training ...
Monday Twilight Schools football draw
10/28/2014
PLEASE NOTE GROUND CHANGES! Monday Twilight Schools Tournament...
15boys depart for Auckland
10/24/2014
15th Grade boys depart for Auckland   The 15th grade boys...
Waimak 17 boys depart for Taupo
10/09/2014
Waimak 17 boys depart for Taupo   The Waimak 17th grade...
Taupo beckons for 15th grade girls
10/08/2014
Taupo beckons for 15th grade girls   The Waimak United...
13th grade girls off to Taupo
10/07/2014
Waimak United 13th grade girls off to Taupo   The Waimak...
10th grade Boys & Girls are off to Auckland
09/30/2014
10th Grade Boys & Girls National Tournament Both club teams...
9th grade boys off to National Tournament in Auckland
09/23/2014
9th Grade Boys off to National Tournament in Auckland Our 9th...
Waimak Aces win 9th grade festival
09/09/2014
9th Grade Festival Congratulations to all of the teams that took...
The Final Whistle
09/08/2014
The Final Whistle Congratulations to all of the Prizewinners at...
Waimak Whisper - Edition FOUR OUT NOW!!
09/03/2014
Our FOURTH edition of the 2014 newsletter THE WAIMAK WHISPER ...
North Canterbury Rep teams
08/05/2014
Congratulations to all the Waimak players that have made North...
Queen's Birthday Challenge with Cashmere Technical
06/03/2014
Queen's Birthday Challenge with Cashmere Technical Thanks...
Park Layouts for games and Training
04/08/2014
PARK LAYOUTS 2014   Kendall Park - Island Rd, Kaiapoi Maria...
Board News
02/17/2014
Hello, I thought it might be a good idea keep everyone up...
Buy A Brick Campaign Supporters
01/22/2014
BUY A BRICK CAMPAIGN SUPPORTERS Thank you for your donation to...
Annual General Meeting
12/17/2013
Waimak United FC 5th Annual General Meeting Thanks to all those...
Big Brothers Big Sisters North Canterbury
07/25/2012
Big Brothers Big Sisters North Canterbury are looking for more...
CHRIS VERE of Property Brokers
06/25/2012
CHRIS VERE of Property Brokers has generously offered...
Waimak United online shop
03/16/2012
Check out the NEW Caps, Beanies, Hoodies, T-shirts Polar Fleece...
Ground closures
07/11/2011
Click here to see if grounds are open or closed for training
 
Situations Vacant: Senior Men's PDL Coach

Situation Vacant: Waimakariri United Football PDL (Assistant Div 1)Coach

  • The Club

Waimak United is based 20 minutes north of Christchurch has some of the best playing facilities in the Canterbury region. This includes a new artificial turf located at our Kendall Park grounds. We are 1200+ members strong, from Junior All Whites through to Senior and Masters Teams.

  • The Role

As Head Coach for our PDL  team for the 2014/15 season, you will report directly to the Senior Div 1 coach, and will be part of the team responsible for recruitment, selection, retention and coaching of the Waimakariri United team for the 2014/15 season.  Additionally you will have a vested interest in assisting with the development of  football from 11th  grade through to our senior team.  

  • The Person

You will be a positive focused  Coach who is enthusiastic, forward thinking and capable of communicating throughout all levels of the club with the full backing of the Waimak Board. 

You will have the drive to succeed, and an attitude to work with any challenge that may arise in a dynamic and continually evolving environment. Previous coaching experience within elite academies and/or clubs is preferred. A NZF Senior Coaching qualification at level 1 is a minimum requirement, or an undertaking to complete this prior to the start of the season is essential. A good understanding of public relations and excellent interpersonal skills are essential in being able to establish and maintain productive and positive relationships, both internally and within the wider community.

  • The Goal

The club’s board have identified gaining promotion to The Mainland Premier League in 2017/2018 as an important strategic goal for the club, along with helping establish a good support base of players within our junior teams.

  • The Reward

The position does come with a remuneration package by negotiation, but the real reward is having the opportunity to help this growing club establish itself as a serious MPL contender.

  • What Next

For a full job description and application form please reply in the first instance to Ian Fong, Waimakariri United Board Chairperson, ian.fong@marac.co.nz.

No applications will be accepted over the telephone.

Applications close: Monday 17th of November 5pm 2014.

 


by posted 10/30/2014
Senior Men's Preseason Training
Senior Men's Preseason Training
 
Preseason Training  for any player considering playing
senior (Division One or PDL) in 2015 will begin as follows:
 
Pre Christmas schedule:
1st session will be Thursday 27th November
2nd session will be Thursday 4th December
3rd session will be Thursday 11th December
4th session will be Thursday 18th December
all 6:30pm at Kendall Park
 
Full pre season starts on Tuesday 13th January - 6:30pm Kendall Park

 

 


by posted 10/29/2014
Monday Twilight Schools football draw

PLEASE NOTE GROUND CHANGES!

Monday Twilight Schools Tournament Draw - Term 4 2014

The draws for the Monday night football are available here each week

Yr 0-2 and Yr 3-5 are currently in grading and will be produced week by week.

 

The draw for Yr 0-4 girls is complete as it is one round

(but subject to change so please check weekly draws)

 

The draw for Yr 6-8 is complete as it is one round

(but subject to change so please check weekly draws)


by posted 10/28/2014
15boys depart for Auckland
15th Grade boys depart for Auckland
 
The 15th grade boys leave this morning for Auckland to compete in the NZ Junior Club Championships.
After a good season in the local competition they are looking forward to taking on teams from the North.
We wish them well and will keep you posted on Facebook of the progress.
The team would like to THANK the local community and their team sponsors.

 


by posted 10/24/2014
Waimak 17 boys depart for Taupo

Waimak 17 boys depart for Taupo

 

The Waimak 17th grade boys are the third team leaving for the McCartney Tournament in Taupo tomorrow.  They fly with the girls to Auckland before the group buses down to Taupo for the tournament starting on Saturday.

The boys come from across all three teams playing in 18th grade this year, plus players from both the Senior Reserves and Senior team.  Despite limited time together, the boys have quickly gelled in their pre tournament matches, and they are aiming to be competitive with the teams attending from across the North Island.

The 17 boys give a massive THANKS to their generous sponsors:

 


by posted 10/09/2014
Taupo beckons for 15th grade girls

Taupo beckons for 15th grade girls

 

The Waimak United 15th grade girls team is off to the McCartney Tournament in Taupo, departing via Auckland on Friday 10th October..

Like the 13th grade girls they are coming off a successful club season having finished League Champions of the 15th grade girls Division One Mainland League.

We look forward to their results as they take on a variety of clubs from across the North Island.

The 15th grade girls would like to say a BIG THANK YOU to their team sponsors below:


by posted 10/08/2014
13th grade girls off to Taupo

Waimak United 13th grade girls off to Taupo

 

The Waimak United 13th grade girls set off for Taupo on Friday.

Following a successful season in their respective teams, including the 13A girls undeafeated champions, and the 13th grade Nelson Cup champions, they head North to take on the unknown at the McCartney Tournament in Taupo.

We wish them well for an enjoyable and successful tournament.

The team would like to pay a huge THANKS to their team sponsors below:

 


by posted 10/07/2014
10th grade Boys & Girls are off to Auckland

10th Grade Boys & Girls National Tournament

Both club teams head to the National 10th grade tournament hosted by Norwest United at the Huapai Domain in Auckland, departing on Thursday.   A number of the players have experienced a previous tournament in Auckland and will hopefully draw on that in aiming for some good results.

The 10th grade boys, will take their unbeaten form North in the hopes of improving on the 1/4 final results last year and we wish them well.  They thank the football community for their support, and special thanks to the following sponsors:

 

The 10th grade girls have a strong reputation at the National Tournament having finished 2nd in 2012, and 3rd in 2013. And based on the development of girls in our club we are sure they will continue to represent our club well and show off our ability to play strong attacking football.  Good luck girls.

 

 


by posted 09/30/2014
9th grade boys off to National Tournament in Auckland

9th Grade Boys off to National Tournament in Auckland

Our 9th grade boys team leaves on Friday for their National club tournament, hosted by Three Kings United, in Auckland.  They will represent our club and play against some of the best players in this agegroup in the country.  This tournament is a great chance to see where we fit in the National football landscape, and gives both our players and coaches an idea of any gaps in our football development and a great chance to identify our needs for the future.  It is an awesome opportunity for these players to experience a tournament of this level and we know they will do us proud.  Go the mighty Waimak!

 

The team thanks the local community, and our football families, for supporting them in this endeavour. 

Special thanks to the individual team sponsors below.


by posted 09/23/2014
Waimak Aces win 9th grade festival
Congratulations to all of the teams that took part in our 9th grade festival.
We hope you all enjoyed the day. Special thanks to our referees.
Well done to the Waimak 8th Development boys who won the final v the Nomads Magpies 3-0.
 

The final standings for the day were:
1st: Waimak Aces
2nd: Nomads Magpies
3rd: CFA Blue
4th: Waimak Dragons
5th: Ferrymead Bays Knights
6th: Ferrymead Bays Strikers
7th: Cashmere Tech B
8th: Selwyn Hornets
9th: Halswell Vultures
10th: Coastal Spirit Dynamos
11th: Christchurch United Rams
12th: Malvern
13th: Nomads Hawks
14th: Halswell Harriers
15th: Waimak Ninjas
16th: Ferrymead Bays Phoenix
17th: Cashmere Tech A
18th: SAS Panthers
19th: Parklands Gold
20th: Halswell Eagles
21st: Parklands Cobras
22nd: Selwyn Falcons
23rd: CFA White
24th: Christchurch United Hawks

by posted 09/09/2014
The Final Whistle

The Final Whistle

Congratulations to all of the Prizewinners at our Junior Prizegiving.

A special thanks to all our our coaches, managers, referees, and other team helpers for your work during the season.  We truly appreciate the efforts you put in to your teams, and while sometimes it can be a thankless task we hope you have enjoyed the season and are keen to help again in 2015!

 

Most of the Skills Championships were well contested across all of the agegroups.

The winners were:

  Minis Juniors Intermediates Youth Boys Youth Girls
Gladiator Isaac Adam Supyk Angus Staniford Sam Curry not contested
Penalty Kicking Lucas Mitchell Pile Abby de Visser Sam Curry not contested
Juggling Hunter Hartel Zac Winter (40) Macey Fraser (657) Not contested Emma Johnson (17)
Fastfeet Seb de Bono (115) Isaac Adams (134) Fastfeet (155) Not contested Lucrettia Taylor (125)
Fastest Shot Seb de Bono (63) Adam Supyk (84) Speed (86) Lane McIntosh (63) Georgia Gale (41)

 

Some photos from the day published on Facebook.

 


by posted 09/08/2014
Waimak Whisper - Edition FOUR OUT NOW!!

Our FOURTH edition of the 2014 newsletter

THE WAIMAK WHISPER 

is out now!

click here

 


by posted 09/03/2014
North Canterbury Rep teams

Congratulations to all the Waimak players that have made

North Canterbury Representative teams so far.

Please visit www.northcanterburyfootball.org.nz for further information.

 

Please note the Waimak United administration/office is unable to give you information

regarding North Canterbury Football team selections.


by posted 08/05/2014
Queen's Birthday Challenge with Cashmere Technical

Queen's Birthday Challenge with Cashmere Technical

Thanks very much to the Cashmere Technical teams
who travelled out to Maria Andrews on Monday
to play in our inagural Queen's Birthday Challenge.
 
On a stunning day, there was some fantastic football played
across the park by the juniors from both clubs.
 
Waimak pipped Cashmere Technical 6.5 games to 5.5 to take the trophy.
 
 
 
 
 

by posted 06/03/2014
Park Layouts for games and Training

PARK LAYOUTS 2014

 

Kendall Park - Island Rd, Kaiapoi

Maria Andrews Park - Coldstream Rd, Rangiora

Rangiora A&P Showgrounds - access from Coldstream Rd, Rangiora

Dudley Park, White St, Rangiora - one pitch under lights divided in half for training

 

Oxford Football grounds - Burnett St, Oxford
 

 

 

 

 

 

 


by posted 04/08/2014
Board News

Hello,

I thought it might be a good idea keep everyone up to date with club matters from a board perspective. 
At our meeting last week the points of interest were;

  • Brent Russell has kindly filled a vacancy on the board
  • Board Secretary: The board is seeking someone to act as a minute secretary.  If you would like to contribute something to the club then contact me, and I will forward you a position description or you can view it here
  • The council advised us that they are about to start construction of a new artificial turf, new lights and goal posts at Kendall Park, which should be operational May/June 2014
  • The council have released a feasibility study into the building of an indoor sports facility in Rangiora.  Below is a copy of the recommendations or you can read the whole report on the WDC website via the link below.  What does that mean for us?  Until the council staff have completed a detailed analysis, not too much aside from the clubhouse re-build is on hold. In the meantime though we are in discussions with the WDC re up-grading the toilet facilities at Maria Andrews Park.

1.     RECOMMENDATION

THAT the Community and Recreation Committee:

  1. Receives report No. 140205011156.
  2. Notes that the Opus report identifies Maria Andrews as the preferred location for the provision of an Indoor Court facility.
  3. Notes  that the indicative cost provided by Opus of a four court facility is $26,835,000
  4. Approves staff undertaking a detailed exploration of the options for locating a four court facility at Maria Andrews, Rangiora High School and the land adjoining Main Power Oval.
  5. Approves staff developing a better business case for a potential indoor court facility which will address the affordability of such a development.
  6. Notes that staff will prepare a submission to the Draft Annual Plan seeking funding approval for the better business case and further investigative work to be undertaken in 2014/15.
  7. Notes that currently $5,000,000 has been identified in the Long Term Plan for the 2018/19 financial year as a place holder for the construction of the indoor court facility.

 
Regards
Ian Fong
WUFC Chairperson


by posted 02/17/2014
Buy A Brick Campaign Supporters
BUY A BRICK CAMPAIGN SUPPORTERS

Thank you for your donation to our new Indoor Facility
 
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by posted 01/22/2014
Annual General Meeting
Waimak United FC 5th Annual General Meeting

Thanks to all those club members who attended the AGM last night.
It was great to see so many people getting actively involved in their club.

On behalf of the club, we thank the outgoing Board members; especially Chairperson Blair Cutting, Simon Clark, Sue Webb, and Greg Coleman.  Many of these members have been on the Board since the merger and have done a fantastic job bringing the two clubs together, and helped to create a fantastic club culture of junior development.  They have also set the club on a path toward attaining outstanding facilities, with the plans for the new indoor facility submitted, and continuing discussions with the Council regarding the artificial turf.

The new Board consists of the following members:
Ian Fong (Chairperson)
Dawn Belcher
Dave Lay
Bianca Curry
Peter Supyk
Nigel Lavender
Tony Silcock
Lance de Klerk

Club Patron: Ray Kettley

Minutes of the AGM Dec 2013
Chairpersons Report
Financial Report




 

by posted 12/17/2013
Big Brothers Big Sisters North Canterbury
Big Brothers Big Sisters North Canterbury
are looking for more mentors!


Big Brothers Big Sisters North Canterbury matches children ages of 6 through to 18 with mentors in a professionally supported one-to-one relationship.

Our programme matches a volunteer Big Brother or Big Sister with a child who could benefit from a one-to-one relationship with a caring adult. Mentors and the young person they are matched with meet a few times per month, for a couple of hours each time, at places and times convenient to both. The two share similar interests, and they spend their time together engaged in activities such as kicking a ball around, watching movies, visiting the museum, cheering on a local sports team or simply hanging out.

Children who spend time with a mentor gain confidence, acquire new skills and competencies, and develop an enhanced capacity to care for others. Mentors experience a sense of discovery and enjoyment as they see a world of possibilities open up through the child’s eye.

Ph: +64 3 310 7004  Cell: +64 27 271 3405
E:
W: www.bigbrothersbigsisters.org.nz/local/north-canterbury/
Postal: PO Box 780, Rangiora, Christchurch, NZ

 

by posted 07/25/2012
CHRIS VERE of Property Brokers
CHRIS VERE of Property Brokers

has generously offered to donate $250 for each listing and sale of a property with his business.

Wherein the person mentions the Waimakariri United Football Club, 
or identifies themselves as being a member of Waimakariri United Football Club, 
or makes mention of the $250 donation,  to Chris prior to or at the time of the signing of a real estate ‘Listing Agreement’. Any such ‘Listing Agreement’ will state therein that $250 will be donated to Waimakariri United Football Club upon completion of a successful sale.


Click here to send Chris a referral

by posted 06/25/2012
Waimak United online shop

Check out the NEW Caps, Beanies, Hoodies, T-shirts Polar Fleece and Polos in the Online Shop.  Jackets and bags coming!

LOTS OF ITEMS CAN BE PERSONALISED

Most items are available within a 14 days of order.
Items with extra screening eg names may take a little longer.

To order click on Waimak United Shop listed in the lefthand menu and select the items you wish to order.


There are three options available for delivery
1. Pickup - you pick your order up from the Kendall Park clubrooms, Kaiapoi or Mega Sports Centre, Rangiora*
2. Post/Delivery - your order is posted/delivered to you*


*Each of these services have a handling/postal fee that will vary depending on what you order


by posted 03/16/2012
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by posted 07/11/2011
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