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91. Junior Registration

Calendar Icon  3 February 2015 Author Icon  Comms Team Category Icon  Junior Football
 
The 2018 football season starts on Saturday April 7 for all junior teams. Registrations are now open for all new and returning players.   Petone FC is a family friendly club offering a range of opportunities for players of all abilities and skill levels. With over 550 junior members we have teams in the following grades. First Kicks (4-6 year...

92. Coaching vacancies 2018

Calendar Icon  27 November 2017 Author Icon  Comms team Category Icon  Club News
 
We are seeking expressions of interest for the following coaching vacancies for the 2018 season.   Men’s 1st Team Assistant Coach Petone FC is seeking an assistant coach for the Men's Capital Premier League team for 2018.   The successful applicant will work closely with current coach Paul Whitmarsh to help develop and strengthen the overa...

93. All Whites Legends Lunch

Calendar Icon  6 November 2013 Author Icon  Jeff Bell Category Icon  Events
 
The TAB All Whites Legends Lunch celebrates the outstanding achievements of the 1982 and 2010 All Whites teams that made the FIFA World Cup Finals.   Special guest Benji Marshall, formerly of the West Tigers and now the Blues, will also join us for an insight into the highest levels of professional league and rugby.   MC Bryan Waddle will hos...

94. Winter Season 2015: Week 19

Calendar Icon  12 August 2015 Author Icon  Comms Team Category Icon  Club News
 
Men's Football   Capital Premier Petone Reserves 2 (Alex Shepherd-Reynolds, Ben Feld) v Miramar 2   Capital 3 North Wellington 3 v Petone Thirds 1   Wairarapa 4 v Petone Fourths 2 (Josh Ebert, Mike Gendall)   Football writer of the year…Wayne Ebert   3pm on a Sunday in Masterton.....really!   With a fairly good side on paper, ...

95. Winter Season 2015: Week 18

Calendar Icon  6 August 2015 Author Icon  Comms team Category Icon  Club News
 
Men's Football   Central League Stop Out 9 v Grant Plumbing Petone 2 (Rich McLay 2)   Capital Premier KCU 2 v Petone Reserves 0   Capital 3 Petone Thirds 1 v Wests 4   Petone Fourths 2 (Luke Waring, Kelly Higgins) v Marist 1   Have we made it clear we love Wayne Ebert…   After a successful morning with the college team and be...

96. Arthur Hilton

Calendar Icon  2 July 2011 Author Icon  John Bradbury Category Icon  Life Members
 
Elected 1970 Passed Away 1982 Arthur arrived in New Zealand with his brother Otto in 1939, overcoming all sorts of difficulty to get here. Once in the country, their talents in the production of grease saw them set up a company to manufacture special grease that helped the railways run during the war, and in the 1950s this company moved to Seaview...

97. Otto Hilton

Calendar Icon  11 June 2011 Author Icon  John Bradbury Category Icon  Life Members
 
Elected 1960 Passed Away 1965 Otto Hilton was born in 1912 and went on to play senior club football in Austria and Czechoslovakia, representing the Czech Army team in 1936-39. He immigrated to New Zealand from a war-threatened Europe in 1939 and, after a period of refereeing, joined Petone in 1950 – attracted by the club’s Chatham Cup winning ...

98. Winter Season 2015: Week 21

Calendar Icon  27 August 2015 Author Icon  Comms Team Category Icon  Club News
 
Men's Football   Central League Lower Hutt 4 v Grant Plumbing Petone 2 (Van Elia, George Milne)   Capital Premier Vic University 1 v Petone Reserves 0   Capital 3 Wests 6 v Petone Thirds 2   Marist 2 v Petone Fourths 3   Wayne Ebert sends in his last match report of the season. Legend!   In a weekend where things didn't go as p...

99. Winter Season 2015: Week 10

Calendar Icon  10 June 2015 Author Icon  Comms team Category Icon  Club News
 
Mens Football   Central League Grant Plumbing Petone 1 (Van Elia ) v Lower Hutt 0   Before he heads off to England to take up a coaching role at Manchester United, Michael Pickering filed this report.   Grant Plumbing Petone played host to bitter rivals Lower Hutt in the second local derby in six days. The boys were looking to build on th...

100. Wally Hewitt

Calendar Icon  3 September 2011 Author Icon  John Bradbury Category Icon  Life Members
 
Elected 1965 Passed Away 2011 Wally Hewitt was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland in 1925. At 17 years of age he played for Glentoran Olympic which was a feeder team for Glentoran in the Irish League.   In October 1948 he emigrated to New Zealand and joined the Petone club in 1949. A tall, rangy player affectionately known as ‘the big lad’, ...