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61. Petone FC earn QCM status

Calendar Icon  24 September 2015 Author Icon  Capital Football Category Icon  Club News
 
Source: Capital Football -   Petone FC joined 38 other clubs nationwide on Saturday as the club were presented with the Quality Club Mark (QCM) 1-star Developing Club accreditation after the Women’s Central League playoff match at Petone Memorial Park.   Petone FC Club president Craig Deadman said achieving Quality Club Mark was a great ho...

62. Petone FC Women’s 2015 Pre-Season

Calendar Icon  4 January 2015 Author Icon  Comms Team Category Icon  Women's News
 
Petone FC is looking forward to the 2015 season getting under way after our Women’s first team was promoted to the Capital Premier League for the first time in 15 years. Our Women’s reserve team was also promoted to Women’s Division 2 after finishing top in Division 3 last season. Following a successful 2014 season including the introducti...

63. Welcome to the new look Petone FC website

Calendar Icon  9 December 2013 Author Icon  Jeff Bell Category Icon  Website Updates
 
As we are sure you have noticed, last week we rolled out our brand new website design. Our goal is to make the Petone FC website cleaner and easier to use with more emphasis on the information you come here to see.   By starting from scratch with our design we have been able to iron out some of the bugs and quirks from our previous iterations ho...

64. Season Review: Men's 4th team by Wayne Ebert

Calendar Icon  24 September 2015 Author Icon  Wayne Ebert Category Icon  Men's News
 
Finished: 6th Played:  18 Won: 6 Drew:  3 Lost:  9 Goals for:  35 Goals against:  54 Points:  21   We started the season with two main objectives. One was to help the 3rd team gain promotion. The other was to make sure we did not get relegated! Bit of a 50/50 split on how that turned out. (The 3rds ended up 4th). Our other aim was t...

65. Draw and Results

Calendar Icon  5 February 2017 Author Icon  Comms team Category Icon  Hilton Cup
 
The 2018 Powerex Tournament for the Hilton Petone Cup is on again this year. Games start Sunday 18 February in both Division one and two and will be played at Petone Memorial Park, Maidstone Park - Upper Hutt and Wakefield Park in Wellington.    Thank you to all of the teams, volunteers and supporters for making this another great tournament. ...

66. Hilton Petone Results 2017

Calendar Icon  1 April 2017 Author Icon  Comms team Category Icon  Hilton Cup
 
The BP Railway Avenue Tournament for the Hilton Petone Cup is on again this year. For over 60 years this tournament has been a key feature in the preseason training calendar for many teams. Now offering two divisions, the tournament starts on Sunday 19 February and runs until Sunday 26 March.   Congratulations to Wellington United - Division One...

67. End of Season Awards

Calendar Icon  1 August 2017 Author Icon  Comms team Category Icon  Club News
 
As we draw nearer to the end of the 2017 season we turn our attention to celebrating the season and recognising the talent, dedication and special moments that have occurred during the year. Recognising players, coaches and managers is an important part of the culture within Petone and provides us with the opportunity to thank those involved.   ...

68. Steve Minogue

Calendar Icon  2 June 2012 Author Icon  John Bradbury Category Icon  Life Members
 
Elected 1986 Steve joined the club as a nine-year-old in 1960, playing his first game on the then newly commissioned Memorial Park No. 1 ground. He soon found his niche as a left wing and moved through the age grades until commencing senior football in 1968.   In 1971 Steve started in administration as secretary of the inaugural supporters’ c...

69. John Bradbury

Calendar Icon  14 July 2012 Author Icon  Various Contributors Category Icon  Life Members
 
Elected 1975 John joined the club as a 7 year old in 1953. He was given a half-game each week in the under-12s or junior 6th grade, (our only other team were under-16s), coached by 1949 “Settlers” fullback Bob Reid. John's father managed the side and John’s major contribution was (at a time when many people didn’t have phones) cycling to G...