Callum McCowatt secured the golden boot after scoring his 17th and 18th targets of the season in Jap Suburbs’ Three-Zero win over Southern United on Saturday.
The cancellation of Canterbury United’s last spherical match towards Tasman United has seen the Dragons end the ISPS Handa Premiership common season in third place, whereas a 19-year-old ahead from Jap Suburbs has secured the Golden Boot with an unimaginable 18-goal haul.
Sunday’s sport between the Mainland Soccer rivals at Trafalgar Park in Nelson was cancelled following the Christchurch shootings that killed 50 individuals, including New Zealand futsal representative Atta Elayyan, on Friday.
The match was deemed a Zero-Zero draw, with the only real level sufficient to see Canterbury end above Workforce Wellington because of their superior face to face document.
“With the assist of each groups and stakeholders in Nelson, NZF has made the choice to cancel the match as a mark of respect for the occasions which have occurred in Christchurch,” Daniel Farrow, the competitions and occasions director of NZ Soccer mentioned.
“It will enable employees, gamers and followers to stay of their group and with their household and buddies in Christchurch throughout this troublesome time.”
By ending third, Canterbury will keep away from the unbeaten Auckland Metropolis within the semifinals. As a substitute they may play Jap Suburbs at Trusts Enviornment on Saturday, with the Navy Blues internet hosting Workforce Wellington on a but to be decided date.
Jap Suburbs simply accounted for Southern United at Riverhills Park on Saturday, with younger striker Callum McCowatt scoring twice within the Three-Zero win to safe the Golden Boot.
McCowatt, who’s prone to play a key position for New Zealand on the Beneath-20 World Cup later this yr, scored a powerful 18 targets in simply 15 video games.
Workforce Wellington rounded out the common season with a Four-2 win over Hamilton Wanderers at Porritt Stadium.
Captain Andy Bevin gave his facet the proper begin, scoring after simply two minutes. Angus Kilkolly then scored two targets inside 11 second half minutes earlier than Aaron Clapham iced the victory with a aim within the 69th minute.
In the meantime, Auckland Metropolis set a brand new document for the highest-ever factors complete (52) by thumping rivals Waitakere United 5-2 at Kiwitea St.
Fabrizio Tavano and Dylan Manickum each scored twice as Auckland Metropolis completed the 18-game common season undefeated. Extremely, they drew only one sport.
In Sunday’s different match, the bottom-place Wellington Phoenix reserves completed their marketing campaign on a excessive by upsetting Hawke’s Bay United Three-1 at Porirua Park courtesy of Max Batchelor’s double.
Hawke’s Bay captain Birhanu Taye was proven a purple card for violent conduct within the 78th minute, whereas Maxime Oliveri was dismissed for a second bookable offence late in stoppage time.
ISPS Handa Premiership, week 21
Canterbury United Zero Tasman United Zero (match cancelled)
Jap Suburbs Three (Callum McCowatt 15′, 64′, Andre de Jong 69′) Southern United Zero. HT: 1-Zero
Workforce Wellington Four (Andy Bevin 2′, Angus Kilkolly 62′, 72′, Aaron Clapham 69′) Hamilton Wanderers 2 (Stafford Dowling 34′, Xavier Pratt 90′). HT: 1-1
Auckland Metropolis 5 (Fabrizio Tavano 9′, 86′, Dylan Manickum 36′, 45′, Maro Bonsu-Maro 47′) Waitakere United 2 (Matt Conroy 82′, 87′) HT: Three-Zero
Wellington Phoenix reserves Three (Kieran Richards 52′, Max Batchelor pen-70′, 87′) Hawke’s Bay United 1 (Karan Mandair 15′). HT: Zero-1
Factors (video games performed): Auckland Metropolis 52 (18), Jap Suburbs 40 (18), Canterbury United 34 (18), Workforce Wellington 34 (18), Southern United 23 (18), Hamilton Wanderers 17 (18), Hawke’s Bay United 16 (18), Tasman United 14 (18), Waitakere United 13 (18), Wellington Phoenix reserves 11 (18).