NB: all competitions on Rarotonga (main island) unless indicated otherwise. There are seven clubs on Rarotonga, 15 clubs on the outer islands. Round Cup 2004 (championship) Round 1 [Sep 4] Tupapa 13-0 Puaikura [Sep 4? (before Sep 11)] Matavera 7-0 Titikaveka [date?] Avatiu - Takuvaine Nikao Sokattack bye NB: until Sep 11, Matavera had not conceded a single goal (in a 'marathon start to the season without conceding a goal') Round 2 [Sep 11] Matavera 1-1 Takuvaine Nikao 8-0 Puaikura [Sep 22? (postponed from Sep 11)] Tupapa 11-1 Titikaveka Avatiu bye [Sep 15] Avatiu 4-0 Matavera NB: up to Sep 18, Titikaveka had only played the above match against Matavera abd Puaikura only the two against Tupapa and Nikao Round 3? [Sep 18] Tupapa 6-1 Matavera [last previous meeting finished 0-0] Titikaveka lt Nikao Puaikura 0-3 Avatiu Takuvaine bye [Sep 22] Nikao 3-2 Takuvaine NB: up to Sep 25, Tupapa only played the three matches above against Puaikura, Matavera and Titikaveka Round 4? [Sep 25,26] Nikao lt Tupapa Takuvaine - Puaikura Avatiu - Titikaveka Matavera bye Round 5? [Oct 2] Tupapa 3-0 Avatiu Matavera 1-6 Nikao Sokattack Takuvaine 5-1 Titikaveka Puaikura bye Top of Table: 1.Tupapa 2.Avatiu Round 7? [Oct 6] Tupapa 0-3 Takuvaine [first loss for Tupapa] Avatiu 3-6 Nikao Sokattack Matavera 4-0 Puaikura Titikaveka bye Top of Table (Oct 20): 1.Tupapa 2.Nikao (equal on points) 3.Avatiu (3 points behind) Round 8 [Oct 23] Tupapa 4-0 Puaikura Matavera 7-0 Titikaveka Avatiu 6-0 Takuvaine Nikao Sokattack bye Round 9? [Oct 30] Titikaveka 1-1 Tupapa [Nov 2] Matavera 2-0 Avatiu NB: Matavera apparently won one more match between Oct 6 and Nov 2 and are third [Nov 6] Matavera - Tupapa Round 14 [Nov 24] Nikao 2-2 Avatiu Takuvaine 1-2 Tupapa Puaikura 0-4 Matavera Titikaveka bye NB: Puaikura also referred to as Arorangi Final Ranking (W-D-L records inferred): 1.Nikao 12 9 2 1 29 2.Tupapa 12 9 1 2 28 3.Matavera 12 24 [did not lose their last 7 matches] 4.Avatiu 12 20 5.Takuvaine 6.Puaikura 7.Titikaveka NB: Matavera are reported to have finished 1 point ahead of Avatiu but with the indicated point totals! Top-2 in other categories: Senior menís B: Winners: Takuvaine Runners-up: Tupapa Maraerenga Boys under 16: Winners: Avatiu Nikao Runners-up: Tupapa Maraerenga Boys under 13: Winners: Takuvaine Runners-up: Avatiu Nikao Air New Zealand Cup (season opener) Final [Aug 28] Tupapa 0-0 Nikao [4-3 pen] CIFA Knock-out Cup Quarterfinals [Nov 27] Tupapa bt Titikaveka Matavera - Puaikura Avatiu - Takuvaine Nikao Sokattack bye Semifinals [Dec 1] Final [Dec 4] Tupapa 3-3 Nikao [3-1 pen] [Geoffrey Strickland (2), Andrew Iroa; Nga Taiti, Anonga Tisam, Dawn Tare] Men's B Category Final [Dec 3] Tupapa 4-1 Takuvaine Top-2 in other categories: Boys under 16: Winners: Tupapa Runners-up: Avatiu Nikao Boys under 13: Winners: Avatiu Nikao Runners-up: Takuvaine Cook Island Games [Oct 9,10] Pool A Te Au O Tonga 0-0 Takitumu Atiu 1-0 Aitutaki Pool B Mauke 12-1 Mangaia Puaikura 1-2 Mitiaro Winners: Te Au Tonga Outer Islands ============= Aitutaki -------- Champions: Arenikau Cup Final Au bt Vaipae Champion of champions Winners: Arenikau Atiu ---- 5-a-side tournament [May - Jul] Winners came from the North Zone Mangaia ------- From the 3 existing teams (Oneroa FC, Ivirua FC, Aremauku Knights FC) only 2 took part in the championship. Champions: Oneroa FC Cup winners: Oneroa FC Mauke ----- [Nov - Dec] 2 participating teams Mitiaro ------- 11-a-side Champions: Mitiaro Under-16 5-a-side tournament Champions: Kicks Runners-up: SARS Pukapuka -------- [May-Jun] Championship held between the 3 villages 1.Yato 2.Roto 3.Ngake
list of champions (includes 2nd level)
list of cup winners
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