New Zealand International Matches - Details 1990-1999


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1990


380. Friendly (King's Cup)
Jan 30, Bangkok (Thailand)
Rotor Volgograd      2-1  New Zealand
 (? - Fred de Jong)
Rotor Volgograd (Soviet Union):
   n/a
New Zealand: 
   Don Finlayson, Kim Wright, Malcolm Dunford [c], Richard Romijn, Anthony Ferris, 
   Michael McGarry, David Kirk (David Chote), Robert Ironside, Daniel Halligan, 
   Fred de Jong, Noel Barkley (Alan Carville).
   Coach: Ian Marshall.

   
381. Friendly (King's Cup)
Feb 3, Bangkok (Thailand)
Yukong Elephants     3-0  New Zealand
 ()
Yukong Elephants (South Korea):
   n/a
New Zealand: 
   Don Finlayson, Kim Wright, Malcom Dunford [c], Richard Romijn, Anthony Ferris, 
   Michael McGarry, David Chote (Chris Jackson), Robert  Ironside, Daniel Halligan, 
   Fred de Jong, Noel Barkley (Alan Carville).
   Coach: Ian Marshall.
      

382. Friendly (King's Cup)
Feb 7, Bangkok (Thailand)
Pyongyang FC         3-2  New Zealand
 (? - Fred de Jong, Alan Carville)
Pyongyang FC (North Korea):
   n/a
New Zealand: 
   Frank van Hattum, Michael Ridenton (Thomas Edge), Anthony Ferris, Malcolm Dunford 
   [c], Kim Wright, Michael McGarry, Chris Jackson, Robert Ironside, Daniel Halligan, 
   Fred de Jong, Alan Carville.
   Coach: Ian Marshall.

383. Friendly 
Jul 18, Auckland
New Zealand          1-1  Lokomotiv Moscow
 (Robert Ironside - ?)
New Zealand: 
   Clint Gosling, Anthony Ferris, Ceri Evans, Malcolm Dunford [c], Michael Ridenton, 
   Michael McGarry, Robert Ironside, Daniel Halligan, Declan Edge, Noel Barkley, 
   Perry Cotton (Darren McClennan).
   Coach: Ian Marshall.
Lokomotiv Moscow (Soviet Union):
   n/a

    
384. Friendly
Jul 22, Wellington
New Zealand          2-1  Lokomotiv Moscow
 (Robert Ironside 2 - ?)
New Zealand: 
   Clint Gosling, Anthony Ferris, Ceri Evans, Malcolm Dunford [c], Michael Ridenton, 
   Michael McGarry, Robert Ironside, Daniel Halligan, Declan Edge, Noel Barkley, 
   Perry Cotton (Darren McClennan).
   Coach: Ian Marshall.
Lokomotiv Moscow (Soviet Union):
   n/a

    
385. Friendly
Jul 28, Christchurch
New Zealand          0-1  Lokomotiv Moscow 
 ()  
New Zealand: 
   Clint Gosling, Anthony Ferris, Ceri Evans, Malcolm Dunford [c], Michael Ridenton, 
   Michael McGarry, Robert Ironside, Daniel Halligan, Declan Edge, Noel Barkley 
   (Tony Laus), Perry Cotton.
   Coach: Ian Marshall.
Lokomotiv Moscow (Soviet Union):
   n/a

   
386. (200) Friendly International
Aug 16, Lower Hutt, 2500
New Zealand          2-1  China
 (Rodger Gray 43', 47' - Liu Haiguang 36')
New Zealand: 
   Clint Gosling, Anthony Ferris, Rodger Gray, Malcolm Dunford [c], Michael Ridenton, 
   Michael McGarry, Robert Ironside, Daniel Halligan, Declan Edge, 
   Graeme Cameron, Noel Berkley.
   Coach: Ian Marshall.
China:
   Fu Yubin, Zhu Bo, Gao Sheng, Gao Yijur, Wu Qunli, Xie Yuxin (Tang Yaodong 57'), 
   Liu Haiguang, Ma Lin (Wang Baoshang 76'), Li Hongbin, Zhao Faqing, Mai Chao. 

   
387. (201) Friendly International
Aug 24, Auckland, Western Springs Stadium 
New Zealand          1-0  China 
 (Noel Barkley 34')
New Zealand: 
   Clint Gosling, Anthony Ferris, Malcolm Dunford, Rodger Gray, Michael Ridenton, 
   Michael McGarry, Robert Ironside, Daniel Halligan, Declan Edge, Noel Barkley, 
   Graeme Cameron (Alan Carville 73').
   Coach: Ian Marshall.
China:
   Liu Hauguang, Gao Yijun, Mai Chao, Wu Qunli, Liu Haiguang, [6 missing]. 

1991


388. (202) International Friendly (Trans-Tasman Cup)
May 12, Christchurch, QEII Stadium, 8000
New Zealand          0-1  Australia
 (Branko Milosevic 44')
New Zealand: 
   Clint Gosling, Michael Ridenton, Rodger Gray, Ceri Evans, Anthony Ferris, Alan 
   Carville (Thomas Edge 85'), Daniel Halligan, Michael McGarry, Robert Ironside, 
   Noel Barkley (Brian Roberts 55'), Declan Edge.
   Coach: Ian Marshall.  
Australia:   
   Robert Zabica, Mehmet Durakovic, Andrew Marth, Milan Ivanovic, Alex Tobin, Andrew 
   Callanan, Paul Wade, Branko Milosevic (Aytek Genc 75'), Aurelio Vidmar (Ian Gray 
   68'), Paul Trimboli (David Lowe 65'), Greg Brown.
   Coach: Eddie Thomson. 
Referee:     
   Gary Fleet (New Zealand).

 
389. (203) International Friendly (Trans-Tasman Cup)
May 15, Adelaide, Hindmarsh Stadium, 6500 
Australia            2-1  New Zealand
 (Mike Petersen 46', Aurelio Vidmar 50' - Brian Roberts 75')
Australia:   
   Robert Zabica, Ian Gray, Andrew Marth, Milan Ivanovic, Alex Tobin, Andrew 
   Callanan, Paul Wade, Mike Petersen, Aurelio Vidmar, David Lowe, Greg Brown. 
   Coach: Eddie Thomson.
New Zealand: 
   Clint Gosling, Michael Ridenton, Rodger Gray, Grant Lightbown (Carl Jorgensen), 
   Ceri Evans, Robert Ironside, Michael McGarry, Daniel Halligan (Anthony Ferris), 
   Declan Edge, Brian Roberts, Thomas Edge.
   Coach: Ian Marshall.
Referee:     
   B Monteverde (Australia).

   
390. (204) International Friendly
Jun 3, Auckland, Mt Smart Stadium, 17520  
New Zealand          0-1  England 
 (Gary Lineker 90')
New Zealand: 
   Clint Gosling, Anthony Ferris, Rodger Gray, Malcolm Dunford [c], Ceri Evans, 
   Michael Ridenton, Michael McGarry, Robert Ironside, Daniel Halligan, Declan 
   Edge, Fred de Jong. 
   Coach: Ian Marshall.
England:
   Chris Woods, Paul Parker, Des Walker, Earl Barrett, Stuart Pearce, Dennis Wise, 
   David Platt, Geoff Thomas, David Batty (Brian Deane 46'), Mark Walters (John 
   Salako 70'), Gary Lineker [c].
   Coach: Graham Taylor.
Referee:
   Dennis Voutsinas (Australia).    

 
391. (205) International Friendly
Jun 8, Wellington, Athletic Park, 12000
New Zealand          0-2  England
 (Stuart Pearce 12', David Hirst 50')
New Zealand: 
   Grant Schofield, Anthony Ferris, Rodger Gray, Malcolm Dunford [c], Ceri Evans, 
   Michael Ridenton, Michael McGarry, Robert Ironside, Daniel Halligan, Declan Edge 
   (Thomas Edge 62'), Fred de Jong.
   Coach: Ian Marshall.
England: 
   Chris Woods, Gary Charles, Mark Wright, Des Walker, Stuart Pearce [c], Dennis Wise, 
   Geoff Thomas, David Platt, John Salako, Ian Wright, Brian Deane (David Hirst 46').
   Coach: Graham Taylor.  
Referee:
   Richard Lorenc (Australia).

1992


392. Friendly       
Feb 1, St Albans,
St Albans City      1-3  New Zealand
  (? - Michael McGarry 33' pen, Kevin Mudd 48' OG, Billy Wright) 
HT: 1-1
St Albans (England):
   n/a
New Zealand: 
   Clint Gosling, Shane Rufer, Gary Lund, Rodger Gray, Chris Riley, Robert Ironside, 
   (Carl Jorgensen), Thomas Edge (Michael Ridenton 46'), Alun Evans, Billy Wright, 
   Vaughan Coveny (Heremaia Ngata), Michael McGarry.
   Coach: Ian Marshall.

 
393. Friendly
Feb 4, Glasgow, 7500
Celtic               0-1  New Zealand
 (Chris Zoricich 58')
HT: 0-0
Celtic (Scotland):
   n/a
New Zealand: 
   Clint Gosling, Robert Ironside, Gary Lund, Rodger Gray, Chris Zoricich, Michael 
   McGarry, Chris Riley (Carl Jorgensen 60'), Michael Ridenton, Wynton Rufer, 
   Vaughan Coveny, Fred de Jong.
   Coach: Ian Marshall. 

 
394. Friendly
Feb 5, Southend, 2000
Southend United      4-2  New Zealand
 (? - Heremaia Ngata 42', Billy Wright)
Southend United (England):
   n/a
New Zealand: 
   Clint Gosling (Michael Utting 75'), Robert Ironside, Gary Lund, Rodger Gray, 
   Chris Zoricich, Michael McGarry, Chris Riley, Michael Ridenton (New 45'), 
   Heremaia Ngata, Vaughan Coveny (Thomas Edge 60'), Carl Jorgensen (Billy Wright 45').
   Coach: Ian Marshall.

 
395. Friendly
Feb 10, Brighton, 600
Brighton & Hove Albion 0-2 New Zealand
 (Wynton Rufer 15', 33')
Brighton & Hove Albion (England):
   n/a
New Zealand: 
   Clint Gosling, Chris Zoricich, Gary Lund, Rodger Gray, Robert Ironside, 
   Michael Ridenton (New), Chris Riley, Michael McGarry, Billy Wright (Vaughan 
   Coveny), Fred de Jong (Heremaia Ngata), Wynton Rufer (Carl Jorgensen).
   Coach: Ian Marshall.

 
396. Friendly
Feb 14, Liverpool, 3772
Tranmere Rovers      7-0  New Zealand
 ()
Tranmere Rovers (England):
   n/a
New Zealand: 
   Clint Gosling, Michael Ridenton, Gary Lund, Rodger Gray, Chris Zoricich, Chris 
   Riley, Robert Ironside, Alun Evans (Thomas Edge 56'), Wynton Rufer, Vaughan 
   Coveny, Michael McGarry (Shane Rufer 80').
   Coach: Ian Marshall.

  
397. Friendly
Feb 17, Sheffield
Sheffield United     4-2  New Zealand
 (? - Michael McGarry 48', Ceri Evans 85')
HT: 2-0
Sheffield United (England):
   n/a
New Zealand: 
   Michael Utting, Chris Zoricich, Michael Ridenton, Gary Lund (Shane Rufer), Ceri 
   Evans, Rodger Gray, Chris Riley (Billy Wright (Heremaia Ngata)), Robert Ironside, 
   Michael McGarry, Fred de Jong, Vaughan Coveny.
   Coach: Ian Marshall.

  
398. Friendly
Feb 18, Newcastle (UK), 6000
Newcastle United     2-1  New Zealand
 (? - Billy Wright 49')
HT: 1-0
Newcastle United (England):
   n/a
New Zealand: 
   Clint Gosling, Chris Zoricich, Alun Evans (Thomas Edge), Rodger Gray, Michael 
   Ridenton, Shane Rufer, Robert Ironside, Chris Riley (Heremaia Ngata), Vaughan 
   Coveny, Michael McGarry, Billy Wright.
   Coach: Ian Marshall.

   
399. Friendly
Feb 20, Scunthorpe, 1000
Scunthorpe United    3-0  New Zealand
 ()
Scunthorpe United (England):
   n/a
New Zealand: 
   Clint Gosling, Thomas Edge, Rodger Gray, Shane Rufer, Robert Ironside, Alun 
   Evans, Chris Riley (Gary Lund), Chris Jorgensen, Michael McGarry, Billy Wright 
   (Michael Ridenton), Vaughan Coveny (Heremaia Ngata).
   Coach: Ian Marshall.

   
400. Friendly
May 30, Auckland, 7212
New Zealand          0-2  Werder Bremen
 ()
HT: 0-2
New Zealand: 
   Clint Gosling, Perry Cotton, Ceri Evans, Rodger Gray, Chris Zoricich, Robert 
   Ironside, Daniel Halligan, Chris Riley (Hayes 68), Michael McGarry, Fred de Jong, 
   Wynton Rufer.
   Coach: Ian Marshall.  
Werder Bremen (Germany):
   [Selected from: Klaus Allofs, Manfred Bockenfeld, Marco Bode, Ulrich Borowka,
   Dieter Eilts, Uwe Harttgen, Günter Hermann, Stefan Kohn, Thorsten Legat, Frank
   Neubarth, Jonny Otten, Oliver Reck (g), Jürgen Rollmann (g), Thomas Schaaf,
   Miroslav Votava, Kay Wenschlag, Thomas Wolter.]
   Coach: Otto Rehhagel.
Referee:    
   Ken Wallace (New Zealand).
Note:
   Werder Bremen's Wynton Rufer chose to represent New Zealand.

 
401. Friendly
Jun 1, Wellington
New Zealand          2-1  Werder Bremen
 (Rodger Gray, Wynton Rufer - ?)
New Zealand: 
   Clint Gosling, Perry Cotton, Ceri Evans, Rodger Gray, Chris Zoricich, Robert 
   Ironside, Daniel Halligan, Michal McGarry, Fred de Jong, Wynton Rufer (Billy 
   Wright 85').
   Coach: Ian Marshall.
Werder Bremen (Germany):
   [Selected from: Klaus Allofs, Manfred Bockenfeld, Marco Bode, Ulrich Borowka,
   Dieter Eilts, Uwe Harttgen, Günter Hermann, Stefan Kohn, Thorsten Legat, Frank
   Neubarth, Jonny Otten, Oliver Reck (g), Jürgen Rollmann (g), Thomas Schaaf,
   Miroslav Votava, Kay Wenschlag, Thomas Wolter.]
   Coach: Otto Rehhagel.
Referee:    
   Barry Tasker (New Zealand).
Note:
   Werder Bremen's Wynton Rufer chose to represent New Zealand.

   
402. Friendly
Jun 3, Christchurch, English Park
New Zealand          1-1  Werder Bremen
 (Robert Ironside - ?)
New Zealand: 
   Clint Gosling, Perry Cotton, Ceri Evans, Rodger Gray, Chris Zoricich, Robert
   Ironside, Daniel Halligan, Alun Evans, Billy Wright (Vaughan Coveny), Fred de 
   Jong, Wynton Rufer.
   Coach: Ian Marshall.
Werder Bremen (Germany):
   [Selected from: Klaus Allofs, Manfred Bockenfeld, Marco Bode, Ulrich Borowka,
   Dieter Eilts, Uwe Harttgen, Günter Hermann, Stefan Kohn, Thorsten Legat, Frank
   Neubarth, Jonny Otten, Oliver Reck (g), Jürgen Rollmann (g), Thomas Schaaf,
   Miroslav Votava, Kay Wenschlag, Thomas Wolter.]
   Coach: Otto Rehhagel.
Note:
   Werder Bremen's Wynton Rufer chose to represent New Zealand.

 
403. (206) World Cup qualifier
Jun 7, Auckland, 4917
New Zealand          3-0  Fiji
 (Billy Wright 15', 50', Daniel Halligan 42')
New Zealand: 
   Clint Gosling, Chris Zoricich, Ceri Evans, Rodger Gray, Perry Cotton, Alun Evans,
   Robert Ironside [c], Daniel Halligan (Chris Riley 68'), Michael McGarry, Fred de Jong 
   (Vaughan Coveny 74'), Billy Wright.
   Coach: Ian Marshall. 
Fiji:
   Iosefo Visabotu, Sami Bimal (? 70'), Nemani Matcitino, Abraham Watkins, Yusuf Mohammed 
   Ismail, Ravuama Madigi, Suli Matanitabua (? 46'), Epeli Rokoqica, Tatto Bula, Lote 
   Goneqali Delai, Radike Nawasu.
   Coach: Billy Singh.
Referee:
   McConnell (Australia).   
Note:
   Venue also reported as Christchurch by some sources.   

   
404. Friendly
Jun 18, Auckland
New Zealand          1-2  Netherlands Amateur XI   
 (Vaughan Coveny 3' - ?)
New Zealand: 
   Clint Gosling, Chris Zoricich, Perry Cotton, Ceri Evans, Hayes, Daniel Halligan, 
   Robert Ironside (Chris Riley 65'), Alun Evans, Michael McGarry, Kevin Hagan 
   (Tony Laus 13'), Vaughan Coveny (Darren McClennan 75').
   Coach: Ian Marshall. 
Dutch Amateur XI:
   Bert Van Doorn, Mark Hendriks, Jacco van Dord, Gert Aandewiel, Gert Jan Baarten,
   Arjan van der Leen, Pascal de Bruijn, Ruud van der Geest, Patrick Scheurwater,
   Frank Maasdam, Leonard Van Utrecht.
   Substitutes: Rob Molenaar, Rob Vermin, Gert Eenkhoorn, Fred Bloem, Rob van Dijk.
   Coach: Ron Groenewoud.

 
405. Friendly
Jun 20, Wellington
New Zealand          1-0  Netherlands Amateur XI 
 (Darren McClennan 21')
New Zealand: 
   Michael Utting, Chris Zoricich, Ceri Evans, Robert Ironside, Perry Cotton, 
   Chris Riley, Daniel Halligan, Alun Evans, Darren McClennan (Murphy), Tony Laus,
   Vaughan Coveny.
   Coach: Ian Marshall. 
Dutch Amateur XI:
   n/a

 
406. (207) World Cup qualifier
Jun 27, Port Vila, 4000
Vanuatu              1-4  New Zealand 
 (Charles Vatu - Darren McClennan 2, Rodger Gray, Daniel Halligan)
Vanuatu:
   Jean-Jacque Galinie, Charles Vatu, Pascal Pierre, Reggie Gard (? 74'), 
   Mathew Manesu, Noel Vari, Santhy Alick, John-Mark Bell, Jimmy Adin (? 63'), 
   Richard Wilkins, Henry Kanas.
   Coach: Terry O'Donnell.
New Zealand: 
   Clint Gosling, Chris Zoricich (Perry Cotton), Ceri Evans, Robert Ironside [c], 
   Rodger Gray, Alun Evans (Vaughan Coveny), Chris Riley, Daniel Halligan, Michael
   McGarry, Tony Laus, Darren McClennan.
   Coach: Ian Marshall.
Referee:
   Trompette (Tahiti).    

 
407. (208) World Cup qualifier
Jul 1, Auckland, 809
New Zealand          8-0  Vanuatu
 (Tony Laus 31', 32', 67', Michael McGarry 33', 70', Robert Ironside 60', Darren McClennan 65', 77')
New Zealand: 
   Clint Gosling, Chris Zoricich, Ceri Evans, Robert Ironside [c], Rodger Gray, 
   Alun Evans, Chris Riley, Daniel Halligan, Michael McGarry, Tony Laus, Darren 
   McClennan.
   Coach: Ian Marshall.  
Vanuatu:
   Jean-Jacque Galinie, Charles Vatu, Pascal Pierre, Reggie Gard, Mathew Manesu, 
   Graig Banimataku, Noel Vari, Santhy Alick, John-Mark Bell, Jimmy Adin, Henry Kanas.
   Coach: Terry O'Donnell.
Referee:
   Spiers (Australia).
Note: 
   Some sources claim that Robert Ironside's goal was in fact an own goal.       

 
408. (209) World Cup qualifier 
Jul 19, Nadi, 4000
Fiji                 0-0  New Zealand
Fiji:
   Iosefo Visabotu, Epeli Deama, Bogid Matanitu Kiniconi, Abdul Mannan, Ratu Joefa 
   Masilagi, Tusuf Mohammed Ismail, Jope Lomu, Lote Goneqali Delai, Radike Nawalu 
   Seruvatu, Bakalevu Moceimarika (? 55'), Sami Bimal (? 71').
   Coach: Billy Singh.
New Zealand: 
   Clint Gosling, Vaughan Coveny (Chris Jackson 80'), Robert Ironside, Rodger Gray, 
   Perry Cotton, Malcolm Dunford [c], Michael McGarry, Chris Riley, Billy Wright, 
   Darren McClennan (Alun Evans 79'), Tony Laus.
   Coach: Ian Marshall.
Referee:
   Richard Lorenc (Australia).   

1993


409. (210) Friendly International
Apr 18, Singapore
Saudi Arabia         3-1  New Zealand
 (? - Heremaia Ngata)
Saudi Arabia:
   n/a 
New Zealand: 
   Clint Gosling, Perry Cotton (Gary Lund), Malcolm Dunford, Rodger Gray, Robert 
   Ironside, Daniel Halligan, Chris Riley, Alun Evans, Darren McClennan, Vaughan 
   Coveny (Heremaia Ngata), Billy Wright.
   Coach: Ian Marshall.
Note:
   Apparently not recognized by FIFA as a full international.    

 
410. (211) Friendly International
Apr 24, Singapore
Saudi Arabia         1-0  New Zealand
 ()
Saudi Arabia:
   n/a 
New Zealand: 
   Clint Gosling, Gary Lund (Alun Evans), Robert Ironside, Rodger Gray, Perry Cotton, 
   Chris Riley, Daniel Halligan, Malcolm Dunford, Heremaia Ngata (Darren McClennan), 
   Billy Wright, P Nixon.
   Coach: Ian Marshall.
Note:
   Apparently not recognized by FIFA as a full international.       

 
411. (212) Friendly International
May 22, Napier
New Zealand          2-0  Fiji
 (Daniel Halligan, Perry Cotton)
New Zealand: 
   Clint Gosling, Perry Cotton, Ceri Evans, Rodger Gray, Michael Ridenton, Chris 
   Riley, Daniel Halligan (Heremaia Ngata), Alun Evans, Billy Wright, Fred de Jong 
   (Darren McClennan), Michael McGarry (Thomas Edge).
   Coach: Ian Marshall. 
Fiji:
   n/a
Referee:
   Derek Rugg (New Zealand).

  
412. (213) Friendly International
May 24, Palmerston North
New Zealand          5-0  Fiji
 (Billy Wright 2, Fred de Jong 2, Thomas Edge) 
New Zealand: 
   Michael Utting, Michael Ridenton, Ceri Evans, Rodger Gray, Perry Cotton, Robert 
   Ironside, Chris Riley, Thomas Edge, Dareen McClennan (Vaughan Coveny (Heremaia 
   Ngata)), Fred de Jong, Billy Wright (Alun Evans).
   Coach: Ian Marshall. 
Fiji:       
   n/a
Referee:
   Barry Tasker (New Zealand).

   
413. (214) World Cup qualifier
May 30, Auckland, 10952
New Zealand          0-1  Australia
 (Graham Arnold 55')
New Zealand: 
   Clint Gosling, Michael Ridenton, Rodger Gray, Ceri Evans, Malcolm Dunford 
   (Perry Cotton 71'), Chris Riley, Daniel Halligan, Michael McGarry (Vaughan 
   Coveny 80'), Robert Ironside, Fred De Jong, Billy Wright.
   Coach: Ian Marshall.  
Australia:   
   Mark Bosnich, Dominic Longo, Mehmet Durakovic, Ned Zelic, Alex Tobin, Branko 
   Milosevic (Jason Polak 70'), Robbie Slater, Paul Wade [c], Frank Farina (Carl 
   Veart 18'), Graham Arnold, Jason van Blerk.
   Coach: Eddie Thomson.  
Referee:     
   Bo Karlsson (Sweden). 
Note:               
   It is also reported that Alun Evans played instead of Perry Cotton.

 
414. (215) World Cup qualifier
Jun 6, Melbourne, Olympic Park
Australia            3-0  New Zealand
 (Carl Veart 1', Aurelio Vidmar 3', Ned Zelic 49')
Australia:   
   Mark Bosnich, Dominic Longo, Mehmet Durakovic, Ned Zelic, Alex Tobin, Jason 
   Polak, Robie Slater, Aurelio Vidmar, Carl Veart (Paul Trimboli 65'), Graham 
   Arnold [c], Jason van Blerk.
   Coach: Eddie Thomson.
New Zealand: 
   Clint Gosling, Michael Ridenton, Rodger Gray, Ceri Evans, Malcolm Dunford, 
   Chris Riley, Daniel Halligan, Michael McGarry, Robert Ironside (Vaughan Coveny 
   61'), Heremaia Ngata, Darren McClennan.
   Coach: Ian Marshall.
Referee:     
   Jacobs Ullenberg (Sweden).

In August, Ian Marshall took a New Zealand Presidents XI side to Fiji with the 
following results:
Aug 21, Fiji 2-1  New Zealand Presidents XI    
Aug 23, Fiji 1-1  New Zealand Presidents XI    
Aug 25, Fiji 0-0  New Zealand Presidents XI 

Curiously, those matches are considered full internationals by FIFA.

1994


415. Friendly       
Nov 6, Christchurch
New Zealand          2-1  Southern Region 
  () 
New Zealand:
   n/a
   Coach: Bobby Clark.  
Southern Region (New Zealand):
   n/a

 
416. Friendly       
Nov 13, Wellington, Newtown Park
New Zealand          4-1  Central Region 
  (Michael McGarry 62', 79', Tim Stevens 68', Simon Elliott 75' - 
   Andy Rennie 63' OG) 
HT: 0-0
New Zealand:
   n/a
   Coach: Bobby Clark. 
Central Region (New Zealand):
   n/a

  
417. Friendly       
Nov 20, Auckland, Fred Taylor Park   
New Zealand          4-0  Northern Region 
  (Mark Elrick 2, Perry Cotton, Michael McGarry) 
HT: 3-0
New Zealand:
   n/a
   Coach: Bobby Clark.
Northern Region:
   n/a

1995


418. Friendly 
Jan 23, Wellington, Newtown Park, 4 000
New Zealand          2-1  Denmark U23
 (Simon Elliott 24', Mark Elrick 69' -  Rodger Gray 11' OG)
New Zealand:
   Jason Batty, Rodger Gray [c], Simon Elliott, Mike McGarry, Mark Elrick,
   Darren McLennan, [5 players missing]. 
   Coach: Bobby Clark.
Denmark U23:
   Claus Udengaard, Per Nielsen, Kenni Somner, Steffen Hojer, [7 players 
   missing]. 
   Coach: Jan Poulsen.

 
419. Friendly
Jan 25, Mt Maunganui
New Zealand          2-4  Denmark U23
 (Mark Elrick pen, Neil Harlock - Ulrik Pedersen 2, Kim Daugaard pen, Peter Sorensen)
New Zealand:
   Jason Batty, Perry Cotton, Kelly McLoughlin, Rodger Gray [c],
   Graham Marshall, Stu Jacobs, Darren McLennan, Chris Jackson,
   Simon Elliott, Neil Harlock, Mark Elrick.
   Coach: Bobby Clark.
Denmark U23:
   Thomas Sorensen, Jan Sonksen, Per Nielsen, Morten Falch,
   Kim Daugaard (Jesper Hjorth 59'), Niclas Jensen, Peter Sorensen,
   Ulrik Pedersen, Allan Ravn Jensen, Michael Nonbo, Steffen Hojer
   (Kenni Somner 75').
   Coach: Jan Poulsen.
Referee:     
   Dennis Wilson (Wellington, New Zealand).
Note:
   Perry Cotton (New Zealand) was sent-off.

  
420. (216) International Friendly
Feb 21, Mt Maunganui, Trustbank Park, 6000
New Zealand          3-0  Singapore
 (Mark Elrick, Simon Elliott, Darren McClennan)  
New Zealand:
   Jason Batty, Perry Cotton, Graeme Marshall, Rodger Gray [C], Kelly McLoughlin, 
   Michael McGarry, Stu Jacobs, Chris Jackson (Gavin Wilkinson), Simon Elliott, 
   Darren McClennan, Mark Elrick. 
   Coach: Bobby Clark.
Singapore:
   n/a
   Coach: Doug Moore.

 
421. (217) International Friendly
Jun 9, Papeete, Stade Manu-ura
Tahiti               2-1  New Zealand
 (? - Darren McClennan 50')
Tahiti:
   Laurent Heinis, [10 missing].
New Zealand:
   Jason Batty, Graeme Marshall, Stu Jacobs, Alun Evans, Rodger Gray, Perry Cotton 
   (Chris Zoricich 46'), Michael McGarry, Darren McClennan, Mark Elrick (Vaughan 
   Coveny 52'), Chris Jackson, Simon Elliott.
   [Subs used: Sean Douglas, Neil Harlock]
   Coach: Bobby Clark.
Note:
   Apparently not recognized by FIFA as a full international. 

 
422. (218) International Friendly (Copa Centenario Del Futbol Chileno)
Jun 16, Antofagasta, Estadio Regional, 28325
Chile                3-1  New Zealand
 (Miguel Ramírez 21',  Ronald Fuentes 36', Rodrigo Ruiz 68' -
  Andy Rennie 35')
Chile:       
   Marcelo Ramírez, Ronald Fuentes, Eduardo Vilches, Miguel Ramírez, 
   Gabriel Mendoza, Patricio Mardones, Fabián Guevara, Esteban Valencia 
   (Pablo Galdames), Fabián Estay, Rodrigo Ruiz (Ivo Basay), Marcelo Salas 
   (Sebastián Rozental).
   Coach: Xabier Azkargorta.       
New Zealand: 
   Jason Batty, Chris Zoricich, Rodger Gray, Andy Rennie, Alun Evans, Simon 
   Elliot (Michael McGarry), Chris Jackson, Stu Jacob (Graeme Marshall), 
   Darren McClennan, Mark Elrick (Vaughan Coveny), Neil Harlock.
   Coach: Bobby Clark.
Referee:     
   Miguel Ubano Aquino Valenzano (Paraguay).
Note:
   Date also reported as Jun 18.

        
423. (219) International Friendly (Copa Centenario Del Futbol Chileno)
Jun 20, Coquimbo, Muncipal, 2500
Turkey               2-1  New Zealand 
 (Ertuğrul Sağlam 71', 75' - Vaughan Coveny 1')
Turkey:     
   Rüştü Reçber, Mustafa Özer, Bülent Korkmaz, Alpay Özalan,
   Emre Aşık, Abdullah Ercan, Hakkı Tolunay Kafkas, Tugay Kerimoğlu, 
   Hami Mandıralı (Osman Özköylü 77'), Ahmet Oğuz Çetin 
   (Mutlu Topçu 89'), Aykut Kocaman (Ertuğrul Sağlam 62').
   Coach: Fatih Terim. 
New Zealand: 
   Jason Batty, Chris Zoricich, Andy Rennie, Rodger Gray, Alun Evans, 
   Darren McClennan, Stu Jacobs, Chris Jackson, Michael McGarry, Vaughan 
   Coveny, Mark Elrick (Simon Elliott). 
   Coach: Bobby Clark.
Referee:     
   Mario Fernando Sánchez Yanten (Chile).   

 
424. (220) International Friendly (Copa Centenario Del Futbol Chileno)
Jun 22, Santiago, National Stadium
Paraguay             3-2  New Zealand 
 (Jorge Campos 2', 55', José Cardozo 23' - Carlos Gamarra 42' OG, Chris Jackson 64')
Paraguay:
   n/a
New Zealand:
   Alan Stroud, Chris Zoricich, Andy Rennie, Graeme Marshall, Alun Evans, 
   Michael McGarry, Stu Jacobs, Chris Jackson, Simon Elliott, Vaughan Coveny, 
   Darren McClennan (Mark Elrick). 
   Coach: Bobby Clark.
Referee:     
   Hernán Silva Arce (Chile).

 
425. (221) International Friendly
Jun 25, Paysandú, Estadio General Artigas, 22000
Uruguay              7-0  New Zealand  
 (Daniel Fonseca 1', 30', Ruben Sosa 37', Nelson Abeijón 60', 
  Darío Silva 80', Osvaldo Canobbio 83', Sergio Daniel 
  Martínez 88')
Uruguay:     
   Claudio Arbiza, José Herrera, Diego López, Eber Moas, Tabaré Silva, 
   Gustavo Poyet, Alvaro Gutiérrez (Osvaldo Canobbio 46'), Ruben Da Silva 
   (Nelson Abeijón 46'), Ruben Sosa (Sergio Daniel Martínez 63'), Marcelo 
   Otero (Darío Silva 56'), Daniel Fonseca (Marcelo Saralegui 47').
   Coach: Héctor Núñez. 
New Zealand: 
   Jason Batty, Chris Zoricich, Rodger Gray, Andy Rennie, Alun Evans (Ivan 
   Vicelich 67'), Simon Elliot (Neil Harlock 46'), Chris Jackson, Stu Jacob, 
   Graeme Marshall (Vaughan Coveny 25' (Mark Elrick 62')), Darren McClennan, 
   Michael McGarry.
   Coach: Bobby Clark.
Referee:     
   Daniel Adolfo Bello Rotunno (Uruguay).
Note:        
   Another source gives Abeijón's goal at 55', Darío Silva's goal at 75' 
   and Canobbio's goal at 80'.

 
426. (222) International Friendly
Jun 28, Rivera, Estadio Paiva Olivera, 28000
Uruguay              2-2  New Zealand  
 (Enzo Françescoli 10', Sergio Daniel Martínez 55' - Darren McClennan 21', Chris Jackson 80')
Uruguay:     
   Fernando Alvez, José Herrera, Oscar Aguirregaray, Eber Moas, Edgardo 
   Adinolfi (Tabaré Silva 46'), Gustavo Poyet (Ruben Sosa 46'), Alvaro 
   Gutiérrez, Pablo Bengoechea (Marcelo Saralegui 55'), Enzo Françescoli 
   (Nelson Abeijón 55'), Osvaldo Canobbio (Sergio Daniel Martínez 46'), 
   Daniel Fonseca (Darío Silva 76').
   Coaches: Héctor Núñez.  
New Zealand: 
   Jason Batty, Chris Zoricich, Rodger Gray, Andy Rennie, Alun Evans, Michael 
   McGarry, Simon Elliot, Chris Jackson, Stu Jacob, Mark Elrick (Vaughan Coveny 
   28'), Darren McClennan (Perry Cotton 85').
   Coach: Bobby Clark.
Referee:     
   Julio Matto (Uruguay).              

  
427. (223) International Friendly (Trans-Tasman Cup/Oceania Nations Cup)
Nov 10, Christchurch, Queen Elizabeth II Park, ~8000
New Zealand          0-0  Australia
New Zealand: 
   Jason Batty, Chris Zoricich, Rodger Gray, Andy Rennie, Alun Evans, Michael 
   McGarry (Heremaia Ngata 62'), Chris Jackson, Stu Jacobs, Simon Elliot, Darren 
   McClennan (Mark Elrick 70'), Vaughan Coveny (Thomas Edge 85') 
   Coach: Bobby Clark. 
Australia:   
   Frank Juric, Milan Blagojevic, Jason Polak (Sean Cranney 70'), Milan Ivanovic, 
   Tony Popovic, Alex Tobin [c], Danny Tiatto (John Markovski 70'), Damian Mori 
   (Matthew Bingley 85'), Warren Spink (Paul Trimboli 72'), Andrew Marth, Robbie 
   Hooker.            
   Coach: Eddie Thomson.
Referee:     
   Barry Tasker (New Zealand).

 
428. (224) International Friendly (Trans-Tasman Cup/Oceania Nations Cup)
Nov 15, Newcastle, Breakers Stadium, 8858  
Australia            3-0  New Zealand   
 (Damian Mori 33', Paul Wade 45' pen, Joe Spiteri 51')
Australia:   
   Jason Petkovic, Milan Blagojevic (Jason Polak 60'), Matthew Bingley, Milan 
   Ivanovic, Tony Popovic, Alex Tobin, Damian Mori (Sean Cranney 73'), Paul 
   Wade [c], Joe Spiteri (Warren Spink 80'), Paul Trimboli (John Markovski 64'), 
   Robbie Hooker. 
   Coach: Eddie Thomson.
New Zealand: 
   Jason Batty, Chris Zoricich, Andy Rennie, Rodger Gray, Stu Jacobs, Darren McClennan, 
   Chris Jackson, Simon Elliot (Michael McGarry 57'), Vaughan Coveny, Alun Evans, Thomas 
   Edge. 
   Coach: Bobby Clark.
Referee:     
   Simon Micallef (Australia).

1996


429. (225) International Friendly
Jun 28, Beijing, Worker's Stadium, 40000 
China                2-0  New Zealand
 (Hao Haidong 5', Gao Feng 50')
China:
   n/a     
New Zealand:
   Jason Batty, Gavin Wilkinson (Graeme Marshall 57'), Rodger Gray, Andy Rennie, 
   Jason New, Michael McGarry, Chris Jackson (Stu Jacobs), Mark Burton, Simon Elliott, 
   Wynton Rufer, Darren McClennan.
   Coach: Keith Pritchett.
Note:
   Apparently not recognized by FIFA as a full international. 

 
430. Friendly
Jul 2, Shenyang
Liaoning Province    3-1  New Zealand
 (Dao 40', Feng ?', ?'  - Mark Elrick 76')    
Liaoning Province (China):
   n/a 
New Zealand:
   Jason Batty, Stu Jacobs, Graeme Marshall, Andy Rennie, Jason New, Michael McGarry, 
   Chris Jackson, Mark Burton, Simon Elliott, Wynton Rufer, Martin Akers (Mark 
   Elrick)
   Coach: Keith Pritchett.
Note:
   Hosts reported as Shenyang Province but Shenyang is the capital of Liaoning Province;
   may have been local club side Shenyang Haishi.

 
431. (226) International Friendly
Sep 29, Muscat
Oman                 0-1  New Zealand
 (Nik Viljoen)
Oman:
   n/a
New Zealand:
   Jason Batty, Chris Zoricich, Jason New, Rodger Gray, Andy Rennie, Michael McGarry, 
   Darren McClennan, Vaughan Coveny, Wynton Rufer, Chris Jackson, Simon Elliott.
   [Subs used: Mark Elrick, Danny Hay, Nik Viljoen, Gavin Wilkinson]
   Coach: Keith Pritchett.
Note:
   Apparently not recognized by FIFA as a full international. 

 
432. (227) International Friendly
Oct 1, Muscat
Oman                 1-2  New Zealand
 (? - Simon Elliott, Rodger Gray)
Oman:
   n/a
New Zealand:
   Jason Batty, Chris Zoricich, Jason New, Gavin Wilkinson, Rodger Gray, Andy Rennie, 
   Michael McGarry, Darren McClennan, Vaughan Coveny, Chris Jackson, Simon Elliott.
   [Subs used: Mark Elrick, Danny Hay, Nik Viljoen].
   Coach: Keith Pritchett.
Note:
   Apparently not recognized by FIFA as a full international.    

   
433. (228) International Friendly
Oct 3, Dhahran 
Saudi Arabia         3-0  New Zealand
 ()
Saudi Arabia:
   Mohamed Al-Deayea, [10 missing].
   Coach: Eduardo Manuel Martinho Vingada (Portugal).
New Zealand:
   Jason Batty, Chris Zoricich, Jason New, Mark Elrick, Rodger Gray, Andy Rennie, Michael 
   McGarry, Darren McClennan, Vaughan Coveny, Chris Jackson, Simon Elliott. 
   [Subs used: Stu Jacobs, Graeme Marshall]
   Coach: Keith Pritchett.

 
434. (229) International Friendly
Oct 5, Doha
Qatar                3-2  New Zealand
 (? - Wynton Rufer 2) 
Qatar:
   n/a
New Zealand:
   Grant Schofield, Chris Zoricich, Jason New, Graeme Marshall, Rodger Gray, Wynton Rufer, 
   Michael McGarry, Darren McClennan, Vaughan Coveny, Chris Jackson, Simon Elliott. 
   [Sub used: Nik Viljoen]
   Coach: Keith Pritchett.
Referee:     
   Jasim Al-Khori Hasan (Qatar).

 
435. (230) International Friendly
Oct 9, Beirut, Bourj Hammoud, 10000
Leabanon             1-1  New Zealand
 (Wartan Ghazarian 25' - Darian McLennan 78') 
Leabanon:
   Ahmed Sakr, Khodr Berjaoui, Kevork Guarbedian, Hassan Ayyoub, Korken Yenkibarian, Selim 
   Hamza, Jamal Taha, Babkin Melikian, Armine, Wartan Ghazarian, Hassan Rahhal.
New Zealand:
   Jason Batty, Rodger Gray, Andy Rennie, Graeme Marshall, Jason New, Michael McGarry, 
   Stewart Jacobs, Darren McClennan, Simon Elliott, Chris Jackson, Mark Elrick.
   [Sub used: Nik Viljoen, Danny Hay]
   Coach: Keith Pritchett.
Referee:     
   Ammar Ammar (Lebanon).
Note:
   Some sources list Chris Zoricich instead of Stewart Jacobs. 

1997


436. Friendly
Jan 2, Mt Maunganui
New Zealand          1-3  All Stars XI  
 (Darren McClennan - ?)
New Zealand:
   n/a
   Coach: Keith Pritchett. 
All Stars: 
   n/a

  
437. (231) International Friendly (Opus Four Nations Tournament)
Jan 18, Melbourne, Lakeside Stadium, 10496
Australia            1-0  New Zealand
 (Matthew Bingley 24')
Australia:   
   Zeljko Kalac, Matthew Bingley, Robbie Hooker (Ernie Tapai 66'), Alex Tobin 
   (Dominic Longo 76'), Milan Ivanovic, Paul Trimboli (Robert Enes 66'), Craig 
   Foster, David Zdrilic, Mark Babic, Aytek Genc (Luke Casserly 12'), Kris 
   Trajanovski (Warren Spink 82').
   Coach: Terry Venables (England). 
New Zealand: 
   Jason Batty, Neil Harlock, Rodger Gray, Michael McGarry (Stu Jacobs 36'), 
   Darren McClennan, Chris Jackson, Simon Elliott (Jason New 89'), Mark 
   Burton, Danny Hay, Chris Zoricich, Vaughan Coveny (Mark Elrick 75').
   Coach: Keith Pritchett.
Referee:     
   Eugene Brazzale (Australia).

 
438. (232) International Friendly (Opus Four Nations Tournament)
Jan 22, Brisbane, Suncorp Stadium, 10000
Norway               3-0  New Zealand
 (Bent Skammelsrud 60', Chris Zoricich 80' OG, Håvard Flo 84')
Norway:      
   Thomas Gill, Jonny Hanssen, Dan Eggen, Tore Pedersen, André Bergdølmo, 
   Tore André Flo, Erik Mykland, Ståle Solbakken, Trond Egil Soltvedt 
   (Roger Helland 66'), Stig Johansen (Bent Skammelsrud 46'), Håvard Flo.
   Coach: Egil Olsen.   
New Zealand: 
   Jason Batty, Chris Zoricich, Andy Rennie, Rodger Gray, Neil Harlock, Mark Burton, 
   Danny Hay (Graham Marshall 68'), Stu Jacobs, Simon Elliott (Nick Viljoen 83'), 
   Vaughn Coveny, Darren McClennan (Mark Elrick 83'). 
   Coach: Keith Pritchett.
Referee:     
   Marc Shield (Australia).

   
439. (233) International Friendly (Opus Four Nations Tournament)
Jan 25, Sydney, Sydney Football Stadium, 17429  
South Korea          3-1  New Zealand
 (Park Keon-Ha 76', Ko Jong-Soo 82', Yoo Sang-Cheol 85' -
  Vaughan Coveny 33')
South Korea: 
   Kim Byung-Ji, Kim Jung-Soo, Lee Im-Saeng, Kim Hyun-Soo (Choi Young-Il 46'), 
   Yoo Sang-Cheol, Lee Ki-Hyung, Yoon Jung-Hwan (Ko Jong-Soo 46'), Ha Seok-Joo 
   (Kim Tae-Young 65'), Choi Moon-Shik (Seo Jung-Won 46'(Cho Hyun-Doo 63')), 
   Kim Do-Hoon, Park Keon-Ha.
   Coach: Cha Bum-Keoun.
New Zealand: 
   Jason Batty, Rodger Gray, Danny Hay, Neil Horlock, Chris Zoricich (Graham 
   Marshall 82'), Stu Jacobs, Michael McGarry, Simon Elliott, Mark Burton, 
   Vaughan Coveny, Mark Elrick. 
   Coach: Keith Pritchett.
Referee:     
   Brett Hugo (Australia).

 
440. Friendly
May 21, Palmerston North
New Zealand          2-2  All Stars XI  
 (Neil Harlock, Noah Hickey - ?)
New Zealand: 
   Mark Paston, Gavin Wilkinson, ?. Gray (Ivan Vicelich 55'), Danny Hay, Noah 
   Hickey, Michael McGarry, Simon Elliott, Chris Jackson, Neil Harlock (?. Gray 
   74'), Vaughan Coveny (Richard van Steeden 51'), Tim Stevens (Gareth Rowe 60').
   Coach: Joe McGrath.
All Stars:
   n/a

    
441. Friendly
May 23, Auckland
New Zealand          1-2  All Stars XI  
 (Marck Elrick - ?)
New Zealand: 
   Mark Paston, Ivan Vicelich, Danny Hay, Gavin Wilkinson (Rodger Gray 74'), Noah 
   Hickey, Chris Jackson, Michael McGarry, Simon Elliott, Neil Harlock, Nick Viljoen, 
   Mark Elrick.
   Coach: Joe McGrath.
All Stars:
   n/a 

 
442. (234) World Cup qualifier
May 31, Port Moresby, Sir Hubert Murray, 3000 
Papua New Guinea     1-0  New Zealand 
 (Francis Niakuam 80')
Papua New Guinea:         
   Willie Bera, Joseph Aisa, Gidix Nasa, Peter Paliwa, Batman Furigi, Duri Yarawi, 
   Richard Daniel, Geoffery Emang (Panniu Carrol 87'), Roy Karang, Steven Mune 
   (Francis Niakuam 51'), Hans Gewebing (Wesley Waiwai 88').
   Coach: Richard Nagai.   
New Zealand: 
   Jason Batty, Gavin Wilkinson, Danny Hay, Ivan Vicelich, Noah Hickey (Rodger 
   Gray 74'), Michael McGarry, Simon Elliot, Chris Jackson, Neil Harlock (Mark 
   Atkinson 13'), Vaughan Coveny, Mark Elrick (Nick Viljoen 66'). 
   Coach: Joe McGrath.
Referee:     
   Nik Ahmad Haji Yaakub (Malaysia).  
Notes:          
   Some sources claim that Moyap participated in this match and scored PNG's goal.   

 
443. Friendly
Jun 4, Carrara, 2134
Gold Coast XI        0-0  New Zealand
Gold Coast XI (Australia):
   n/a
New Zealand:
   n/a
   Coach: Joe McGrath. 

 
444. (235) World Cup qualifier
Jun 7, Ba, Govind Park, 5500 
Fiji                 0-1  New Zealand
 (Chris Jackson 80' pen)
Fiji:        
   Isikeli Sevanaia, Romulo Kaibau, Ulaiasi Radike Seruvatu, Emosi Baleinuku, 
   Usemio Akuila Logaivau, Lorima Batirerega, Jope Lomu (Alivate Driu 14'), Ramen 
   Datt Sharma (Kameli Kilawaga 41'), Esala Masinisau, Liuai Duguga, Solome Pita. 
New Zealand: 
   Jason Batty, Gavin Wilkinson, Danny Hay (Chris Jackson 14'), Ivan Vicelich, 
   Darren McClennan (Nick Viljoen 65'), Michael McGarry (Neil Harlock 46'), 
   Simon Elliot, Rodger Gray, Mark Atkinson, Vaughan Coveny, Riki van Steeden.
   Coach: Joe McGrath.
Referee:     
   Eugene Brazzale (Australia).   

 
445. (236) World Cup qualifier
Jun 11, Auckland, North Harbour Stadium, 4000
New Zealand          7-0  Papua New Guinea
 (Vaughan Coveny 10', 13', 67', Wynton Rufer 22', 31', Simon Elliot 40', Tim Stevens 80')
New Zealand: 
   Jason Batty, Chris Jackson, Gavin Wilkinson, Tim Stevens, Ivan Vicelich, Michael 
   McGarry (Neil Harlock 55'), Wynton Rufer, Simon Elliot, Rodger Gray (Gareth Rowe 67'), 
   Mark Atkinson, Vaughan Coveny (Darren McClennan 72'). 
   Coach: Joe McGrath.
Papua New Guinea:         
   Willie Bera, Joseph Aisa, Gidix Nasa, Peter Paliwa, Batman Furigi, Duri Yarawi, 
   Richard Daniel, Geoffery Emang, Roy Karang (Panniu Carrol 70'), Steven Mune 
   (Francis Niakuam 52'), Hans Gewebing (Wesley Waiwai 88').  
   Coach: Richard Nagai.
Referee:     
   Edward Lennie (Australia).
Note:
   Attendance also reported as 12033.   

 
446. (237) World Cup qualifier
Jun 18, Auckland, North Harbour Stadium, 12033        
New Zealand          5-0  Fiji
 (Wynton Rufer 17', 77', Vaughan Coveny 63', Nick Viljoen 80', Riki van Steeden 85')
New Zealand: 
   Jason Batty, Chris Jackson, Gavin Wilkinson, Ivan Vicelich, Riki van Steeden, 
   Wynton Rufer (Noah Hickey 74'), Simon Elliot, Rodger Gray (Gareth Rowe 63'), 
   Mark Atkinson, Vaughan Coveny, Tim Stevens (Nick Viljoen 54').
   Coach: Joe McGrath.
Fiji:        
   Isikeli Sevanaia, Romulo Kaibau, Ulaias Radike Seruvatu, Emosi Baleinuku, Usemio 
   Akuila Logaivau, Kameli Kilawaga (Sekove Duanatama 61'), Jope Lomu, Ramen Datt 
   Sharma, Esala Masinisau, Liuai Duguga (Ravuama Madigi 71'), Alivate Driu.
   Coach: Sashi Singh.
Referee:     
   Massimo Raveino (Tahiti).   

 
447. (238) World Cup qualifier
Jun 28, Auckland, North Harbour Stadium, 25000 
New Zealand          0-3  Australia
 (John Aloisi 18', Aurelio Vidmar 42', Craig Foster 66')
New Zealand: 
   Jason Batty, Danny Hay, Ivan Vicelich, Gavin Wilkinson, Mark Atkinson, Simon 
   Elliott, Michael McGarry (Noah Hickey 61'), Chris Jackson, Richard van Steeden 
   (Tim Stevens 85'), Vaughan Coveny, Wynton Rufer.
   Coach: Joe McGrath. 
Australia:   
   Mark Bosnich, Milan Ivanovic, Craig Moore (Tony Vidmar 88'), Alex Tobin, Ned 
   Zelic, Robbie Slater, Stan Lazaridis, Craig Foster, Aurelio Vidmar, Graham 
   Arnold, John Aloisi.
   Coach: Terry Venables (England).
Referee:     
   Okada Masayoshi (Japan).

 
448. (239) World Cup qualifier
Jul 6, Sydney, Parramatta Stadium, 14045   
Australia            2-0  New Zealand 
 (Ned Zelic 6', Graham Arnold 54')
Australia:   
   Mark Bosnich, Milan Ivanovic, Alex Tobin [c], Craig Moore (Tony Vidmar 88'), 
   Craig Foster, Ned Zelic, Stan Lazaridis, Robbie Slater, Aurelio Vidmar, Graham 
   Arnold (Damian Mori 79'), John Aloisi (Paul Trimboli 79').
   Coach: Terry Venables (England).      
New Zealand: 
   Jason Batty, Mark Atkinson, Ivan Vicelich, Danny Hay, Gavin Wilkinson (Rodger 
   Gray 84'), Gareth Rowe, Richard van Steeden (Neil Harlock 80'), Michael McGarry, 
   Simon Elliott, Nik Viljoen, Tim Stevens (Noah Hickey 71').
   Coach: Joe McGrath.
Referee:     
   Jamal Al-Sharif (Syria). 

 
449. (240) International Friendly
Sep 21, Surabaya, Gelora 10th November Stadium, 5000
Indonesia            5-0  New Zealand  
 (Mark Paston 2' OG, Aji Santoso 26', Kuriawan Dwi Yulianto 30', 70', Fachri Husaini 78')
Indonesia:
   Kurnia Sandy, Anang Ma’ruf, Sugiantoro, Nuralim (Herman Pulalo), Chairil Anwar (Aples 
   Tecuari 46’), Aji Santoso (Ronny Wabia 65’), Bima Sakti, Ansyari Lubis, Fachri Husaini, 
   Kurniawan Dwi Yulianto (Rocky Putiray 75’), Widodo C Putro.
New Zealand: 
   Mark Paston, Ivan Vicelich, Stu Jacobs, Gareth Rowe, Noah Hickey (Riki Van 
   Steeden 50' (Ross Goodacre 80')), Heremaia Ngata (Tinoi Christie 60'), Michael McGarry, 
   Phil Patterson, Martin Akers, Mark Foy, Nik Viljoen.
   Coach: Joe McGrath.  
Referee:     
   Setiawan Wardiono (Indonesia).

1998


450. (241) International Friendly
Feb 4, Auckland, 8000
New Zealand          0-0  Chile
New Zealand: 
   Jason Batty, Ivan Vicelich, Danny Hay, Gavin Wilkinson, Mark Atkinson, Jonathan 
   Perry (Scott Smith 76'), Mark Foy, Tinoi Christie, Chris Zoricich, Vaughan Coveny 
   (Paul Urlovic 84'), Heremaia Ngata (Kris Bouckenooghe 70').
   Coach: Joe McGrath.
Chile:       
   Miguel Ramírez, Ronald Fuentes, Pedro Reyes, Javier Margas, Moisés Villaroel 
   (Fernando Cornejo 70'), Clarence Acuña, Nelson Parraguez (Pablo Galdames 54'), 
   Francisco Rojas, Marcelo Vega (José Luis Sierra 63'), Manuel Neira, Rodrigo 
   Barrera (Claudio Núñez 70').
   Coach: Nelson Acosta (Uruguay).
Referee:     
   Brian Precious (New Zealand).

  
451. (242) International Friendly 
Feb 7, Auckland, Ericsson Stadium, 15000
New Zealand          0-1  South Korea
 (Choi Yong-Soo 1')
New Zealand: 
   Jason Batty, Chris Zoricich (Sean Douglas 38'), Ivan Vicelich, Jonathan Perry, 
   Mark Foy (Scott Smith 80'), Heremaia Ngata (Kris Bouckenooghe 66'), Danny Hay, 
   Gavin Wilkinson, Mark Atkinson, Vaughan Coveny (Noah Hickey 87'), Tinoi Christie.
   Coach: Joe McGrath.
South Korea: 
   Seo Dong-Myong, Chang Dae-Il, Choi Young-Il [c], Lee Min-Sung (Yoon Jung-Hwan 
   40'), Lee Sang-Yoon (Kim Tae-Young 46'), Kim Jung-Hyuk (Lee Ki-Hyung 61'), 
   Yoo Sang-Cheol, Yang Hyun-Jung (Jin Soon-Jin 46'), Ko Jong-Soo, Choi Yong-Soo, 
   Seo Dong-Won (Kwak Kyung-Keoun 75').
   Coach: Cha Bum-Keoun.
Referee:
   Bruce Grimshaw (New Zealand).

 
452. (243) Oceania Nations Cup
Sep 25, Brisbane, Suncorp Stadium, 900      
Tahiti               0-1  New Zealand
 (Heimana Paama 13' OG)
Tahiti:
   Patrick Jacquemet, Eric Etaeta, Heimana Paama, Sylvain Booene, Benoit 
   Michelena, Teva Zaveroni, Ruepena Raumati, Stephen Lecaill, Hiro Labaste 
   (Bruno Beramelli 46'), Gerald Quennet, Jean Loup Rousseau.
   Coach: Alain Rousseau.
New Zealand:
   Jason Batty, Chris Zoricich, Sean Douglas, Gavin Wilkinson, Danny Hay, 
   Mark Burton (Tinoi Christie 70'), Aaran Lines, Chris Jackson, Mark Atkinson, 
   Heremaia Ngata, Vaughan Coveny.
   Coach: Ken Dugdale.
Referee:
   Simon Micallef (Australia).
Notes:
   Attendance reported as 4000 by some sources.

 
453. (244) Oceania Nations Cup
Sep 28, Brisbane, Suncorp Stadium, 500         
Vanuatu              1-8  New Zealand
 (Peter Roronamahava 45' - Tinoi Christie 1', Vaughan Coveny 
  11', 25', 39', 40', Rupert Ryan 34', 65', Che Bunce 65')
Vanuatu:
   David Chilia, Hubert Reuben, Brundak Nicolas (Atu Kalopong 40'), Thomas Manses,
   Silvain Tabirap, Maki Haitong, Georgino Tura (Norman Tangis 82'), Reginal Garo,
   Abel Zacharie, Peter Roronamahava, Etienne Mermer (Shem Batick 33').
   Coach: Alwyn Job.  
New Zealand:
   Jason Batty (Ross Nicholson), Chris Zoricich (Gavin Wilkinson 74'), Che Bunce, 
   Jonathan Perry, Danny Hay, Aaran Lines, Ivan Vicelich, Tinoi Christie, Chris Jackson, 
   Rupert Ryan, Vaughan Coveny (Paul Urlovic 46').
   Coach: Ken Dugdale.
Referee:
   Intaz Shah (Fiji).
Notes:
   Some sources claim that one of Coveny's goals was an own goal. Attendance reported 
   as 4000 by some sources.
    

      
454. (245) Oceania Nations Cup
Oct 2, Brisbane, Suncorp Stadium, 1000         
Fiji                 0-1  New Zealand
 (Danny Hay 88')
Fiji:
   Laisenia Tuba, Luke Nabro, Valerio Nasema, Kameli Kilaiwaca (Pita Biri 49'), 
   Emosi Baleinuku, Manoa Masi (Ratu Debalevu 68'), Maika Waga, Ulaisi Seruvatu, 
   Marika Namaga, Shailend Lal, Esala Masi.
   Coach: William Singh.
New Zealand:
   Jason Batty, Chris Zoricich, Che Bunce, Gavin Wilkinson, Danny Hay, Mark 
   Burton, Aaran Lines, Chris Jackson (Tinoi Christie 86'), Mark Atkinson, Heremaia 
   Ngata (Rupert Ryan 71'), Vaughan Coveny.
   Coach: Ken Dugdale.
Referee:
   Massimo Raveino (Tahiti).
Notes:
   Attendance reported as 6500 by some sources. 

 
455. (246) Oceania Nations Cup
Oct 4, Brisbane, Suncorp Stadium, 2000
Australia            0-1  New Zealand
 (Mark Burton 24')
Australia:   
   Jason Petkovic, Alex Tobin (Dominic Longo 60'), Mark Babic, Troy Halpin (Kris 
   Trajanovski 62'), Damian Mori, Paul Trimboli, Simon Colosimo, Alvin Ceccoli, 
   Goran Lozanovski (Scott Chipperfield 46'), Kasey Wehrman, Brad Maloney.
   Coach: Raul Blanco.    
New Zealand: 
   Jason Batty, Chris Zoricich, Sean Douglas (Ivan Vicelich 85'), Gavin Wilkinson, 
   Mark Burton, Aaran Lines, Chris Jackson, Heremaia Ngata (Che Bunce 74'), Mark Atkinson, 
   Danny Hay, Vaughan Coveny.
   Coach: Ken Dugdale.
Referee:     
   Massimo Raveino (Tahiti).
Notes:
   Attendance reported as 12000 by some sources.

1999


456. (247) International Friendly (Four Nations Tournament)
Jun 16, Bangkok, Rajamangala National Stadium, 20000
Thailand             2-2  New Zealand  
Thailand won 4-3 on penalty kicks
 (Kiatisuk Semanuang 52', 56' - Chris Jackson 44', 76')
Thailand:    
   Phunsa Meesajthum (Vitrat Wangjun 90'), Choketawee Phomrat, Chukiat Noosalung, 
   Kritsada Piandit, Pattanapong Sripramod (Panupong Chimpook 35'), Kowit Foythong 
   (Dusit Chalermsan 58'), Anurak Srikerd, Tananchai Boriban, Thongchai Akarapong 
   (Apisit Kaikaew 83'), Kiatisuk Senamuang [c], Sakesan Piturat.
   Coach: Peter Withe (England).
New Zealand: 
   Michael Utting, Sean Douglas, Che Bunce, Gavin Wilkinson, Tinoi Christie (Kris 
   Bouckenooghe 45'), Chris Jackson [c], Ivan Vicelich, Mark Atkinson, Heremaia Ngata 
   (Mark Elrick 60'), Mark Burton, Vaughan Coveny.
   Coach: Ken Dugdale.
Penalties:   
   0-1 Chris Jackson, 1-1 Kiatisuk Senamuang, 1-2 Mark Atkinson, 2-2 Choketawee 
   Phomrat, 2-3 Mark Elrick, 3-3 Kritsada Piandit, 3-3 Gavin Wilkinson (save), 
   4-3 Apisit Kaikaew, 4-3 Che Bunce (save).
Notes:
   Coveny was sent-off at 81' Choketawee Phomrat missed a penalty at 89'.


457. (248) International Friendly (Four Nations Tournament)
Jun 19, Bangkok (Thailand), Rajamangala National Stadium, 11000
Poland               0-0  New Zealand
Poland won 5-4 on penalty kicks
Poland:      
   Grzegorz Tomala, Maciej Terlecki, Michał Żewłakow (Rafał Szwed 76'), 
   Maciej Stolarczyk, Dariusz Gęsior, Radosław Michalski, Krzysztof Piskuła 
   (Ariel Jakubowski 57'), Jacek Chańko, Mariusz Nosal (Igor Sypniewski 69'), 
   Artur Wichniarek, Maciej Żurawski.
   Coach: Janusz Wójcik.  
New Zealand: 
   Michael Utting, Chris Zoricich (Ryan Nelsen 61'), Scott Smith, Gavin Wilkinson, 
   Ivan Vicelich, Jonathan Perry, Chris Jackson, Mark Atkinson (Tinoi Christie 86'), 
   Mark Elrick, Paul Urlovic, Kris Bouckenooghe.
   Coach: Ken Dugdale.
Penalties:   
   1-0 Maciej Żurawski, 1-1 Chris Jackson, 2-1 Artur Wichniarek, 2-2 Scott 
   Smith, 3-2 Radosław Michalski, 3-3 Gavin Wilkinson, 4-3 Maciej Stolarczyk, 
   4-4 Paul Urlovic, 5-4 Jacek Chańko, 5-4 Mark Elrick (miss).
Referee:            
   Panua Hamlumiaung (Thailand).
Note:
   Some sources claim the match was played on Jun 18.

   
458. (249) International Friendly
Jun 22, Muscat, Sultan Qabos Sports Complex
Oman                 1-0  New Zealand 
 ()
Oman:
   n/a
New Zealand:
   Ross Nicholson, Che Bunce, Chris Zoricich, Sean Douglas (Ivan Vicelich), 
   Kris Bouckenhooghe, Ryan Nelsen (Gavin Wilkinson), Mark Atkinson 
   (Tinoi Christie), Chris Jackson, Heremaia Ngata (Mark Elrick), 
   Vaughan Coveny, Paul Urlovic. 
   Coach: Ken Dugdale.

     
459. (250) International Friendly
Jun 24, Muscat  
Oman                 2-2  New Zealand 
 (? - Heremaia Ngata, Ivan Vicelich)
Oman:
   n/a
New Zealand: 
   Michael Utting, Chris Zoricich [c], Scott Smith, Ivan Vicelich, 
   Mark Atkinson (Tinoi Christie), Gavin Wilkinson, Chris Jackson, 
   Kris Bouckenhooghe (Aaran Lines), Mark Elrick (Jonathan Perry), 
   Vaughan Coveny (Che Bunce), Heremaia Ngata. 
   Coach: Ken Dugdale.

    
460. (251) International Friendly
Jun 29, Singapore, National Stadium
Singapore            0-1  New Zealand 
 (Vaughan Coveny)
Singapore:
   n/a
New Zealand:
   Michael Utting, Chris Zoricich [c], Che Bunce (Sean Douglas), Jonathan Perry, 
   Mark Burton (Mark Elrick), Aaran Lines (Tinoi Christie), Heremaia Ngata, 
   Mark Atkinson, Kris Bouckenhooghe, Vaughan Coveny, Scott Smith. 
   Coach: Ken Dugdale 

  
461. (252) International Friendly
Jul 1, Kuala Lumpur, Shah Alam Stadium
Malaysia             2-1  New Zealand 
 (Azizul Kamaluddin 9', Wan Rohaimi Ismail 47' - Chris Jackson 82' pen)
Malaysia:    
   Azlisham Ibrahim, Abdul Ghani Malik (Khairul Annuar Baharom), Syamsul Amri, 
   Rezal Zambry Yahya (Zami Mohamed Noor), B. Rajnikandh [c], Asmawi Bakiri, 
   Ahmad Shahruddin Rosdi (Cheah Kean Seng), Rizal Sukiman (Shahrulnizam Sahat), 
   Yap Wai Loon, Azizul Kamaluddin (Rusdi Suparman), Wan Rohaimi Ismail.
   Coach: Abdul Rahman Ibrahim. 
New Zealand: 
   Michael Utting, Chris Zoricich (Ryan Nelsen), Jonathan Perry (Che Bunce), 
   Gavin Wilkinson (Mark Atkinson), Mark Burton (Tinoi Christie), Aaran Lines, 
   Chris Jackson, Kris Boockenhooghe (Mark Elrick), Ivan Vicelich (Sean Douglas), 
   Vaughan Coveny (Paul Urlovic), Scott Smith. 
   Coach: Ken Dugdale.
Referee: 
   S. Selearajan (Malaysia).     

462. (253) International Friendly
Jul 3, Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia             1-5  New Zealand 
 (? - Mark Elrick 2, Kris Bouckenhooge, Paul Urlovic, Gavin Wilkinson)
Malaysia:
   n/a  
   Coach: Abdul Rahman Ibrahim.  
New Zealand: 
   Jason Batty, Chris Zoricich (Gavin Wilkinson 65'), Che Bunce (Ivan Vicelich 65'), 
   Sean Douglas (Scott Smith 70'), Ryan Nelsen, Mark Atkinson, Aaran Lines, 
   Chris Jackson (Jonathan Perry 70'), Kris Bouckenhooge, Paul Urlovic, 
   Mark Elrick (Tinoi Christie 75'). 
   Coach: Ken Dugdale.
Note:
   Mark Elrick credited with three goals by some sources (and Bouckenhooge with none).


   
463. (254) International Friendly 
Jul 10, Mexico City (Mexico), Mecaxa FC Ground
Egypt                1-1  New Zealand
 (Hazem Emam - Heremaia Ngata)
Egypt:
   n/a
New Zealand:   
   Jason Batty, Ryan Nelsen (Tinoi Christie), Sean Douglas (Scott Smith), 
   Che Bunce (Ivan Vicelich), Chris Zoricich [c] (Jonathan Perry), Gavin 
   Wilkinson, Chris Jackson, Mark Atkinson, Mark Elrick (Mark Burton, sub), 
   Kris Bouckenhooge (Vaughan Coveny), Paul Urlovic (Heremaia Ngata). 
   Coach: Ken Dugdale.

464. (255) International Friendly 
Jul 15, Guadalajara (Mexico), Las Chavas FC
Egypt                1-0  New Zealand
 (Ibrahim Hassan)
Egypt:
   n/a
New Zealand:   
   Michael Utting, Mark Atkinson (Tinoi Christie 85'), Sean Douglas (Scott Smith 63'), 
   Gavin Wilkinson, Ryan Nelsen (Che Bunce 63'), Ivan Vicelich (Jonathan Perry 78'), 
   Chris Zoricich, Mark Burton (Heremaia Ngata 81'), Vaughan Coveny, Kris Bouckenhooge 
   (Paul Urlovic 70'), Aaran Lines (Mark Elrick 74'). 
   Coach: Ken Dugdale.

   
465. (256) Confederations Cup
Jul 24, Guadalajara (Mexico), 65000
USA                  2-1  New Zealand
 (Brian McBride 25', Jovan Kirovski 58' - Chris Zoricich 90+')
USA:         
   Kasey Keller [c], Robin Fraser, John Harkes, Eddie Lewis (Frankie Hejduk 77'), 
   Earnie Stewart (Ben Olsen 73'), Jovan Kirovski, Jeff Agoos, Cobi Jones (Joe-Max 
   Moore 82'), Richie Williams, Carlos Llamosa, Brian McBride.
   Coach: Bruce Arena. 
New Zealand: 
   Michael Utting, Chris Zoricich [c], Sean Douglas (Scott Smith 72'), Gavin 
   Wilkinson, Mark Burton, Aaron Lines, Chris Jackson, Mark Atkinson (Ryan 
   Nelsen 57'), Kris Bouckenooghe, Ivan Vicelich, Vaughan Coveny (Mark Elrick 63').
   Coach: Ken Dugdale.
Referee:     
   Ubaldo Aquino (Paraguay).

 
466. (257) Confederations Cup
Jul 28, Guadalajara (Mexico), 42000
Germany              2-0  New Zealand
 (Michael Preetz 6', Lothar Matthäus 33')
Germany:     
   Jens Lehmann, Christian Wörns, Jörg Heinrich, Thomas Linke, Mehmet 
   Scholl (Dariusz Wosz 46'), Olaf Marschall (Paulo Rink 64'), Lothar Matthäus [c] 
   (Michael Ballack 70'), Michael Preetz, Oliver Neuville, Bernd Schneider, 
   Lars Ricken.
   Coach: Erich Ribbeck.
New Zealand: 
   Jason Batty, Chris Zoricich [c] (Jonathan Perry 78'), Sean Douglas, Gavin 
   Wilkinson, Mark Burton (Mark Elrick 78'), Aaron Lines, Chris Jackson (Vaughan 
   Coveny 62'), Mark Atkinson, Kris Bouckenooghe, Ryan Nelsen, Ivan Vicelich.
   Coach: Ken Dugdale.
Referee:     
   Coffi Codjia (Benin).

 
467. (258) Confederations Cup
Jul 30, Guadalajara (Mexico), 53000
Brazil               2-0  New Zealand
 (Marcos Paulo 45+', Ronaldinho Gaúcho 88')
Brazil:      
   Dida, Evanílson, Flávio Conceição [c], Christian (Ronaldinho Gaúcho 64'), 
   Alex, César, Luís Alberto, Marcos Paulo (Roni 56'), Athirson, Beto, Warley.
   Coach: Wanderley Luxemburgo. 
New Zealand: 
   Michael Utting, Chris Zoricich [c], Sean Douglas, Che Bunce (Ivan Vicelich 82'), 
   Mark Burton, Aaron Lines, Chris Jackson (Jonathan Perry 85'), Heremaia Ngata 
   (Vaughan Coveny 66'), Mark Atkinson, Kris Bouckenooghe, Ryan Nelsen.
   Coach: Ken Dugdale.
Referee:     
   Kim Young-Joo (South Korea).

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About this document

Sources included: Soccer Express, [Smi 91], New Zealand Soccer Monthly, No. 4 Dec/Jan 92/93.

With thanks to Alain Kit, Jarek Owsianski (jarek-o@go2.pl), Bruce Holloway (bhollow@iconz.co.nz) and various RSSSF members

Any additional information or comments are welcomed and can be e-mailed to Andre Zlotkowski (nzfooty@hotmail.com) or Karel Stokkermans (karel@rsssf.com)

Prepared and maintained by Andre Zlotkowski and Phil Clayton for the Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation

Authors: Andre Zlotkowski (nzfooty@hotmail.com) and Phil Clayton (phil@kiwimail.net.nz)
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