New Zealand - U-23 International Matches


The New Zealand U-23 team is also known as the OlyWhites. Since 1991 it has been representing New Zealand in the Olympic Games football tournaments.

Please note that this may not be the complete list. All matches are friendlies unless stated otherwise. Matches against other national u23 teams are numbered in parentheses.


Key
List of Matches
Additional Details: 1965 | 1966 | 1967 | 1991 | 1996 | 1998 | 1999 | 2000 | 2003 | 2004


Key

OGq - Olympic Games Qualifying 

List of Matches

1965

  -             Otago                    2-1  Dunedin
  -             Canterbury               0-0  Christchurch
  -             Wellington               5-1  Wellington      [3-1 ?]
  -             NZ Invitation XI         5-1  Masterton       

1966

  1             Sing Tao (Hong Kong)     6-8  Auckland

1967

  2             Scotland XI              2-7  Wellington

1991

  3 (  1) 22-05 Australia                0-2  Melbourne        OGq
  4 (  2) 16-07 New Caledonia            1-1  Noumea
  5 (  3) 17-07 New Caledonia            4-0  Noumea
  6 (  4) 19-07 New Caledonia            1-1  Noumea
  7       31-10 Central Queensland       3-0  Bundaberg
  8       02-11 Queensland               0-1  Brisbane
  9 (  5) 07-11 Fiji                     4-0  Nadi             OGq
 10 (  6) 13-11 Australia                1-2  Nadi             OGq
 11 (  7) 15-11 Papua New Guinea         3-0  Nadi             OGq
 12 (  8) 18-11 Papua New Guinea         4-2  Nadi             OGq
 13 (  9) 20-11 Fiji                     0-0  Nadi             OGq

1996

 14 ( 10) 15-01 Fiji                     1-2  Adelaide         OGq
 15 ( 11) 17-01 Vanuatu                 10-0  Adelaide         OGq
 16 ( 12) 19-01 Solomon Islands          2-0  Adelaide         OGq
 17 ( 13) 21-01 Australia                0-5  Adelaide         OGq
 18 ( 14) 23-01 Fiji                     3-1  Adelaide         OGq
 19 ( 15) 27-01 Vanuatu                  5-1  Adelaide         OGq
 20 ( 16) 29-01 Solomon Islands          6-0  Adelaide         OGq
 21 ( 17) 31-01 Australia                1-0  Adelaide         OGq

1998

 22 ( 18) 13-06 Australia                0-1  Townsville
 23 ( 19) 17-06 Australia                0-2  Lismore
 24 ( 20) 20-06 Australia                0-4  Coffs Harbour
          
1999

 25 ( 21) 30-06 Australia                0-2  Auckland
 26 ( 22) 03-07 Australia                0-3  Christchurch
 27 ( 23) 12-12 Vanuatu                  4-0  Auckland         OGq
 28 ( 24) 16-12 Papua New Guinea         5-0  Auckland         OGq
 29 ( 25) 18-12 Fiji                     5-2  Auckland         OGq
 30 ( 26) 20-12 Solomon Islands          4-1  Auckland         OGq

2000

 31 ( 27) 21-01 South Korea              1-2  Auckland
 32 ( 28) 23-01 South Korea              2-5  Palmerston North
 33 ( 29) 29-03 Japan                    0-4  Tokyo
 34 ( 30) 19-05 South Africa             2-3  Auckland         OGq
 35 ( 31) 27-05 South Africa             0-1  Johannesburg     OGq

2003

 36 ( 32) 21-05 Japan                    0-4  Kobe
 
2004

 37 ( 33) 14-01 Cook Islands             9-0  Auckland         OGq
 38 ( 34) 16-01 American Samoa          11-0  Auckland         OGq
 39 ( 35) 18-01 Tonga                    2-0  Auckland         OGq
 40 ( 36) 22-01 Vanuatu                  3-2  Auckland         OGq
 41 ( 37) 26-01 Australia                0-2  Sydney           OGq
 42 ( 38) 30-01 Australia                1-1  Auckland         OGq

Additional Details

1965

(Date unknown), Dunedin New Zealand 2-1 Otago () New Zealand: Owen Nuttridge - Bill Hunter, Robert Clark, Tony Gowans, Jim Moyes, Graham Bilby, John Legg, George Lamont, Doug Watson, Mark Burgess, Bruce Leuschke. Sub used: Earle Thomas. Coach: L Brocic. Otago: n/a Referee: n/a (Date unknown), Christchurch New Zealand 0-0 Canterbury New Zealand: Owen Nuttridge - Bill Hunter, Robert Clark, Tony Gowans, Jim Moyes, Graham Bilby, John Legg, George Lamont, Earle Thomas, Mark Burgess, Bruce Leuschke. Sub used: Doug Watson. Coach: L Brocic. Canterbury: n/a Referee: n/a (Date unknown), Wellington New Zealand 5-1 Wellington () New Zealand: Owen Nuttridge - Bill Hunter, Robert Clark, Tony Gowans, Jim Moyes, Graham Bilby, John Legge, George Lamont, Earle Thomas, Mark Burgess, Bruce Leuschke. Coach: L Brocic. Wellington: n/a Referee: n/a Note: It is possible that the New Zealand u23 team scored only three goals in this match. (Date unknown), Masterton New Zealand 5-1 NZ Invitation XI (? - Malcom Ferguson) New Zealand: Owen Nuttridge - Bill Hunter, Robert Clark, Tony Gowans, Jim Moyes, Graham Bilby, John Legg, George Lamont, Earle Thomas, Mark Burgess, Bruce Leuschke. Coach: L Brocic. NZ Invitation XI: Kevin Harlock - Graham Griffiths, Bill Gray, Ken Feathers, Don Jones, Bill Price, Brian Smith, Terry Conley, Malcom Ferguson, Stewart Johnstone, Ken Ironside. Referee: n/a Notes: The New Zealand u23, in 1965, was managed by G Smith. 1965 goal scorers were Thomas 3, Lamont 2, Gowans 2, Bilby 1, Legg 1, Burgess 1.

1966

1. Friendly (Date unknown), Auckland, Newmarket Park New Zealand 6-8 Sing Tao (George Lamont 3, Earle Thomas 2, John Legg 1 - from either Cheung Chi Doy, Cheung Chi Wai, Cheung Yiu Kwok, Au Pan Nin, Kwong Yin Ying or Kwok Kam Hung) New Zealand: Kevin Harlock - Roy Little, Bill Hunter, Tony Gowans, David Storm, Brian Boomer, John Legg, George Lamont, Earle Thomas, Mark Burgess, Bruce Leuscke Coach: n/a Sing Tao (Hong Kong): Chu Pak Woo - Lee Lui Kwong, Tam Hon Sun, Chan Siu Hung, Cheung Yiu Kwok, Kwok Kam Hung, Au Pan Nin, Cheung Chi Doy, Cheung Chi Wai, Yeung Wai Yip, Kwong Yin Ying. Coach: Joseph Hsu. Referee: n/a

1967

2. Friendly (Date unknown), Wellington New Zealand 2-7 Scotland XI (Earle Thomas, Mark Burgess - Joe Harper 3, McCalliog 2, Tommy McLean 1, Gary Lake og) New Zealand: Neville Siebert, Bill Hunter, Gary Lake, Tony Gowans, Jim Moyes, Brian Smith, John Legg, George Lamont, Earle Thomas, Mark Burgess, Ken Ironside. Coach: n/a Scotland XI: Jim Cruickshank, Willie Callaghan, Hugh Tinney, Jim Townsend, Jack McGrory, John Woodward, Tommy McLean, Andy Penman, Joe Harper, Bobby Hope, Harry Hood. Coach: Bobby Brown. Referee: A Williams (New Zealand).

1991

3. (1) Olympic Games Qualifying May 22, Melbourne Australia 2-0 New Zealand (Tony Vidmar 15', Paul Okon 68' pen) Australia: John Filan, Milan Blagojevic, Dominic Longo, Ned Zelic, Steve Georgakis, Tony Vidmar, George Slifkas, Paul Okon, David Seal, Carl Veart (Mike Michalakopoulos 60'), John Markovski. Coach: Eddie Thomson. New Zealand: n/a Referee: n/a 4. (2) Friendly Jul 16, Noumea New Caledonia 1-1 New Zealand (? - Thomas Edge) New Caledonia: n/a New Zealand: n/a Referee: n/a 5. (3) Friendly Jul 17, Noumea New Caledonia 0-4 New Zealand (K Harlock 2, J Falloon, L Fitzpatrick) New Caledonia: n/a New Zealand: n/a Referee: n/a 6. (4) Friendly Jul 19, Noumea New Caledonia 1-1 New Zealand (? - J Falloon) New Caledonia: n/a New Zealand: n/a Referee: n/a 7. Friendly Oct 31, Bundaberg Central Queensland 0-3 New Zealand (J Bowden, J New, OG) Central Queensland (Australia): n/a New Zealand: n/a Referee: n/a 8. Friendly Nov 2, Brisbane Queensland 1-0 New Zealand () Queensland (Australia): n/a New Zealand: n/a Referee: n/a 9. (5) Olympic Games Qualifying Nov 7, Nadi Fiji 0-4 New Zealand (J Falloon 2, J Bowden, Thomas Edge) Fiji: n/a New Zealand: n/a Referee: n/a 10. (6) Olympic Games Qualifying Nov 13, Nadi Australia 2-1 New Zealand (David Seal 78, 89 - Vaughan Coveny) Australia: John Filan, Milan Blagojevic, Shaun Murphy, Ned Zelic, Dominic Longo, Tony Vidmar, Damian Mori (Carl Veart), George Slifkas, John Markovski, Gary Hasler (Steve Refenes), David Seal. Coach: Eddie Thomson. New Zealand: n/a Referee: n/a 11. (7) Olympic Games Qualifying Nov 15, Nadi Papua New Guinea 0-3 New Zealand (Vaughan Coveny 2, K Harlock) Papua New Guinea: n/a New Zealand: n/a Referee: n/a 12. (8) Olympic Games Qualifying Nov 18, Nadi Papua New Guinea 2-4 New Zealand (? - Thomas Edge, K Harlock, A McAllister, OG) Papua New Guinea: n/a New Zealand: n/a Referee: n/a 13. (9) Olympic Games Qualifying Nov 20, Nadi Fiji 0-0 New Zealand Fiji: n/a New Zealand: n/a Referee: n/a

1996

14. (10) Olympic Games Qualifying Jan 15, Adelaide Fiji 2-1 New Zealand (? - Danny Hay) Fiji: n/a New Zealand: n/a Referee: n/a 15. (11) Olympic Games Qualifying Jan 17, Adelaide Vanuatu 0-10 New Zealand (Simon Elliott 3, Danny Hay 3, Che Bunce, Sean Fallon, Jeremy Seales, Ivan Vicelich) Vanuatu: n/a New Zealand: n/a Referee: n/a 16. (12) Olympic Games Qualifying Jan 19, Adelaide Solomon Islands 0-2 New Zealand (Simon Elliott, Ivan Vicelich) Solomon Islands: n/a New Zealand: n/a Referee: n/a 17. (13) Olympic Games Qualifying Jan 21, Adelaide, Hindmarsh Stadium Australia 5-0 New Zealand (Joe Spiteri 1', 16', 55', Goran Lozanovski 20', Mark Viduka 57') Australia: Frank Juric, Kevin Muscat (Luke Casserly 69'), Mark Babic, Craig Moore, Peter Tsekenis (Paul Bilokapic 46'), Joe Spiteri, Mark Viduka, Gabriel Mendez, Danny Tiatto, Goran Lozanovski, Norman Tome. Coach: Eddie Thomson. New Zealand: Mark Paston, Jonathan Perry, Neil Harlock, Daniel Hay (Jeremy Seales 76'), Che Bunce, Ivan Vicelich, Aaron Lines, Gavin Wilkinson, Sean Fallon (Mark Foy 58'), Simon Elliott, Mark Burton. Coach: Bobby Clark. Referee: Intaz Shah (Fiji). 18. (14) Olympic Games Qualifying Jan 23, Adelaide Fiji 1-3 New Zealand (? - Mark Burton, Simon Elliott, Mark Foy) Fiji: n/a New Zealand: n/a Referee: n/a 19. (15) Olympic Games Qualifying Jan 23, Adelaide Vanuatu 1-5 New Zealand (? - Sean Fallon 2, Mark Foy 2, Gavin Wilkinson) Vanuatu: n/a New Zealand: n/a Referee: n/a 20. (16) Olympic Games Qualifying Jan 29, Adelaide Solomon Islands 0-6 New Zealand (Simon Elliott 2, Mark Foy 2, Mark Burton, Sean Fallon) Solomon Islands: n/a New Zealand: n/a Referee: n/a 21. (17) Olympic Games Qualifying Jan 31, Adelaide Australia 0-1 New Zealand (Simon Elliott 55') Australia: Clint Bolton, Kevin Muscat, Craig Moore, Richie Alagich, Luke Casserly, Goran Lozanovski (Mark Babic 46'), Gabriel Mendez, Norman Tome, Danny Tiatto (Paul Bilokapic 46'), Joe Spiteri, Ante Milicic (Mark Viduka 46'). Coach: Eddie Thomson. New Zealand: Mark Paston, Jonathan Perry, Neil Harlock, Daniel Hay, Che Bunce, Ivan Vicelich, Aaron Lines, Gavin Wilkinson (Jeremy Seales 65'), Mark Foy (Stuart Riddle 89'), Sean Fallon, Simon Elliott. Coach: Bobby Clark. Referee: n/a

1998

22. (18) Friendly Jun 13, Townsville, Malanda Dairy Farmers Stadium Australia 1-0 New Zealand (Zeljko Susa 3') Australia: n/a Coach: Raul Blanco. New Zealand: n/a Coach: Joe McGrath. Referee: n/a 23. (19) Friendly Jun 17, Lismore, Oakes Oval, 4000 Australia 2-0 New Zealand (Michael Curcija 52', Brett Emerton 70') Australia: Peter Zois, Dragi Nastevski, Sebastian Sinozic, Ivan Zelic, Andrew McDermott, Jacob Burns, Noel Spencer, Brett Emerton, Bill Damianos, Archie Thompson, Michael Curcija. Coach: Raul Blanco. New Zealand: n/a Coach: Joe McGrath. Referee: n/a Note: Australia probably used substitutes in this match but their identity is unknown. 24. (20) Friendly Jun 20, Coffs Harbour, International Sports Stadium, 4400 Australia 4-0 New Zealand (Brett Emerton 19', Leo Carle 24', Clayton Zane 75', Glen Kolpak 80') Australia: n/a Coach: Raul Blanco. New Zealand: n/a Coach: Joe McGrath. Referee: n/a Note: The players in the Australian squad for the matches versus New Zealand in 1998 included Danny Milosevic, Joe Didulica, Sebastian Sinozic, Con Blatsis, Stephen Laybutt, Brett Emerton, Jacob Burns, Dragi Nastevski, Tansel Baser, Jason Culina, Bill Damianos, Zeljko Susa, Michael Curcija, Clayton Zane, Archie Thompson, Ivan Zelic, Mark Robertson, Andrew McDermott, Noel Spencer and Glen Kolpak.

1999

25. (21) Friendly Jun 30, Auckland, North Harbour Stadium, 5000 New Zealand 0-2 Australia (Clayton Zane 15', 44') New Zealand: Robbie Barraclough, Sakdy Phomahaxay, Greg Uhlmann, Gareth Rowe, Joe Murray (Jeff Campbell), Jeremy Brown (Blair Scoullar), Graham Pearce, Gerard Davis, Ian Robinson, Raffaele de Gregorio (Duncan Oughton), Campbell Banks. Coaches: Richard Herbert and Ron Armstrong. Australia: Joe Didulica, Michael Garcia, Dragi Nastevski, Simon Colosimo, Steve Laybutt, Brett Emerton, Jacob Burns, Kasey Wehrman, Zeljko Susa (George Goutzoulis 55'), Michael Curcija, Clayton Zane (Nick Carle 65'). Coach: Raul Blanco. Referee: n/a 26. (22) Friendly Jul 3, Christchurch, Queen Elizabeth II Stadium, 1000 New Zealand 0-3 Australia (Clayton Zane 15', Michael Curcija 20', Matt Ayloff 44' OG) New Zealand: Robbie Barraclough, Matt Ayloff (Sakdy Phommahaxay), Gareth Rowe, Greg Uhlmann, Matthew Urlovic (Gerard Davis 46), Jeremy Brown, Graham Pearce, Rafaele de Gregorio, Ian Robinson, Duncan Oughton (Jeff Campbell), Campbell Banks. Coaches: Richard Herbert and Ron Armstrong. Australia: Dean Milosevic, Michael Garcia, Con Blatsis, Simon Colosimo, Steve Laybutt (Buddy Farah 45'), Brett Emerton, Jacob Burns, Kasey Wehrman (Nick Sabljak 46'), Zeljko Susa (George Goutzoulis 78'), Michael Curcija, Clayton Zane. Coach: Raul Blanco. Referee: Brian Precious (New Zealand). 27. (23) Olympic Games Qualifying Dec 12, Auckland New Zealand 4-0 Vanuatu (Kris Bouckenooghe, Noah Hickey, J Murray, Paul Urlovic) New Zealand: n/a Vanuatu: n/a Referee: n/a 28. (24) Olympic Games Qualifying Dec 16, Auckland New Zealand 5-0 Papua New Guinea (C Banks 2, Jeff Campbell, Ryan Nelsen, Gareth Rowe) New Zealand: n/a Papua New Guinea: n/a Referee: n/a 29. (25) Olympic Games Qualifying Dec 18, Auckland New Zealand 5-2 Fiji (Kris Bouckenooghe 2, Noah Hickey, Ryan Nelsen, M Urlovic - ?) New Zealand: n/a Fiji: n/a Referee: n/a 30. (26) Olympic Games Qualifying Dec 20, Auckland New Zealand 4-1 Solomon Islands (Paul Urlovic 3, Blair Scoullar - ?) New Zealand: n/a Solomon Islands: n/a Referee: n/a

2000

31. (27) Friendly Jan 21, Auckland, North Harbor Stadium, 12000 New Zealand 1-2 South Korea (Bradley Scott 42' - An Hyo-Yeon 47', Seol Ki-Hyun 56') New Zealand: Chris Marsh, Gareth Rowe, John Foundoulakis (Joshua Stick 46'), Greg Uhlmann, Bradley Scott, Noah Hickey (Hamish Carmody 67'), Graham Pearce, Jeremy Brown (Jeff Campbell 87'), Blair Scoullar, Aaron Burgess, Joe Murray (Matthew Urlovic 72'). Coach: Ken Dugdale. South Korea: Kim Tae-Jin, Park Dong-Hyuk (Sim Jae-Won 31'), Park Jae-Hong, Ha Yong-Woo (Cho Se-Kwon 46'), Lee Young-Pyo (An Dae-Hyun 85'), Park Jin-Sub, Park Ji-Sung, Kim Do-Kyun [c], Lee Gwan-Woo (An Hyo-Yeon 46'), Choi Chul-Woo (Na Hee-Geun 30'), Seol Ki-Hyun. Coach: Jung-Moo Huh. Referee: Derek Rugg (New Zealand). Note: Lee Young-Pyo (South Korea) was cautioned in the 84th minute. 32. (28) Friendly Jan 23, Palmerston North, Showgrounds, 3000 New Zealand 2-5 South Korea (Jeff Campbell 64', Noah Hickey 72' - Kim Dae-Wook 1', An Hyo-Yeon 13', Kim Do-Kyun 61', Kim Seung-Hyun 67', Choi Chul-Woo 78') New Zealand: Hayden Englefield, Joshua Stick, Greg Uhlmann, Gareth Rowe, Bradley Scott (Matthew Urlovic 46'), Hamish Carmody, Graham Pearce, Jeremy Brown (Jeff Campbell 55'), Blair Scoullar, Paul Urlovic (Joe Murray 46'), Campbell Banks (Noah Hickey 40'). Coach: Ken Dugdale. South Korea: Kim Yong-Dae, Cho Se-Kwon (Kim Do-Kyun 46'), Nam Ki-Sung, Sim Jae-Won, Lee Young-Pyo, Park Jin-Sub, Jang Sang-Won (Park Jae-Hong 71'), An Dae-Hyun (Park Ji-Sung 59'), Kim Dae-Wook (Kim Seung-Hyun 62'), Choi Chul-Woo, An Hyo-Yeon (Na Hee-Geun 46'). Coach: Jung-Moo Huh. Referee: Bruce Grimshaw (New Zealand). Note: Jang Sang-Won (21') and Nam Ki-Sung (47') (both South Korea) were cautioned. 33. (29) Friendly (Kirin World Soccer Challenge 2000) Jan 29, Tokyo, Yoyoki National Stadium, 36467 Japan 4-0 New Zealand (Shunsuke Nakamura 18', Naohiro Takahara 40', 58', Hiromi Kojima 63') Japan: Hitoshi Sogahata , Naoki Matsuda, Yuji Nakazawa, Koji Nakata, Tomokazu Myojin, Shunsuke Nakamura, Junichi Inamoto (Tomoyuki Sakai 85'), Masashi Motoyama (Chikara Fujimoto 55'), Daisuke Ichikawa (Norihiro Nishi 68'), Tomoyuki Hirase (Hiromi Kojima 46'), Naohiro Takahara (Hideaki Kitajima 64'). Coach: Philippe Troussier (France). New Zealand: Robbie Barraclough, Ryan Nelsen, Ross Goodacre (Bradley Scott 62'), Glen Collins, Joshua Stick (Greg Uhlmann 71'), Graham Pearce, Gerard Davis (Jeremy Brown 62'), Jeff Campbell (Blair Scoullar 71'), Joe Murray (Gareth Rowe 71'), Noah Hickey, Chris Killen. Coach: Ken Dugdale. Referee: Jong-Chul Kwon (South Korea). Note: Campbell (5') (New Zealand), Kojima (73') and Sakai (86') (both Japan) were all cautioned. 34. (30) Olympic Games Qualifying May 19, Auckland, North Harbour Stadium, 13500 New Zealand 2-3 South Africa (Paul Urlovic 13', Fabian McCarthy 31' OG - Benedict McCarthy 20', Quinton Fortune 26', Matthew Booth 88') New Zealand: Chris Marsh, John Foundoulakis, Ryan Nelsen [c], Gareth Rowe, Gerard Davis (Noah Hickey 83'), Rafaele de Gregorio, Graham Pearce, Jeff Campbell, Kris Bouckenooghe, Chris Killen, Paul Urlovic (Campbell Banks 77'). Coach: Ken Dugdale. South Africa: Emille Baron, Fabian McCarthy, Aaron Mokoena, Matthew Booth [c], David Kannemeyer, Steve Lekoelea, Patrick Mbuthu, Quinton Fortune, Dillon Sheppard (Jabu Pule 64'), Siyabonga Nomvethe, Benedict McCarthy. Coach: Ephraim Mashaba. Referee: Argelio Sabillon (Honduras). 35. (31) Olympic Games Qualifying May 27, Johannesburg, Vosloorus Stadium, 20000 South Africa 1-0 New Zealand (Daniel Matsau 87') South Africa: Emille Baron, Musa Mntakwende, Fabian McCarthy (Nkhiphiteni Matombo), Matthew Booth [c], David Kannemeyer, Steve Lekoelea, Quinton Fortune, Patrick Mbuthu, Stanton Fredericks (Jabu Pule), Lebohang Kukame (Daniel Matsau), Siyabonga Nomvete. Coach: Ephraim Mashaba. New Zealand: Chris Marsh, [10 missing]. Referee: n/a

2003

36. (32) Friendly (Kirin Challenge Cup 2003) May 21, Kobe, Wing Stadium, 16380 Japan 4-0 New Zealand (Satoshi Nakayama 37', Yoshito Okubo 41', Koji Morisaki 50', Koji Yamase 83') Japan: Eiji Kawashima (Fumiya Iwamaru 78'), Shohei Ikeda, Hikaru Mita, Takeshi Aoki, Daisuke Matsui (Kazuyuki Morisaki 46'), Naohiro Ishikawa (Koji Yamase 58'), Keita Suzuki [c] (Kunie Kitamoto 77'), Yuichi Nemoto (Yuhei Tokunaga 46'), Yuki Abe (Koji Morisaki 46'), Satoshi Nakayama (Kisho Yano 68'), Yoshito Okubo (Tatsuya Tanaka 46'). Coach: Masakuni Yamamoto. New Zealand: Glen Moss (Adam Highfield 46'), Rupesh Puna, Steven Turner (Tim Brown 46'), Jeremy Christie (Jeremy Field 60'), Neil Jones (Daniel Koprivcic 60'), Peter Howe (Theary Thou 35' (Matt Wilson 65')), Steven Old, James Pritchett, Leo Bertos (Tariq Imam 46'), Tony Lochhead, Jamie Duncan (Geoff Brown 76'). Coach: Ricki Herbert. Referee: Yoo Byung-Sub (South Korea). Note: Turner (22') and Jones (48') (both New Zealand) were cautioned.

2004

37. (33) Olympic Games Qualifying Jan 14, Auckland, North Harbour Stadium, 260 New Zealand 9-0 Cook Islands (Brent Fisher 31', 55', 60', Neil Jones 32', James Pritchett 35', 74', Allan Pearce 82', 84', Jarrod Smith 90+5') New Zealand: Glen Moss, Rupesh Puna, Tony Lochhead, Steven Turner, Steven Old [c], Andrew Boyens, David Mulligan (Jarrod Smith 71'), Brent Fisher (Matthew Wilson 80'), Timothy Brown, James Pritchett, Neil Jones (Allan Pearce 57'). Coach: Richard Herbert. Cook Islands: Romeo Vaine Keu, Roururoroa Une, Ngatokotoru Orii Mingi, Paul-Luiz van Eijk, Anonga Nardu Tisam, Christian Moerai Tauira, Eugenie Tatuava (Campbell John Best 78'), James Thomas Varney (Teatu-R Rouru Putere 72'), David Norman Angene, Teariki Mateariki (Victor Samuel 90+1'), Tuka Tisam. Coach: Jimmy Katoa. Referee: Andrew Moli (Solomon Islands). Note: Wilson was sent-off for serious foul play in the 87th minute. 38. (34) Olympic Games Qualifying Jan 16, Auckland, North Harbour Stadium, 250 New Zealand 11-0 American Samoa (Allan Pearce 8', 22', 39', Shane Smeltz 12', 51', 57', 66', 68', David Mulligan 26', Jarrod Smith 30', Rupesh Puna 87') New Zealand: Tamati Williams, Rupesh Puna, Tony Lochhead [c], Andrew Boyens, Leo Bertos, David Mulligan (Jason Hayne 66'), Shane Smeltz, Matthew Adams, Timothy Brown (Tariq Imam 45'), Allan Pearce, Jarrod Smith (Brent Fisher 45'). Coach: Richard Herbert. American Samoa: Nicky Vitolio Salapu [c], Levaula Fatu, Jason Fa'ataualofa, Terrence Leo Sinapati (Reno Montana Amisone 80'), Ovite Ace Lepou, Baby Mulipola, Duane Faaou Atuelevao, Andrew Soosemea Tinae, Maika Kenneth Molesi, Fa'amanu Siuta (Ito Telesa 72'), Ramin Shahin Ott. Coach: Pacifico Abadia. Referee: Intaz Shah (Fiji). 39. (35) Olympic Games Qualifying Jan 18, Auckland, North Harbour Stadium, 250 New Zealand 2-0 Tonga (Leo Bertos 35', Steven Turner 45') New Zealand: Glen Moss, Tony Lochhead [c], Steven Turner, Andrew Boyens, Leo Bertos, Brent Fisher (Jarrod Smith 73'), Shane Smeltz (Neil Jones 62'), Matthew Adams, Matthew Wilson, James Pritchett, Allan Pearce (Timothy Brown 73'). Coach: Richard Herbert. Tonga: Kavakava Manumua, Kava Huihahau, Sitenilesili Mafi [c], Mark Uhatahi (Maamalua Tevi 45'), Kamaliele Papani, Unaloto Ki-Atenoa Feao (Ika Takaimoana Vave 62'), Solomone Moa (Frederick Saafi 89'), Makatuu Moeaki, Lisiate Koaneti, Lenitua-O-Lakepa Mafi, Folio Moeaki. Coach: Milan Jankovic. Referee: Constantinos Diomis (Australia). 40. (36) Olympic Games Qualifying Jan 22, Auckland, North Harbour Stadium, 1000 New Zealand 3-2 Vanuatu (Tony Lochhead 42', Shane Smeltz 51', Brent Fisher 62' - Jean Maleb 9', Lorry Thompsen 19') New Zealand: Glen Moss, Rupesh Puna, Tony Lochhead [c], Steven Turner, Andrew Boyens, Leo Bertos (Timothy Brown 62'), David Mulligan, Brent Fisher, Shane Smeltz (Allan Pearce 75'), Matthew Wilson, James Pritchett. Vanuatu: John Presley Garae, Manley Junior Tabe, Geoffrey Lego Gete, Dimitri Yakeula, Fedy Vava (Roger Joe 73'), Ali Silas Silas (Alphose Qorig 18' (Waren Waiwai 81')), Rick Mahe, Jean Maleb, Lorry Thompsen, Pita Maki, Daniel Alick [c]. Referee: Simon Micallef (Australia). 41. (37) Olympic Games Qualifying Jan 26, Sydney, Parramatta Stadium, 7120 Australia 2-0 New Zealand (Jonathan McKain 76', Ahmad Elrich 83') Australia: Eugene Galekovic, Jade North, Shane Cansdell-Sherriff, Ljubo Milicevic [c] (Jon McKain 16'), David Tarka, Ahmad Elrich, Carl Valeri, Luke Wilkshire, Alex Brosque (Ryan Griffiths 71'), Dylan Macallister (Nicholas Carle 61'), Brett Holman. Coach: Frank Farina. New Zealand: Glen Moss, Rupesh Puna, Tony Lochhead, Steven Old, Andrew Boyens, Leo Bertos, David Mulligan, Brent Fisher, Timothy Brown, James Pritchett, Neil Jones (Shane Smeltz 77'). Coach: Richard Herbert. Referee: Charles Ariiotima (Tahiti). 42. (38) Olympic Games Qualifying Jan 30, Auckland, North Harbour Stadium, 3000 New Zealand 1-1 Australia (Shane Smeltz 51' - Ryan Griffiths 71') New Zealand: Glen Moss, Rupesh Puna, Tony Lochhead, Steven Old, Andrew Boyens, Leo Bertos (James Pritchett 85'), David Mulligan, Brent Fisher, Timothy Brown, Shane Smeltz (Allan Pearce 66'), Neil Jones (Jarrod Smith 82'). Coach: Richard Herbert. Australia: Eugene Galekovic, Jade North, Shane Cansdell-Sherriff, Jon McKain, David Tarka, Brett Holman (Dylan Macallister 52'), Luke Wilkshire [c], Alex Brosque (Ryan Griffiths 59'), Ahmad Elrich (Spase Dilevski 79'), Carl Valeri, Nicholas Carle. Coach: Frank Farina. Referee: Leone Rakaroi (Fiji).

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Sources: [Rua 99], [Smi -], The Ultimate New Zealand Soccer Website, OzFootball Website, Personal records

Thanks to Yoon Hyung-Jin, Phil Holt, Jeremy Ruane, David Cross for their help with match details.

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Author: Andre Zlotkowski (nzfooty@hotmail.com)
Last updated: 11 Feb 2006

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