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    • Social 22nd May
      • 13 Apr 2010
      • Stop Out Sports Club
      • You may know him as CON - the Masters RED old-timer. You may know him as PETE - the 3rd team Super coach. But many don't know he's "SLOWHAND" on the guitar! On Saturday 22nd May, Peter Maurer and his rock band THE FRANTIX are playing at the club.
      • Automatically tagged as:
      • huttvalley
      • soccer

    • Senior Draw, April 10 & 11
      • 5 Apr 2010
      • Stop Out Sports Club
      • Saturday 10thChamps Premier League:Naenae vs Freeheat Stop Out - - - Naenae 1, 2:30pmCapital 2: Tawa B vs Stop Out at Kura, 2:30pmCapital 9: Wgtn Utd Salmon vs Stop Out at MacAlister #2, 12:30pmCapital 11: Stop Out vs Uni Rangers at Hutt Park #2, 2:30pmMasters 2: Waterside Turtles vs Reds at Karori #3, 2:30pmMasters 4: Seatoun B vs Blacks at Seatoun, 12:30pmMasters 5: McCreadie vs Petone at Hutt Park #3, 2:30pmSunday 11thDivision 1: Stop Out vs Brooklyn at Hutt Park #1, 1:00pmDivision 4: Tawa vs Stop Out at Onepoto #2, 1:00pm   
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      • brooklyn
      • seatoun
      • karori
      • tawa
      • Brooklyn, Wellington, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)


    • We're recruiting!
      • 24 Nov 2009
      • Stop Out Sports Club
      • After the fantastic effort of the All Whites we know there's so many of you out there keen to join us in playing the World's number one game!.
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      • soccer

    • 2009 agm
      • 24 Nov 2009
      • Stop Out Sports Club
      • Get involved and get along to this years Annual General Meeting.It's a great opportunity to find out what's going on within the club and hear about the exciting events planned for 2010.AGM 7.30pmTuesday 8th December 2009 Hutt Park  
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      • soccer

    • Federation selection
      • 1 Nov 2009
      • Stop Out Sports Club
      • It's with much pleasure we confirm the selection of Stacee McLellan for the latest u15 Girls Federation squad. Stacee is a member of our succesful Senior Women's team and this year was the Senior Club's Golden Boot winner. Enjoy your summer of football Stacee !!
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      • soccer

    • Street Footy Team Shatters Stereotypes
      • 15 Oct 2009
      • Downtown Community Ministry
      • Wellington’s Street Footy team won the Fairplay award at a recently completed ‘Mini World Cup’ tournament in Lower Hutt. The multi-ethnic tournament, organised by Sportzone, provided helpful game experience in the 11 a side format.
      • Tagged as:
      • soccer

    • Olympic win Chatham Cup!
      • 21 Sep 2009
      • Olympic Afc
      • A 75th-minute penalty from Raf de Gregorio proved the difference as Wellington Olympic fought back from a goal down to win the Chatham Cup soccer final 2-1 against Three Kings United in Auckland today.
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      • soccer

    • Premier v Miramar - 08/08/09 - L 3-1
      • 9 Aug 2009
      • Island Bay United AFC
      • Saturday's game against Miramar was a game played for pride more than anything else, as our Capital One side had to win (and well) to give them any chance of remaining in the league that they had played so well last season to be promoted into.
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      • miramar
      • Miramar, Wellington, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)


    • What's on this weekend !!
      • 5 Aug 2009
      • Stop Out Sports Club
      • Followers of our senior teams will be on the road this weekend, our Premiers are at Waterside, Archie's seconds out at Crawford and Peter's thirds are at Delaney.
      • Tagged as:
      • soccer

    • Premier v Karori - 01/08/09 - L 2-0
      • 3 Aug 2009
      • Island Bay United AFC
      • If I'd written this on Saturday evening it would have been full of references to Refereeing, Licenses found in Weetbix Boxes, Underhand Tactics, ecetera, so we can all be thankful that I took a step back and waited for the aftertaste to come through.
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      • karori
      • islandbay
      • soccer
      • Karori, Wellington, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)


    • Premier v Stop Out - 20/06/09 - W 2-1
      • 21 Jun 2009
      • Island Bay United AFC
      • Barely two weeks ago, I was hurling criticism at Island Bay's Prem's as I played through a horrible game against Tawa. In the last week however, I've seen us jump the table to third (Stop Out and Karori still have games in hand over us), played in two memorable victories, and seen our team transform remarkably, from a bunch of guys with talent, to a team with heart.Admittedly, the first win was ag
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      • tawa
      • karori
      • Tawa, Wellington, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)


    • Premier v Lower Hutt - 13/06/09 - W 3-2
      • 14 Jun 2009
      • Island Bay United AFC
      • Firstly, on behalf of the Premier Team and it's Management, we express our sincerest and deepest condolences to Jamie Milne and his family, as they farewell his father.Bruce lost his battle with Cancer early on Saturday morning.About the game:What can I say? A week after receiving a mauling at the hands of Tawa, and we were a completely different team. Sure, we still conceded our standard early so
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      • tawa
      • Tawa, Wellington, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)


    • Premier v Kapiti Coast - 01/06/09 - D 1-1
      • 2 Jun 2009
      • Island Bay United AFC
      • On the Queens Birthday, while she was sipping high tea and giggling at a re-run of Coronation Street, we were freezing our bits off chasing a few bits of stitched together leather around a paddock.Wakefield Number 1 looked like it had been used by the NZ Army for Tank Wars, so the match was transfered all the way over to Brooklyn's home ground, Wakefield Number 2. Ahhhhhh, much better............;
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      • brooklyn
      • kapiti
      • Brooklyn, Wellington, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)


    • Premier v Karori - 30/05/09 - L 3-1
      • 31 May 2009
      • Island Bay United AFC
      • Our Saturday trip away to Karori proved just why Wellington needs Artificial Grounds and fast. Unfortunately, this Karori Park is Wellington's latest pitch, and what a waste of money it's proving to be. I'm sure it's great during Summer, when Mums and Dads can happily stroll their Prams across the park to the cafe and playground, but it's not much chop when you need a snorkel to kick off and it's
      • Tagged as:
      • karori
      • Karori, Wellington, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)


    • Young Girls Football cancelled May 24th
      • 23 May 2009
      • Stop Out Sports Club
      • The weather and the cancellation of all Women's football means we are postponing our small sided games for our 10-14year old girls. We will be in touch about the next opportunity in the coming weeks. Regards Brendan & Chris.
      • Tagged as:
      • soccer

    • Hutt News showcases Steele
      • 19 May 2009
      • Stop Out Sports Club
      • Local soccer up-and-comer Regan Steele is about to cross the Pacific for an annual $NZ60,000 scholarship in the US, but he'll be leaving his home club, Stop Out, at a time when victories are coming thick and fast. Just one year out of Hutt Valley High School, the 18-year-old central mid-fielder will study business at Canisius College in Buffalo, New York, and play in the Metro Atlantic League against other universities in the state.
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      • soccer

    • Premier v Miramar- 16/05/09 - L 4-0 Cup
      • 18 May 2009
      • Island Bay United AFC
      • Well, we could have drawn Eastborne in the third round of the Illustrious Chatham Cup (Western Suburbs bet the unlucky chaps 10-0) but no, we somehow drew Miramar Rangers.As I've said before Miramar have won it all at some stage or other, and currently sit on top (now joint after a horror 3-3 draw with bottom placed Palmerston North Marist - but they had just lost their coach) of the Central Leagu
      • Tagged as:
      • miramar
      • Miramar, Wellington, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)


    • Premier v Naenae - 09/05/09 - W 2-0
      • 10 May 2009
      • Island Bay United AFC
      • A hearty welcome back to Naenae, whom we hadn't played against in top flight football for a number of years.This of course creates the issue of not knowing how they play, who was dangerous, and how we could bet them. Coaches problems really. The weather had been horrible all week, but on Saturday Wakefield Park was bathed in sunshine, and still (Yes, you read it - Still!!)Our guys turned up to pla
      • Automatically tagged as:
      • soccer
      • islandbay


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