North Shore United

North Shore United is a semi-professional football (soccer) club based in North Shore, Auckland, New Zealand. They compete in the Lotto Sport Italia NRFL Division 2.

Their home ground, Allen Hill Stadium, is located in the suburb of Devonport.

Read more about North Shore United:  History, Achievements, Notable Players

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1986 Chatham Cup - Results - Final
... October 5, 1986 North Shore United 0 – 1 Mount Maunganui Fuji Film Stadium, North Shore Referee D ... Fellows Ferris October 12, 1986 Mount Maunganui 1 – 4 North Shore United Links Road Ground, Mount Maunganui Referee D ... Fellows Proudman Hagan, McClennan, Wright, McKeown North Shore United won 4-2 on aggregate ...
Chatham Cup - Past Winners
... Boys 1949 - Petone 1950 - Eden (Auckland) 1951 - Eastern Suburbs (Auckland) 1952 - North Shore United and Western (Christchurch) (title shared) 1953 - Eastern ...
USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) - 1998 To 2008 (Homeport: Yokosuka)
... In October 2001, Kitty Hawk deployed to the North Arabian Sea for the beginning of Operation Enduring Freedom ... in Operations Southern Watch and Iraqi Freedom in the North Persian Gulf. 2005, Kitty Hawk pulled in at Sydney, Australia for shore leave ...
North Shore United - Notable Players
... Mariner of Ipswich England (he married a local Devonport girl) played a number of games for North Shore in the mid 1980s - as did Trevor Brooking and Dean Wilkins ...
New Zealand National Soccer League - 1970–1992
... and Technical) decided to back a new club called Christchurch United in the league ... of a play-off of the fourth placed Northern League team, North Shore United, and the fourth placed Central League team, Hungaria ... Hungaria succeeded by beating their opponents 1-0 in North Shore, and by drawing the return leg 1-1 at home ...

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