Tuakau tournament remembers Jimmy Narayan

They pulled together for each other at a time of crisis, close-knit and bound by love for a fallen team-mate. Tuakau Soccer Club hosted the Jimmy Narayan Memorial Cup on Saturday with the support of local rivals Drury, Pukekohe and

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Vale – Steve Aken (Fencibles United)

Auckland Football Federation (AFF) extends its condolences to the family and friends of Fencibles United club member Steve Aken. “Steve gave great service to the Fencibles United club and he was a very respected member of the club and a friend

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Vale – Colin Shaw (Bay Olympic)

Auckland Football Federation (AFF) is saddened to learn that former All Whites and Blockhouse Bay stalwart, Colin Shaw, passed away on 9 August 2017. AFF Chairman Glyn Taylor today paid tribute to Colin Shaw and his legacy. “Football in New

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Vale: Greer Monkley – Three Kings United

Auckland Football Federation is greatly saddened to hear of the passing of Three Kings United member Greer Monkley, on Saturday 22nd of July 2017. Greer collapsed from a brain hemorrhage whilst walking her dog not far from her Blockhouse Bay home.

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Vale: Colin Albert Booth (HSOB)

Auckland Football Federation (AFF) is saddened to learn that High School Old Boys (HSOB) stalwart, Colin Albert Booth, passed away on Thursday (6 July 2017) after a period of illness. Colin Booth and his family moved from Gisborne to Auckland

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Vale – James Narayan (Tuakau Soccer Club)

Auckland Football Federation is saddened to hear of the passing of Tuakau Soccer Club stalwart James “Jimmy Sparks” Narayan on Saturday afternoon. Also known as James Bennion, Narayan collapsed and died on the field of play. He played over 200 games for the

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Vale Harry Dods

Auckland Football Federation was saddened to hear that former Auckland Football Association and New Zealand Football Association chairman, Harry Dods, recently passed away following illness. Auckland Football Federation CEO Bill MacGowan paid tribute to Dods and his outstanding achievements within

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