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The following grounds are closed today:
Keith Hay Park - North: ALL Grounds (Goalkeeping Academy Training is ON)
Keith Hay Park - South: ALL Grounds
Seymour Park 1 & 2
Three Kings Reserve 1 & 2
This is the architect's latest concept drawing of the new clubrooms. Stay Tuned for updated details on our redevelopment project.
The Premier Men’s first team will remain in the NRFL Premier League for 2016 under an expanded 13 team league.
To read the full press release, click HERE
The two Three Kings United 9th grade boys development teams played in their first tournament of the season on Sunday.
The popular and highly competitive tournament featured all of the strong clubs around the auckland area - East Coast Bays, Uni Mount, Western Springs, Metro Wynrs, Birkenhead, Eastern Suburbs to name a few.
Out of the 24 teams that were competing both Three Kings made it through the group stages, after their 5 games, to occupy one of the top two positons that led to the Championship knockout stages. Unfortunately the Silver team were narrowly defeated in the quarter finals 2-0 against a big, strong and highly competitve Birkenhead side.
The teal team went on to convincingly beat East Coast Bays in the quarter finals and Uni Mount in the semi.
Waiting for them in the final were the much fancied Birkenhead team.
Two early goals saw Birkenhead take control of the game before Kristiana Hanna scored to bring one back.
Connor Sykes scored a good individual goal before half time to tie the game up.
Mid way through the second half, and our boys losing on the "interesting" corner count rule, we scored a great goal when Connor smashed a quickly taken free kick into the roof of the net.
Birkenhead threw everything they had in the closing minutes but our boys showed great passion, organisational skills and intelligence and could have easily extended their lead.
On the final whistle the boys celebrated a great 3-2 come from behind victory and ensured that they brought the trophy home to Keith Hay Park.
Three Kings U17 Girls participated in the U17 National Tournament held from Friday 18th to Sunday 20th March at Western Springs. The team was made up of a group of younger 15th Grade Girls and a core of vastly experienced highly talented girls.
Lily Dowsett is a name to look out for... having been at the club for 9 years and just turned 15,
The club's young talent has been on show during the senior premiers recent pre-season warm-up