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Revenge and Games campaign part of Waitt's plan

Mick Waitt is eyeing an important international campaign as well as revenge from Wellington's only senior men's representative soccer fixture this season. National league champions Miramar and first-time Capital premiership winners Lower Hutt City provide six players each in Waitt's 17-man squad for the September 26 match against Canterbury in Christchurch. Wellington are determined to avenge their 4-1 thrashing in Christchurch last season while Waitt will also wear his All Whites cap at the English Park fixture with Oceania qualifiers for next year's Athens Olympic Games on the horizon. Eight Wellington players are eligible for New Zealand's under-23 Olympic campaign in January - Tariq Imam, Geoff Brown, Dylan Hall (Miramar), Jamie Duncan (Olympic), Matt Wilson, Adam Church, Phil Imray (Western Suburbs) and Matt Adam (Lower Hutt). Duncan has just moved to the capital to take up a job at Wellington Hospital after playing for Canterbury United in the national league. "First and foremost this is a Wellington representative team but we're also looking ahead to Athens. I'll be able to give (NZ under-23 coach) Riki Herbert some feedback," Waitt said. Waitt bypassed Miramar's Andy Hedge as the Englishman does not return from Australia with the New Zealand under-15s till a day before the Christchurch match. Capital squad: Dylan Hall, Tariq Imam, Adam Birch, Graham Little, Geoff Brown, Rupert Ryan (Miramar Rangers), Blair Patterson, Phil Patterson, Stuart Lochhead, Pedro Garcias, Dion Bartosh, Matt Adam (Lower Hutt City), Matt Wilson, Phil Imray, Adam Church (Western Suburbs), Jamie Duncan, Karl Whalen (Olympic).

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