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Successful night at the Central Energy Trust Manawatu Sports Awards

Sarah Goss has gone from sevens sister to the queen of the Manawatu sporting world. The captain of the olympic silver medal-winning New Zealand Women's Sevens team was named the supreme winner at the Manawatu Sports Awards on Friday night. Apiti's Goss was also crowned Manawatu sportswoman of the year at the ceremony at the Arena. Along with her Rio Olympic success, Goss also made her debut for the Black Ferns last year and is one of the best sevens players in the World Series circuit. On a night where Olympians ruled, Black Sticks hockey player Hayden Phillips from Levin won the sportsman of the year award. Phillips [...]

March 21st, 2017|Categories: Awards, News|

Te Āpiti windfarm to encourage active families

Sport Manawatu, in partnership with the Tararua District Council and Meridian Energy are excited to announce the inaugural Meridian Te Āpiti Whānau Challenge. The event will give the public access through private areas of Meridian Te Āpiti wind farm. Participants can choose to run, walk or take a family stroll through various lengths of tracks amongst the turbines. “It is an exciting event for the Manawatu, in particular the Tararua. Meridian Energy and private landowners have been kind enough to give us access through a beautiful part of our region so we anticipate a great turnout” says Sport Manawatu tararua [...]

January 11th, 2017|Categories: News|

Cycling Essentials

Want to compete in the 55km Bush Cycle Tour in 2017? We can help with our seven week programme for everything you need to know such as: + Bike maintenance and bike etiqette + Safety on streets and roads + Gear transitions and hill climbing + Helmet safety and bike handling skills  

January 10th, 2017|Categories: Legends of Sport|

Trevor Shailer wins Māori Sports Administrator of the Year for 2016

This year's winner of the Māui Tikitiki-a-Taranga Māori Sports Administrator of the Year award was given to Trevor Shailer (Ngāti Kauwhata, Ngāti Hauti). Shailer is the current CEO of Sport Manawatu and was the Deputy Chef De Mission at the 2016 Rio Olympics. He managed the interface with athletes and team members at the Olympics to ensure our athletes had every chance of success. This included developing the athlete's connection with home, strengthening their sense of belonging through key rituals and stimulating the wairua of the New Zealand contingent. Tonight Shailer was up against Waka Ama New Zealand's Marinna Millanta [...]

November 28th, 2016|Categories: News|

Grassroots Sports Awards Winners Announced

Winners of the Grassroots Sports Awards were announced on Friday at a ceremony at the Palmerston North Convention Centre. Just under 100 nominations were received for Sport Manawatu’s annual awards, which celebrate individual and organisational volunteer involvement in sport. Sport Manawatu Trevor Shailer said, “This event recognises the tremendous effort that goes into managing sport around our region. So many people give their time and energy to keep the machinery of sport ticking over efficiently. These volunteers and our partner organisations are true sporting heroes.” The top award, Regional Sport Maker of the Year, went to Brian Curry of Palmerston [...]

November 18th, 2016|Categories: Awards, News|

2016 Grassroots Sports Awards Nominees

Just under 100 nominations have been received for the Sport Manawatu Grassroots Sports Awards, which celebrate organisations and volunteers that support sporting involvement in the region. There are nine categories of awards for individual volunteers and organisations, and for various initiatives such as fundraising. The awards ceremony takes place on Friday 18 November at the Palmerston North Convention Centre from 6pm. Tickets are $25 or $20 each for groups of six or more and include a light meal. Cash bar available. 2016 Grassroots Sports Awards Nominees Volunteer Categories All Rounder Volunteer Nominees Mark Andersen Lisa Aull Matthew Ball Anne Blomfield [...]

November 4th, 2016|Categories: Awards, News|

2016 Manawatu Secondary Schools Sports Awards Winners

  Manawatu Secondary Schools Sports Awards Supreme sportsman of the year: Campbell Stewart (PNBHS) Supreme sportswoman of the year: Emily Shearman (PNGHS) Team of the year: Palmerston North Girls' High School Senior A Squash Official of the year: Girls - Olivia West (PNGHS); Boys - Aydin Patridge-Long (PNBHS) Code award winners: AFL - Iraia Tuhiwai (Manukura) Archery - Ryan Jenkins-Dittert (Freyberg) and Hannah Hawley (PNGHS) Artistic roller skating - Frances Allen (Freyberg) Athletics - Tessa Webb (Feilding), Aidan Smith (PNBHS) Badminton - Wei Lim (PNBHS), Rebecca Ye (PNGHS); Baseball - Liam Bassick (PNBHS) Basketball - Callum McRae (PNBHS), Maia Watling (PNGHS) [...]

October 27th, 2016|Categories: Awards, News|

SECONDARY SCHOOLS NATIONALS OFFERS GLORY LEAGUE

Over 850 secondary schools students will descend on Palmerston North next week to compete at the SAS Secondary Schools National Basketball Championships, beginning on Monday 26 September. Basketball New Zealand Chief Executive Iain Potter says at the event every player will be able to review, tag and share video highlights and statistics of their games through an online service called Glory League, which combines the culture of gaming with the culture of sport. “Glory League gives participants the chance to have their basketball games video recorded, so they can revisit the footage off-court, but through an interactive version of the same [...]

September 23rd, 2016|Categories: News|

Palmerston North to host top 4 NZ Secondary School Rugby teams

Sport Manawatu, in conjunction with the Sport and Rugby Institute, will host the 2016 NZ Secondary Schools Rugby Top 4 Barbarians’ championships in September. The championships consists of four co-ed, and four single-sex boys’ teams, who will have qualified to represent their respected provinces: The Hurricanes, Chiefs, Blues, and the South Island. Single-sex schools will compete for the NZ Barbarians National 1st XV Cup, while the co-ed boys’ teams will compete for the NZ Barbarians 1st XV Trophy. Sky TV will show live coverage of four out of the eight games scheduled, including both finals. “It is a great event [...]

August 19th, 2016|Categories: News|