|30 Oct - 1 Nov||South Island Golf Champs||Blenheim|
|18 Nov||Undercover Brothers touch||Masterton|
|27 Nov||South Island Touch||Woodend|
|Mid Feb 2017||Inter - Services Softball||Trentham|
|Mid March 2017||Duncan Taylor Basketball Tournament||Nelson|
|3-5 Mar 2017||National Darts Tournament||Levin|
|9-10 Mar 2017||NZ Police Mixed hockey||Rotorua|
|10 - 12 April 2017||Western BOP Services Fishing Competition||Tauranga|
Police Sport National Executive held their first Winter Games in Queenstown 31 August – 2 Sept 2016. 450 competitors in 9 different codes enjoyed spectacular scenery & brilliant Queenstown sunshine which helped to produce some very fierce competitions.
The 16th Bi-annual Australasian Police and Emergency services games were held on the Sunshine Coast Region of Queensland from 8-15 October 2017. A New Zealand team of 264 athletes made the trip across the ditch to compete.
Police Sport have also teamed up with the World Masters Games. The World Masters Games is the largest multi-sport event on earth, and in April 2017, it’s coming to Auckland. 25,000 athletes from around the world are expected to touch down in the city for 10 days of sporting challenge and excitement.
Entry is open to all masters-age competitors – minimum ages vary by sport, and start as young as 25. You don’t need to qualify or be selected, you just need to love your sport. 26,000 medals will be awarded across a range of age groups and competition categories. From premier to social grades, there’s a place for everyone. It will be an unmissable occasion for both elite and amateur athletes – featuring 28 sports and 45 disciplines, played across 48 competition venues.
Full details of the sporting programme are available at www.worldmastersgames2017.co.nz . All participants will also have the opportunity to attend the Opening Ceremony at Eden Park which features an athlete march, and between play you can soak up the festival atmosphere of the Entertainment Hub on Auckland’s Queens Wharf.
Contact Dave at email@example.com for more information.
|Deidre Lack||Half ironman World Champs|
|Melissa-Mae Ruru||Beach Volleyball – currently looking to Qualify for the Rio Olympics)|
|Erin Bermingham||Cricket – recently competed in the 20/20 world cup in India|
|Katie Perkins||Cricket – recently competed in the 20/20 world cup in India|
|Rochelle Ebrey||Indoor cricket|
|Rachel Shepherd||Tag Football|
|Rebekka Stills||Waka Ama|
|Selica Winiata||Rugby and rugby 7s – currently in the frame for 7’s at Rio|
|Rachel Clarke||Surf Ski|
|Gary Toa||Inline Hockey|
|Dave Hamilton||Mountain Biking – NZ Team Manager|
|Simon Richards||Motor Cycling|
|Ramon Silailai||Tag Football|
|Mark Sutton||Mens Netball|
|Adrian Tukaki||Waka Ama|
|Pete West||Hockey (age grade)|
|Nick Thom||Inline Hockey|