"Success is where preparation and opportunity meet"
Bobby Unser

Thank a Sport Maker

 

Thank a Sport Maker - Nominate Now!

 

Sports volunteers or 'Sport Makers' come in all shapes and sizes - whether it’s blowing a whistle, coaching, balancing the books or helping cook the sausages for the fundraising BBQ - they are all important in helping make sport happen.

Through the Thank a Sport Maker programme, Lotto New Zealand and Sport NZ have partnered with the regional sports trusts, including Sport Tasman, to reward, recognise and support Kiwi sports volunteers for the awesome work they do. But we need your help!


How to Nominate your Volunteer Sport Maker

Click on the image below

Remember to tick Tasman, if your Sport Maker lives in the Buller, Kaikoura, Marlborough, Nelson or Tasman districts;

 

Our Sport Maker Nominees

June 2016-June 2017 click here

June 2015-June 2016  click here

July 2014-June 2015   click here

July 2013-June 2014   click here

 

Lotto NZ Quarterly Sport Maker Draws (New for 2015-2016)


Sport Makers, will be entered into a Lotto /Sport NZ national draw to be held every four months. The first one will be held on 31st  August 2016 and nominees will have a chance to win $2000 worth of Lotto merchandise for them or their team, including balls, bags, training gear, first aid kits, cones, caps and clothing. For those Sport Makers who go the extra mile, there’s also the chance to win a team prize that could include elite coaching, a team trip or a sponsored club day.

To nominate click on the image below;

 

Sport Maker Quarterly Draw Winners 2015

August - Leanne Anderson, Richmond Rabbits, Rugby League, Tasman

November - Heather Walker, Inclusive Sports Trust, Nelson

Each received $2000 worth of sports gear courtesy of Lotto NZ

 

Sport Tasman Monthly Draws (January 2016-June 2016) and Draw Winners

All Sport Makers in our region will  be entered into a separate Sport Tasman monthly draw and 4 Sport Makers, one from Buller, Kaikoura, Marlborough and Nelson/Tasman, will be randomly selected to win $100 worth of Lotto merchandise for them or their team, including balls, bags, training gear, first aid kits, cones and caps.To see the Sport Tasman monthly draw winners, January 2016-June 2016,  click here

The monthly draws will resume in February 2017

 

 

Toni Robinson - Marlborough Touch and Tasman Touch Board Member and Liaison Person is pictured with the Lotto NZ Sport Maker merchandise that she received for being the Sport Tasman monthly draw winner in the Marlborough district, for March 2016.

 

 

 

 

To nominate click on the image below;

 

Our Previous Draw Winners

December 2014-June 2015- To see previous Sport Tasman Sport Maker monthly draw winners click here

Lotto / Sport NZ Sport Maker $500 Monthly Draw Winners

July 2013-June 2015-To see the Lotto / Sport NZ Sport Maker monthly draw winners for the Sport Tasman region click here

 

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2017 Events Calendar

Stay updated on other events in our region on our Facebook page.

Click here to print a copy of the calendar below.

  

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Growing Coaches

Banner Photo: Rai Valley Area School Students and their PE teacher, Steph Stuart, pictured with George Campbell, Nelson Bays Football GDM and Julie Price, Sport Tasman, at an Introduction to Junior Football Coaching workshop in February 2016.

 

Growing Coaches is a Sport NZ coach education and leadership programme for secondary school students.
Growing Coaches is designed to:

 

  •  provide teachers with a leadership programme where coaching is the context for learning
  •  give students the tools to begin coaching and continue to develop as coaches
  •  encourage clubs, regional sport and recreation organisations and schools to work together to mentor and guide young coaches.

Growing Coaches Programme Content:


The Growing Coaches programme consists of:


A minimum of 8 hours of learning about coaching, including sport-specific and self-directed learning from a chosen sport. Some of these hours can be allocated to an NSO sport specific coaching course, facilitated by an NSO sport specific coach educator.

15 hours of coaching experience - coaching other young people. This can be achieved in sports clubs or as part of primary school field days or, for senior students, as part of their NCEA Physical Education programme. It involves the planning, delivery and evaluation of coaching session.


  

Photo above: Students From Nelson College for Girls and Waimea College at a Starting out in Coaching Netball course in May 2014.

The learning content can be taught at all levels in a secondary school. For those who use it for senior school students it has been aligned to Physical Education achievement standards.


Secondary schools may have the expertise amongst teachers and sports coordinators to deliver the programme or may require assistance from a Community Sport Advisor at Sport Tasman, who can support the delivery of some of the content.


Connecting to the Curriculum:


The Growing Coaches Programme can be connected to the NZ Curriculum and to NCEA achievement standards. Students who are coaching an athlete or a team will be able to provide evidence of learning for level one, two and three achievement standards.


The Growing Coaches Programme Guide is a comprehensive resource that provides information for teachers on how to deliver the programme, including a list of achievement standards that Growing Coaches may be aligned to.

Growing Coaches Resources


Three Growing Coaches Programme resources have been developed for facilitators and students to develop the learning and coaching content of the programme:

 

  • Growing Coaches Teachers Programme Guide

This resource provides information for facilitators on how to deliver the programme and provides information about the principles, strategies and philosophies of coaching. This resource is available to download FREE from the Sport New Zealand website.
 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Growing Coaches Coach Journal


Provides students with coaching information, activities to complete and session planning templates. This journal forms part of the assessment process for successful completion of Growing Coaches. This resource is available to download FREE from the Sport New Zealand website.

 

 

 

 

 

  • Growing Coaches Gear Bag

A booklet full of game ideas for coaches to use when coaching. The games are based on a game sense approach to coaching and encourage student coaches to use teaching games for understanding when coaching. This resource is available to download FREE from the Sport New Zealand website.

 

 

 

 

 

The resources can also be purchased as a set or individually;


1. Set of three resources (as listed below) $34.50 plus freight
2. Programme Guide $11.50 plus freight
3. Journal $11.50 plus freight
4. Gear Bag $11.50 plus freight.

Link to Sport NZ Store

 

Other Useful Links:


1. Growing Coaches facilitator workshops

2. Growing Coaches assessment Guides for Achievement Standards

 

Want to get involved?


For further information about Growing Coaches please contact:

 

Photo above: Waimea College Year 12 students coaching in August 2015

Photo above: Students from Motueka High School, Nelson College, Nelson College for Girls and Waimea College at a Tennis NZ Assistant Coaches course held in January 2016.
Students are pictured here with Adam Gard’ner, Tennis NZ Coach Developer (far left) and Alison McQuillan, Nelson Bays Tennis Development Officer (far right)

Photo above: Taylor Zanoni, who is home schooled, successfully completed the NZ Pony Club Level D coaching course in March 2016 at Waimea West Pony Club, thanks to some funding that was provided by Sport Tasman as part of the Growing Coaches programme within our community.

 

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Pathway to Podium

What is Pathway to Podium?

The Tasman Pathway to Podium Program is a partnership between High Performance Sport New Zealand, Sport New Zealand, and regional stakeholders led by Sport Tasman to provide athlete development support to emerging athletes in the pre-high performance phase of their sporting pathway.

This is an exciting programme for the Tasman region to provide support to talented athletes & coaches that are constantly produced from our top class facilities, knowledgeable sports minded people and loyal funders.

The overall objective of the Pathway to Podium programme is:

“To establish a partnership between NSOs and Regional Talent Hubs that provides athlete development support to emerging athletes in the pre-High Performance environment”.

What does it involve?

An introduction into the high performance sport environment through a series of educational workshops as well as strength and conditioning support. The topics covered in the workshops include: Performance Psychology, Sports Nutrition, Athlete Life and Drug Free Sport

Coaches  and parents of the athletes involved are also involved in educational workshops on the same topics.

One on one support is also provided to athletes in the above areas and Individual Performance Plans developed in conjunction with their coach and NSO.

How can I join the program?

There are two ways to join this program:

1) Nataional sporting organisation will select athletes based on their performance at National events.

2) Athletes may apply directly to Sport Tasman using this application form.

Any further questions or information please contact Sport Tasman's Terri Willcocks on 03 577 8855 Ext 3.

 

 

 

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Sport Tasman Muddy Buddy - BULLER

Notice: Date for next Muddy Buddy November 2018 TBC

 


THIS IS THE ULTIMATE MUD-PACKED

ADVENTURE RUN

FOR ALL AGES AND ABILITIES

 

Get your fancy dress costume together, grab a mate/parent/co-worker and prepare to get muddy!  This is a great team building event for your sports teams, co-workers, church group etc.

It's all good fun in the MUD. The 1km marked course guarantees facefulls of mud! Tackle the course in teams of two or in larger teams or as a family. Children under 10 must be accompanied by a parent or caregiver and the course is designed for children 5+ years.

Closed toed shoes are compulsory.

Creative team uniforms are highly encouraged.

 

At Sport Tasman we aim to get More People, More Active, More Often. We want you out there having fun. For more information about great events and things going on in your community stay informed and subscribe to our montly E-News newsletter. Subscribe at admin@sporttasman.org.nz. Also Like our Facebook page, we're always posting lots of exciting information and photos from our events. 

 

REGISTRATION

Online registration is now closed. You can register on the day from 2.30pm - 3.15pm at Orowaiti Road. 

 

Registration TypeFee
Team (2 ppl - buddy up)$15
Family (up to 2 parents and 3 children OR         
1 parent and 4 children)
$20        

Children between 5 - 10 years old will need to buddy up with an adult.

 

ON THE DAY

2.30pm - 3.15pm

Check in at the Reserve at Orowaiti Road.
All participants must check in at the event even if you've already pre-registered.

3.15pmCompulsory race briefing for all participants.
3.30pmTime to get MUDDY!
 

GOOD STUFF TO KNOW

  • Fancy dress is highly encouraged and there will be spot prizes!
  • You must pre-register to be in the draw for spot prizes
  • Shoes are compulsory and need to be taped on (or they'll get sucked off in the mud!)
  • Tug of war for all ages at the finish.
  • Bring a towel and a change of clothes for the fire truck hose-down.
  • Bring a drink bottle.
  • BBQ fundraiser (and music if the weather is fine).
  • Photos will be available at www.Facebook.com/SporttasmanBullerBranch after the event.


VOLUNTEERS

If you'd like to volunteer for this event please contact Wendy Bettjeman on 03 789 6779 or email wendy.bet@sporttasman.org.nz . We'll need people for setup, course marshalling and registration.

  


PHOTOS
Plenty of cool photos have been posted on the Sport Tasman - Buller Facebook page from last year's event.

 

WANT TO KNOW MORE?

Wendy Bettjeman
Sport Tasman
03 789 6779
wendy.bet@sporttasman.org.nz


THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS

  
   
 

 

At Sport Tasman we aim to get More People, More Active, More Often.  We want you out there having fun. For more information about great events and things going on in your community stay informed through our Facebook page, we're always posting lots of exciting information and photos from our events.

 

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Summer Explorer Competition - Buller

15 December 2016 - 30 April 2017

Buller Region

 

All ages can enter - FREE!

Summer Explorer is encouraging you, your family and mates to check out the walkways and reserves in the Buller region.

 

This is an exploration challenge where you'll visit sites to find answers to quiz questions.

 

How it Works

Register online - it's FREE!

Once you've registered you will be sent a confirmation email with a link to the downloadable maps and quiz sheet.

There are 12 sites in the competition, based around the walkways and reserves in Buller. 

You must visit at least 5 of the 12 sites and submit correct quiz answers by 30 April  to qualify for the spot prize draw.

If you complete all 12 sites each team member will receive two entries each in to the spot prize draw.

You will have from 15 Dec 2016 - 30 April 2017 to complete as many of the 12 walkways and quiz questions as you like.

This year we are just focusing on photos. Each walk has two photos you must take. You will need to email these to tamika.g@sporttasman.org.nz by April 30th. Sport Tasman may publish these photos. Please notify Tamika when you send in your photos if you do not wish to have your them published.

Bonus prizes - Join the Summer Explorer Facebook event to share photos, experiences and tips and be in the draw to win Bonus Prizes.


Spot Prizes

Just visit at least 5 of the 12 sites and submit your photographs to Tamika by April 30th to qualify for spot prizes.

Bonus prizes - Join the Summer Explorer Facebook event to share photos, experiences and tips and be in the draw to win Bonus Prizes.

 

Queries?

Tamika Green

03 789 6779

tamika.g@sporttasman.org.nz

 

Get More Active, More Often this Summer and enter Sport Tasman's Summer Explorer!

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Marlborough Muddy Buddy

 

 

[Video can also be view on our facebook page www.facebook.com/sporttasman.nz]

 

 

 

This is the ultimate mud-packed adventure fun run for all abilities


Get your fancy dress costume together, grab a mate/parent/co-worker and prepare to get muddy!  This is a great team building event for your sports team, co-workers, church group etc.


It's all good FUN in the MUD.  The 1km marked course guarantees face-fulls of mud. Tackle the course in teams of two or in larger teams or as a family. Children under 10 must be accompanied by a parent or caregiver and the course is designed for children 5+ years.

Closed toed shoes are COMPULSORY.

Creative team uniforms are highly encouraged!


PHOTOS

We have heaps of great photos on the Sport Tasman Facebook page from last year's event.

 

REGISTRATION

Online registration is now closed. You can register at the event on Saturday, 25 February on 'The Mole' off Rangitane Drive in Havelock from 1pm – 2pm. Bring cash.

 

REGISTRATION FEES

There are heaps of spot prizes. Scroll down to see a list of our supporters.

 

HOW MUCH FUN ARE YOU INTO?

  Muddy Good Fun - 1 lap

  This will get your feet and legs dirty and give you a taste of how muddy you can get

  The Pig Out - 2 laps

  Now it starts to get really mucky

  Mudaholics - 3 laps

  Finish this and you'll require a full head to toe washdown

Average lap time depends on how much you're laughing and slipping around.

 

ON THE DAY

1pm - 2pmCheck in at the Sport Tasman marquee on 'The Mole' off the end of Rangitane Drive at the Havelock Marina.
All participants must check in at the event even if you've already pre-registered.
2.15pm Compulsory race briefing for all participants
2.30pm Time to get MUDDY!

 

YOUR SAFETY

  • Our marshals will be on the sidelines to pull any sinking people out of the mud.
  • St Johns will be there to tend to any medical needs.
  • Closed toes shoes are COMPULSORY and we recommend that you loop duct tape around them a couple times. The mud loves your shoes and will try to suck them off so don't say you haven't been warned!

 

STUFF YOU SHOULD KNOW

  • Closed toed SHOES are compulsory.
  • It's compulsory to have fun, get muddy and get your buddy even muddier!
  • Bring duct tape to secure your shoes onto your feet (this is shoe eating mud - don't say we didn't warn you).
  • Bring a change of clothes and towel to dry off after the fire brigade hoseoff.
  • Bring cash to pay your registration fee and buy food and beverages as there will be no Eftpos or credit facilities onsite.


THE GOOD STUFF

        Pig Slide                  Fire Brigade Washdown

             Heads and Tails              Great Spot Prizes

 

THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS

 
   
 

 

THANKS TO OUR SUPPORTERS - Giving us heaps of spot prizes!

  • ASB
  • Apples for Charlotte Eatery
  • Bow to Stern NZ
  • Brick Oven Cafe - Rai Valley
  • Captain's Daughter Hotel
  • CPR Coffee
  • Cycleworld
  • E’stel Water
  • Four Square Supermarket
  • Havelock Fire Brigade
  • Havelock Garden Motels
  • Havelock Holiday Park
  • Havelock I-Site Visitors Information Centre
  • Havelock Service Station
  • Havelock Takeaways Ltd

  • Linkwater Country Hotel
  • Marlborough District Council
  • Marlborough Sounds Marinas
  • Marlborough Tour Company
  • Mitchell Sports Blenheim 
  • More FM
  • Pelorus Mail Boat
  • Pestell's Rai Bacon Company
  • Rai Valley Tavern
  • RD1 - Rai Valley
  • Saint Clair Family Estate
  • Shiloh The Blue Shop
  • Slip Inn Cafe
  • Stadium 2000
  • The Hairy Mussel Co

 

    
                        

 


 

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Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon

Sport Tasman proudly supports

SUNDAY, 12 MARCH - Nelson


Be part of this year's event by signing up for the Nelson TRYathlon on 12 March 2017. Entry is open to anyone aged between 7 and 15 of all sporting abilities and you can either sign up as an individual or form a team with your mates.

 

Watch the video now.

 

WHAT YOU GET
Every entrant receives a Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon t-shirt, medal, certificate and complimentary breakfast (of Weet-Bix of course).

 

Go on, give it a TRY!

AgeSWIM
- ocean
BIKE
- on closed road
RUN
- on grass
7 yrs50m4km1.5km
8 - 10 yrs75m - 100m8km1.5km
11 - 15 yrs150m - 200m8km1.5km

 

Sport Tasman has been associated with the Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon since the mid 1990's. The Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon is a kiwi institution and has been running for 25 years. As a series, it is the world's largest sporting event for kids (as certified by the International Triathlon Union) and is New Zealand's premier kids sporting event. The Nelson leg of the series regularly attracts 1700+ participants.

 

The Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon in Nelson is located at the beautiful Tahunanui Sands Reserve. It starts on Tahunanui Beach, with a short swim in the ocean. This swim runs parallel to the beach. Tryathletes are generally able to stand-up during the short ocean swim; however, we do encourage everyone to give swimming a go! The transition area is located up the beach, on the fields nearby, and the bike and run legs of the Tryathlon are around the field and surrounding streets which are completely closed to traffic and well marshaled by our fantastic group of over 100 enthusiastic volunteers.Over the past 24 years more than 200,000 New Zealand children have participated in the Sanitarium Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon, including sporting stars Debbie Tanner, Alison Shanks and Andrea Hewitt at the start of their careers.

 

 

  

  

 

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Sport Tasman Muddy Buddy - Tasman


 

 

Sport Tasman Muddy Buddy was a huge success. Great weather, great atmosphere, great costumes - lots of muddy smiles.

 

A huge thank you to everyone who participated and came along to cheer.

 

PHOTOS

Check out the Muddy Buddy Facebook page.

 

RESULTS

Click here to see who was the best dressed, muddiest, had the best team name and the category winners.


 

THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS

 

 

  

 

  

 

                    

 

 

         

                                

 

QUERIES?

For more information contact: 

tasmanmud@gmail.com or Tasman School on 03 526 6818

 

 

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City2Saxton

RUN, ROLL, STROLL

10km Fun Run/Walk


 

 

The City2Saxton is a 10km fun run/walk from Victory Community Centre to Saxton Field on smooth walkways.

A great family event on foot, scooter, skateboard, rollerblades, wheelchair, mobility scooter or get creative and bring a skipping rope or hula hoop. Bikes are only allowed for children under 6 years who are with an adult (not on a bike). The course follows smooth walkways most of the way.

Get involved with your mates, family, co-workers or enemies! This is an event for everyone, you'll love it.

At Sport Tasman we aim to get More People, More Active, More Often.  We have a great network of cycleways and walkways in our region and we'd like to get you out there using them.  For more information about great events and things going on in your community stay informed through our Facebook page, we're always posting lots of exciting information.

 

REGISTRATION

Online registration is now closed but you can register on the day at Victory Community Centre from 7.30am.

  • $15 - Adult (18+ years) 
  • $7.50 - Student (6 - 17 years) 
  • $37.50 - Family (up to 2 adults and 3 children or 1 adult and 4 children) 

Children under 6 are FREE!

Bikes are only allowed for children under 6 years who are with an adult (not on a bike).

WIN a weekend holiday package in Golden Bay!

Get THREE generations in your family to participate and you can enter the draw at the finish line to win a weekend holiday package in Golden Bay including:

  • accommodation at Mohua Motels
  • a voucher for Brigand Cafe & Bar
  • an Anatoki Salmon Fishing package
 

 

 

 

THE COURSE

Click here to see the course maps. Tell your cheering squad and the paparazzi.

 

TRAINING

This is an ideal event to train for the Jennian Homes Mothers Day Fun Run/Walk on 14 May and the Saint Clair Vineyard Half Marathon on 13 May, 2017.

 

ON THE DAY

7.25amFree bus departs from Saxton Stadium to Victory Community Centre (recommended for all walkers and wheels)
7.30amCheck in and onsite registration opens at Victory Community Centre (even if you've already pre-registered online)
8.25amFree and final bus departs from Saxton Stadium to Victory Community Centre (recommended for all  runners) 
8.30amRace briefing and warm up for all wheels and walkers
8.44amWheels begin
8.45amWalkers begin
9.15amRace briefing and warm up for all runners
9.30amRunners begin
FinishFood and drinks (some vendors are cash only), music, bouncy castle, spot prizes


TRANSPORTATION

FREE bus transportation (excluding under 6 yr olds bikes) will be available from Saxton Stadium (event finish) to Victory Community Centre (event start) in the morning. There will NOT be a shuttle from Saxton to Victory at the end of the event *.

    7.25am     First bus departs - recommended for all walkers & wheels

    8.25am     Final bus departs - recommended for all runners

Park your vehicle at Saxton Stadium in the morning and we'll shuttle you to the start at Victory Community Centre. If you decide to drive to the start there will NOT be a shuttle back to Victory Communtiy Centre after the event.

We recommend you park your vehicle at Saxton Stadium and take the free bus to the start at Victory Community Centre. This will ensure you have access to your vehicle and cash to buy food and drinks at the Saxton finish area.

* Please note that anyone traveling with an under 6 year old  who is riding a bike will not be permitted to take the bus with their bike. You will need to find your own transportation to the start line.

 

 


FUN AT THE FINISH

After completing 10km you'll be ready for drink and a bite to eat. We will have a good selection of food vendors onsite and music to keep your energy levels up. Please note that some vendors are CASH ONLY so come prepared.
 

VOLUNTEERS

If you'd like to volunteer for this great event please contact Jane Miles on 03 923 2317 or email jane.m@sporttasman.org.nz. We'll need people for set up, course marshalling and registration.

 

THANKS TO OUR SPONSOR

 

THANKS TO OUR SUPPORTERS - Giving us heaps of spot prizes

Major spot prize - Running shoes from Smiths Sports Shoes

Major 3 Generations Prize - One night family unit at Mohua Motels in Golden Bay, The Brigand Cafe and Bar voucher and Anatoki Salmon package.

  • Absolute Wilderness
  • ASB
  • Anatoki Salmon
  • Brigand Cafe & Bar
  • Cafe on Oxford
  • E'stel Water
  • Hogeys Surf
  • McCashins Brewery Kitchen & Bar
  • Mike Pero Nelson Giants
  • Mitre 10 MEGA Nelson
  • Mohua Motels
  • Rollos Outdoor Centre
  • Seifried Estate Winery
  • Smiths Sports Shoes
  • Smugglers Pub & Cafe
  • Speight's Ale House
  • Sport Tasman
  • Sports Therapy
  • State Cinemas
  • Tasman Makos
  • The Bach - Stoke
  • The Honest Lawyer
  • Torpedo 7
  • Waimea Estate Winery

 

 

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Westport Warrior 2017

 

 

Location ~ Westport Pony Club

Rego ~ 10:30am

Briefing ~ 11:30am

Races begin between 11:45 & 12:15pm

Great spot prizes and prizes for best fancy dress

Free event bag for the first 100 to register online!

 

Maps of all 3 courses are below

 

 

 

THANKS TO OUR SUPPORTERS

  • ASB
  • Bazil's Hostel & Surf School
  • Buller District Council
  • Hanmer Springs Thermal Pools & Spa
  • Solid Energy Centre
  • Sutherland Tyres
  • Electro Services
  • Mitre 10
  • Knudsens Sports And Toyworld
  • Nayland Scaffolding
  • Sanitarium
  • Whittakers
  • New World
  • Westport Pony Club
  • Denniston Dog
  • Johnson Brothers Transport
  • CoastFM


QUERIES?

Wendy Bettjeman

03 789 6779

wendy.bet@sporttasman.org.nz

 

 
 

 

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Winter Explorer Competition - Marlborough

WHAT IS WINTER EXPLORER?

The Winter Explorer is a family friendly competition held over the winter months, challenging Marlburians to visit parks and walkways, answer the questions at each, and submit those answers to be in the draw for spot prizes. The competition runs from 1st July to 31st August.


 

MAJOR SPOT PRIZES

This year’s major spot prize is a ‘Family Day Out’ at Lochmara Lodge, including return water transport for 2 adults and 2 children. 

 

A big congratulations to Mike Porter and his team ‘Gusto’ for winning the major spot prize this year!

 

SPOT PRIZES

Congratulations to our other spot prize winners listed below. Spot prizes can be collected at 4pm, Wednesday 13th September 2017 at Sport Tasman office, Stadium 2000 (upstairs office), Blenheim. If you have any queries please contact Braden Prideaux, (03) 577 855 or braden.p@sporttasman.org.nz

 

Team Name:Contact:
BarrfaceSimone Barnett
ParleyChristina Frost
KolstersNick Kole
Hutchison FamilyAlysha Hutchison
Brailsford FamilySerena Bay
The Fab FiveDarryn Stewart
HuddDianne Hawkins
ThermosSimon Kelly
Ratbags and RascalsAmy Lucas
FloodysNikki
TuatarasCarla Taylor
The CrewMolina Bilsborough
Best 4Sarah Hardy
JBRPaul Johnson

 

SELFIE COMPETITION 

A big congratulations to Willowband Wanderers Team  (pictured below left) who won our Selfie photo competition in the Marlborough Winter Explorer Competition

INFORMATION

Please contact Braden Prideaux, Community Sport Advisor

braden.p@sporttasman.org.nz

03 577 8855

 

THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS

 

 

 

 

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