The September edition of Sport Wellington's Sport Connector is now available. Follow the link below to view now.
If you would like to receive the Sport Connector directly, please email your name and organisation (club, RSO etc) to email@example.com
Only one more day to get your nominations in for the Porirua Community Trust Sports Awards!
Get your nominations in now to ensure those deserving don't go unnoticed!
Great to see AMI Round the Bays featured in ICC Cricket World Cup's list of things to do in Wellington!
NZRU instigated a mandatory playing time rule for those playing rugby outside 1st XV's this year. College Sport Wellington are interested to know your thoughts on how successful it was.
Click the link below to take a quick survey and let them know what you think!
This is the last week to get your nominations in for the Porirua Community Trust Sports Awards!
The Porirua Sports Awards aim to inspire and assist local gifted young sportspeople to reach their sporting potential - and to celebrate those locals who have.
If you know someone deserving, nominate them now and ensure they get the recognition they deserve!!
Females working in the sport and recreation industry! Join us at Foxglove Bar for a casual get together on Thursday, 25th September. See details below.
Registrations are now open for the Wairarapa Women's Triathlon!
This event is open to women of all ages and abilities who are looking to take on a challenge. The course consists of a 2.3km run, 13km cycle and a 175m swim.
Returning on 7th December, the 2014 event promises to be bigger and better than ever. Gather your friends, family and workmates, and get involved!
Follow the link below for more information, or to register now.
Registrations are open for the Wairarapa Womens Triathlon! Sunday, 7th Dec. Open to women of all ages and abilities! http://t.co/pc2L1CLsyN
The NZDF Invictus Team looking sharp and ready to go! Good luck team, we are cheering you on from NZ!
Good luck to the NZDF Invictus Team competing in the upcoming Invictus Games!!
The Invictus Games is an international sporting competition for wounded, injured and sick Service personnel, taking place in London from 10-14 September 2014.
More than 400 injured, wounded and sick Servicemen and women, serving and veteran from 14 countries that have served alongside each other will compete at the games.
The vision for the Invictus Games is to harness the power of sport to inspire recovery, support rehabilitation and generate a wider understanding and respect of those who serve their country.
Check out www.invictusgames.org for more info.