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Great coverage by Maori Television of the 2018 Wellington Hospitality Group Sports Awards. Also, congratulations to Mila Reuelu-Buchanan and the Northern Mystics for their win yesterday. At the awards, Mila received the Wellington City Council Emerging Sportswoman of the Year Award. Check out Māori Television's full story: http://www.maoritelevision.com/news/sport/northern-mystics-secure-consecutive-win

Congratulations to all of last night's finalists and winners! It was great to have such a diverse range of sporting talent from the greater Wellington region under one roof. Thank you to Wellington Hospitality Group for sponsoring the evening, and thank you to all of the category sponsors and event partners. You support in delivering the event is truly appreciated.

2018 Wellington Hospitality Group Supreme Sports Award - congratulations to Josh Junior! #WHGSPOY Emirates Team New Zealand Worser Bay Boating Club

Wellington Sports Med Sportswoman of the Year - congratulations to Kelsey Smith! #WHGSPOY Vantage Black Sticks Capital Hockey

Tohu Wines Sportsman of the Year - congratulations to Josh Junior! #WHGSPOY Emirates Team New Zealand Worser Bay Boating Club

Cigna New Zealand Disabled Sportsperson of the Year - congratulations to Kate Horan! #WHGSPOY Paralympics New Zealand

Sport Wellington Coach of the Year - congratulations to Mark Sorenson! #WHGSPOY Softball New Zealand

Hiremaster Event and Party​ Team of the Year - congratulations to the Wellington Saints! #WHGSPOY

Congratulations to the Gibson Sheat Lawyers Sports Legends of Wellington 2018 inductees - Stuart Davenport, Suzie Muirhead, Kevin Herlihy and Melissa Moon! #WHGSPOY

Wellington City Council Emerging Sportswoman of the Year - congratulations to Mila Reuelu-Buchanan! #WHGSPOY Central Pulse

The Tradie NZ Emerging Sportsman of the Year - congratulations to Campbell Robinson! #WHGSPOY

Wellington Community Trust Lifetime Contribution to Sport Award - congratulations to Colin Ward! #WHGSPOY

The Dominion Post Personality of the Year - congratulations to Asafo Aumua! #WHGSPOY Wellington Rugby

Speedy Signs Wellington Central Club of the Year - congratulations to Tawa Squash Club #WHGSPOY

Trish McKelvey Leadership Award, supported by Outward Bound Trust of New Zealand - congratulations to Lisa Jones! #WHGSPOY Capital Football

RESOURCES

Sport NZ road show 2013 - Presentation (click here)

Sport Wellington had the pleasure of hosting Sport New Zealand on Monday 18 February at the Pelorus Trust Sports House, Seaview.

 

The presentation was led by Sport New Zealand CEO Peter Miskimmin, where he discussed critical challenges facing the sector, achievements in last year / aspirations for the New Year.  This session also provided the opportunity for over 70 attendees from 37 organisations to comment, ask questions and raise issues or concerns affecting our organisations and the sector in general.

 

Our thanks to Peter for his engaging presentation, yet again.

Resources for Clubs and Coaches

This section will provide all the resources Sport Wellington has available for clubs and coaches.

http://www.sportwellington.org.nz/clubs-and-coaches-resources/

Resources for under 5's

This section will provide teachers and parents resources for under 5's

http://www.sportwellington.org.nz/under-5s-resources/

Primary School resources

This section provides resources for primary school aged children, including Fundamental Movement Skills.  http://www.sportwellington.org.nz/schools-resources/

Resources for Getting Healthy

This section provides resources for getting more active in the Wellington region, as well as nutrition resources for adults and children. http://www.sportwellington.org.nz/resources-and-websites/

Sport and Rec Knowledge Library

The Knowledge Library is for all those working or interested in sport and recreation in New Zealand – practitioners, researchers, students, policy makers and planners.

Sport NZ

Sport New Zealand (Sport NZ) is the Crown Entity responsible for sport and physical recreation in New Zealand. Our mission is to create a world class sports system at all levels, so we have more kids playing and enjoying sport; more adults participating and getting involved; and more Kiwi winners on the world stage.

KEY PARTNERS

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