Updates and Postponements
Last updated: 26/05 6:48pm
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Local recreation facilities reopening details
Sports resumption dates, postponements, and cancellations
|Sport||RSO||Postponements & Updates||More details|
|Athletics||Athletics Wellington||Athletics New Zealand is excited to endorse the start of club and centre events, providing they ensure they remain within the 100 person limit and follow all of the relevant public health guidelines. Clubs are preparing to kick off their seasons over the coming three weekends.||Link|
|Badminton||Wellington Badminton||Some Badminton events are going ahead but within the Alert Level 2 restrictions. You can find out more information through the link.||Link|
|Baseball||Wellington Baseball Association||For updates, check this link.||Link|
Practices are able to go ahead within Alert Level 2 guidelines. Basketball New Zealand still intends to offer the following basketball tournaments in 2020:
School leavers tournament will not go ahead this year. More info here.
|Basketball||Wellington Basketball Association||Some adult events have resumed. Check link for more information.||Link|
|Basketball||Porirua Basketball Association||All forms of competition and tournament basketball remain postponed during this 'Prepare to Play' period from 14 May – 4 June. This time enables Associations and clubs time to ensure all appropriate measures are in place before returning to competition.||Link|
|Basketball||Kapiti Basketball Association||Finals Friday will consist of both the Girls Division and Boys Division playing out their Summer Series 20 Finals matches at Tawa Recreation Centre on 5th June 2020.||Link|
|Bowls||Bowls NZ||Most clubs will now be open as person limits are eased. Ensure you check with your club before attending to follow guidelines.||Link|
|Boxing||Trentham Boxing Club||We will be opening on the 18th May. However classes will be restricted to 9 members and 1 coach. This will be reviewed on the 25th May.||Link|
|College Sport Wellington||For all updates, check this link.||Link|
|Cricket||Cricket Wellington||WSC facilities will be opening on Wednesday 20th May and emphasise that player and coach Health and Safety is a Cricket Wellington priority. To do this, we have changed some of the ways that the WSC operates until we move into Alert Level 1 or until we get further guidance from the government. Net bookings will be able to be made from Monday onwards via our Book-A-Net system.||Link|
dsport is now looking at rolling out our Youth Group programme, so keep an eye out for what their first activity is going to be.
|Ultimate||Wellington Disc Sports||Autumn League - Thursday leagues will begin on the 4/6 and run for at least 4 weeks. Monday leagues will begin on the 8/6 and also run for at least 4 weeks. Leagues will work on continuous entry, meaning that teams are able to continue to enter the league throughout the time it is running.||Link|
|Fencing||Fencing Central||FC are holding a Central Training Day to get you all back into competition mode and we'd love to have you come along. This will be held on Sunday 7 June from 9:30am - 3pm (location TBC) and is designed for the more experienced fencers who train on a regular basis.||Link|
|Floorball||Wellington Storm Floorball||Floorball able to start playing some forms of the game again with some important changes in place to keep players safe and healthy. See the link for more info.||Link|
|Football||Capital Football||Community football is returning from 6 June! Start dates are likely to differ from region to region so check with your club or Federation for the latest.||Link|
|Golf||Wellington Golf Inc||Most Golf course are open with Level 2 guidelines in place||Link|
|Gymnastics||Gymnastics NZ||Some individual clubs are opening, check club Facebooks for updates.||Link|
|Harriers||Athletics Wellington||Athletics New Zealand is excited to endorse the start of club and centre events, providing they ensure they remain within the 100 person limit and follow all of the relevant public health guidelines. All around the country clubs are preparing to kick off their seasons over the coming three weekends.||Link|
|Hockey||Wellington Hockey Association||Training has now resumed for some clubs. Competitions will resume soon. See link for updates.||Link|
Netball activity may start on or after 29 May, 2020. This includes trainings and workshops. This does not include the delivery of competitions.
|Parkruns||All Parkruns around New Zealand have been cancelled until further notice.||Link|
|Petanque||Wellington Petanque||WPA Women's Doubles,Triples, and Singles competition - postponed||Link|
|Rugby||Wellington Rugby Football Union||
Teams can begin pre-season training (including contact training) within NZR’s guidelines and recommendations. This is expected to be a four-week period from 25 May. Pre-season matches may be played in the final week prior to Phase 3.
Phase 3 - Competition fixtures can begin from 20 June.
Provincial Unions can set competition start dates to suit the needs of their own communities.
|Rugby League||New Zealand Rugby League||NZRL and WRL will enter the ‘Prepare to Play’ phase meaning rugby league contact and non-contact training is permitted only for clubs that can abide by the Government health and safety and gathering requirements.
Competition rugby league remains postponed during this three-week ‘Prepare to Play’ period as we aim to Return to Play on Saturday, June 20 (subject to change).
|Softball||Wellington Softball Association||All games and prize giving cancelled. Currently no level 2 updates.||Link|
|Special Olympics||Special Olympics||All training and events are cancelled under Alert Level 1||Link|
|Swimming||Swimming Wellington||Some pools are open, check with individual venues for guidelines.||Link|
|Surf Life Saving||Surf Life Saving NZ||For updates, check this link.||Link|
|Tennis||Tennis Central Region||Courts are now open, check with individual venues for guidelines.||Link|
|Touch Rugby||Wellington Touch Association||For updates, check this link.||Link|
Centres and Clubs will only be able to move into the Training phase once all health and safety and contact tracing measures have been put in place. This will not be earlier than the 2nd June.
Competitions, including club, age-group and regional leagues may resume from Friday 19 June (at the earliest, depending on national guidelines and local preparedness).
NZWP Flippa Ball competitions may resume from Monday 22 June (at the earliest, depending on national guidelines and local preparedness).