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					                                                        BLACK STICKS WOMEN
2008 NATIONAL SQUAD                       › 12/2/08     vs Korea                    › 17/03/08     vs China
Krystal Forgesson, Kim Noakes              Lost 2 – 4 (Flynn, Harrison)               Lost 1 – 2 (Sharland)
(Auckland); Stacey Carr, Jo Galletly,     › 14/2/08     vs Korea                    › 19/03/08     vs China
Meredith Orr, Kate Saunders                Lost 0 – 4                                 Lost 1 – 4 (Roberts)
(Canterbury); Tara Drysdale, Emily
Naylor, Caryn Paewai, Kayla Sharland,     Team:                                     Team:
Anita Wawatai (Central); Gemma            Krystal Forgesson, Kim Noakes             Krystal Forgesson, Kim Noakes
Flynn, Kate Mahon (Midlands); Jaimee      (Auckland); Stacey Carr, Jo Galletly,     (Auckland); Stacey Carr, Jo Galletly,
Claxton, Lizzy Igasan, Bianca Russell     Meredith Orr, Kate Saunders               Meredith Orr, Kate Saunders
(North Harbour); Charlotte Harrison,      (Canterbury); Tara Drysdale, Emily        (Canterbury); Tara Drysdale, Emily
Jasmin McQuinn (Northland); Sheree        Naylor, Caryn Paewai, Kayla Sharland,     Naylor, Caryn Paewai, Kayla Sharland
Horvath, Beth Jurgeleit, Niniwa           Anita Wawatai (Central); Gemma            (Central); Gemma Flynn (Midlands);
Roberts (Wellington).                     Flynn, Kate Mahon (Midlands); Jaimee      Jaimee Claxton, Lizzy Igasan, Bianca
                                          Claxton, Lizzy Igasan (North Harbour);    Russell (North Harbour); Charlotte
                                          Charlotte Harrison, Jasmin McQuinn        Harrison (Northland); Beth Jurgeleit,
                                          (Northland); Beth Jurgeleit, Niniwa       Niniwa Roberts (Wellington).
OCEANIA QUALIFYING                        Roberts (Wellington).
TOURNAMENT, BUDERIM,                                                                COACH: Kevin Towns
AUSTRALIA, SEPTEMBER 2007                 COACH: Kevin Towns                        MANAGER: Debbie Balme
                                          MANAGER: Debbie Balme                     ASSISTANT COACH: Paul Derham
› 11/9/07    vs Papua New Guinea          ASSISTANT COACH: Paul Derham              PHYSIOTHERAPIST: Mary Dunning
 Won 25 – 0 (Claxton x 5, Paewai x 5,     PHYSIOTHERAPIST: Mary Dunning             VIDEO ANALYST: John Lythe
 Forgesson x 3, Igasan x 2, Dillon x 2,   VIDEO ANALYST: Chris Leslie
 Saunders x 2, Harrison x 2, Sharland,
 Orr, Noakes, Naylor)                                                               4 NATIONS TOURNAMENT,
                                          SERIES v CHINA & IRELAND,                 BEIJING, JUNE 2008
› 12/9/07    vs Australia                 WELLINGTON, FEBRUARY 2008
 Lost 0 –1                                                                          › 19/06/08    vs China
› 14/9/07      vs Fiji
                                          › 23/02/08   vs China                       Drew 1 – 1 (Harrison)
                                           Lost 2 – 6 (Orr, Forgesson)              › 20/06/08    vs Spain
 Won 14 – 1 (Harrison x 3, Sharland
 x 3, Claxton x 2, Igasan x 2, Roberts    › 24/02/08    vs China                      Won 3 – 0 (Igasan, Noakes,
 x 2, Orr, Dillon)                         Lost 2 – 4 (Igasan, Roberts)               Drysdale)
› 16/9/07   vs Australia                  › 27/02/08    vs Ireland                  › 22/06/08     vs Japan
 Won 1 – 0 (Forgesson)                     Lost 1 – 2 (Noakes)                        Lost 1 – 2 (Claxton)

Final Placings
                                          › 28/02/08    vs China                    › 23/06/08   vs Spain
                                           Lost 1 – 4 (Flynn)                         Won 3 – 0 (Roberts, Paewai, Igasan)
1. New Zealand 2. Australia 3. Fiji
4. Papua New Guinea                       › 01/03/08  vs Ireland
                                                                                    Final Placings
                                           Won 3 – 0 (Noakes, Saunders x 2)
                                                                                    1. China 2. Japan 3. New Zealand
Team:
                                          Team:                                     4. Spain
Krystal Forgesson, Frances Kreft, Kim
Noakes (Auckland); Honor Dillon,          Krystal Forgesson, Kim Noakes
                                                                                    Team:
Jo Galletly, Meredith Orr, Kate           (Auckland); Stacey Carr, Jo Galletly,
                                                                                    Krystal Forgesson, Kim Noakes
Saunders (Canterbury);Emily Naylor,       Meredith Orr, Kate Saunders
                                                                                    (Auckland); Stacey Carr, Jo Galletly,
Caryn Paewai, Kayla Sharland, Anita       (Canterbury); Tara Drysdale, Emily
                                                                                    Meredith Orr, Kate Saunders
Wawatai (Central); Kate Mahon             Naylor, Caryn Paewai, Kayla Sharland,
                                                                                    (Canterbury); Tara Drysdale, Emily
(Midlands); Jaimee Claxton, Kimberley     Anita Wawatai (Central); Gemma
                                                                                    Naylor, Caryn Paewai, Kayla Sharland,
Green, Lizzy Igasan (North Harbour);      Flynn (Midlands); Jaimee Claxton,
                                                                                    Anita Wawatai (Central); Gemma Flynn
Charlotte Harrison, (Northland); Beth     Lizzy Igasan (North Harbour); Charlotte
                                                                                    (Midlands); Jaimee Claxton, Lizzy
Jurgeleit, Niniwa Roberts (Wellington).   Harrison (Northland); Beth Jurgeleit,
                                                                                    Igasan, Bianca Russell (North Harbour);
                                          Niniwa Roberts (Wellington).
COACH: Kevin Towns                                                                  Charlotte Harrison (Northland); Sheree
                                          COACH: Kevin Towns                        Horvath, Niniwa Roberts (Wellington).
MANAGER: Debbie Balme
                                          MANAGER: Debbie Balme
ASSISTANT COACH: Paul Derham                                                        COACH: Kevin Towns
                                          ASSISTANT COACH: Paul Derham
PHYSIOTHERAPIST: Fiona O’Connor                                                     MANAGER: Debbie Balme
                                          PHYSIOTHERAPIST: Fiona O’Connor
VIDEO ANALYST: Matt Ingram                                                          ASSISTANT COACH: Paul Derham
                                          VIDEO ANALYST: Chris Leslie
                                                                                    PHYSIOTHERAPIST: Fiona O’Connor
KOREAN SERIES, ALBANY,                                                              VIDEO ANALYST: Chris Leslie.
AUCKLAND, FEBRUARY 2008                   SERIES v CHINA, SHANGHAI,
                                          MARCH 2008
› 7/2/08      vs Korea
 Lost 2 – 4 (Roberts, Harrison)           › 12/03/08  vs China
                                           Lost 1 – 5 (Flynn)
› 8/2/08      vs Korea
 Lost 1 – 3 (Forgesson)                   › 14/03/08    vs China
                                           Lost 1 – 5 (Claxton)
› 11/2/08    vs Korea
 Drew 1 – 1 (Roberts)                     › 15/03/08    vs China
                                           Lost 1 – 3 (Sharland)



                                                                                    Hockey New Zealand ANNUAL REPORT 08
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     COACHING & DEVELOPMENT
     REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT                          Kings College, 2-5 October 2007     Bridget Blackwood       Manawatu
     MANAGERS/COACH FORCE                                                              Amie Judge              North Harbour
                                                   Coaching Staff                      Stacey Michelsen        North Harbour
     OFFICERS 2007/08
                                                   COACH: Ian Bartholomew              Jade McLeod             Northland
     Region                  Name                  ASSISTANT COACH: Daniel Inns        Samantha Charlton       Tauranga
     Auckland                Sandie Mackie         MANAGER: James Ballantyne           Tae Samuel              Wellington
     BOP/Tauranga            Diana Te Awa          UMPIRE COACH: David Tomlinson       Siobhan Scott Nielsen   Wellington
     Canterbury              Greg Clark &          PHYSIOTHERAPIST: Peter Lee
                             Chris Leslie          UMPIRE: Bevan Nichol                Results
     Counties-Manukau        Helen Colenso                                             › NZ vs. Queensland     5-1 win
                                                   Team:
     Hawkes Bay              Caryn Paewai
                                                   Marcus Child        Auckland
                                                                                       › NZ vs. Queensland     4-2 win
     Manawatu                Daniel Burt
                             Mike Tuck             Devon Eastmond-Mein Auckland        › NZ vs. Queensland     2-0 win
     North Harbour           Ian Bartholomew       Sam Hewett          Auckland
                                                                                       Player of series
                             Bryce Collins         Jared Partridge     Auckland
                                                                                       Stacey Michelsen
     Northland               Bevan Gibbs           Tuterangi Raharuhi Bay of Plenty
     Otago                   Mark Smithells        Dillon Cumberpatch Canterbury
                                                   Cameron Hayde       Canterbury      SMOKEFREE YOUTH WEEK
     South Canterbury        Janette Kruize
                             Wendy Guthrie         George Enersen      Canterbury
                                                                                       Date
     Southland               Michelle Locke        Veeran Morar        Counties
                                                                                       10-18 May 2008
                             Hayley Munro                              Manukau
     Tasman                  Craig Brett           Royden Burt         Manawatu        Activities:
     Waikato                 Bruce Rosemergy       Jared Jones         Nelson          Live the Dream Colouring Competition,
                             Jack Clayton          Scott Kearney       Nelson          Live the Dream Word Find,
     Wairarapa               Rochelle Retter       Dylan Nixon         North Harbour   Motivational Poster Competition,
                             Jesse Workman         Hugo Inglis         Otago           Staying Alive Juggling Competition,
     Wellington              Hemant Lala           Kane Russell        Otago           Goalkeeper Juggling Competition, Best
                                                   Luke Coxhead        Tauranga        Association, Photo Competition, Media
                                                   Ian Daniel          Tauranga        Involvement, Youth Leadership Awards
     REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT
                                                   Shane Hodgkiss      Wairarapa
     MANAGERS CONFERENCE
                                                                                       Participants (5-19 years):
     July 2007, Auckland                           Results
                                                                                       27769
                                                   › NZ vs. Queensland 2-1 win
                                                                                       Associations Involved: Auckland, Bay
     COACH DEVELOPMENT                             › NZ vs. Queensland 1-2 loss        of Plenty, Buller, Canterbury, Central
     COURSES                                       › NZ vs. Queensland 4-2 win         Otago, Manawatu, Marlborough,
     Course                Amount   Participants                                       South Canterbury, Southland,
                                                   Player of series
     Junior Coaching        126       1552                                             Wanganui, Nelson, North Harbour,
                                                   Hugo Inglis
     Courses                                                                           Northland, Otago, Rangitikei, Taranaki,
     Level One              11        102                                              Thames Valley, Waikato, Wairarapa,
     Level Two               1         25
                                                   TIGERTURF NEW ZEALAND               Wellington, West Coast
     Coach Forums            7        282
                                                   U16 GIRLS
                                                                                       Hockey NZ Youth Leadership
     Elite Course            3         64          Series vs. Queensland Secondary
                                                                                       Awards:
     Specialist Courses     169       1598         School Representatives
                                                                                       Lucy Anderson, Adam Bayne, George
                                                   Kings College, 2-5 October 2007     Boyd, Cole Brown, Jared Buckley,
     COACHING & DEVELOPMENT                                                            William Ching, Shane Coleman,
     SUMMARY                                       Coaching Staff
                                                                                       Steffan Fastier, Hannah Gee, Ben
                                                   COACH: Angeline Waetford
     Primary School Visits: 716                                                        Grant, Ross Hayman, Sylvie Heard,
                                                   ASSISTANT COACH: Michelle Locke
     Secondary School Visits: 240                                                      Lani Jackman, Sophie Lamain, Sam
                                                   MANAGER: Sheryl Law
                                                                                       Lurajud, Stephanie Mann-O’Malley,
                                                   UMPIRE COACH: David Tomlinson
     REGIONAL COACHING CLINICS                                                         Chesney Parore, Kirbie-Leigh Samkin,
                                                   PHYSIO: Peter Lee
     APRIL/MAY 2008                                                                    Simon Small, Jeremy Smallridge,
                                                   UMPIRE: Anna Libeau
                                                                                       Amanda Van Plateringen, Gareth
     U16                                           Team:                               Williams, Tiffany Woodley, Rhianne
     Northern, Midlands, Central, Capital,                                             Woolf, Jono Young, Mitchell Young
                                                   Samantha Harrison    Auckland
     Canterbury, Southern                          Danielle Jacobs      Auckland       FIH Youth Leadership Nominations:
     U18                                           Danielle Jones       Auckland
                                                                                       Jared Buckley, Steffan Fastier, Sylvie
                                                   Julia King           Auckland
     Northern, Midlands, Central, Capital,                                             Heard, Sophie Lamain, Stephanie
                                                   Jamie Bolton         Canterbury
     Canterbury, Southern                                                              Mann-O’Malley, Kirbie-Leigh Samkin,
                                                   Sarah Byers          Canterbury
                                                                                       Amanda Van Plateringen, Gareth
                                                   Sian Fremaux         Canterbury
     TIGERTURF NEW ZEALAND                                                             Williams, Rhianne Woolf, Jono Young.
                                                   Amelia Gibson        Canterbury
     U16 BOYS                                      Jordan Grant         Canterbury
     Series vs. Queensland Secondary               Jenny Storey         Canterbury
     School Representatives                        Merania Hibbard      Hawkes Bay



12   Hockey New Zealand ANNUAL REPORT 08
                                                                                     COACHING & DEVELOPMENT
UMPIRING                                 TECHNICAL DIRECTOR: Wayne                Sarah Garnett (NZL)                      RESERVE: Meg McKerchar (NZL)
                                         Sleeman (NZL)                            RESERVE: Nic Rankin (NZL)                TECHNICAL DIRECTOR: Annie Rodgers
INTERNATIONAL ACCREDITATIONS                                                      TECHNICAL DIRECTOR: Marion Ellis (NZL)   (NZL)
                                         2ND TEST MATCH                                                                    OCEANIA - SOUTH PACIFIC GAMES:
David Tomlinson
                                         UMPIRES: Nigel Iggo (NZL), Simon         3rd Test Match                           Samoa, Aug 2007. Jackie Hutchins,
Achieved International Badge
                                         Taylor (NZL)                             UMPIRES: Toni Emirali (NZL), Kelly       Joanne Lowry
U21 Men Eight Nation Invitational        RESERVE: David Tomlinson (NZL)           Hudson (NZL)
– Malaysia – January 2008                                                         RESERVE: Kelly Sherriff (NZL)            DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES
                                         TECHNICAL DIRECTOR: Wayne
                                         Sleeman (NZL)                            TECHNICAL DIRECTOR: Trish Rangi (NZL)    Umpire Accreditation Passes:
INTERNATIONAL APPOINTMENTS
– UMPIRES                                                                         4th Test Match                           Junior Badge       46
                                         3rd Test Match
                                                                                                                           Level 1 Theory     88
Sarah Garnett                            UMPIRES: Simon Taylor (NZL), David       UMPIRES: Tracy Wrigley (NZL),
                                                                                                                           Level 1 Practical  12
Olympic Qualifier – Victoria, Canada      Tomlinson (NZL)                          Kelly Sherriff (NZL)
                                                                                                                           Level 1 Grading    13
– April 2008                             RESERVE: Gareth Greenfield (NZL)          RESERVE: Sue Brown (NZL)
                                                                                                                           Level 2 Practical  15
                                         TECHNICAL DIRECTOR: Wayne                TECHNICAL DIRECTOR: Trish Rangi
Karen Bennett                            Sleeman (NZL)                            (NZL)                                    2007 NHL OFFICIALS
Four Nation Invitational Tournament
                                         BLACK STICKS MEN VS. CHILE TEST          5th Test Match                           UMPIRES:
– Beijing, China – June 2008
                                         SERIES JANUARY 2008                      UMPIRES: Kelly Hudson (NZL),             Sarah Garnett (Tauranga)
Nigel Iggo                                                                        Tracy Wrigley                            Tracy Wrigley (Waikato)
                                         1st Test Match
Olympic Qualifier – Auckland, New                                                  RESERVE: Tosca Warren (NZL)              Kelly Hudson (Auckland)
                                         UMPIRES: Devendra Patel (NZL),                                                    Kelly Sherriff (Auckland)
Zealand – Feb 2008                                                                TECHNICAL DIRECTOR: Caroline
                                         David Tomlinson (NZL)                                                             Melanie Oakden (Northland)
                                                                                  Bigham (NZL)
Simon Taylor                             RESERVE: Colin French (NZL)                                                       Joanne Lowry (Poverty Bay)
                                         TECHNICAL DIRECTOR: Bill Fenton          BLACK STICKS WOMEN VS. CHINA             Jackie Hutchins (Manawatu)
Champions Trophy – Kuala Lumpar,
Malaysia – Dec 2007                      (NZL)                                    FEBRUARY 2008
                                                                                                                           Karen Bennett (Mid Canterbury)
                                         2nd Test Match                           1st Test Match                           Meg McKerchar (Wellington)
Four National Invitational – Australia
                                                                                  UMPIRES: Meg McKerchar (NZL),            Toni Emirali (North Harbour)
– April 2008                             UMPIRES: Devendra Patel (NZL), David
                                                                                  Sarah Garnett (NZL)                      Nic Rankin (Canterbury)
                                         Tomlinson (NZL)
Devendra Patel                                                                    RESERVE: Melanie Oakden (NZL)            Annie Rodgers (Canterbury)
                                         RESERVE: Steven Campbell (NZL)
Sultan Azlan Shah Cup – Ipoh,                                                     TECHNICAL DIRECTOR: Maria Roddick        Amanda Goad (Otago)
                                         TECHNICAL DIRECTOR: Bill Fenton
Malaysia – May 2008                                                               (NZL)                                    Nigel Iggo (Canterbury)
                                         (NZL)
                                                                                                                           Craig Gribble (Canterbury)
David Tomlinson                          3rd Test Match                           2nd Test Match                           Steven Campbell (North Harbour)
U21 Men Eight Nation Invitational        UMPIRES: Colin French (NZL), Steven      UMPIRES: Melanie Oakden (NZL),           Lee Erskine (Southland)
– Malaysia – January 2008                Campbell (NZL)                           Sarah Garnett (NZL)                      Jeremy Watt (Auckland)
                                         RESERVE: Devendra Patel (NZL)            RESERVE: Meg McKerchar (NZL)             Ian Conning (Auckland)
INTERNATIONAL APPOINTMENTS                                                                                                 Mark Rippin (Canterbury)
                                         TECHNICAL DIRECTOR: Wayne                TECHNICAL DIRECTOR: Maria Roddick
– TECHNICAL OFFICIALS                                                                                                      Iain Hawke (Wellington)
                                         Sleeman (NZL)                            (NZL)
Ian Faulkner                                                                                                               Colin French (North Harbour)
                                         4th Test Match                           3rd Test Match                           Tim Bond (Auckland)
Olympic Qualifier – Auckland, New
                                         UMPIRES: Nigel Iggo (NZL), Gareth        UMPIRES: Meg McKerchar (NZL), Kelly      Darren Culpan (Taranaki)
Zealand - Feb 2008
                                         Greenfield (NZL)                          Hudson (NZL)                             Gareth Greenfield (Canterbury)
Warren Keenan                            RESERVE: Ian Conning (NZL)               RESERVE: Devendra Patel (NZL)            David Tomlinson (Manawatu)
Olympic Qualifier – Auckland, New         TECHNICAL DIRECTOR: Ian Faulkner         TECHNICAL DIRECTOR: Paddy                Devendra Patel (Wellington)
Zealand - Feb 2008                       (NZL)                                    Frankenburg (NZL)                        Simon Taylor (North Harbour)
                                                                                  4th Test Match                           TECHNICAL DIRECTORS:
Craig Gribble                            BLACK STICKS MEN VS. JAPAN TEST
                                                                                                                           Dave Craven (Manawatu)
Olympic Qualifier – Auckland, New         JANUARY 2008                             UMPIRES: Tracy Wrigley (NZL), Kelly
                                                                                                                           Helen Napier (Otago)
Zealand - Feb 2008                       UMPIRES: Nigel Iggo (NZL), Shigeki       Sherriff (NZL)
                                                                                                                           Caroline Bigham (Tauranga)
                                         Kodama (JPN)                             RESERVE: Sue Brown (NZL)
Stuart Ashby                                                                                                               Jenny Hair (Marlborough)
                                         RESERVE: Jeremy Watt (NZL)               TECHNICAL DIRECTOR: Trish Rangi (NZL)
                                                                                                                           Sandi Notredame (North Harbour)
Sultan Azlan Shah Cup – Ipoh,            TECHNICAL DIRECTOR: Jason
                                                                                  BLACK STICKS WOMEN VS. IRELAND           Trish Rangi (Auckland)
Malaysia – May 2008                      McCracken (NZL)                          FEBRUARY 2008                            Bill Fenton (Northland)
Jeff Brown                               BLACK STICKS WOMEN VS. SOUTH                                                      Ian Faulkner (Counties Manukau)
                                                                                  1st Test Match
U21 Men Eight Nation Invitational        KOREA FEBRUARY 2008                                                               Warren Keenan (Tauranga)
                                                                                  UMPIRES: Tracy Wrigley (NZL), Jackie
– Malaysia – January 2008                                                                                                  Wayne Sleeman (North Harbour)
                                         1st Test Match                           Hutchins (NZL)
                                                                                                                           Neil Thistlethwaite (Waikato)
BLACK STICKS MEN VS. KOREA TEST          UMPIRES: Amanda Goad (NZL), Sarah        RESERVE: Jo Lowry (NZL)
                                                                                                                           Tim O’Connor (Manawatu)
SERIES NOVEMBER 2007                     Garnett (NZL)                            TECHNICAL DIRECTOR: Paddy                Jason McCracken (Auckland)
                                         RESERVE: Karen Bennett (NZL)             Frankenburg (NZL)                        Craig Gribble (Canterbury)
1ST TEST MATCH
                                         TECHNICAL DIRECTOR: Marion Ellis (NZL)                                            Hilary Stubbs (Canterbury)
UMPIRES: Nigel Iggo (NZL), David                                                  2nd Test Match
Tomlinson (NZL)                          2nd Test Match                           UMPIRES: Kelly Hudson (NZL), Karen
RESERVE: Gareth Greenfield (NZL)          UMPIRES: Melanie Oakden (NZL),           Bennett (NZL)



                                                                                                                           Hockey New Zealand ANNUAL REPORT 08
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     MASTERS
     INTERNATIONAL MASTERS                     3-0 Win               Wales               COACH: Nellie Macdonald                 Withrington (Auckland).
     HOCKEY TOURNAMENT                         (1st round – Third)                       MANAGER: Dot Walker
                                                                                                                                 COACH: Gene Coates-Reid
     Birmingham, England - August 2007         0-0 Draw              Australia           2-4 Loss             Aust 45+           MANAGER: Alan Dickie
                                               2-1 Win               Wales               1-2 Loss             NZ 40+             MASSAGE THERAPIST: Dawn Burke
     New Zealand Men’s 40+Team
                                               0-4 Loss              Australia           0-2 Loss             England            1-2 Win
     Craig Brett, Dean Bowden, Mike Gafa,
                                               Final – Second                                                                    1-2 Loss
     Nick Perrott, Nick Rolton (Nelson);                                                 0-2 Loss             NZ 40+
     Peter Donohue, Andy Innes, Mike           New Zealand Women’s 35+ Team              0-0 Draw             Aust 45+           3-3 Draw (3-4 Win in extra time)
     Rakowitz, Ian Riach (Canterbury);         Linda Adams, Tarannah Vette               8-0 Win              Wales              New Zealand Men’s 55+ Masters
     Richard Calkin, Steve Millar, Roy Noble   (Northland); Vicky Collins, Jackie
     (Wellington); Neil MacCulloch, Mike                                                 0-2 Loss             Australia          Team
                                               Nuthall (Wellington); Janelle Eade,
     Mead (Auckland); Peter Nicol, Geoff                                                 Final - Second                          Peter Ashton, Malcolm Begg, Mike
                                               Helen Haggas, Hillary McKenna,
     Williamson (Waikato).                                                                                                       Pettet, Ian Rhodes, Tony Saunders
                                               Rachel Percy, Lynda West (Manawatu);
                                                                                         TRANS-TASMAN CHALLENGE                  (Canterbury); Merv Huxford, John
     COACH: Patrick Barry                      Jenny Elgar (Taranaki); Michelle Lowe,
                                                                                                                                 Skellon (North Harbour); Alan Isaac,
     MANAGER: Graeme Haste                     Katherine Paul (Waikato/Wanganui);        Hamilton, New Zealand – May 2008
                                                                                                                                 Ken Isaac, Mahendra Singh, Paul Singh
                                               Janelle McKellow, Lynn Steele
     5-1 Win               Wales                                                         New Zealand Men’s 40+ Team              (Kaimai); Max Mathers (Northland);
                                               (Canterbury); Andrea Phillips, Angela
     4-4 Draw              England                                                       Dean Bowden, Craig Brett, Mike          Gavin McLachlan (Nelson); Gill
                                               Wylie (Nelson).
                                                                                         Gafa (Nelson); Shayne Brasting, Paul    Newburn (Auckland); Dennis Slade,
     1-2 Loss              Australia           COACH: Doug Sommerville
                                                                                         Williams (Wanganui); Richard Calkin,    Les Wilson (Wanganui).
     9-1 Win               Italy               MANAGER: Jo Dodge
                                                                                         Stephen Millar (Wellington); Greg       COACH: Lee Munt
     3-0 Win               England             0-3 Loss              Australia           Clark, Ian Riach (Canterbury); Tony     MANAGER: Devan Menon
     1-3 Loss              Australia           1-2 Loss              England             Cowbourne, Paul Snelling, Geoff         MASSAGE THERAPIST: Lorraine Barton
     Final – Second                                                                      Williamson (Northland); Mike Mead,
                                               6-0 Win               Wales                                                       3-3 Draw (3-4 Loss in extra time)
                                                                                         Peter Van Riele (Auckland); Cameron
     New Zealand Men’s 50+ Team                (1st round – Third)                                                               1-1 Draw (1-2 Loss in extra time)
                                                                                         Percy, Brett Sanders (Waikato/
     Tim Brenton, Tony Penketh (Nelson);       2-0 Win               NZ 40+              Manawatu).                              1-4 Loss
     Geoff Chalklen, Graham Jackson,           1-0 Win               Australia           COACH: Patrick Barry                    New Zealand Women’s 35 Masters
     Marty Higgins, Mike Pettet
                                               1-0 Win               Australia           MANAGER: Jeanette Adams
     (Canterbury); Dennis Drake, Barry                                                                                           Team
                                               Final - Winners                           MASSAGE THERAPIST: Terry Arbuckle
     Thorne, (Northland); Neil Edmundson                                                                                         Vicki Collins (Wellington); Jenny Elgar,
     (Hawkes Bay); Geoff Emmett                New Zealand Women’s 40+ Team              3-8 Loss                                Hillary McKenna, Rachel Percy, Lynda
     (North Harbour); Brian Goldsbury,         Helen Curry, Helen Dalgety (Tauranga);    1-4 Loss                                West (Manawatu); Jacqui Forsyth,
     Glen Whiteside, Alan Withrington          Lorna Drake (Northland); Treena                                                   Joanne Greenwood, Sheryl Lacy,
                                                                                         2-4 Loss
     (Auckland); Brett Smith, John Wilson      Fitness (Wellington); Wendy Mackay,                                               Michelle Low, Kathryn Paul (Waikato-
     (Wanganui); Brian Ward (Tauranga).        Diane Rumble, Linda Stewart, Jane         New Zealand Men’s 45+ Team              Wanganui); Sarah Lynn, Tiffany
     COACH: Gene Coates-Reid                   Stokes, Michele Whitehead (Waikato);      Keith Binnie, Julian O’Sullivan,        McCrea-Lennon, Janelle McKellow,
     MANAGER: Alan Dickie                      Donna Mitchell, Kiri Raharuhi, Sharon     Philip Teague (Wellington); Graeme      Lynn Steele (Canterbury); Marie Martin
                                               Salton (Nelson); Sarah Stanley, Di Vao    Bint, Murray Poole, Chris Rutherford    (North Harbour); Tarannah Vette
     3-2 Loss              British Lions                                                                                         (Northland).
                                               (Auckland); Hilary Stubbs (Canterbury).   (Northland); Trevor Eden, Stu Grant,
     12-2 Win              Singapore                                                     Mark Wilkens (Nelson); Roger            COACH: Doug Sommerville
                                               COACH: Betty Dellaway
     4-0 Win               British Asians      MANAGER: Pam Elgar
                                                                                         Goulding, Hamish Grant, Scott Loudon,   MANAGER: Jo Dodge
     3-2 Win               Malaysia                                                      Simon Norton (Auckland); Eddie Kawhe    MASSAGE THERAPIST: Suzy Monds
                                               1-0 Win               England             (Hawkes Bay); Bruce Kensington
     1-3 Loss              Australia                                                                                             0-2 Loss
                                               2-1 Win               NZ 45+              (Manawatu); Pete Nicol (Waikato/
     1-3 Loss              England                                                       Manawatu).                              2-3 Loss
                                               0-2 Loss              Aust 45+
     Fourth                                                                                                                      2-0 Loss
                                               2-0 Win               NZ 45+              COACH: Bruce Colburn
     New Zealand Men’s 55+ Team                                                          MANAGER: Dave Smale                     New Zealand Women’s 40 Masters
                                               2-7 Loss              Australia 35
     Peter Ashton, Malcolm Begg, Rob                                                     MASSAGE THERAPIST: Sarah Riley          Team
                                               0-2 Loss              NZ 35+
     Hardie (Canterbury); Larry Forbes, Alan                                             2-4 Loss                                Fiona Ackroyd, Judy Buntain, Keri
     Isaac, Mahendra Singh, Paul Singh         3-2 Win               Wales
                                                                                         3-0 Win                                 Dempster, Karen Porteous, (North
     (Kaimai); Merv Huxford, John Nimmo,       2-1 Win               Wales                                                       Harbour); Linda Adams, Lyn Jansen,
     Ian Robertson, John Skellon                                                         0-1 Loss
                                                                                                                                 Hilary Stubbs (Canterbury); Gail
     (North Harbour); Max Mathers              New Zealand Women’s 45+ Team
                                                                                         New Zealand Men’s 50+ Team              Donaldson (Wellington); Donna
     (Northland); Gavin McLachlin (Nelson);    Denise Brown (Manawatu); Jeanette                                                 Ford, Cheryl Pitman (Northland); Sue
                                               Dobson, Jenny Harington, Leah             Geoff Chalklen (Canterbury); Rob Clay
     Gil Newburn (Auckland); Ron Richdale                                                                                        Furmage (Auckland); Greer Leonhart,
                                               Macdonald, Jenny Travis (Tauranga/        (Wellington); Dennis Drake, Barry
     (Wanganui).                                                                                                                 Wendy Mackay, Diane Rumble
                                               Waikato); Maryanne Dunlop, Di             Thorne (Northland); Neil Edmundson
     COACH: Phil Laurence                                                                (Hawkes Bay); Geoff Emmett (Nth         (Waikato); More Williams (Nelson);
                                               McPherson (Canterbury); Jill Mercer,                                              Lynley Willocks (Manawatu).
     MANAGER: Neil Greene                                                                Harbour); Ross Fowler, Deryck
                                               Bev Robinson (Wellington); Mandy
     5-0 Win               Wales               New, Rose Radloff (Auckland); Marlene     Humphries, Brian Ward (Tauranga);       COACH: Betty Dellaway
                                               Nikora, Raewyn Ritchie, Peggy             Tony Penketh (Nelson); Brett Smith,     MANAGER: Leah MacDonald, Debbie
     0-1 Loss              Aust 55+
                                               Shepherd, Sheryl Thorne (Northland);      Ian Smith, John Wilson (Wanganui);      Balme
     2-2 Draw              England                                                       Paul Stenberg, Bharat Sukha, Alan
                                               Wendy Smith (North Harbour).



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                                                                                                       MAORI
MASSAGE THERAPIST: Lauren Hann            NZ MAORI TEAMS                           COACH: Johnny Campbell (Taitokerau,
                                                                                   Northland)
2-1 Win                                   NZ Maori Senior Women 2008
1-1 Draw (2-1 Win in extra time)                                                   ASSISTANT COACH: Henry Mulligan
                                          Anna Mallinder, Katarina O’Callaghan
                                                                                   (Tairawhiti, Gisborne)
2-2 Draw (3-5 Loss on strokes)            (Aotea, Manawatu); Charlotte
                                                                                   MANAGER: Kararaina Blake (Te
                                          Harrison, Jess Macalister, Jacinda
New Zealand Women’s 45 Masters                                                     Waipounamu, Nelson)
                                          McLeod, Jasmine McQuinn, Tracey
Team                                      Martin, Rhonda Rowsell (Taitokerau,      NZ Maori Junior Men 2008
Denise Brown (Manawatu); Sue              Northland); Harriet Cameron, Racheal     Logan Broughton (Aotea, Manawatu);
Caughey (Canterbury); Helen Currie,       Downes, Jamie Edwards, Samantha          Nick Breslin, Sam Hewett, Dwayne
Trish McBride, Jocelyn Sawyer             Hilton, Caryn Paewai, Ana-May Playle,    Rowsell, James Watene (Taitokerau,
(Waikato); Jeanette Dodson, Jan           Aniwaka Roberts, Niniwa Roberts,         Northland); Zion Akonga, Daniel Hunt,
Loader, Jill Mercer, Wendy Smith          Jerree Waerea (Takitimu, Hawkes Bay);    John O’Hallaran (Takitimu, Hawkes
(Wellington); Jenny Harington, Brenda     Casey Haumaha, Jordan McGarva            Bay); Dean Hawley (Te Waipounamu,
Telfer (Tauranga/BOP); Lynne Jamieson,    (Waiariki, Rotorua)                      Nelson); Te Kuru Dewes, Hoete
Mandy New, Rose Radloff, Sarah
                                          COACH: Abraham Pourau (Aotea,            Mitai-Ngatai, Owen Mitai-Wells, Te
Stanley (Auckland); Sheryl Thorne
                                          Manawatu)                                Hai Mitai-Wells, Tuterangi Raharuhi
(Northland).
                                          ASSISTANT COACH: Anne Hilton             (Waiariki, Rotorua); Horton Gilbert,
COACH: Kevin Ryan                         (Takitimu, Hawkes Bay)                   Sam Prescott (Waikato/Maniapoto,
MANAGER: Sue Gregory                                                               Hamilton).
MASSAGE THERAPIST: Vania Mears            NZ Maori Senior Men 2008
                                          Joel Baker, Marcus Emery, Luke           Non-Travelling Reserves
2-1 Win
                                          Higgie, Josh Millan, Barry Watson,       Hoera Mohi (Tairawhiti, Gisborne);
3-0 Win                                   Rhys Wineera, Jesse Workman              Isaac Reid (Taitokerau, Northland); Tim
2-1 Win                                   (Aotea, Manawatu): Shane Wawatai         Miskimmin (Takitimu, Wellington); Dion
                                          (Tairawhiti, Gisborne); Hayden Ripia,    Crighton (Te Waipounamu, Nelson).
New Zealand Women’s 50+                   Jared Young (Takitimu, Hawkes Bay);
Masters Team                                                                       COACH: Jarrod Buchanan (Tamaki
                                          Shaun Barnett (Tamaki Makaurau,          Makaurau, Auckland)
Steph Bernie, Carolyn Dyball,             Auckland): Hoete Mitai-Ngatai, Tenga     MANAGER: Josie Morete (Tairawhiti,
Jenny Travis, Jenny Travis, Lynne         Rangitauira, Natana Waaka (Waiariki,     Gisborne)
Whitaker (BOP/Tauranga); Chris Berry      Rotorua); Scott Barnett, Jason Hilton,
(Canterbury); Di Jordan, Nicky Sherriff   Simon Johnstone, Sam Miskimmin,
(Wellington); Robin Kavanagh, Maree       Hanoa Morete, Clayton Pohio, Bryan
Todd (Nth Harbour); Maeve Morrison,       Winiata (Waikato/Maniapoto,
Kate Peri, Irene Ryan (Auckland);         Hamilton).
Jean Roberts (Thames Valley); Helen
                                          COACH: Mark Kake (Tamaki Makaurau,
Robertson (Nelson); Anne Stone,
Naomi Wilson (Wanganui).                  Auckland)
                                          ASSISTANT COACH: Brett Leaver
COACH: Barbara Northey                    (Tamaki Makaurau, Auckland)
MANAGER: Celia Talbot                     MANAGER: Scott Woolf (Waikato/
MASSAGE THERAPIST: Pam Bartels            Maniapoto, Hamilton)
0-2 Loss
                                          NZ Maori Junior Women 2008
1-1 Draw (4-3 Win on strokes)             Ashleigh Maguren, Katarina
0-2 Loss                                  O’Callaghan (Aotea, Manawatu);
                                          Alexsandria Taare (Tairawhiti,
Trans Tasman Trophy won by                Gisborne); Natasha Fitzsimmons,
Australia                                 Charlotte Harrison, Kylie Henderson,
Australia won 5 divisions                 Jacinda McLeod, Jasmine McQuinn
New Zealand won 3 divisions               (Taitokerau, Northland); Harriet
(Women’s 40+, Women 45+, Men 50+)         Cameron, Jamie Edwards, Aniwaka
                                          Roberts (Takitimu, Hawkes Bay); Tanya
                                          Hawley, Tae Samuels (Te Waipounamu,
                                          Nelson); Oriwa Fitzgerald, Casey
                                          Haumaha, Mihi Waaka (Waiariki,
                                          Rotorua).

                                          Non-Travelling Reserves
                                          Hollie Smith (Taitokerau, Northland);
                                          Jeree Waerea (Takitimu, Hawkes Bay);
                                          Siobhan Samuels (Te Waipounamu,
                                          Nelson); Jordan McGarra (Waiariki,
                                          Rotorua).




                                                                                   Hockey New Zealand ANNUAL REPORT 08
                                                                                                                             15
     WORLD HOCKEY OLYMPIC QUAL
        ORGANISING COMMITTEE                                                          THE TEAMS                                      THE WINNER


     Pam Elgar                      (Hockey NZ Board Vice Chair) – CHAIR          •   Argentina
     Sue Brewster                   (Alzheimer’s Auckland CEO)
                                                                                  •   France
                                                                                                                                    CONGRATULATIONS
     Riki Burgess                   (Harbour Sport)
     Paul Dunphy /Peter White       (North Shore City Council)                    •   Ireland
     Brent Edwards                  (Hockey NZ Marketing & Sponsorship Manager)
     Paul Heron                     (SPARC – Events)
                                                                                  •   New Zealand
     Doug Lloyd                     (North Harbour HA Chair)                      •   Trinidad & Tobago
     Ramesh Patel                   (Hockey NZ CEO)
     Darrell Simpson                (North Harbour HA CEO)
                                                                                  •   USA
     Tracy Willis                   (Hockey NZ Administration Manager)


        SUB-COMMITTEES


     Technical & Ceremonial Committee         Facilities Committee
     Pam Elgar                                Darrell Simpson
     Jason McCracken                          Ian Bartholomew
     Corinne Pritchard                        Riki Burgess
     Tracy Willis                             Ian Waugh
     Marketing & Sponsorship Committee        Tracy Willis
     Brent Edwards                            Acquisitions & Finance Committee
     Doug Lloyd                               Graham Child
     Paul Dunphy / Peter White                Pam Elgar
     Megan Horsburgh                          Ramesh Patel

        FINANCIALS


       TOTAL EXPENDITURE                                          ACTUAL
       1. Stadium                                                  $147,884
       2. Local Transport                                          $28,557
       3. Travel                                                   $33,819            Men’s Qualifying Tournament For The XXIXth Olympic Games
                                                                                      Ground Layout
       4. Accommodation / Meals                                    $36,033
       5. Administration                                           $44,336
       6. Marketing, Promotion & Communication                     $92,581
       7. Functions, Meetings etc                                  $12,179
       8. Sponsors                                                 $51,540
       9. Television Requirements                                  $110,000
       10. Miscellaneous                                           $17,698

       TOTAL                                                       $574,627


       TOTAL INCOME                                               ACTUAL
       1. Ticket Sales                                             $100,323
       2. Grants                                                   $325,015
       3. Sponsorship, Merchandise & Corporate Hospitality         $157,139

       TOTAL                                                       $582,477

       Surplus / (Deficit)                                          $7,850
       Less 50% (shared with NHHA)                                 $6,925
                                                                                      **Shaded area indicates NO PUBLIC ACCESS **
       Surplus (HNZ)                                               $925



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AWARDS                            Charlotte Harrison
                                  February 2008            50 Caps
Brian Maunsell Memorial Men’s     Tara Drysdale
Player of the Year                February 2008            100 Caps
Ryan Archibald                    Meredith Orr
                                  February 2008            100 Caps
Smokefree Women’s Player of the
Year                              Emily Naylor
                                  March 2008               100 Caps
Emily Naylor
                                  Kate Saunders
Male U21 Player of the Year       June 2008                50 Caps
Simon Child
                                  INTERNATIONAL AWARDS
Female U21 Player of the Year
Charlotte Harrison                5th Women’s Oceania Cup,
                                  September 2007
Umpire of the Year - Men          Winner              New Zealand
Simon Taylor
                                  Men’s Olympic Qualifying
Umpire of the Year - Women        Tournament, February 2008
Sarah Garnett                     Winner               New Zealand
Most Promising Umpire – Men
Mark Rippin                       HOCKEY NZ AWARDS

Most Promising Umpire – Women     Pakistan Trophy
Toni Emirali                      Sam Kelt (Hawkes Bay)

                                  Service Awards
MILESTONES                        Bronze Award – at least 15years
                                  service
Black Sticks Men
David Kosoof                      Don Neale             West Coast
August 2007          100 Caps
                                  Gold Award – at least 25 years
Blair Hopping                     service
August 2007          150 Caps
                                  Graham Balfour        Invercargill
Simon Child
September 2007       50 Caps      Dianne Bermingham Buller
Shea McAleese                     June Bonnington       South
September 2007       50 Caps                            Canterbury
Kyle Pontifex                     Sylvia Bradley        Buller
November 2007        50 Caps
                                  Thelma Dennison       North Harbour
Benjamin Collier                  Ken Drum              North Harbour
January 2008         50 Caps
                                  Marion Ellis-Jack     North Harbour
Bradley Shaw
January 2008         50 Caps      Colleen Hardacre      South
Bevan Hari                                              Canterbury
January 2008         200 Caps     Graeme Haste          Waikato
Casey Henwood                     Murray Nielson        Wairarapa
February 2008        50 Caps
                                  Bruce Rosemergy       Waikato
Ryan Archibald
February 2008        200 Caps
                                  Dave Russell          Buller

Dean Couzins                      Gayleen Russell       Buller
May 2008             150 Caps     David (Harley) Simpson Taranaki
Gareth Brooks                     Rex Smith             North Harbour
June 2008            100 Caps     James Lindsay (Lin) Canterbury
Black Sticks Women                Thompson
Beth Jurgeleit                    John Wood             Waikato
September 2007       50 Caps
Lizzy Igasan                      LIFE MEMBERSHIP
September 2007       100 Caps
                                  Derek Wilshere        Wellington
Krystal Forgesson
February 2008        50 Caps      OBITUARIES
Joanne Galletly
February 2008        50 Caps
                                  Brian Bremner, Hockey NZ Life Member
                                  (Wellington)


                                  Hockey New Zealand ANNUAL REPORT 08
                                                                         19
     DOMESTIC
     COMPETITION RESULTS
     NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE                3.    Wellington                   Women – Over 45               Girls
     Various Venues, Finals Weekend        4.    Marlborough                  1.  Auckland                  Whangarei, July 2007
     – North Harbour, September/October    5.    NZ Defence Force             2.  Northland                 1.    Canterbury
     2007                                  6.    West Coast                   3.  Canterbury                2.    North Harbour
                                                                              4.  Wellington                3.    Auckland
     Men                                   NATIONAL MASTERS
     CHALLENGE SHIELD                                                         5.  Counties Manukau          4.    Tauranga
                                           TOURNAMENT                                                       5.    Wellington
     1.    North Harbour                                                      Women – Over 50
                                           Palmerston North, February/March                                 6.    Wairarapa
     2.    Canterbury                                                         1.  Tauranga/Bay of Plenty
                                           2008                                                             7.    Northland
     3.    Wellington                                                         2.  Auckland
     4.    Midlands                        Men – Over 40                      3.  North Harbour             8.    Hawkes Bay
     5.    Auckland                        1.    Nelson                       4.  Wanganui                  9=    Otago
     6.    Southern                        2.    Canterbury                   5.  Thames Valley             9=    Manawatu
     7.    Central                         3.    Auckland                                                   11.   Southland
                                                                              Women – Over 55
     8.    Northland                       4.    Wanganui                                                   12.   Mid/South Canterbury
                                                                              1.  North Harbour
                                           5=    Wellington                                                 13.   Waikato
     Women                                                                    2.  Canterbury
                                           5=    Northland                                                  14.   Marlborough
     “K” CUP                                                                  3.  Counties Manukau
                                           7.    North Harbour                                              15= Taranaki
     1.    Wellington
                                           8.    Waikato/Manawatu             NATIONAL UNDER 21             15= Bay of Plenty
     2.    North Harbour
                                           9.    Wairarapa                    TOURNAMENT                    17.   Counties Manukau
     3.    Midlands
                                           Men – Over 45                                                    18.   Wanganui
     4.    Northland                                                          Christchurch, May 2008
                                           1.    Wellington                                                 19.   Thames Valley
     5.    Central                                                            Men
                                           2.    Manawatu                                                   20.   Nelson
     6.    Canterbury                                                         1.    Canterbury
     7.    Southern                        3.    Northland/Tauranga                                         NATIONAL UNDER 15
                                                                              2.    Auckland
     8.    Auckland                        4.    Hawkes Bay                                                 TOURNAMENTS
                                                                              3.    Capital
                                           5.    North Harbour
     SENIOR NATIONAL                                                          4.    Southern                Boys
                                           6.    Auckland
     TOURNAMENT                                                               5=    Midlands                Napier, July 2007
                                           7.    Canterbury
                                                                              5=    Central                 1.     Canterbury
     Christchurch, September 2007          8.    Waikato
                                                                              7.    Northern                2.     Auckland
     Men                                   Men – Over 50                                                    3.     Tauranga
                                                                              Women
     NEWMAN’S CUP                          1.    Manawatu/Wanganui
                                                                              1.  Canterbury                4.     Bay of Plenty
     1.    Wellington                      2.    Canterbury
                                                                              2.  Northern                  5=     Waikato
     2.    Canterbury                      3=    Tauranga
                                                                              3.  Auckland                  5=     North Harbour
     3.    North Harbour                   3=    Nelson
                                                                              4.  Midlands                  7.     Nelson
     4.    Taranaki                        5=    Auckland
                                                                              5.  Central                   8.     Counties Manukau
     5.    Otago                           5=    North Harbour
                                                                              6.  Capital                   9.     Manawatu
     6.    Mid South Canterbury
                                           Men – Over 55                      7.  Southern                  10.    Wellington
     7.    Wairarapa
                                           1.    Canterbury                                                 11.    Otago
     8.    Manawatu                                                           NATIONAL UNDER 18
                                           2.    North Harbour                                              12.    Marlborough/Nelson
     Men                                   3.    Kaimai                       TOURNAMENTS                   13.    Hawkes Bay
     INDIA PLATE                                                              Boys                          14.    Wanganui
                                           4.    Northland
     1.    NZ Defence Force                                                   Christchurch, July 2007       15= Wairarapa
     2.    Bay of Plenty                   Women – Over 35
                                                                              1.     North Harbour          15= Thames Valley
     3.    Counties Manukau                1.  Waikato/Wanganui
                                                                              2.     Auckland               17.    Northland
     4.    NZ Police                       2.  Manawatu
                                                                              3.     Canterbury             18.    Southland
     5.    West Coast                      3.  Canterbury
                                                                              4.     Otago                  19.    South Canterbury
     6.    Southland                       4.  Auckland
                                                                              5.     Wellington             20.    Taranaki
                                           5.  North Harbour
     Women                                 6.  Wellington                     6.     Manawatu               Boys – Division 2
     FLOYD SHIELD                                                             7=     Waikato
                                           7.  Northland                                                    Stratford, July 2007
     1.    NZ Police                                                          7=     Hawkes Bay
                                           8.  Wairarapa                                                    1.      Poverty Bay
     2.    Canterbury                                                         9=     Wanganui
                                           9.  Hawkes Bay                                                   2.      Waikato B
     3.    North Harbour                                                      9=     Bay of Plenty          3.      Manawatu B
     4.    Waikato                         Women – Over 40                    11.    Counties Manukau       4.      North Harbour B
     5=    Nelson                          1.  Canterbury                     12.    Taranaki               5.      Canterbury B
     5=    Southland                       2.  Southern                       13.    Nelson                 6.      Auckland B
     7.    Otago                           3.  North Harbour                  14.    Northland              7.      Mid Canterbury
     8.    Hawkes Bay                      4.  Nelson                         15.    Tauranga               8.      Horowhenua
                                           5=  Waikato                        16.    Southland
     Women                                                                                                  9.      Wellington B
     HOLDEN CUP                            5=  Wellington                     17.    Wairarapa              10.     Hawkes Bay B
     1.    Central Otago                   7.  Auckland                       18.    Mid/South Canterbury   11= Bay of Plenty B
     2.    Counties Manukau                8.  Counties Manukau
                                                                                                            11= Wanganui B



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                                                                                                   DOMESTIC
                                                                                         COMPETITION RESULTS
13.    Taranaki B                  17.     South Canterbury                1.     Otago Boys’ High School           6.     Marlborough Boys’ College 2nd XI
Girls                              18.     West Coast                      2.     Wanganui Collegiate               7.     Buller High School
Nelson, July 2007                  19=     Nelson                          3.     St Kentigern College              8.     Heretaunga College
1.     Northland                   19=     Northland                       4.     Christ’s College                  9.     Darfield High School
2.     Auckland                    21.     Wanganui                        5.     Rotorua Boys’ High School
                                                                                                                    FOUNDERS CUP
3.     Canterbury                  22.     Mid Canterbury                  6.     Wanganui High School
                                                                                                                    Oamaru, August 2007
4.     Wellington                  23.     Otago                           7.     Timaru Boys’ High School
                                                                                                                    1.    Otamatea High School
5.     Hawkes Bay                  24.     Marlborough                     8.     Wellington College
                                                                                                                    2.    Orewa College
6.     Waikato                     Girls                                   9=     New Plymouth Boys’ High School
                                                                                                                    3.    Roncalli College
7.     North Harbour               COLLIER TROPHY                          9=     Bethlehem College
                                                                                                                    4.    Kings High School
8.     Bay of Plenty               Dunedin, September/October 2007         11=    Rosehill College
                                                                                                                    5.    Geraldine High School
9.     Taranaki                    1.    Canterbury                        11=    Hamilton Boys’ High School
                                                                                                                    6.    James Hargest College
10.    Eastern                     2.    Auckland                          13.    St Bede’s College
                                                                                                                    7=    Cromwell College
11.    Manawatu                    3.    Manawatu                          14.    Shirley Boys’ High School
                                                                                                                    7=    Greymouth High School
12.    Nelson                      4.    Taranaki                          15.    Waimea College
                                                                                                                    9.    St Peter’s College
13.    Tauranga                    5.    North Harbour                     16.    Kamo High School
                                                                                                                    10.   Verdon College
14.    Wairarapa                   6.    Canterbury B                      JOHNSON CUP                              11.   Taieri College
15.    Otago                       7=    Waikato                           Timaru, August 2007                      12.   Logan Park High School
16.    Counties Manukau            7=    Wairarapa                         1.     Ashburton College                 13.   St Kevin’s College
17.    South Canterbury            9.    Northland                         2.     Marlborough Boys’ College
                                   10.   Bay of Plenty                                                              OLYMPIC STICK
18.    Mid Canterbury                                                      3.     Nelson College
19.    West Coast                  11.   Wellington                                                                 Taupo, August 2007
                                                                           4.     Southland Boys’ High School
                                   12.   South Canterbury                                                           1.     Mt Albert Grammar School
Girls – Division 2                                                         5.     Bayfield High School
                                   13.   Nelson                                                                     2.     Central Hawkes Bay College
Blenheim, July 2007                                                        6.     Gore High School
                                   14.   Tauranga                                                                   3.     Northcote College
1.     Canterbury B                                                        7=     Nayland College
                                   15.   Hawkes Bay                                                                 4.     St Peter’s College (Auckland)
2.     Auckland B                                                          7=     Te Kura Kaupapa Maori
                                   16.   Thames Valley                                                              5=     Birkenhead College
3.     North Harbour B                                                            o Ruamata
                                   17.   Central Otago                                                              5=     Takapuna Grammar School
4.     Mid Canterbury                                                      9.     Rathkeale College
                                   18.   Otago                                                                      7.     Mt Roskill Grammar School
5=     Marlborough                                                         10.    Western Heights High School
                                   19.   Eastern                                                                    8.     Havelock North High School
5=     Manawatu B                                                          11.    Mountainview High School
                                   20.   Mid Canterbury                                                             9.     Hillcrest High School
7.     Horowhenua                                                          12.    Timaru Boys’ High School 2nd XI
                                   21.   North Otago                                                                10.    St Patrick’s College (Kilbirnie)
8.     Wairarapa B                                                         13.    Palmerston North Boys’ High
                                   22.   Horowhenua                               2nd XI                            11.    Raphael House
9=     Hawkes Bay B                                                                                                 12.    Taupo Nui-a-tia College
                                   23.   West Coast                        14.    Cashmere High School
9=     Central Otago                                                                                                13.    Kristin School
                                   24.   Counties Manukau                  15.    Waitaki Boys’ High School
11= Waikato B                                                                                                       14.    Tauhara College
                                   25.   Marlborough
11= Poverty Bay                                                            MAYHILL CUP                              15.    Mahurangi College
13= Wellington B                   NATIONAL SECONDARY                      Wanganui, August 2007                    16.    Rangitikei College
13= Otago B                        SCHOOLS TOURNAMENTS                     1.   Hutt International Boys’ School
15.    South Canterbury B                                                  2.   Lindisfarne College                 WOOLASTON TROPHY
                                   Boys
                                   RANKIN CUP                              3.   Hastings Boys’ High School          Pukekohe, August 2007
NATIONAL PRIMARY SCHOOLS                                                                                            1.    Tauranga Boys’ College 2nd XI
                                   Albany, August 2007                     4.   Rongotai College
U13 TOURNAMENTS                                                                                                     2.    Kelston Boys’ High School
                                   1.     Auckland Grammar School          5.   Hutt Valley High School
Boys                                                                       6.   Waiuku College                      3.    Rotorua Lakes High School
                                   2.     Palmerston North Boys’
HATCH CUP                                                                                                           4.    Pakuranga College
                                          High School                      7.   St Peter’s School
Tauranga, September/October 2007                                                                                    5.    Te Kauwhata College
                                   3=     Kings College                    8.   Otumoetai College
1.     Auckland                                                                                                     6.    Long Bay College
                                   3=     Tauranga Boys’ College           9.   Pukekohe High School
2.     Wellington                                                                                                   7.    Botany Downs Secondary College
                                   5.     Westlake Boys’ High School       10.  Macleans College
3.     Canterbury                                                                                                   8.    Trident High School
                                   6.     Rangitoto College                11.  Francis Douglas Memorial College
4.     Waikato                                                                                                      9.    Henderson High School
                                   7.     Christchurch Boys’ High School   12.  Auckland Grammar School 2nd XI
5.     Hawkes Bay                                                                                                   10.   Pukekohe High School
                                   8.     Burnside High School             13.  Scots College
6.     Bay of Plenty                                                                                                11.   Waihi College
                                   9.     Napier Boys’ High School         14.  Tararua College
7.     Taranaki                                                                                                     12.   Te Puke High School
                                   10.    Tawa College                     15.  Paraparaumu College
8.     Counties Manukau                                                                                             13= Kerikeri High School
                                   11= Wairarapa College                   16.  Gisborne Boys’ High School
9=     Tauranga                                                                                                     13= Katikati College
                                   11= St Andrew’s College
9=     North Harbour                                                       COACHES CUP
                                   13.    St Paul’s Collegiate                                                      GALLETLY CUP
11.    Wairarapa                                                           Blenheim, August 2007
                                   14.    Whangarei Boys’ High School                                               Tauranga, August 2007
12.    Manawatu                                                            1.     Whakatane High School
                                   15.    Massey High School                                                        1.     Feilding High School
13.    Counties Manukau B                                                  2.     Kapiti College
                                   16.    Hauraki Plains College                                                    2.     St John’s College (Hamilton)
14.    Thames Valley                                                       3.     Otorohanga College
15.    Southland                   INDIA SHIELD                            4.     Onslow College                    3.     Hamilton Boys’ High School 2nd XI
16.    Horowhenua                  Wellington, August 2007                 5.     Kuranui College                   4.     Matamata College



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     DOMESTIC
     COMPETITION RESULTS
     5=      Mt Maunganui College                16.    Diocesan School 2nd XI           2.      St Andrew’s College            14.    Thames High School
     5=      Aotea College                                                               3=      Southland Girls’ High School   15.    Makoura College
                                                 CHICA GILMER TROHPY
     7.      Cambridge High School                                                       3=      Darfield High School            16.    Taumaranui High School
                                                 Ashburton, August 2007
     8.      Chanel College                                                              5=      Greymouth High School
                                                 1.    Wanganui Collegiate                                                      SOUTH ISLAND MIXED
     Girls                                                                               5=      Gore High School 2nd XI
                                                 2.    Avonside Girls’ High School                                              Mataura, August 2007
     FEDERATION CUP                                                                      7=      Cromwell College
                                                 3=    Burnside High School                                                     1.    Central Southland College
     Christchurch, August 2007                                                           7=      Otago Girls’ High School
                                                 3=    Woodford House                                                           2.    Northern Southland College
     1.     Whangarei Girls’ High School                                                 9.      Cashmere High School
                                                 5.    Marlborough Girls’ High School                                           3.    Gore High School
     2.     Tauranga Girls’ College                                                      10.     St Hilda’s Collegiate 2nd XI
                                                 6.    James Hargest High School                                                4.    Fiordland College
     3=     St Cuthbert’s College                                                        11.     St Margaret’s College (Red)
                                                 7.    Marian College                                                           5.    Aurora College
     3=     St Margaret’s College                                                        12.     Queen’s High School
                                                 8.    Christchurch Girls’ High School                                          6.    Fiordland College 2nd XI
     5.     Rangi Ruru Girls’ School                   2nd XI                            13.     Menzies College
     6.     Westlake Girls’ High School          9.    Timaru Girls’ High School         KATE TROLOVE CUP                       AOTEAROA AUAHI KORE
     7.     Wairarapa College                    10.   Waimea College                    Napier, August 2007                    HAUPOI MAORI TOURNAMENT
     8.     Kamo High School                     11.   Chilton St James School           1.     Taradale High School            Palmerston North, October 2007
     9.     Christchurch Girls’ High School      12.   St Margaret’s College 2nd XI      2.     Massey High School              Men
     10.    Napier Girls’ High School            13= Waitaki Girls’ High School          3.     St Kentigern College            Winner – Aotea (Palmerston North)
     11.    Diocesan School for Girls            13= St Peter’s College (Gore)           4.     Matamata College
     12.    Macleans College                                                                                                    Women
                                                 15.   St Kevin’s College                5.     St Paul’s Collegiate
     13.    New Plymouth Girls’ High School                                                                                     Winner – Takitimu (Hawkes Bay/
                                                 16.   Mountainview High School          6.     Queen Margaret College
                                                                                                                                Wellington)
     14.    Wellington East Girls’ College                                               7.     Taupo Nui-a-tia College
                                                 EVELINE HANKERS MEMORIAL
     15= Ashburton College                                                               8.     Sacred Heart Girls’ College     NATIONAL INDIAN
                                                 Palmerston North, August 2007
     15= Villa Maria College                                                                    (Hamilton)                      TOURNAMENT
                                                 1.    St Peter’s School
                                                                                         9.     Wanganui Girls’ College
     MARIE FRY TROPHY                            2.    Wellington Girls’ College                                                Taupo & Rotorua, May/June 2007
     Hamilton, August 2007                                                               10.    Otorohanga College
                                                 3.    Mahurangi College                                                        Men’s A Grade
     1.     Waikato Diocesan School                                                      11.    Heretaunga College
                                                 4.    Iona College                                                             DYAN CHAND TROPHY
     2.     Samuel Marsden Collegiate            5.    Horowhenua College                MARY CLINTON CUP                       1.     Central District Indian Sports
     3.     Rangitoto College                    6.    Bethlehem College                 Ngatea, August 2007                           Club (first time winners)
     4.     St Matthew’s Collegiate              7.    Columba College                   1.    Mt Albert Grammar School         2.     Pukekohe Indian Sports Club A
     5.     Nelson College for Girls             8.    John Paul College                 2.    Mt Roskill Grammar School        3.     Auckland Indian Sports Club A
     6.     Kristin School                       9.    Pukekohe High School              3.    Feilding High School             4.     Wellington Indian Sports Club A
     7=     Palmerston North Girls’              10.   St Mary’s College (Wellington)    4.    Te Kauwhata College              5.     North Harbour Indian Sports
            High School                          11.   St Oran’s College                 5.    Rangitoto College 2nd XI                Club A
     7=     Rosehill College                     12.   Takapuna Grammar School           6.    Waikato Diocesan School 2nd XI   6.     Wellington Indian Sports Club B
     9.     Gore High School                     13.   Freyberg High School              7.    Baradene College                 Men’s B Grade
     10.    St Hilda’s Collegiate                14.   St Mary’s Diocesan School         8.    Fairfield College                 1.    Waikato Indian Sports Club
     11.    Dunstan High School                  15.   Bream Bay College                 9=    Kerikeri High School             2.    Bay of Plenty Indian Sports Club
     12.    Epsom Girls’ Grammar                 16.   Tawa College                      9=    Henderson High School            3.    Auckland Indian Sports Club B
     13.    Paraparaumu College                                                          11.   Pakuranga College
                                                 JENNY HAIR CUP                                                                 4.    Pukekohe Indian Sports Club B
     14.    Craighead Diocesan School                                                    12.   Kaipara College
                                                 Carterton, August 2007                                                         5.    North Harbour Indian Sports
     15.    Otumoetai College                                                            13= Te Aroha College                         Club B
     16.    Trident High School                  1.     Nga Tawa College
                                                 2.     Wanganui High School             13= Birkenhead College                  Women’s Grade
     AUDREY TIMLIN MEMORIAL                      3.     Hauraki Plains College           15.   Otamatea High School             1.   Wellington Indian Sports Club
     Rotorua, August 2007                        4.     Rotorua Lakes High School        16.   Avondale College                 2.   Pukekohe Indian Sports Club
     1.     St Cuthbert’s College 2nd XI         5.     Kuranui College                  Mixed                                  3.   Auckland Indian Sports Club
     2.     Whakatane High School                6.     Hawera High School               NORTH ISLAND MIXED
     3.     Hastings Girls’ High School                                                  Levin, August 2007                     NATIONAL UNIVERSITIES
                                                 7.     Hamilton’s Fraser High School
     4.     Western Heights High School                                                  1.      Waiopehu College
                                                                                                                                TOURNAMENT
                                                 8.     Aquinas College
     5.     Gisborne Girls’ High School          9=     Waiuku College                   2.      Pompallier Catholic College    Rotorua, April 2007
     6.     Hamilton Girls’ High School          9=     Long Bay High School             3.      Penrose High School            Men
     7.     Hillcrest High School                11.    Onslow College                   4.      Opunake High School            1.  Auckland University
     8.     Havelock North High School           12.    Katikati College                 5.      Lytton High School             2.  AUT
     9.     Northcote College                    13.    Tararua College                  6.      Naenae College                 3.  Waikato University
     10.    Carmel College                       14.    Te Puke High School              7=      Wanganui City College
                                                                                                                                Women
     11= Rotorua High School                     15.    Upper Hutt College               7=      Otaki College
                                                                                                                                1.  Otago University
     11= Rangi Ruru Girls’ School 2nd XI         16.    Chanel College                   9=      Spotswood College
                                                                                                                                2.  Massey University (Palmerston
     13.    Tauraroa Area School                                                         9=      Mt Hutt College
                                                 JENNY MCDONALD CUP                                                                 North)
     14.    Whangarei Girls’ High School                                                 11= Rodney College
                                                 Cromwell, August 2007                                                          3.  Auckland University
            2nd XI                                                                       11= Waiopehu College 2nd XI
     15.    Tauranga Girls’ High School 2nd XI   1.   South Canterbury Rural Combined
                                                                                         13.     Putaruru College



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