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Clubs New Zealand Tournament Dates for 2023
21 December 2022
The 2023 Clubs New Zealand sporting calendar will be kicking off on January 15th with the South Island Men's Fours Lawn Bowls, hosted by the Oamaru Club. Once again we have produced a one page easy to print calendar showing all Clubs New Zealand tournaments by month and by sport.
Clubs New Zealand 2022 Sport $2,000 Prezzy Card Winner is....
6 December 2022
The draw to find the winner of the 2022 Clubs New Zealand Sport $2,000 Prezzy Card Voucher, was recently conducted by Clubs New Zealand President, Terry Ray. We would like to congratulate the winner, Sally Davies of the Tauranga Citizens Club.
Sally entered the draw by participating in the Clubs New Zealand 2022 National Women's Indoor Bowls Tournament, that was hosted by the Richmond Club in July.
Sports Update in response to Omicron
27 January 2022
We are once again devastated to be announcing the cancellation and/or postponement of several Clubs New Zealand Sports Tournaments.
We are in communication with host clubs and the convenors of upcoming tournaments to work through the various options and make decisions that are in best interests of the club and the participants. These decisions are not easy to make, and we know that the host clubs and convenors have poured hours into preparing for the tournaments.
Clubs New Zealand 2021 Sport $2,000 Prezzy Card Winner is....
6 December 2021
The draw to find the winner of the 2021 Clubs New Zealand Sport $2,000 Prezzy Card Voucher was recently conducted and we would like to congratulate this years winner Sid Waiparata of the Porirua Club.
Sid entered the draw by completing the entry form when participating in the Clubs New Zealand 2021 National Euchre Tournament that was recently hosted by the Porirua Club.
Investing in Clubs Sports 2021
28 January 2021
In 2018 the Clubs New Zealand Board made a commitment to invest in Clubs New Zealand Sport. Part of that investment has been in securing merchandise for participants, the continuation of prize draws and the ongoing review of Clubs New Zealand Sports.
Based on a review of feedback from host clubs and players we are going to implement some immediate changes to the Clubs New Zealand sports prize draws in 2021. These changes will be monitored throughout the year with a view to introduce a fully revamped Clubs Sport offering ready for 2022.
Clubs New Zealand Tournament Dates for 2021
17 December 2020
The 2021 Clubs New Zealand sporting calendar is jam packed and ready to start on February 6th with the South Island Men's Golf Teams Tournament, hosted by Oxford Club.
Once again we have produced a one page easy to print calendar showing all Clubs New Zealand tournaments by month and by sport.
Clubs New Zealand 2020 Sport $2,000 Prezzy Card Winner is....
8 December 2020
The draw to find the winner of the 2020 Clubs New Zealand Sport $2,000 Prezzy Card Voucher was recently conducted and we would like to congratulate this years winner Neil Filer of the Dannevirke Services & Citizens Club
Neil entered the draw by completing the entry form when participating in the Clubs New Zealand 2020 National Trout Fishing Tournament that was recently hosted by the Rotorua Citizens Club.
Sports and Tournaments under Alert Level 2
20 August 2020
Sporting activities need to be completely separate from your food and beverage operation, this means members cannot have a drink or a meal while engaging in the sporting activity. If they decide they want a drink or meal they must completely cease the sporting activity and go be seated, separated and served as per the hospitality rules.
28 May 2020
We know there are a lot of club members who are eager to get club sport back up and running and level 2 does present opportunities for recreation and sport to resume, but it is not business as usual and clubs must ensure that they can meet the Government requirements and that members are informed and able to cooperate with those requirements.
As per the Sport New Zealand Guidelines 'commercial' sporting venues including those with bar/cafe/restaurant facilities are able to open (hospitality operations must meet the public health guidelines for these operations.)
Clubs New Zealand Sports Tournament Update
6 May 2020
For Clubs New Zealand, our tournaments have always provided a special opportunity for our club community to come together with others to share common interests and engage in a bit of friendly (but often fierce) competition.
As the COVID-19 situation has continued to evolve, our priority has been to ensure the health and safety of our club members, employees, partners and communities. With this in mind, we made the difficult decision to cancel Clubs New Zealand sports tournaments up until 31 August 2020.