HOCKEY MANAWATU SECONDARY SCHOOL COMPETITION - Information Booklet 2018

 
HOCKEY MANAWATU SECONDARY SCHOOL COMPETITION - Information Booklet 2018
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    HOCKEY MANAWATU
    SECONDARY SCHOOL
       COMPETITION
       Information Booklet 2018
HOCKEY MANAWATU SECONDARY SCHOOL COMPETITION - Information Booklet 2018
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Contents
Important Dates .......................................................................................................................... 2
Season Information ....................................................................................................................... 3
  Teams Entries .......................................................................................................................... 3
  Playing Locations ...................................................................................................................... 4
  Allocation to Divisions ................................................................................................................ 7
  Challenging for a spot in the top 16 ................................................................................................ 7
  Fixture Protocols....................................................................................................................... 7
  Player Eligibility ....................................................................................................................... 9
  Registering Players .................................................................................................................... 9
  Player Eligibility Rules ................................................................................................................ 9
  Development Players ................................................................................................................. 10
  Penalties for Using Ineligible Participants ....................................................................................... 11
  Results .................................................................................................................................. 11
  Cancellations .......................................................................................................................... 11
  Special Requests ...................................................................................................................... 11
  Protests ................................................................................................................................. 13
  Complaints ............................................................................................................................. 13
Competition format ..................................................................................................................... 14
  Division 1 and 2 ....................................................................................................................... 14
  Development Divisions ............................................................................................................... 14
  Mixed.................................................................................................................................... 14
Appendices ............................................................................................................................... 15
  Preliminary Seedings for Divisions One and Two ................................................................................ 15
  Match Card template – photocopy and stick on cards each week. ........................................................... 17
  Hockey Manawatu 2018 SS Challenge Request Form ........................................................................... 18
  HOCKEY MANAWATU SECONDARY SCHOOL TURF FEES 1 JANUARY 2018 (HOURLY RATES) .............................. 19
  HOCKEY MANAWATU TURF / PAVILION RULES ................................................................................... 20
  Coaching Information and Help .................................................................................................... 21
  2018 DOMESTIC TOURNAMENTS – DATES & VENUES ............................................................................. 23
Teams and Contacts………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...........24 - 27
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Important Dates
Team entries due (all divisions)        27th March 2018

Final Seedings Released (div 1 and 2)   15 April 2018

Challenge Submissions Due               None

Challenges                              None

Draw released                           2nd May

Games commence (dependant on entries)   Week of 7th – 10th May

Mid Competition School Holidays         9th July to 20th July 2017

Queen’s Birthday                        4th June (No Hockey this day)

Semi-finals week                        D1 and 2 - 15 August and 16th August 2018

                                        D3 and Mixed 20th and 21st August

Finals Week                             D1 and 2 - 22nd August and 23rd August

                                        D3 and Mixed 27th and 28th August
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Season Information

The 2018 secondary school competition incorporates the changes made in 2017.
The largest and most important of these is the combining of divisions one and two at the start of
the season in a pool play structure so that the top eight teams each year play in division one.
In order to do this and so that teams are not affected by a changing of playing nights, division
one and two boys will play on a Wednesday night and division one and two girls will play on a
Thursday night.

Teams Entries

Entry into the HMI Secondary Competition is open to all affiliated members of HMI and teams
affiliated to other neighbouring associations provided both HMI and the other association
endorse the entry.
Teams must be entered online according to the information on the HMI website.

Players names and team allocation must be completed before the third game. (week 3)
Teams wishing to take part in challenges must complete their team registration form as a
requirement for their challenge to be accepted. More information can be found on these in the
challenges section of this booklet.
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Playing Locations

The HMI competition is played at a number of locations across the region

Games in Palmerston North will be played at the Twin
Turfs complex on Manawaroa Street

Games in Feilding will be played at the Feilding High
School Turf on Churcher Street Feilding

Games in Levin will be played at the Halliwell Turf at
Donnelly Park.
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Games in Wanganui will be played at the Wanganui
Collegiate School turf and the Gonville turf

Games in Pahiatua will be played at the Bush
Multisport turf on Huxley Street Pahiatua.
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Venue Hire
HMI Pavilion: - As your school is affiliated to Hockey Manawatu, if you are looking for a venue for fundraising or
holding an event, our venue is available to hire.
Like our clubs, schools affiliated to Hockey Manawatu are able to hire our venue with just a refundable deposit of
$100.00.
In 2016 we upgraded our Audio Visual/Sound System and redecorated the interior of our pavilion. Our venue is in a
top location and great for trivia nights, auctions, celebrations. Check out our website for more details or contact
our office.
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Competition Rules and Regulations
Allocation to Divisions

Divisions 1 2 and 3 are restricted to 8 boys and 8 girls teams. (or 16 in total on any one night)
The mixed division is able to accommodate up to 8 teams.
Teams will be allocated preliminary seedings in divisions based on their finishing positions at the end of
the 2017 season. These seedings can be found on page 16 of this booklet.

Challenging for a spot in the top 16

A 2nd XI team may challenge for a spot in the top 16 if one of the teams seeded 14, 15, or 16 is a 3rd XI or
more.
A team wishing to challenge another team must submit a challenge request form to
will@hockeymanawatu.org.nz no later than the 3rd of April. Challenges will then be organised for the
last week of term one.
Teams wishing to challenge are required to submit a registration form for that team with the challenge
request and these players must not be found to be registered for any other team for the season.
A team who is being challenged cannot turn down the challenge but can forfeit their sport in lieu of
playing the challenge match.

Fixture Protocols

All fixtures within the Competition shall be under the control of HMI.
All fixtures will be 30 minutes each way.
The Secondary Schools Committee shall decide dates, times and grounds for all fixtures in the
Competition to create a suitable draw. This will include the provision to rearrange fixtures for any
reason for the overall benefit of the Competition.
All fixtures are to be played with both teams fielding players that are eligible to play for their respective
teams. Player eligibility is outlined later in this section.
All fixtures shall commence at the time laid down in the Official Draw or at alternative times advised by
the Secondary Schools Committee. If for any reason play has not commenced within 5 minutes of that
time, the team unwilling or unable to proceed will be deemed to have defaulted the fixture. There will
be no deferments.
HMI shall provide official scorecards for all Competition fixtures. For Competition fixtures played in
Palmerston North or Horowhenua cards can be collected from the respective venues on the day of the
fixture.
Scorecards for games played in Feilding and Pahiatua are the responsibility of the home team to return
to HMI at the earliest convenience.
Prior to the commencement of a fixture, both teams are required to list the details of all players
expected to play in the fixture for their respective teams, listing the full given name and surname for
each player and shall be signed by a suitable team representative (i.e. captain, coach or manager) as a
correct list of players expected to play in the fixture. (Note: Players listed do not necessarily have to
take the field, but the minimum requirement is for the player to have been physically present on the
bench at some stage during the fixture.)
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The maximum number of players that may be listed on the scorecard per team is sixteen (16). The
minimum number of players on the field of play per team for at least some component of the remainder
of a fixture is eight (8).
If a team is unable to field at least eight players at any stage of a fixture for the remainder of the
fixture, the fixture is concluded immediately and awarded to the opposing team by way of forfeit.
For the sake of clarity, if a team falls below eight players as a result of a player being off the field
temporarily due to injury or as a result of a card issued by the umpires, then that team is not deemed to
be at less than eight players for the remainder of the fixture and the fixture is to continue.
On completion of a fixture, the following protocols are to be completed in the order listed:
       The umpires will ensure the final score is correctly recorded on the scorecard
       Both captains are to sign the scorecard as correct with regard to the final score and the players
       that participated in the fixture as noted by the umpires
       Any protest, complaints and/or comments concerning the fixture should be recorded in the
       appropriate section of the scorecard (or on a separate piece of paper and attached to the
       scorecard).
       Any injuries that may require treatment funded by ACC should be recorded in the appropriate
       section of the scorecard.
       Both umpires sign the scorecard, having added any comments of their own pertaining to the
       fixture, ensuring that the score and any cards issued, including any disciplinary points allocated.
       In instances where a red card is issued the umpires are to complete a 'Red Card Report form
       obtained from the HMI website or the HMI offices and submit the completed report to HMI before
       the conclusion of the next business day.
       All reports of transgression of these rules, or on misconduct, by players and/or managers/coaches
       and spectators, must be noted on the scorecard and/or complaints report.
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Player Eligibility

In order to be considered eligible to play in the HMI secondary school competition a player must be
attending the secondary school who’s team they are wishing to play for and be under the age of 19 at
the start of the season.
Players who attend a school that does not have a team are able to play for a school who does have a
team upon agreement between the Principals of the respective schools.

Registering Players

Affiliated Members must complete online an official HMI Registration Form to register the players for
each team entered in the Competition. Teams in division 1 and 2 are required to submit a completed
registration form prior to the competition beginning.
All other divisions are required to complete a registration form to be lodged with the HMI office by the
close of business preceding the third scheduled fixture for that team. The details required to be supplied
to HMI for each player are: grade, full name, address, phone number, email address, date of birth, and
previous year's grade.
Failure of an Affiliated Member to forward the completed Registration Form to HMI within the required
time deadline, as stated above, will result in a forgoing of points until the registration form is received.
Registration Forms that have not been received by HMI within one calendar month of the required time
deadline as stated above will result in the team's competition points gained reset to zero. No further
points will be earned by that team until such time as the Registration Form for that team is received.
At any time during the season that a team gains a new player, the Affiliated Member is required to
submit to HMI a revised Registration Form (preferably electronically to
coaching@hockeymanawatu.org.nz) that includes the additional player. This form must be provided prior
to the new player participating in any fixtures.
If the player is transferring from another Affiliated Member within Manawatu or another Association in
New Zealand, then it is also necessary to submit to HMI a completed Transfer Form prior to the new
player participating in any fixtures.
When a player is being re-registered from one team to another (as opposed to a new player), the advice
to be received by the HMI office is to include both: A new registration form for the player's new team
(including details of the new player), and A new registration form for the player's old team (deleting
reference to the player concerned)
Each team will register a minimum of thirteen (13) players. A team can register up to twenty (20)
'unique' names as desired (unique means the name cannot be included in any other team registration).

Player Eligibility Rules

These rules take effect from the start of the season and include all games played as part of the
competition.
No registered player is permitted to play in any division below that in which the team for which they are
registered is playing. In addition, if an Affiliated Member has multiple teams in the same division, no
players from any other team of the same Affiliated Member, are permitted to play for a team other than
the team that they are registered for. Teams may use players from teams in lower divisions subject to
the playing up criteria below.
Any player participating in a HMI Open Grade competition, (Divisions 1, 2, 3 and 4) is permitted to play in
the Secondary Schools Competition subject to approval by the Secondary Schools committee.
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Any player playing below Secondary School Division 1 may play a maximum of three (3) fixtures for the
highest ranked team that the Affiliated Member to which they are registered has entered in the
Competition without penalty. However, upon playing a fourth fixture for the highest team, that player
will automatically become a member of the highest graded team for the remainder of the season and
therefore no longer will be eligible to play for the team to which they were previously registered.
For goalkeepers the threshold in all instances is two fixtures greater than the applicable threshold stated
above. Therefore upon playing a sixth fixture for the highest team, that player will automatically
become a member of the higher graded team for the remainder of the season and therefore no longer
will be eligible to play for the team to which they were previously registered. Players may play as many
games in teams below the highest ranked team without penalty, subject to the above clauses.
(Note: a player is deemed to have played in a fixture if their name is included on the scorecard at the
start of the match and it is not permitted to remove a player's name from the scorecard at the
conclusion of the match if they did not take the field).
It is not possible for a player to be re-graded back down to their original team once they have played
four fixtures for the higher team of their Affiliated Member. If a team cannot afford to lose a player,
then it is the responsibility of Affiliated Member representatives and team officials to ensure the player
does not reach the four (4) fixture threshold that will make them no longer eligible to play for a team.

Development Players
Schools may nominate up to three players to play in their highest ranked team as ‘Development Players’.
These players are able to be registered and play in a lower ranked team, as well as playing for the
school’s highest ranked team.

Nominated players must be approved by the Secondary Schools Committee.

Nominated players must be clearly identified on the team registration form and on the match certificate
of any match that they participate in the higher grade.

The purpose of this rule is to allow players who would otherwise have limited playing time/opportunity
to gain experience playing for the school’s highest ranked team, while still getting game time for their
own team.

The Secondary Schools Committee reserves the right to re-grade players if the ‘spirit’ of this rule is not
being met.

Eligibility for Finals

For a player to be eligible to play in any fixture designated as a Championship final (e.g. semi-final,
final, classification playoff) for a team in the Competition, that player must have participated in at least
three non-final fixtures (e.g. round robin fixtures) for that Affiliated Member during the current season.

Dispensation can be applied for in writing to HMI for allowing registered players returning from injury or
lower grade players from the same Affiliated Member that have not achieved the three (3) fixture
threshold to be declared eligible to play in Championships finals fixtures if the team otherwise will have
insufficient players.

Fixtures played in Championship finals do not count towards the four (4) fixture threshold that requires a
player to automatically become a player of the higher team and no longer eligible for the lower team
within the Affiliated Member. This allows players to potentially be eligible for two teams or more during
the Championship finals fixtures.
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Penalties for Using Ineligible Participants

Any ineligible player found to have participated in a fixture will be deemed an illegal player and the
following penalties applied.
   •   In the first instance if a player is deemed to be playing illegally the team that they are playing for
       will lose all their points for that fixture.
       For the sake of clarity the opposition team is not credited the lost points and only get the points
       they earned (if any) in that fixture.
   •   If a player is identified to have played illegally a second time. All the teams that the player
       played for during that week of competition will lose their points.
It is the responsibility of team managers to ensure that the players playing in a particular fixture are
eligible before the take part in the match.

Results

All cards to be signed at the end of each game, if you do not sign the card you cannot dispute a result.
By signing the card you are confirming that the score is correct and that the players listed on the team
sheet are correct.
Games played outside Palmerston North require completed match cards. It is the responsibility of the
host team to ensure a match card is completed correctly and given to the umpires for the match and
then returned to HMI as soon as possible. These can be put into the box under the light switches.
Results for games played out of town are to be emailed to will@hockeymanawatu.org.nz within 24
hours of the match being played.

Cancellations

All efforts will be made to ensure games are played as scheduled, however in the event that a game
needs to be cancelled the following will apply.
Cancellations will be made in accordance with the HMI cancellation policies. They will be communicated
through Facebook, the HMI mobile app and a posting on the website.
The rescheduling of cancelled matches will be considered on a case by case basis however the time
constraints of the season do not allow for much manoeuvring.

Special Requests

The draw for all Competition fixtures that are known is produced prior to the commencement of each
competition with each division.
As a result, should a team wish to alter the time of its fixture on a particular date, it is the responsibility
of the team to arrange with any and all teams that may be a part of the desired solution to agree to the
alterations to the draw. Written agreement from all teams concerned must be provided to HMI at least
fourteen days (14) prior to the date of the altered fixtures for approval. If HMI approves the proposed
alterations, each team concerned will receive written notification that HMI has given approval and will
update the Competition draw accordingly.
Ii as team knows at the start of the season that they are going to be unable to play on a certain date at a
particular time or in a particular location this is to be made clear before the draw is produced. Special
requests for Draws and match times for the first five weeks of division 1 and two must be notified with
the team entry no later than the 21st April. Special requests for the round robin part of the competition
are to be notified no later than 16th June.
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Umpiring
Where it is possible, registered accredited umpires will be appointed to fixtures.
These umpires will be part of a development programme and given feedback by an approved mentor on a
regular basis.

All umpires will be overseen by an umpire’s manager who will be the point of contact for any umpiring
issues arising from a match. These will then be discussed in the appropriate manner with education being
the desired outcome of such a discussion.

Schools are invited to nominate umpires to be part of this development programme with the expectation
that they make themselves available to be appointed to games suitable to their level of umpiring.

Umpires are not to be confronted by players coaches or managers directly after a match of during half
time. It is asked that all concerns are first communicated to the on duty umpire mentor or senior umpire
appointed in their place.

If this occurs HMI reserves the right to investigate such incidents in accordance with the code of conduct.

Where it is not possible to appoint registered accredited umpires, the draw will specify the team or
teams responsible for providing umpires for a fixture.

Each school will be asked at the start of the season to advise who their umpire coordinator is and this
person will be sent information each week identifying the fixtures for which the school is required to
provide an umpire.

Any non-appearance of a school appointed umpire will be indicated on the scorecard. Fines may be
imposed for failing to supply an umpire when requested which will be used to recover the costs of finding
someone at short notice.

If an umpire belonging to a school fills in for the absence of the appointed umpire this must be noted on
the scorecard if credit, including financial benefit, is to be given to the school that actually provided the
umpire.

Where named umpires or their appointed substitutes do not arrive by the appointed commencement
time of the fixture, the rules of hockey shall be applied as per the FIH Rule Book - “Where Umpires do
not arrive, each team shall be responsible for supplying someone to umpire”. Where only one official
umpire is available, the two teams will share the second duty by arrangement.
Failure to comply with this requirement will result in the offending Affiliated Members defaulting the
fixture concerned.

Coaches and Managers
Hockey Manawatu is committed to delivering a positive culture and experience to the Hockey
community. All employees, coaches, managers and volunteers are encouraged to demonstrate exemplary
behaviour in order to protect players (including young people and children) in their care.
Coaches and managers are asked to familiarise themselves with the HMI code of conduct, available on
the HMI website and to understand the guiding principles behind them.
HMI reserves the right to investigate any reported or unreported breaches of the code of conduct at any
time throughout the season.
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Protests
If a team wishes to lodge a protest in relation to a completed fixture, then this must be indicated on the
match scorecard by writing ‘Under Protest’, or any other words to indicate that a protest is to be
submitted. The full nature of the protest must then either be included on the scorecard (if space
permits), written on a separate piece of paper and attached to the scorecard, or submitted in writing to
the HMI office by the 5.00 p.m. of the next business day following the completion of the fixture. The full
name and contact phone number of the person making the protest must be included on the scorecard,
the attached piece of paper or the written submission. Only teams involved in playing the match are
entitled to make a protest. (Protests regarding umpiring decisions cannot be heard. Protests of a
technical or procedural nature can be heard).
Protests will be considered by the relevant HMI match committee. The relevant committee is permitted
to gather whatever information is deemed necessary to assist in determining the outcome of the protest,
and will endeavour to hear the protest within 14 days of the disputed match and will notify the teams
and schools concerned within 48 hours of reaching that decision.

Right of Appeal
The process for any appeal of a decision made by the relevant HMI committee will be as follows:
       1. The appellant must submit in writing to the HMI office the aspect of the ‘Rules & Regulations’ of a
          specific HMI competition being appealed and/or the interpretation of those ‘Rules & Regulations’ being
          appealed and the basis for the appeal;

       2. The full Council of Clubs will consider the appeal, gathering whatever information is deemed necessary
          to assist in determining the outcome of the appeal, and will notify the teams and Clubs involved within
          48 hours of reaching that decision;

       3. If the teams involved are not satisfied by the outcome of the appeal, they are entitled to make a
       secondary appeal to the HMI Operations Manager. The decision made by the Operations Manager will be
       final.

Discretion
In any situation where the interpretation and/or application of HMI policies is unclear, the HMI
Operations Manager shall have the authority to interpret and adjudicate on the appropriate
interpretation and application, with the ‘spirit of the game’ to be the guiding principle in reaching a
reasonable decision in the best interests of the sport.

Penalty
The relevant HMI match committee has the ability to impose a penalty as they see fit and may include a
monetary penalty on the Club involved.

Complaints
An allegation of Misconduct can be made, by any person to the HMI Operations Manager.
The allegation of Misconduct should set out in writing, in as much detail as possible:
       a. the nature of the incident;
       b. the persons involved;
       c. the date(s) and time(s) when the alleged Misconduct occurred,
       d. together (“the Complaint”).
Complaints may be investigated by the HMI Operations Manager, or someone appointed to act on his
behalf, using the HMI Code of Conduct as the guiding document in any decision making. It should be
noted that a complaint does not need to be laid in order for the Operations Manager to initiate an
investigation, in his/her own right, if he/she considers there has been Misconduct.
The lodging of a complaint to the Operations Manager should be carried out within two weeks of the
incident occurring, at which point the Operations Manager may use their own discretion whether or not
to consider the complaint.
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 Competition format
 Division 1 and 2
 The top 16 secondary school teams for both boys and girls will play the following competition format
 with boys playing on Wednesday nights and girls playing on Thursday nights.

Weeks 1-3      Pool Play               Pool A Teams seeded 1, 8, 9, 16

                                       Pool B Teams seeded 2, 7, 10, 15

                                       Pool c Teams seeded 3, 6, 11, 14

                                       Pool D Teams seeded 4, 5, 12, 13

Week 4         Crossover Round 1        1A    vs   1B     1C   vs   1D
                                        4A    vs   4B     4C   vs   4D     Points retained from Pool
                                        2A    vs   3B     2C   vs   3D                Play
                                        3A    vs   2B     3C   vs   2D

Week 5         Crossover Round 2        1A    vs   1C     1B   vs   1D
                                        4A    vs   4C     4B   vs   4D      Points retained from R1
                                        3A    vs   2C     3B   vs   2D             Crossover
                                        2A    vs   3C     2B   vs   3D
  The loser of 4A v 4B will be replaced by Awatapu for week 5. The loser will become a D3
                                            team.
           Split Top 8/Bottom 8 based on points after pool play and R2 crossovers
Weeks 6-12     Round Robin                                                    Points reset to zero

Week 13                                   1   vs   4
                                          2   vs   3
               Semi-finals all teams
                                          5   vs   8
                                          6   vs   7

Week 14                                   1   v    2
                     Finals and
                                          3   V    4                   Final placings to determine
                   classification
                                          5   V    6                        seedings for 2019
                      matches
                                          7   v    8

 Development Divisions
 Tuesday night or Division three will see the remaining teams who do not make the top 16 play. This
 division is open to 8 boys and 8 girls teams. (or 16 in total)
 Division 3 Boys: 7 teams. 2 x round robin plus finals day = 15 weeks.
                  Finals placings decided on overall points 1 v 2, 3 v 4, etc for final placings.
 Division 3 Girls: 10 teams. 1 x round robin (9 weeks) Split into top 5 and bottom .
               Each group will round robin (5 weeks) 2 bye teams can play non-comp games each week.
               Finals based on points 1 v 2, 3 v 4, 5 v 1 (bottom pool) etc.

 Mixed
 This grades will play on a Monday night. Six teams in 2018 so we will play 3 x round robin (15 weeks)
 Winner decided on points.
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Appendices
Preliminary Seedings for Divisions One and Two

         2018 Team Rankings based on 2017 finishing positions
          Boys Rankings                    Girls Rankings
     1    Wanganui High School        1    Wanganui High
     2    Feilding                    2    Horowhenua
     3    Horowhenua College          3    Wanganui Collegiate
     4    Waiopehu College Wanganui   4    Feilding High
          Collegiate
     5    Wanganui Collegiate         5    Freyberg
     6    PNBHS 2                     6    PN Girls High 2
     7    Cornerstone                 7    Nga Tawa
     8    Freyberg                    8    Waiopehu
     9    BHS colts                   9    Wanganui Collegiate 2
    10    Rangitikei                  10   Awatapu
    11    PNBHS 3                     11   Feilding Dev
    12    PNBHS 4                     12   St Peters
    13    Feilding 2                  13   Dannevirke HS
    14    Tararua                     14   PN Girls High 3
    15    PNBHS Y9                    15   Tararua
    16    Dannevirke                  16   Feilding 3
    17    St Peters                   17   LAC
    18    PNBHS 6                     18   Nga Tawa 2
    19    PNBHS 7                     19   Freyberg 2
    20    Awatapu                     20   PNGHS 3
    21    Feilding 3                  21   Feilding Jnr A
    22    Feilding 4                  22   Rangitikei
    23    Taihape                     23   St Peters 2
    24    Cornerstone                 24   Feilding High Senior B
    25    Awatapu                     25   St Peters Jnr B
    26    Otaki
    27    Freyberg
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                                2017 Preliminary Seedings
                     Boys Seedings                                          Girls Seedings

     1XI                     Wild Card                   1XI                       Wild Card

1    Waiopehu College        BHS 3                  1    Waiopehu College          PN Girls High Junior A

2    Wanganui High School    BHS colts              2    Wanganui High             Feilding High Jr A

3    PNBHS 2                 BHS 4                  3    Wanganui Collegiate       PN Girls High 3

4    Wanganui Collegiate     BHS yr 9               4    Horowhenua                Feilding High 2

5    Horowhenua College      BHS 6                  5    Nga Tawa                  Nga Tawa 2

6    Feilding                Feilding 2             6    Feilding High             Feilding High Hostel

7    Freyberg                BHS 5                  7    PN Girls High 2           Freyberg Salamanders

8    Cornerstone             Feilding High Hostel   8    Freyberg                  Nga Tawa 3

9    Rangitikei              PN Boys High 8         9    Awatapu                   PN Girls High 4th X1

10   Dannevirke              Feilding High 3        10   Tararua                   Feilding High Senior B

11   Tararua                 PN Boys High 10        11   St Peters                 St Peters 2

12   St Peters               PN Boys High 9         12   Dannevirke HS

13   Awatapu                 PN Boys High 7         13   Longburn

14                           Freyberg 2             14   Rangitikei
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Match Card template – photocopy and stick on cards each week.

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                  Hockey Manawatu 2018 SS Challenge Request Form
               Must be submitted by   April 3rd   Email to will@hockeymanawatu.org.nz

SCHOOL:                                      CONTACT PERSON:

PHONE:                                         EMAIL:

               ________________________________________________
                                (Name of challenging team)

                           Current Seeding              ___________

                                        Wish to challenge

               ________________________________________________
                                (Name of team to challenge)

                           Current Seeding              ___________

Preferred challenge day and time ______________________________

We understand that the date and time of this challenge will be set by Hockey Manawatu during
the week of 10th to 13th April 2018 based on availability of the turfs and umpires.
We accept that we must have submitted a full team registration form prior to the
commencement of this challenge and that these players cannot be registered in any other team
during the season without authorisation from HMI.
We understand that to successfully be promoted to the top 16 that we must win our challenge
match in regulation time.
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                          HOCKEY MANAWATU SECONDARY SCHOOL TURF FEES 1 JANUARY 2018 (HOURLY RATES)
                                                                       Half Turf                                Full Turf
                  Practice Fees                           With lights            Without lights   With lights            Without lights
Secondary School (Peak rate 7pm - 9pm Mon-Thu               $         70.00                   N/A  $       130.00                       N/A
Secondary School (outside peak hours)                       $         40.00         $       35.00  $        70.00            $        60.00
               Interschool Games
Interschool games (per game outside of our 2017 Secondary
School Competition schedule of games. eg School exchange Napier
vs PNGHS                                                                                                                       $       50.00
      Day Time Booking (9am to 3.00pm)
Tournament incl complex per day (Schools)                                                                                      $      150.00
(Game Fees Additional)
                   School Activities
School Activities (for non Hockey Teams)                                        $15 per session or $300 for calendar year booking (March-Nov)
                      Game Fees
Club ( All teams entered into our Open Competition)                   $115.00
Secondary School                                                       $65.00             PER
              Secondary School 6 Aside
6 - Aside Entry Fee (No weekly turf fees)                         $    520.00
     Fixed Entry Fee (For Non Affiliated Teams)
Secondary School                                                                                                               $      200.00
                    Affiliation Fees
                                                                         HNZ              HMI
Secondary ( Per Team )                                                $203.41          $274.95                                 $      478.36
              Central Hockey Levies
Central Hockey Secondary ( Per Team )                                                                                          $       24.00
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HOCKEY MANAWATU TURF / PAVILION RULES

 •   Alcohol is not permitted to be brought into the facility AT ALL TIMES.
 •   Enter & Exit by GATES ONLY. Please refrain from climbing fences.
 •   Entrance and exit to the playing surfaces is at the gateways located by the front of the Pavilion.
 •   No climbing over or sitting on fences.
 •   Approved footwear only on the Turfs, i.e. rubber soles – no sprigs, cleats or metal fittings.
 •   Ensure footwear is clean and free of stones and dirt.
 •   Goalkeeper’s buckles must be covered to ensure no sharp edges protrude.
 •   No smoking, food, chewing gum or spitting is permitted on the Turfs.
 •   No glass bottles permitted on the surfaces. No plastic bottles to be left on the surfaces.
 •   Matches will commence at scheduled times. There will be no extension for lateness or injury unless advised by
     the Tournament Director.
 •   No personal gear or equipment is to be left inside the fence line of the Turf while matches are in progress.
 •   All rubbish, bindings, tapes must be removed from the Turf and disposed of in rubbish bins provided.
 •   Dugouts are for players and officials only.
 •   Report any damages to HMI office immediately
 •   Watering will take place as required.
 •   Video Tower Access is for Officials only. Key available from office.
 •   Please return all goals/equipment to their original position.

 PAVILION
 • Please respect our Venue at all times
 • No running, jumping inside the pavilion
 • No Bags, sticks or hockey equipment clothing etc allowed inside the pavilion
 • NO flyers/posters/notices of any kind to be placed on HMI pavilion / facility AT ALL TIMES
 • ANY notices/flyers you would like to be advertised within our facility/pavilion must be handed into our HMI
   office staff for approval.
 • We expect all Users and Supporters within our facility and pavilion to take care and ensure they clean up after
   themselves, place all rubbish and left over food in bins provided.
 • Any damage, vandalism or misbehaviour will not be tolerated. Any costs associated will be charged to the
   offender/s.
 • If you find or witness any behaviour causing damage to our facility please contact HMI office immediately.
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                                Coaching Information and Help
Kāhui Hockey Manawatu
An African proverb says:” if you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together”. That’s what
we believe. We would like to create a culture amongst coaches where we make each other better.
Individually we are not perfect, but we are perfect together.

Coach courses
In 2018 Kāhui Hockey Manawatu organizes the following courses:
• Free online course from Hockey New Zealand with certificate
    - It has an online and practical part. The online part consists of 5 modules, which you can follow in
       your own time. The practical part will be planned once enough coaches has followed the online
       course.
    - You can find the instruction + link to the online course on the website www.hockeymanawatu.org.nz.
       Just go to “coaching” and then courses.

•     Highly recommended coaching sessions
      Both in term 2 and term 3 we organize a 1-hour coaching session around a topic. It’s easy to attend since they are
      planned before or after your game. Groups will be max of 4/5 coaches which means lots of individual attention.
      The schedule:
      Week 19 : start of the competition
    Date                Workshop times                     Workshop topic                                    Location

    Workshops were planned from 7 till 10th                How to design game related exercises              pavilion
    May
    NB
    If you missed this one but are interested, please contact rdm@hockeymanawatu.org.nz to plan a day and time which
    suits you

           Week 30 : start term 3
    Date              Workshop times                             Workshop topic                              Location
                        NB if another time suits you better,
                        you are free to join that time
    Monday 23 July      4.30   – 5.30 pm (coaches 6.30 game)
                        5.30   -6.30 pm (coaches 4.15 game)      Principles of Modern Hockey
                        6.30   – 7.30 pm (coaches 5.30 game)     (if you have suggestion for other topics,   Pavilion
    Tuesday 24 July     4.30   – 5.30 pm (coaches 6.30 game)     please let us know)
                        5.30   -6.30 pm (coaches 4.15 game)
                        6.30   – 7.30 pm (coaches 5.30 game)
    Wednesday 25        4.30   – 5.30 pm (coaches 6.30 game)
    July                5.30   -6.30 pm (coaches 4.15 game)      Leading up to tournament; game
                        6.30   – 7.30 pm (coaches 5.30 game)     analyzation
    Thursday 26         4.30   – 5.30 pm (coaches 6.30 game)
    July                5.30   -6.30 pm (coaches 4.15 game)
                        6.30   – 7.30 pm (coaches 5.30 game)

•     Sport Manawatu Regional Sport conference
      - Kāhui Hockey Manawatu also wants to promote the Regional Sport conference from Sport Manawatu.
         It’s going to be on a Friday 29th June and last a whole day. Once we have more information we will
         inform you.

Coaching on the job
• Coaching on the job during the holidays.
    Would you like feedback on your coaching skills? Would you like to learn how to train your team? In
      the holiday’s you can train on the turfs from 5.30 till 6.30 pm with your team. You can choose if the
      RDM is the coach developer (you train your team) or the RDM gives training and you assist. There will
      be small costs for the turfs, RDM is free.
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       We also offering primary and secondary school players specific theme related trainings in the
        afternoon from 1.00 – 5.00 pm. Examples are: press defending, elimination etc. You are welcome to
        attend those sessions as a coach. No costs involved. If you are interested, just go to our website
        close to the holiday and look at “coaching” and then coaching on the job.

•   Individual or school coaching
    If you would like a workshop only for your school coaches, you can contact Nicolette van Zeijl
    (rdm@hockeymanawatu.org.nz). The costs are $30 per hour + travel expense. As individual coach you can have
    individual mentoring as well for the same price.

Free Fitness programme
Field Hockey has become a fast, explosive and powerful game. The physical component of the game has
become more important. You can train this by offering fitness sessions. The only problem with fitness
sessions; you can easily give the wrong exercise or the wrong weight, reps, series or time. All this leads to
not getting the results you want.

HMI would like to help you by providing a fitness programme for the whole winter season. This programme
ensures you are offering the fitness sessions suitable for hockey players in the phase of the competition they
are in. If you are interested, just send an email to rdm@hockeymanawatu.org.nz and it will be send to you.

PARENTS DAY
Kāhui hockey Manawatu organizes two PARENT DAYS. All parents and coaches who would like to more know
about the hockey game can register for this day. There are no costs involved. The parent day is planned
around a div 1 game, to learn while we are watching a game. The dates:
1. Saturday 23 June: workshop from 12.45 till 3 pm, with the men’s game at 1.30 College A versus Marist
2. Saturday 30th June: workshop from 2.15 till 4.30 pm with the girls game at 3 pm PNGHS versus College.
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              2018 DOMESTIC TOURNAMENTS – DATES & VENUES
  MAY       April 29th – 5th           National U21 Tournament                             Hamilton

  JUNE         2nd – 4th               National Indians Tournament                         Auckland

               6th – 8th              National University Tournament                        Auckland
 JULY          8th – 14th             National U18 Regional Tournament                      Dunedin
               9th – 14th             National U18 Men’s Association Tournament          North Harbour
               9th – 14th             National U18 Women’s Association Tournament       Palmerston North

                               Aon Secondary Schoolboy Tournaments
               3rd – 8th               Aon Rankin Cup & India Shield                        Tauranga
               3rd – 7th                Mayhill Cup*                                     BOP – Rotorua
               3rd – 7th                Founders Cup*                                   Palmerston North
               3rd – 7th                Johnson Cup*                                         Timaru
                                        Olympic Stick *                                     Auckland
               3rd – 7th
                                        Woolaston Trophy *                                    Levin
               3rd – 7th
                                        Coaches Cup*                                       Greymouth
               3rd – 7th               Galletly Cup* (2nd XI Tnmt)                          Hamilton
               3rd – 7th
                               Aon Secondary Schoolgirl Tournaments
                                      Aon Federation Cup & Marie Fry Trophy                Whangarei
               3rd – 8th               Chica Gilmer Trophy*                                Pukekohe
SEPTEMBER      3rd – 7th
               3rd – 7th                Jenny Hair Cup*                                    Carterton
               3rd – 7th               Audrey Timlin Memorial*                            Invercargill
               3rd – 7th                Kate Trolove Cup*                                  Stratford
               3rd – 7th               Eveline Hankers Memorial                           BOP – Taupo
               3rd – 7th                Mary Clinton Cup*                                 Hawke’s Bay
               3rd – 7th               Rosemary O’Brien Cup*                               Gisborne
               3rd – 7th              South Island Tier 4 Secondary School Tournament      Cromwell
               3rd – 7th                Jenny McDonald Cup*                                  Gore
               3rd – 7th               Chris Arthur Cup* (2nd XI Tnmt)                     Ashburton

                               Secondary School Mixed Tournaments
               3rd – 7th               North Island Mixed Tournament*                      Wanganui
               3rd – 7th               South Island Mixed Tournament*                       Oamaru
                  9th                  Ford NHL Round 1
              15th – 23rd              Ford Rds 2 – 6 plus finals                           Various -
                                                                                           Wellington
              16th – 22nd             Ford National Association Tournament                 Wellington

               1st – 6th               U15 Boys Premier Tournament                        Christchurch
               1st – 6th               U15 Girls Premier Tournament                       Hawke’s Bay
OCTOBER         1st – 6th              U15 Boys Championship Tournament                     Dunedin
                1st – 6th              U15 Girls Championship Tournament                   Carterton
               8th – 13th             National U13 Boys Hatch Cup Tournament                 Nelson
               8th – 13th             National U13 Girls Collier Trophy Tournament       North Harbour
              20th – 22nd              National Maori Tournament
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    School       Div       Team Name         Name                                  E mail                  Phone         Phone
CORNERSTONE      Div 1   Cornerstone Boys    Jannell      Eade           jannell@cornerstone.ac.nz        3567326      272526045       Coach
  CHRISTIAN      Boys
   SCHOOL
FEILDING HIGH    Div 1      All Fld Boys     Brandon     Roach          broach@feildinghigh.school.nz                  278051437     Coach,Other
   SCHOOL        Boys
    PNBHS        Div 1     PNBHS 2nd XI       David    Tomlinson         tomlinsond@pnbhs.school.nz       3561702      212274106      Manager
                 Boys
  WAIOPEHU       Div 1    Waiopehu 1st XI    Jordan      Bignell-          littlejtupara@gmail.com                     221006108       Coach
  COLLEGE        Boys                                    Tupara
  WAIOPEHU       Div 1   Waiopehu Boys 1st   Mikaela      Greig          mikaelagre@waiopehu.ac.nz                     272971752        Other
  COLLEGE        Boys           XI

WANGANUI HIGH    Div 1    Wanganui High      Darrell     Hoskin          darrell@hoskincarriers.co.nz     63447002     274370095      Manager
   SCHOOL        Boys        School

   AWATAPU       Div 1    Awatapu 1st X1      Maria      Reiche         marialaurareiche@gmail.com        63570212     279495516       Coach
    COLLEGE      Girls
 FEILDING HIGH   Div 1     FAHS Girls 1st    Raewyn      Beattie       rbeattie@feildinghigh.school.nz                  021 081       Manager
    SCHOOL       Girls                                                                                                   56478
 FEILDING HIGH   Div 1   FAHS 1st XI Girls    Pippa      Norman              pippajn@gmail.com                         272468284      Assistant
    SCHOOL       Girls                                                                                                                 Coach
 FEILDING HIGH   Div 1     Feilding high      Jed      Stewardson-      J.stewardsonhill@outlook.com                   225388580       Coach
    SCHOOL       Girls     school first XI                 Hill
FREYBERG HIGH    Div 1    Freyberg 1st XI    Brooke       Batley           Batleyb@freyberg.ac.nz                      278711920       Coach
    SCHOOL       Girls       Girls team
 HOROWHENUA      Div 1      Horowhenua       Melanie     Davies        mdavies@horowhenua.school.nz      063670390 (   2102992755      Assistant
    COLLEGE      Girls    College 1st X1                                                                   home)                    Coach,Manager
 HOROWHENUA                 Horowhenua       Marika     Holloway     mholloway@horowhenua.school.nz
    COLLEGE               College 1st X1
   NGA TAWA      Div 1     Nga Tawa 1st       Carla       Jones            carla.burt1@gmail.com                         027 211       Coach
    COLLEGE      Girls                                                                                                    2031
     PNGHS       Div 1      PNGHS 2XI         Amy       Johnson       Hockey_amyjohnson@hotmail.com                    2102981663      Coach
                 Girls
    PNGHS        Div 1     PNGHS 2nd XI      Hilary      Martin           h.martin@pnghs.school.nz                     274619444      Manager
                 Girls
    PNGHS        Div 1     PNGHS: 3rd XI     Imogen      McRae           imogenmcr@pnghs.school.nz                     211804009       Coach
                 Girls
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   PNGHS        Div 1       PNGHS 3           Jenna        Peel           jennapee@pnghs.school.nz          63564511     276678002       Coach
                Girls
   PNGHS        Div 1        PNGHS            Jordan      Peters          j.peters@pnghs.school.nz                       212384197      Manager
                Girls
  WAIOPEHU      Div 1    Waiopehu 1st X1     Samantha     Knight     SamanthaGraceKnight@hotmail.com                     278485443       Coach
   COLLEGE      Girls
  WANGANUI      Div 1      WCS 1st XI         Anna        Symes        anna.symes@collegiate.school.nz     06 3425780    275045171       Coach
 COLLEGIATE     Girls
WANGANUI HIGH   Div 1         WHS             Elaine      Baker           mrsmabakes@hotmail.com           06 34 26878   272440899      Manager
   SCHOOL       Girls
WANGANUI HIGH   Div 1         WHS             Robyn       Smith             bobndodd@xtra.co.nz            06 347 2468    027 603       Manager
   SCHOOL       Girls                                                                                                      9572

FREYBERG HIGH   Div 2         1st XI          Jason     Edgecombe            Jedge40@Gmail.com             06 3258668    21980715        Coach
   SCHOOL       Boys
    PNBHS       Div 2       BHS Colts         Bruce     Kensington      kensingtonb@pnbhs.school.nz                      272755022       Coach
                Boys
    PNBHS       Div 2     PNBHS Year 9         Mark      Leighton        leightonm@pnbhs.school.nz         211141723     211141723       Coach
                Boys
    PNBHS       Div 2    PNBHS U15 Colts       Sue        Taylor           taylors@pnbhs.school.nz          3545176      2102422638     Manager
                Boys
    PNBHS       Div 2      Pnbhs 3rd xi       Jason     Woodman            Woody@pnbhs.school.nz                         273306882    Coach,Manager
                Boys
  RANGITIKEI    Div 2   Rangitikei College   Matthew       Belk               Belk96@xtra.co.nz            06 3275267    272742591       Coach
   COLLEGE      Boys       Boys 1st XI
  RANGITIKEI    Div 2   Rangitikei College   Michelle      Belk       mbelk@rangitikeicollege.school.nz     63277024     272742591      Manager
   COLLEGE      Boys       Boys 1st XI
   TARARUA      Div 2    Tararua college      Becky     Anderson           mattandbec@xtra.co.nz           2102235632    2102235632     Manager
   COLLEGE      Boys          1st X1
   TARARUA      Div 2    Tararua College      Karen      Belcher            tkbelcher@xtra.co.nz                         274192299      Manager
   COLLEGE      Boys       Boys 1st XI
   TARARUA      Div 2    Tararua College     Andrew       Wylie             theboys18@icloud.com                         21820878        Coach
   COLLEGE      Boys       Boys 1st XI

 DANNEVIRKE     Div 2    Dannevirke High      Tania      Kilkolly          tania.kilkolly@xtra.co.nz       6463746994    276001065      Assistant
HIGH SCHOOL     Girls        School                                                                                                      Coach
 DANNEVIRKE     Div 2    Dannevirke High       Ally      MacKay      allymackay@dannevirkehigh.school.nz    63748302        027         Manager
HIGH SCHOOL     Girls      School Girls                                                                                   4186364
 DANNEVIRKE     Div 2    Dannevirke High      Shayla    Treleaven       shaylatreleaven101@gmail.com       6463746994    275294303       Coach
HIGH SCHOOL     Girls    School Girls 1st
FEILDING HIGH   Div 2   FAHS Development      Cecile      Ellery        cellery@feildinghigh.school.nz     06 323 4029   272526495      Manager
   SCHOOL       Girls
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  ST PETERS      Div 2   St Peter's College      Jill      Jonasen             j.jonasen@ucol.ac.nz                                027 260       Manager
   COLLEGE       Girls                                                                                                              9026
  ST PETERS      Div 2    St Peters 1 st XI    Narelle    O'connor              nociboc@xtra.co.nz                06 3291733      272422215       Coach
   COLLEGE       Girls
   TARARUA       Div 2    Tararua College      Bridget     Bailey      sportscoord@tararuacollege.school.nz      063768344 ext    272416604      Manager
   COLLEGE       Girls      Girls 1st X1                                                                              220
   TARARUA       Div 2    Tararua College      Kirsten    Waterman     sportscoord@tararuacollege.school.nz                       0211311575      Coach
   COLLEGE       Girls      Girls 1st X1

  AWATAPU        Div 3   Awatapu Boys 1st       Maree     Thomspon         thompson@awatapu.school.nz                             212560041      Manager
   COLLEGE       Boys           XI
 DANNEVIRKE      Div 3   Dannevirke High       Charlie     Menzies    charliemenzies@dannevirkehigh.school.nz   work 06-3748302   273585902    Coach,Manager
HIGH SCHOOL      Boys      Boy's 1st 11
 DANNEVIRKE      Div 3      DHS boys            Liam      Sandbrook   Liamsandbrook@dannevirkehigh.school.nz      273813923       273813923    Coach,Manager
HIGH SCHOOL      Boys
FEILDING HIGH    Div 3   Feilding High Red     corvett      black           corvett_black@hotmail.com             274226551       274226551       Coach
   SCHOOL        Boys           team
    PNBHS        Div 3       PNBHS 6XI          Todd      Gunning            gunningt@pnbhs.school.nz                             275517038       Coach
                 Boys
  ST PETERS      Div 3    SPC Boys 1st XI       Laurel     Winiata              winiata2@gmail.com                 3536415        21385606       Manager
   COLLEGE       Boys
  ST PETERS      Div 3    SPC Boys 1st XI      Sheridan    Bonner          holden_brock@hotmail.com                               0211315069      Coach
   COLLEGE       Boys

 FEILDING HIGH   Div 3   FAHS Girls Hostel     Hayley     Anderson       handerson@feildinghigh.school.nz                         273286641      Manager
    SCHOOL       Girls
 FEILDING HIGH   Div 3   Feilding high Blue      Gill     Atkinson        gatkinson@feildinghigh.school.nz                        274051675       Coach
    SCHOOL       Girls
 FEILDING HIGH   Div 3   FAHS Junior A girls    Baden     Cameron              noremacci@gmail.com              06 3275349 home    027 828       Assistant
    SCHOOL       Girls                                                                                          06 3278229 work     2481          Coach
 FEILDING HIGH   Div 3     FAHS Junior A        Megan       Liddy          mliddy@feildinghigh.school.nz         +64 6 323 4029   212608235      Manager
    SCHOOL       Girls          Girls
 FEILDING HIGH   Div 3      Feilding Red        karen      higgie          khiggie@feildinghigh.school.nz          63234028       272236454      Manager
    SCHOOL       Girls     (Whero) Team
FREYBERG HIGH    Div 3        Freyberg          Andre      Jacobs             jacobsa@freyberg.ac.nz              212967367       212967367       Coach
    SCHOOL       Girls      Development
   LONGBURN      Div 3           LAC             Bex        King              rebeccak@lac.school.nz               63541059       272333171       Coach
   ADVENTIST     Girls
    COLLEGE
   LONGBURN      Div 3          LAC            Rachel       Paki               rachelp@lac.school.nz                               021 023       Manager
   ADVENTIST     Girls                                                                                                              37728
    COLLEGE
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  NGA TAWA      Div 3       Nga Tawa          Sarah      Hobden           sarah.hobden@hotmail.com                           273315299       Coach
   COLLEGE      Girls
    PNGHS       Div 3     PNGHS 5th XI        Julie       Bolton            jabolton@hotmail.co.nz                           273696519      Manager
                Girls
   PNGHS        Div 3     PNGHS 5TH XI       Breahnna    McIntosh        breahnnamci@pnghs.school.nz         (06) 3533363    220297583       Coach
                Girls
   PNGHS        Div 3      PNGHS 4XI         Cydney       O'Hara          cydneyoha@pnghs.school.nz          (06) 353 1243    027 326        Coach
                Girls                                                                                                          5613
   PNGHS        Div 3     PNGHS 5TH XI        Holly      Williams          hollyand@pnghs.school.nz                          224368729       Coach
                Girls
 RANGITIKEI     Div 3    Rangitikei 1st X1    Tracey     Hawkins      thawkins@rangitikeicollege.school.nz    272916631      272916631       Coach
  COLLEGE       Girls

   AWATAPU      Div 4        AWATAS           Bruce       Reiche               reiche@xtra.co.nz             6463570212      272954741    Coach,Manager
   COLLEGE      Mixed
 CORNERSTONE    Div 4   Cornerstone Mixed     Braden     Simpson            simpsons@inpire.net.nz             63572422      211156158    Coach,Manager
  CHRISTIAN     Mixed
    SCHOOL
FREYBERG HIGH   Div 4    Freyberg Mixed       Kieran      Collier           Collierk@freyber.ac.nz                           274374493       Coach
    SCHOOL      Mixed         Team
  MANAWATU      Div 4   Manawatu College     Nathan       Webb       nwebb@manawatucollege.school.nz         063636550       0275309868     Manager
   COLLEGE      Mixed         Mixed
OTAKI COLLEGE   Div 4   Otaki Mixed team      Emma      Vodanovich       Vodanovichemma@gmail.com             06 3646111     211800930       Coach
                Mixed
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