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Sport Maker

Reward a Waikato based Sport Maker by

nominating them now!


From the coaches and officials, to the uniform washers and administrators, a Sport Maker is someone who volunteers their time and effort for sport in the Waikato region.

Nominate the Sport Maker that makes a difference in your sport by clicking on the link below. All nominees go in the draw for the chance to receive some awesome sporting gear!

Take the time to nominate and reward a local Sport Maker who helps you and your sport.





Ella Williams, surfing champion

NOMINEE DETAILS
 
 
All Waikato region based Sportmaker nominees will receive written recognition of their nomination via post. Please ensure correct postal address is provided.
Note: the Waikato District includes Ngaruawahia, Huntly, Raglan, Matangi, Tamahere, Te Kauwhata, Meremere, Pokeno, Tuakau and Port Waikato
All Waikato region based nominees go in a draw for the chance to receive sporting gear
NOMINATOR DETAILS
 
 
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Marty Vickers from Te Awamutu Hockey Club talks to Sport Waikato about his role as a Sport Maker (Sport Volunteer) and what it means to him.



Raglan Area School Basketball coach Dirk de Ruysscher talks to Sport Waikato about his role as a Sport Maker (Sport Volunteer) and what it means to him.



Vailahi Tafuna from Berkley Normal Middle School talks to Sport Waikato about her role as a Sport Maker (Sport Volunteer) with the NZ Wheelchair Tennis Open.



Tokoroa Mountain Bike Club member Warren Goodhue talks to Sport Waikato about his role as a Sport Maker (Sport Volunteer) and what it means to him.



Huntly Social Basketball timekeeper Mya Terehia Hill-Moana talks to Sport Waikato about her role as a Sport Maker (Sport Volunteer) and what it means to her.



Peter Bennett from Morrinsville Cricket Association talks to Sport Waikato about his role as a Sport Maker (Sport Volunteer) and what it means to him.

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