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AIMS Games, Sunday 8 – Friday 13 September, Tauranga Halberg Games, Friday 11- Sunday 13 October, King's College in Auckland This year we’ve got 11 Youth competing in the Halberg Games in Auckland, with 4 first time competitors. Our athletes have been training hard! Each receiving a personalised training programme for the sports they’ll be competing in. These have been
Elly Hunt is the newest member to our Parafed BOP Board. Elly is a full time Massage Therapist for Bureta Physio as well as the Business Development Manager. Some of you may have met Elly at the 2019 Festival of Disability Sport or at recent member meetings she has been attending. Elly is working her magic across our Parafed BOP Facebook page and developing a marketing strategy for the Clu
Wednesday 18th September Have a go, 10am to 1pm Parafed BOP goes on the road with Boccia, WC Basketball and WC Rugby to Kawerau, celebrating Disability Pride Week. Three codes will share their wares at Ron Hardie Recreation Centre for any disabled people living in the EBOP region to come have a look and try the games. Saturday 21st & Sunday 22nd September
Some of the country's best wheelchair rugby players went head-to-head this weekend for the 2019 NZ Wheelchair Rugby National Championship. Well done to the Parafed Bay of Plenty Steam Rollers on their 4th place finish. The team fought until the end of every game giving 100% effort. A special congratulations to the Steam Rollers Australian import Cameron Whittaker for claiming the
We recently caught up with Wheelchair Rugby rising star Paul Hale from Edgecumbe. Managing to squeeze in a call before he started his Wheel Black’s training camp in Palmerston North, Paul is a busy guy! Paul’s only been playing wheelchair rugby two years. Through his own drive and determination, he’s managed to secure himself a spot in the Wheel Blacks squad and is a valued me
TAURANGA Every alternative Monday beginning May 6th 3.30pm - 4.30pm Memorial Hall, QEYC Athletics, Boccia, Wheelchair Sports and Team Sports ROTORUA Every Thursday beginning May 2nd 3.30pm-4.45pm Lynmore Primary School Gym Athletics, Boccia, Wheelchair Sports and Team Sports
Congratulations to the below recipiants who took out the awards at the Festival of Disability Sport 2019. Emerging Talent Award Toby Lipinski, Powerchair Football Coach of the Year Alistair Eagleson, Sailability Sportswoman of the Year Susan Curran, Blind Lawn Bowls Sportsman of the Year Paul Hale, Wheelchair Rugby Parafed BOP Service to Disability
Youth programme - Table Tennis Tauranga Table Tennis SNAG Golf - Bay of Plenty Golf - Cylcling/Rowing - Concept 2 - Boccia -Bay Boccia 15 youth had their passports stamped as they spent 30mplus sessions at these sports. As they completed them, their passports went into the draw for the spot prizes Congratulations to Tama fro Gisborne, Jacob from Whakatane and Whakapou from Rotorua. On the mai
BOCCIA: GET ROLLING NEWSLETTER February 2019 Our Vision : To develop boccia in New Zealand ensuring it is sustainable, inclusive and progressive; and to be the world's leading boccia nation. Our Mission : To promote and support the sport of boccia amongst all people with a physical disability throughout New Zealand.Hi and welcome to the New Year. Boccia New Zealand trusts everyone h
Parafed Youth under the guidance of Jo Jackson, coach, have been meeting weekly to train towards their athletic competition. This month we met some new youth at the Primary School athletics and look forward to meeting more at the Youth Disability Sports Day to be held at Rotorua Intermediate school 9am - 1pm 5th December
Look at what we got up to over the weekend! A Team of 12 athletes trained to participate and compete at the Games. Ellie Jones and her family were unable to attend - we missed you - however this is a glimpse of what the friends , family, supporters and Bay of Plenty athletes got up to https://halberggames.co.nz/results-2018/
What a weekend! Bay of Plenty Wheelchair Rugby should br extremely proudafter their first ever8.0 National's Tournament. All goals have been acheived and then some. Having attended prisegiving fellow team member Johnny Sligo reported back that Bay of Plenty scooped thre awards. Best 1,5 Amanda lowry Most improved Tyler Jennings
Congratulations Will Morgan one of our younger members of Parafed BOP Aspiring Youth Team Will who attends Pongakawa School, took 3rd place in the Boys section at the Primary School Gymnastics competitions. Aspiring Youth will be holding a gymnastics session with Argos Gym September 21 to ready the team for their Halberg Games journey. There is also wheelchair basketball in the Northern
Aspiring Youth Holiday Programme - Rotorua The first week of school holidays we met at Westbrook Promary School, who gave us the use of their beautiful school Hall. Jo Jackson our fantastic support volunteer helped run the day after learning how to referee Boccia. Dave MC Calman from Halberg ran a session on wheelchair basketball which all 7 youth their siblings and parents th
Congratulations to our NZ reps from the Bay of Plenty-Squad member Toby and Assistant Coach Murray Lipinski
Two members of the Bay of Plenty Powerchair Football club (Toby Lipinski & Jacob Lane) joined forces with two from Northland Powerchair Football club (Brennan Massey & Barry de Geest ) and entered as BOPLAND Taupo 7 th 8 th 9 th July Day one of NZPF Nationals. 7 th July Opening game was Bopland (Bay of Plenty & Northla
Aspiring Youth continue to meet regularly, trialling new sports, gaining new members and welcoming a new volunteer to the Team. Last Thursday 10 youth supported by their mums, teacher or teacher aide met at Memorial Hall for a catch up on whats happening with the AIMS and Halberg Games. Para Table Tennis is another sport added to the AIMs games as a choice of pathway for either local club
This month, the Bay of Plenty Powerchair Football club attended the Waikato ParaFed Activ 8 Tournament in Morrinsville. We won the first two games and only needed to draw the last to take out the title. But it wasn't to be beaten by 3 goals to one in the last match to come second in the Tournament Even a New player take to the court on her second ever visit to a Powerchair football event.
Parafed Bay of Plenty Youth Development Programme - Aspiring Youth, will have their second session - meeingt at Tauranga Domain, 10am, 24 May, to learn skills for cross country and athletics field events. They will have assistance from Jack McSweeney, the Bays up and coming Para cyclist. Jack spent several years with Athletics NZ working in schools and is especially good with adapting technique
The Bay of Plenty Steamrollers will travel to the South Island to represent the Bay in competition We wish them all the best, we know they have been practising HARD OUT! and so from all of us at Parafed Bay of Plenty, we just wanted to say GO THE BAY!!
What a beautiful day to catch a wave (disability surfing) and share the aroha (surfers volunteering their time for others to surf) 5 disabled surfers and several volunteer surfers from Hibiscus Surf School had a blast on Saturday at Mount Beach, utilising the Beach Mat and Flight Centre Beach Chair. It was grea to see. chairs, walkers etc parked up ion the beach, while their users had simply ..
The season for Wheelchair Basketball and Wheelchair Rugby has started! . Wheelchair Basketball starts Mon 5 February 6pm -7.30pm contact: Shane Davies email@example.com 0279783932 Wheelchair Rugby starts Mon 12 Feb 7.30- 9.00pm contact Amanda Lowry firstname.lastname@example.org 021525824 Where: Memorial Hall, Tauranga &
HALBERG JUNIOR DISABILITY GAMES - Team BOP 2017: Jackson Brown Nico Dunn Ellie Jones Aiden Lints Mattias Makai Mykal Mayne Brooke Parker Alice Sampson Siobhan Terry Ben Westenberg Parafed BOP are super proud of all our athletes that competed at this weekends games in Auckland (6-8th Oct) Well done! What an awesome experience! Please get in touch with us if you would like to be involved with o