Get down to the Marist Softball Club on the 9th of October for the Marist Mens first fundraiser of 2020.
A pre-ordered $20 ticket will reserve you a seat at a table for this prestigious Texas Holdem Poker tournament, where those who come first, second and third will receive cash prizes. Rebuy options will be available on the night. A variety of enticing spot prizes will also be awarded.
Whether you have never played before, or think you belong in the World Series of Poker, come along for a fun night for all. Hot Food and drinks will be sold throughout the night, along with fun activities for all in attendance.
Pre-order your tickets now for a guaranteed chance at the prize money.
For ticket requests and enquires, please email or text,
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Yes registrations are still open, get yours completed this week so teams can be sorted. Coaches will be announced shortly.
U13s - ages 11 & 12
U15s - ages 13 & 14
U18s - ages 15, 16 & 17
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MAKE MARIST YOUR CLUB OF CHOICE THIS SEASON
Softball NZ are pleased to announce 21 Athletes to attend the Plastoil National Female Battery Programme (NFBP) camp this November.
12 pitchers and 9 catchers will attend the inaugural camp in Lower Hutt 31 Oct / 1 Nov under the instruction of Lead Coaches Jennifer Feret-Brear and Stephen Ratu.
The athletes have been identified with the potential to make an impact on future White Sox performances on the international stage, and ultimately qualify for the 2028 Olympic Games.
In addition, the NFBP has engaged a number of regional coaches who will be tasked in providing local support to both the athletes and Lead Coaches.
Plastoil National Female Battery Programme 2020
Pitchers: Tyla Morrison, Loran Parker, Megan Sneddon, Brooke Glassie, Sachi Clark (Auckland), Innika Hapuku-Lambert (Hawkes Bay), Rongomai Luke Royal (Hutt Valley), Tui-Aroha Fransen, Shyann Wairau (Wellington), Amy Begg, Cherie Inwood, Brittany Terrey (Canterbury).
Catchers: Kyla Bromhead, Ashley Scott, Kiara Taimai, Milla Glassie (Auckland), Otila Tavite, Kimihia Tangianau, Keri Simeon (Hutt Valley), Emma Francis (Wellington), Layla McDowell (Canterbury)
Regional Coaches: Gretchen Aucoin, Stefanie Smith, Ricky Earley (Auckland), Shivaun Landeros, Kiri Shaw, Craig Wallace (Hutt Valley/Wellington), Suzy de Lautour, Carly Werahiko (Canterbury)
Management: Battery Director – Dave Elder, Lead Pitching Coach - Jennifer Feret-Brear, Lead Catching Coach – Stephen Ratu
Congratulations to our very own Dylan Tonkin on being named in the NZ U23 Major Sox Team
Major Sox U23 Men's Squad Named
Coaches Steven Deans and Fergus McAlpine have named a 23 man strong squad to attend a training camp in Palmerston North over Labour weekend.
While a major focus is in preparation for the world championship in the second half of 2021 there will also be a big emphasis on personal development both physically and mentally.
With the cancellation of the Club nationals in March, it seems a long time since the boys have been on the diamond; however this has created more time for the boys to focus on their individual preparation. Deans and McAlpine want to carry on with this preparation work over the weekend.
The Major Sox U23 Squad is: Kaleb Rona, Nick Lanigan (North Harbour), Brock Attewell, Dylan Tonkin, Floyd Nola, Harry Valk, Huw Davies, Max Earley, Seth Bourgeois, Seth Gibson, Taine Slaughter, Toby Bourgeois (Auckland), Adam Woon (Hawkes Bay), Jared Gillard, Xaviar Herrick (Hutt Valley), Damon Creasy, Dylan Jackson, Jayden Stratford, Mardi McBride, Sam Marley, Tobias Makisi, (Wellington), Caleb Stewart, Josh Lubiejewski (Canterbury)