School Holiday Programmes – Spring 2020

Check out what’s going on at our local sports clubs these holidays!

 

Gisborne Gymnastics Club

Open Holiday Gym Fun (4-13 years)

When : Monday 28th, Wednesday 30th, Monday 5th & Wednesday 7th: 9am – 12pm, Friday 2nd & Friday 9th: 12-3pm

Cost: $10 per child

 

Open Preschool Gym (babies to 5 years)

When: Every Friday: 9.30am – 11am

Cost: $7 per child

 

Tumbling Junior Girls 8-11years Holiday Course

When: Thursday 1st & 8th: 1-2pm

Cost: $30 per course

 

Tumbling Senior Girls 12years+ Holiday Course

When: Thursday 1st & 8th: 2-3pm 

Cost: $30 per course

 

Fit, Kick & Trick 12years+ Holiday Course

When: Friday 2nd & 9th: 4-5pm 

Cost: $30 per course

 

Self Defence For Girls & Women 12years+ Holiday Course

When: Friday 2nd, 9th, 16th & 23rd: 5.30-6.30pm

Cost: $60 per course

 

Avenger Boys Training

When: Tuesday 29th: 5.30-6.30pm, Thursday 1st, Tuesday 6th & Thursday 8th: 4.30-6pm

Cost: $5 an hour

 

Mums Getting Active Again

When: From the 18th, every Friday: 11.15 – 12pm

Cost: $7 per session

Register online here

 

 

Poverty Bay Hockey & Cricket

When: 8:30am – 3:30pm each day

Yr 3 & 6: Tuesday 6th and/or Wednesday 7th October 

Yr 3 & 6 cost: $65 for one day or $110 for two days

Yr 7 & 8: Thursday 8th October 

Yr 7 & 8 cost: $65

Register online here

 

Gisborne Netball Centre

Year 3 & 4 – Tuesday 29th September

Year 5 & 6 – Wednesdays 30th September

Year 7 & 8 – Thursdays 1st October

When: 10am – 2pm

Cost: $20 per day

Contact: Cristal Kemp – 0212351673 – gncgamedevelopment@outlook.com

Register online here

 

YMCA Gisborne

Oscar Programme

Age: 5 – 13 years

When: Different activities for each day of the week

Cost: $50 per child or $100 per family

 

Breakaway Youth Basketball Development Programme

Age: 10-12 years

When: Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday of the school holiday period

Cost: Free

Register online here or pick the forms up from YMCA

 

Central Football

Skill Development Day

When: Thursday 1st October – 9am – 2.50pm

Where: Illminster School

Age: 7 – 12 years

Cost: $35

 

Holiday Programme

When: Monday 5th – Thursday 8th October – 9am – 2.50pm

Where: Illminster School

Age: 7 – 12 years

Cost: $100 for four days

Register via MyComet

 

Comet Swimming Club

Where: Olympic & Elgin School pools

Week One: Monday 28th – Friday 2nd October

Week Two: Monday 5th – Friday 9th October

Cost: $50 per week for 5 x 30-minute lessons

Contact: cometswimming@gmail.com or 06 867 0698

Bronwyn Kay Agency Sporting Excellence Awards Deferred Until 2021

Following the disruption caused by COVID-19, and the Government’s advice to reduce the risk of spreading the virus, Sport Gisborne Tairāwhiti has decided to defer the Bronwyn Kay Agency Sporting Excellence Awards until 2021. 

Unfortunately, our environment is ever-evolving and there is too much uncertainty at this time to reschedule the annual event for later on this year.

The prestigious awards offer our region the opportunity to acknowledge and pay tribute to the many fine sporting achievements by the sporting community over the last 12 months. 

A key component of the Awards is the generosity from all of our sponsors. We would like to thank all of our local sponsors for their continued support and understanding. 

Sport Gisborne Tairāwhiti Chief Executive Stefan Pishief said ‘It is not a decision that we took lightly, as we know that our sports awards are a community highlight, and we have so many great athletes, volunteers, and providers of sport that deserve to be recognised for their outstanding achievements and contributions. However, we do need to ensure the safety of our community.’ 

The impact of COVID-19 disrupted the qualifying period where athletes, teams, clubs, and coaches could showcase their talents. 

Sport Gisborne Tairāwhiti Event Lead Debbie Hutchings said ‘as a result of the cancelled 2020 Sports Awards, the revised qualification period for the 2021 event will extend to include achievements obtained from July 2019 through to June 2021.  We are mindful that some individuals and teams obtained incredible results prior to COVID and so we need to ensure there is an opportunity to celebrate these successes’

At Sport Gisborne Tairāwhiti we understand how frustrating this must be for our community. However, we are planning to be able to come together and celebrate an even more extensive range of our region’s sporting achievements in November of next year.