Inline Hockey Activities for Kids - Papakura (2112)

the Papakura Region, the Auckland Region

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Inline hockey activities for kids - greater than 5km from Papakura (2112)

Sabres Inline Hockey Club plays in the Northern Region of the NZIHA and provides players from across Auckland to play competitive inline hockey. The club is more then happy to welcome players, new and old, into the sport to help them develop their skills in the game but also as help build lasting friendships.

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Other sport activities for kids - in and around Papakura (2112) (within 5km)

Papakura Netball Centre
TARGET AUDIENCE • Netballers aged 5 years and upwards • Pre Schoolers, Primary School children, Collegiate, Seniors and Masters • Beginners, School, Club, Social, Elite, Representative Players • Individuals and families • Hardworking volunteers to high qualified Coaches, Umpires, Technical Officials and Administrators. DELIVERY OF SERVICE • Premier facilities to support the coaching and mentoring of our netball community • Credible club & secondary school netball competitions • An ...
Papakura Swimming Club
Papakura swimming is a competitive club with levels to suit all swimmers 8 years and older. We have a multi-sport level that allows you to do other sports. The head coach Shaun Foley is bronze medalist in 200 Im in 1999 world wheelchair games. Shaun loves swimming and helping all swimmers reach their goals. We are based out of Massey park pool and Rosehill college in papakura.
Established in 1959, Papakura City Football Club has grown to be the largest football club in South Auckland attracting players from a diverse demographic and ethnic community as well as from overseas, ranging in age from 4 - 60+. The success of the club continues as Football has become the most popular junior and youth sport in New Zealand. The goal is to provide the physical facilities and resources that will consistently develop players to the highest echelons of the sport. But just as importantly, ...
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