Sponsors Information

New Zealand Community Trust


New Zealand Community Trust (NZCT) provides grants to thousands of applicants every year from the widest possible range of sporting and community groups. Since we were established in 1998, we have donated nearly $230 million to worthy recipients in the communities we serve.
Please visit our website for more information.

Lion Foundation


The Lion Foundation is a charitable trust that exists for the purpose of raising funds for the community. It was established by Lion Nathan in 1985.
The Foundation owns gaming machines that are situated in hotels, taverns and other licensed entertainment venues throughout New Zealand. We have approximately 2,700 gaming machines in about 175 venues from Invercargill to Kaitaia.
Please visit our website for more information.

Pelorus Trust


We are a charitable trust based in Wellington, which raises funds for charitable, philanthropic
and sporting purposes through the operation of gaming machines.
The Trust maintains an open and equitable funding regime that enables non-profit organizations such as sports clubs, cultural groups, community based societies or trusts to apply for funds through a transparent application process.
The Trustees of Pelorus acknowledge the hard work and commitment of the network of hotels and taverns that belong, as members, to the Trust. Our site personnel operate the Trust's machines at various locations between Auckland and Nelson, and funds raised are generally returned to community groups or organisations from the areas located around these hotels.

Eastern Suburb Sport Trust


The objectives of the Eastern Suburbs Sports Trust is to promote, assist, support and encourage participation and expertise in all forms or amateur sport, both competitive and recreatational, to help foster and encourage the development of primarily Junior Sports located in the Eastern Suburbs.
Please visit our website for more information.

Wellington City Council


Wellington is a vibrant city with a thriving cultural life, talented people, and cutting-edge businesses. Known as the arts and events capital of New Zealand, the city has an abundance of recreation and leisure opportunities. It is also a compact city with a dramatic landscape and sound infrastructure. Wellington City Council wants to capitalise on these competitive advantages to help achieve economic growth, greater prosperity and an improved quality of life for all Wellingtonians.

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November 2017

Coming up shortly.

Friday evening Pickleball - 27th October.  

Thursday afternoon PickleBall club day has started.  Playing every Thursday 1.00pm to 2.30pm. $5.00 each session includes paddles and ball.

For further details check with Aidan for details.  aidan@badminton.net.nz

Wellington club (Thursday evenings) has closed for the season.  Returning March 2018.  

Te Arawa and Southern clubs have finished for the Season.  November is start of Summer season with a new sub payable by end of November otherwise $15.00 per night.  Te Arawa Club - Monday 7.00pm to 9.30pm and Southern Club - Wednesday 7.00pm to 10.00pm.  Further details available.



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