Taranaki Masters Games

Centered in Stratford with 20 various events scattered throughout the region, the TET Taranaki Masters Games are run yearly in March.

The TET Taranaki Masters Games offers 20 great sports for people to enter. There's everything from Athletics to Wine Appreciation! The games are centered in Stratford with sports scattered around the region. Sports open to athletes from 20+ years.  The games cater for all athletes from 'compete to complete' to those competitors who strive to win medals.  Check out our website for a full timetable of sports and great prizes on offer, visit: http://www.taranakielectricitytrust.co.nz/masters-games.htm.

Details for 2016 TET Taranaki Masters Games
Thu 17 Mar 2016 - Sun 20 Mar 2016
Location: HQ -TET Multi Sports Centre, Portia Street, Stratford, Stratford

Netball competition: Saturday 19th March 2016 from 9.00am to 4.30pm
Age Policy: 25+ as at 19 March 2016
Age Groups: 25+
Grades: Women Competitive, Women Social, Mixed Social
COMPETITION RULES
1. Team Contact to fill in Team Entry Form.

2. Min. 6 and max. 12 players per team.
3. Organisers reserve the right to re-grade teams and to merge grades if insufficient numbers.
4. Every team to supply an umpire.
5. Players may be added to the team at a later date by forwarding the player’s Registration Form with the appropriate fees.
Registration Fee: $10 if payment received by 7th March. After that, the late payment fee is $15 PLUS Sports Fee: $10 per player
Entries close: Close 1 week prior to start of tournament. Entries received after 7th March must include late fee.
Venue: Netball Courts, Portia Street, Stratford



Contact: Jacqui Wood or Donna Millar
Phone: 027 4887250 or 06-765 8234
Email: infotmg@xtra.co.nz
For a full list of sports available, timetable and to download your entry & registration form, go to http://www.taranakielectricitytrust.co.nz/masters-games.htm or check them out on Facebook.




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