Great weather, guides for an­nual ECHO walks

South Waikato News - - SPORT - By GILLY ALEXAN­DER Co-or­di­na­tor, South Waikato District

What a fan­tas­tic week we had with our ECHO walks – the weather was great and we had some fan­tas­tic guides tak­ing the walks who were full of knowl­edge about the walks.

Many thanks to all the vol­un­teers who helped out dur­ing the week – Robin Black, Steve Webb, Lee Fitz­patrick, Her­man Van Roi­jen, Rien van de We­ter­ingh, Leleina Tolo­vae and Nigel Te Hiko, Carol and Stu­art Ed­meades, Michelle Haugh, Glyn Wooller, and Bryan Sa­muels. We look for­ward to or­gan­is­ing next year’s walks.

Sport Maker – Nom­i­nate a Sport­ing vol­un­teer:

This is a great time to recog­nise all the won­der­ful vol­un­teers who have helped over the sum­mer sport sea­son. Ev­ery month mer­chan­dise is dis­trib­uted through­out the Waikato re­gion so keep those nom­i­na­tions com­ing in.

From the coaches and of­fi­cials, to the uni­form wash­ers and ad­min­is­tra­tors, a Sport Maker is some­one who vol­un­teers their time and ef­fort for sport in the Waikato re­gion. Nom­i­nate the Sport Maker who makes a dif­fer­ence in your sport by go­ing to the web page be­low. All nom­i­nees go in the draw monthly for the chance to win awe­some sport­ing gear!

Go to sport­waikato.org to nom­i­nate and re­ward a lo­cal Sport Maker who helps you and your sport.

Sec­ondary school in­door net­ball:

The Sport Waikato Sec­ondary School in­door net­ball com­pe­ti­tion has be­gun at the South Waikato Sport & Events Cen­tre in Toko­roa. The games are on Thurs­day night from 5pm with sec­ondary schools from Toko­roa and Pu­taruru and schools from Taupo and Mata­mata. Come along and sup­port our lo­cal teams. Hash House Har­ri­ers: Meet at the Cos­mopoli­tan Club at 6pm each Wed­nes­day for their walkrun around town.

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