ANZ to help netball teams Bank backs netball as­pi­ra­tions for Waipa¯ sup­port­ers

Waipa Post - - The Country -

The ANZ Premier­ship is back for a sec­ond sea­son and ANZ is ask­ing what Te Awa­mutu and Cam­bridge netball fans and sup­port­ers need to achieve their netball as­pi­ra­tions.

ANZ says it knows the time, the ef­fort and de­ter­mi­na­tion that’s re­quired to get to the top is im­mense, but no one achieves on their own. It’s the sup­port that can make the dif­fer­ence in achiev­ing your goals.

ANZ is call­ing for ap­pli­ca­tions for as­sis­tance that will help Te Awa­mutu and Cam­bridge netball fans achieve their netball as­pi­ra­tions.

The sup­port is not lim­ited to kit — it could be any­thing big, small or off-the-wall.

In the past ANZ sup­port has spanned high-per­for­mance netball gear, ex­pert coach­ing, court and club makeovers, to dream ex­pe­ri­ences.

In 2017 one young player was granted the op­por­tu­nity to be the mini-man­ager of an ANZ Premier­ship team for a day as a re­minder to con­tinue work­ing hard and not give up on your netball dreams.

And a long-serv­ing coach was sur­prised by stars of ANZ Premier­ship and awarded a trip to watch the Sil­ver Ferns play in Aus­tralia, as a thank you for her com­mit­ment and in­spi­ra­tion she has pro­vided to her teams over the years.

Over the past five years ANZ has sup­ported teams, clubs, schools and play­ers all over New Zealand to the value of nearly $500,000.

“We are proud to sup­port netball at ev­ery level, from grassroots right up to the elite ANZ Premier­ship and Sil­ver Ferns,” said Sue McGre­gor, ANZ head of spon­sor­ship.

“We know some­times all you need is just that lit­tle bit of ex­tra help to achieve your goals, so we are com­mit­ted to help­ing as many netball fans as we can.”

Te Awa­mutu and Cam­bridge netball clubs, teams, play­ers and fans can tell ANZ what they need to achieve their netball goals at anz­court­


PIRON­GIA is just one of many netball clubs in Waipa¯ that could ben­e­fit from ANZ as­sis­tance.

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