CRICKET KEEN MAYOR REWARDS JUNIOR PLAYERS WITH POOL PASSES

CRICKET KEEN MAYOR REWARDS JUNIOR PLAYERS WITH POOL PASSES

Being recognised as Player of the Day is often a highlight for junior sports players. Taita Cricket Club’s junior team recently had the added bonus of having their Go the H2O Player of the Day certificates presented by Lower Hutt Mayor Campbell Barry. Known as a keen...
MORE CLUBS CHOOSING WATER AND LOSING UNHEALTHY SPONSORSHIP

MORE CLUBS CHOOSING WATER AND LOSING UNHEALTHY SPONSORSHIP

More clubs across the wider Wellington Region are ditching their unhealthy sponsorship and promoting water instead as part of the ever expanding Go the H2O movement. What started with one local sports code and Hutt City Council has grown to include 69 clubs from 12...
WELLINGTON RUGBY UNION JOIN THE GO THE H2O MOVEMENT

WELLINGTON RUGBY UNION JOIN THE GO THE H2O MOVEMENT

The Go the H2O movement has a new champion with Wellington Rugby Union joining the growing list of sports clubs and regional codes to promote water as the drink of choice. Now more than 5,000 junior rugby players are encouraged to experience water only sidelines as...
PASIFIKA POWER ON DISPLAY AT POLY ODYSSEY

PASIFIKA POWER ON DISPLAY AT POLY ODYSSEY

Poly Odyssey was a rich Pasifika experience delivered alongside Polyfest Hutt Valley during the week of 2 July 2018. Poly Odyssey surpassed expectations for both the organisers and the 50 schools, early childhood centres and learning organisations that attended....
POLY ODYSSEY – AN UNFORGETTABLE PASIFIKA EXPERIENCE

POLY ODYSSEY – AN UNFORGETTABLE PASIFIKA EXPERIENCE

From 2-5 July 2018 Walter Nash Stadium will host Poly Odyssey for the first time. Poly Odyssey is a Pasifika health, education and arts day programme for school students that will run alongside Polyfestival Hutt Valley, the largest annual Pasifika event in the Hutt...