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NZ U15 Boys and Girls National Championship 2021 – Cancellation

Following our postponement survey, further discussions with regions and consultation with the NZL Board, a final decision on the 2021 NZ U15 Boys and Girls National Championship 2021 has been made. That final decision does sadly involve formally cancelling the 2021 tournament and not opting to postpone due to uncertainties

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Introducing the NZL Board of Directors

Dr. Rachel Batty (Chair) Rachel is a Senior Lecturer in sport management and sport development at Massey University. One of the two appointed Board members, Rachel’s academic career is paralleled by her ongoing management and governance roles with, and for, a wide range of sport organisations.  Her main areas of

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Notice of NZWLA SGM

This is notice of the NZWLA SGM to be held on Thursday 16 September at 7pm. This SGM is particularly important as it is the meeting to formally dissolve the NZWLA. Event details: Date: Thursday 16 September 2021 Time: 7pm Zoom Details: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/86436782386?pwd=TWV5OFl3YlpNb2dlQ1lyTXBNaWJsdz09 Agenda: Welcome and apologies Special business: dissolution of NZWLA

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2021/2022 New Zealand Lacrosse Affiliation Fees

New Zealand Lacrosse (NZL) affiliation fees for the 2021/2022 season have been set as follows. NB. These fees take into account those set in previous years, and the recent merger of the men’s and women’s associations. $50 as a registered player (Youth) i.e. school aged children. $65 as a registered

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NZ Secondary Schools Nationals Tournament 2021 Cancellation

Following further discussions with SSNZ and consultation with the NZL Board yesterday, a final decision on the 2021 NZSS Lacrosse Champs has been made. That final decision does sadly involve formally cancelling the 2021 tournament and not opting to postpone. SSNZ have confirmed that they will only sanction re-scheduled events

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NZL COVID-19 Update – 21 August 2021

New Zealand Lacrosse is thinking about all our community members and whanau during the current lockdown. We hope you are all safe and well in your bubbles. We did want to send out a reminder in relation to Alert Level 4 restrictions for sport and recreation across the country. –

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