Shining Lights During Covid Lockdown

The 2021 Massey University Blues Sports Awards were held on Wednesday 13 October via a virtual celebration. Badminton North Harbour’s Edward Lau and Catelyn Rozario were amongst a star studded line up to receive their Blues Sports Awards for 2021.  Edward Lau was also the recipient of the Massey University Campus Sportsman of the Year…

Planning On Moving Forward

I would just like to bring you up to date with how we may see returning back to play under the proposed guidelines established by the Government and then the recommendations of Sport New Zealand. We are hopeful that we may return to some form of court booking and play under stage 2 of level…

SUPPORT THE VACCINE, SUPPORT BADMINTON NORTH HAROUR

The government has indicated the moves down through Covid-19 Alert Levels will depend on high vaccination rates. As a sporting organisation we strongly recommend that all participants in our events/competitions and other members of our badminton community over the age of 12 who are able to be vaccinated ensure that they do so as soon…

Keep The Current Holding Pattern

With the NZ Government’s announcement on 4 October 2021, we are still not permitted to open our badminton centre and return our members to court.  As soon as we can, we will be back offering Back2Badminton play for you, albeit with restrictions. Keep an eye on our social media for updates as they happen.  We…

STAY AT HOME FOR NOW

COVID 19 UPDATE: 13 September 2021 The government has announced today that Auckland will remain at alert level four until at least midnight on Tuesday, 21 September 2021. The court booking system is unavailable until further notice. Court Bookings have been cancelled for the next 7 days to midnight on Tuesday, 21 September 2021. Further…

Badminton North Harbour Community Survey

Badminton North Harbour would like to get feedback from its members with respect to some of the operational functions of the Association. This will help to ensure that the management, administration, and Board of Badminton North Harbour are in tune with the expectations of its members so that they can continue to run a successfully…

Another Bump In The Covid Road

With the NZ Governments announcement today (Tuesday 17/8/21) that New Zealand is heading into a three day level four lockdown, and Auckland to possibly have that extended, Badminton North Harbour will be closing its facility at 11.59pm tonight. We do not yet know when we will be able to have our facility back open and…

Double Celebrations At Division 1 & 2 Championships

The North Harbour Wisden Cup & Slazenger Cup teams have pulled off double victory after winning both the Divsion 1 & 2 competitions respecitvely. North Harbour had three teams entered heading into this event, Wisden (Division 1), Slazenger 1 (Division 2) & Slazenger 2 (Division 2).  After winning both divisions in 2019, North Harbour was…

Journey South Pays Off For NH Players

The recent New Zealand National Championships was hosted by Waikato Badminton and attracted players from around the the country.  North Harbour was represented well with many winners from the previous week’s North Harbour Open, hoping to replicate their success. With a smaller entry than the North Harbour Open, this allowed for finals to be played…

Badminton Around The North Island

The North Harbour u13 and u19 players had busy weekends with tournaments in Palmerston North and Waitakere respectively.  The u13 players traveled to the home of Manawatu Badminton to compete at the Manawatu/North Island u13 Championships.  A very large contingent of 18+ players traveled the long distance to be a part of this competition. It…