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The next Halberg Junior Disability Games will be held in Auckland on the 6-8 October 2017.
The Halberg Junior Disability Games is a national three day sport competition for physically disabled young people (8-21 years).
There are over 15 sports on offer including athletics, boccia, swimming, triathlon, wheelchair basketball, ambulant football, powerchair football, archery, badminton, blind cricket, equestrian, goalball, golf, paddle boarding, rowing and table tennis.
Represent your region, try new sports, pursue sporting goals, compete, make new friends and have fun.
For more information contact Charlotte O’Keefe on email@example.com
2016 ParaFed Canterbury Junior Team
Athletes: Ella Benn, Thomas Chin, Hamish Cleary, Ali Coles, Celyn Edwards, Ieuan Edwards,
Lily Kate Hovell Allomes, Grace Johnstone, Zack Lappin, Emily Lightfoot, Jared Rollinson, Lily Wildbore,
Liam Berry (Nelson), Ciaran Calder (Nelson).
Staff: Charlotte O’Keefe (Team Manager), Hadleigh Pierson, Kayne Tukapua.
Our Award Winners
Best Team Spirit - Canterbury
Best Overall Athlete - Celyn Edwards
Athletics Overall Male - Celyn Edwards
Athletics Overall Female (Unclassified) - Emily Lightfoot
Boccia First Place A Class - Thomas Chin
Duathlon Team (Long Distance) - Lily Kate Hovell Allomes, Ella Benn
Duathlon Winner (Long Distance) - Celyn Edwards
Duathlon Winner (Short Distance) - Emily Lightfoot
Powerchair Football Most Potential - Liam Berry
Badminton Most Promising - Grace Johnstone
Swimming Team Relay - Ieuan Edwards, Ella Benn, Emily Lightfoot, Celyn Edwards
Best Overall Athlete - Ieuan Edwards & Celyn Edwards
Swimming Overall Male - Celyn Edwards
Triathlon Team (Long Distance) - Emily Lightfoot, Celyn Edwards, Ieuan Edwards
Archery Most Promising Athlete - Ieuan Edwards
|Staff & Board|
|Junior Sports Club|
|Canterbury School Sports|
|Halberg Junior Disability Games|
|Van & Equipment|
|Graham Condon Scholarship|