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    Game of the Week competition

    Want to show your friends, family and workmates just what a sports star you child really is?

    Enter your child's team into Unison's Game of the Week competition and our videographer could be on the sidelines of their next game, filming all the
    action and featuring them as the star! 
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    Great Photo competition

    Snapped a GREAT photo of your child or their sports team in action lately?

    Upload it to our website and you'll go in the draw to win a Rebel Sport voucher, PLUS your star player's photo could appear in your local newspaper at the end of the month.

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    Halftime Heroes competition

    Unison and More FM are here to reward your Hawke's Bay junior hockey and netball and Taupo junior hockey teams of heroes for their outstanding skills throughout the winter sporting season!

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Helicopter Fly In Competition

Kids - want to ride in a helicopter to the final Magpies home game on Friday 5 October?

Unison is giving one lucky Hawke's Bay rugby, netball, hockey, or football star a ride to McLean Park in the Lowe Corporation Rescue Helicopter.

The winner, along with a parent or caregiver, will land on the field of McLean Park in front of thousands of supporters at the Magpies final home game against our rivals from the other side of the gorge, Manawatu!

Parents - to enter, simply fill in the entry form below by Friday 28 September, to be in with the chance to win. 

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Unison medal ceremonies recognise excellence in junior sport

September 11, 2019

Unison’s eleventh annual medal ceremonies saw more than 530 young rugby, football, hockey and netball players presented with medals at the close of the junior winter sports season.

Held for each code during the past two weeks at the Bay Outreach Centre in Hastings, the medal ceremonies acknowledge parents and coaches, and reward one player from each team who has shown excellence in the values of work ethic, discipline and fair play – both on and off the field.

Former Silver Fern, Irene van Dyk presented at the junior netball ceremony and said recognising young athletes not only for being talented, but for the team player they are is worth gold.

“When I was younger, only the best players would get recognition after the season so it is fantastic that these netballers are getting rewarded for their contribution. You can see it makes them feel valued not only as a player, but as a great human being.

“I can image the medals would be proudly paraded, especially because of what they stand for. I believe every child, parent and school needs to celebrate exactly why the kids have received these medals in the first place. Being recognised with their peers, and among other schools no doubt makes it even more special.”

Year five medal recipient, Alisileatulai Tuu from Irongate School, said she was excited to receive her medal. “I felt very proud of myself and enjoyed getting up on the stage to receive my medal in front of lots of people.

“I love playing netball, it’s my favourite sport. I like playing the attack position so I can shoot goals and love to pass the ball to my team.”

Unison Relationship Manager, Danny Gough, said Unison has been able to engage with over 10,000 children and their families this year through its Greatest Supporter Programme.

“We’re passionate about supporting our local communities, and we’re extremely proud that our partnerships are helping to encourage healthy, active children in Hawke’s Bay. They are also a great vehicle for us to deliver electrical safety messages to keep our young people safe around electrical assets.

“The medal ceremonies are not only a highlight of the season – for both players and Unison – they also play an important part in helping to shape these young players.”