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    Snapped a photo of your junior sports star or their team in action lately?

    Upload it to our website and you'll automatically go in the draw to win a
    Rebel Sport voucher, plus your photo could feature in your local newspaper
    at the end of the month - perfect for sharing with friends and family!

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    Game of the Week Competition

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

    Enter your child's team into our 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 stars!

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    Halftime Heroes Competition

    Does your Taupo junior hockey team or Hawke's Bay netball or hockey team of heroes deserve a reward for their outstanding skills this sporting season?

    Nominate your team for Unison's Halftime Heroes, and Unison and More FM could be on the sideline of your next game with a $150 restaurant voucher for the whole team to enjoy!

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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 rewards excellence as the junior sports season closes

September 12, 2018
With the region’s junior winter sports season coming to an end, Unison’s annual medal ceremonies for rugby, netball, hockey and for the first-time, football, saw over 550 young players presented with medals.

Held over the past two weeks at the Bay Outreach Centre in Hastings, junior football players were the first recipients to take the stage to receive their Unison Medal, which recognises excellence in the values of work ethic, discipline and fair play – both on and off the field.

Football medals were presented by Hawke’s Bay United and New Zealand Under 20 International, Jorge Akers, who vividly recalled his experiences as a young player upon meeting the junior footballers in attendance.

“As a young player, you naturally believe that you can achieve anything – and it’s this belief in yourself which ultimately leads to how successful you are in the future.
“I was honoured to be a part of football’s first ceremony, and to see how proud these young players were when they received their medal,” he said.

Medal recipient, Harry Caldwell from Napier City Rovers, said he was excited to receive the medal and to have a photo with Jorge. “It made me feel happy and proud to get one of these special medals for my football – I love playing football.”

Unison Relationship Manager, Danny Gough, said through its support of all four sports – junior football, rugby, hockey and netball – Unison has been able to engage with around 10,000 children and their families this year.

“We’re passionate about supporting our local communities, and about keeping them safe around our electrical assets within the region. These partnerships are a great vehicle for us to deliver electrical safety messages to our young people.

“It is continually recognised that great players of any sport start at grass roots level, and we’re extremely proud that our partnerships are helping to encourage healthy, active children in Hawke’s Bay. The medal ceremonies play an important part in helping to shape these young players,” said Mr Gough.