Game of the Week competition

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

Enter your child's Hawke's Bay junior rugby, netball hockey or football team into Unison's Game of Week competition and our videographer could be on the sidelines of their next game - filming all the action and featuring them as the stars!

All videos will be uploaded to our YouTube channel and Facebook page, so you can share it with your friends and family. 

Entries open 8 May 2018. Open to Hawke's Bay junior rugby, netball hockey or football teams only.
 

Check out our 2017 Game of the Week videos here

Game of the Week

Game of the Week entry form

Select a sporting code



 

Terms and Conditions

By completing these details, you give consent on behalf of the parents of players in the team, for players to be filmed by video camera during rugby matches, for promotional purposes.

You give consent to Unison Networks Ltd, for full use of this video footage for any promotional purpose deemed appropriate by Unison – in particular, through display on a website, YouTube and at Mitre 10 Cup home matches at McLean Park. You understand that neither you, the players, nor family of players, are entitled to receive or seek payment for any purpose in which material is used.

  • Competition runs from 8 May - 19 August 2018
  • Competition is open to Hawke's Bay junior rugby, netball, hockey and football teams only.
  • The first winner will be announced on 15 May 2018 and every fortnight following this date.
  • The judge's decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
  • Prizes are not transferable and cannot be redeemed for cash.
  • Unison staff and their families are ineligible to enter.
  • By entering this competition, you agree to Unison's Promotion and Competition Terms and Conditions.

Latest Game of the Week Update

Unison's videographer, Kerin Greville, was on the sideline again this weekend, filming our latest Game of the Week winners, the Tamatea Taniwha, as they took on the Havelock North Wolverines in crisp winter conditions. 



Scott Maclean nominated the Taniwha because, " they're a great bunch of young lads, full of character and unbeaten so far this year. As we know its not all about winning but the boys have been outnumbered on several occasions and have shown plenty of heart on tired legs to take games. On top of this, they have shown themselves to be humble winners and show respect and good sportsmanship to the other team."

Great stuff, boys.