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Pasifika Games 2004 Team Entries Required

Dated 30 September 2004

Pasifika Games 2004 Team Entries Required

Entries are now being sought throughout Auckland for the 2004 Pasifika Games to be held in October in Henderson, Waitakere City.

Sport Waitakere in conjunction with the Waitakere City Council is now seeking teams to participate at this years biggest sporting event, that’s set to rock to the beat of Polynesia throughout Waitakere City.

Supercific Kilikiti, International/Elite Club Sevens Rugby, Pacific Cup Netball Challenge, Fast Action Touch and Tag are all on the menu at this years sporting extravaganza. Also available will be the opportunity for community groups to have food and traditional craft stalls to promote their culture and add their flavour of pacific style.

The Games will be held over on 9 October at Te Pai Courts, Henderson and culminate with the main event on 4 December at Moire Park, Massey and Parrs Park, Glen Eden.

Registration forms are now available from the Sport Waitakere Office at The Trusts Stadium, Central Park Drive, Henderson or phone 9663120 or email pg04@sportwaitakere.co.nz for more details.

Team numbers for each tournament are limited, so be in quick and avoid disappointment.

ENDS


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