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Find out below what's going on and what's coming up at Ōtaki Sports Club.

The club year 2021

Merry Christmas / Meri Kirihimete, everyone. 2021 done and dusted already! It’s been a big year for the club and one of the most successful years for some time. Membership rose from 165 to 204, revenue was up 100% and we gained the services of experienced and popular senior coaches in all three codes (football, …

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Lighting project gets wide recognition

Our upcoming lighting project got some good media coverage recently in Ōtaki Today and Kāpiti News . And thanks again to NZ Community Trust for the grant. This project would not have been possible without them. Click images to see full-sized articles.

$120,000 raised – thank you NZCT

This week we were successful in our application to New Zealand Community Trust (NZCT) for $120,000 for our court lighting project. The total project cost is $125,000. We are very nearly at our target, thanks to NZCT, and are moving forward with the construction phase confident that we will shortly have the remaining $5000. ŌSC …

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Squash Report 2021

Here is the wrap-up of 2021 squash activity at ŌSC from squash club captain Terama Broughton-Winterburn. Recognition of the three interclub teams’ achievements Haruātai (Men’s div 4) — won by 28 points. Jayden Matthews (c), Callan Nikora, Brendon Heenan, Murray Bruce, Declan Prentice. Rahui (Men’s div 7) — 3rd. Abe Growcott (c), Jamie Prentice, Liam …

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Junior football popular with the kids

The junior football season wrapped up last weekend with the teams’ end-of-season get-togethers. Here’s a look back at how things went. Festival football This year Ōtaki Sports Club had two teams (above) in the festival of 7th/8th grade football. This is the very first grade kids play Saturday morning football. Festival football is a programme …

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With Ōtaki at Alert Level 3, the club remains closed

With Ōtaki at Alert Level 3, the ŌSC clubrooms and facilities remain closed. Stay kind and stay safe, we’ll let you know as soon as things change. Here is information on what Level 3 means for you.

ŌSC highlighted in the media

ŌSC gets 3 stories and a full page spread in the latest Ōtaki Today!! We have so many awesome stories of the people in our club to share with the community! These three are a good start. If you can’t view the image below easily, you can check out the ŌSC stories on page 27 …

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Top tennis coach funded for term 4

Great news for junior tennis this summer: we have a highly-regarded professional tennis coach funded for term 4 and term 1 next year to provide four sessions of after-school coaching every Tuesday at the club. The coach is Kurt McNamara (pictured below), previously head coach at Feilding Tennis Club for 10 years, and now coaching …

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