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Under 16 and Under 18 Championships Coming Up
Under-16's Off To Palmerston North
Megan Thomson Appointed as Sports Planner / Entrepreneur
Hutt Host Under-16 Competition
Glenn Benge Heading to Kuwait
Hutt Members Feature in National Squads
Liz Burman Assigned to Italy

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Under 16 and Under 18 Championships Coming UpTop of Page
  20 Aug 1999, 8:54pmitem # 50

Hutt have entered boys and girls teams in both the upcoming under 16 and under 18 National Chamionships.

The Under 16's are being held in Rotorua 18-22 Sep. The Under 18's in Palmerston North (Linton) 29 Sep - 2 Oct.
Under-16's Off To Palmerston NorthTop of Page
  1 Aug 1999, 8:55pmitem # 51

On 21st and 22nd August, the boys and girls under-16 teams will be in Palmerston North competing in a series of games against the local under-18 teams.

Coached by Chris Pennell and Megan Thomson, they're expecting tough competition from the older, but perhaps less-skilled Palmerston North teams.
Megan Thomson Appointed as Sports Planner / EntrepreneurTop of Page
  20 Jul 1999, 8:57pmitem # 54

Megan Thomson, well known and popular member of the Hutt Club, has been appointed as a Sports Planner / Entrepreneur for the New Zealand Water Polo Association.

Megan demonstrated she had the right stuff for the job - the ability to organise recreation programs and understand the economics of swimming pools and the attitudes of council owners and operators of them.
Hutt Host Under-16 CompetitionTop of Page
  20 Jul 1999, 8:56pmitem # 53

Organised by the immensely experienced Shirley Barret, Hutt will host a Wellington Clubs under-16 tournament at Nae Nae pool on 29th August.

The tournament will give valuable playing experience to the Hutt, Harbour City and Maranui teams before they head off to the National under-16 championships in Rotorua, 18-22 September.
Glenn Benge Heading to KuwaitTop of Page
  10 Jun 1999, 8:58pmitem # 55

Glenn Benge has been assigned as referee to accompany the New Zealand Junior Mens team to the World Junior Mens Championships, in Kuwait City, Kuwait.

The Championships will be running between 9th and 18th October 1999.
Hutt Members Feature in National SquadsTop of Page
  20 May 1999, 8:59pmitem # 57

NZ Schoolgirls Squad:
Lauren Hudson
Kathryn Mooney
Amy McGuinness
Rebecca McGuninness

NZ Under 15 Girls Squad:
Keri James
Ashleigh Wootten
Kylie Neilson
Nicole James

NZ Under 15 Boys Team:
John Shannahan

NZ Schoolgirls Nationals:
Rebecca McGuinnes - Best Offensive Player
Kathryn Mooney - Best Defensive Player

NZ Junior Club Nationals:
Megan Thomson - Best Offensive Player
Liz Burman Assigned to ItalyTop of Page
  20 May 1999, 9:43amitem # 87

Liz Burman has been chosen by FINA as a neutral referee to officiate at the World Junior Womens Championships in Messina, Italy.

Neutral referees are selected for all World Championships, from the best referees of those countries not also attending the tournament.

Liz, appointed from a strong list of contenders, is one of only two female FINA qualified referees in the world. The championships run from 31st July to 8th August 1999.

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