Wed, 28 Nov | 26 Marine Parade

U15 Games - OPENING CEREMONY

End of year FUN and COMPETITION for Year 9 and 10 teams and individuals! Registration NOW OPEN - SPACES ARE LIMITED! This years Blue Light Games are on this month and it's going to be epic! with a dress up theme and youth from all around gathering together for one stellar day of fun activities and competition (Open to all Schools / Blue Light Branches / Alternative Education Providers and Youth Organisations)
Registration is Closed
U15 Games - OPENING CEREMONY

Time & Location

28 Nov 2018, 6:30 pm
26 Marine Parade, 26 Marine Parade, Mount Maunganui, Tauranga 3116, New Zealand

About The Event

Eligibility:

1. Students competing must be Year 9 or 10 level (if at school or another provider). The student

can be enrolled at full time college, alternative education, youth organisation or Blue Light

Branch. Please contact us if there are any questions regarding this.

2. Competitors must be over 12 and under 16 as at the 1st January 2018.

3. Competitors birth dates will be required on the team registration form and the Blue Light U15

committee has the discretion to ask for proof at any stage prior or during the games.

Fun, Fairplay and Whanau:

Blue Light U15 Games is about promoting FUN through sport, FAIRPLAY through our attitude towards

the game and those involved and WHANAU who may be your team mates, coaches, mentors or those

that support our young people.

Our major prize for the games will go to the school/organization that displays all those qualities in each

code.

Opening Ceremony:

There will be an official opening ceremony which will take place on Wednesday 28th November 2018 at

6:30pm – 7:30pm, Mount Maunganui (details TBC). This is an outside venue so please make sure you

have the appropriate attire in case of weather conditions. This is a FREE event where we will have a free

sausage sizzle, guest speakers, entertainment and official opening of the Blue Light U15 Games. All

teams are expected to be at the opening ceremony.

DRESS UP ….

The Games this year will have a theme which is “Identity”. This means each school/branch/organization

needs to come dressed up in what makes their community/area unique. Example: Bay of Plenty “Kiwi

Fruit” or “beach” or Jandals?

There will be a prize for the best dressed team/individual over the entirety of the Games.

Registration is Closed

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