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What's in our newsletter this week ...

* Farewell to Pat

* Squash News 

* Tennis News

* Pilates

Join us on Thursday 24th @ 7pm to say Farewell.

Pat Milliner is leaving Herne Bay and retiring from her volunteer duties.

Pat has been involved in a number of roles at the Herne Bay Ponsonby Rackets Club over many years as a valued club member, committee member, past President & active volunteer.  Help us to celebrate Pats contribution to the Herne Bay Ponsonby Rackets Club on Thursday 24th May at 7pm to thank our valued Life member.

Squash this week:

Squash Superchamps 2018

If you are interested in playing in a Superchamps team this year can you please email squashVP@hernebayrackets.co.nz or put name on noticeboard at the club. The tournament will be held the week of 6th - 12th August 2018.

Please note you must have played three matches which have results showing in iSquash between 1 Jan and 15 June 2018 to be eligible to play in Superchamps

 The cutoff dates are as per below

Member transfer cut off - June 7th
Grading list cut off - June 15th
Team entries close - July 5th

If you want more info please go to  http://squashauckland.org.nz/Competitions/SuperChamps.  Thanks Emma Squash VP  

Junior interclub

The Double Dot Squash Junior League is run on Sunday mornings from 9am to approximately 10.30am at various clubs in Auckland.

This competition is for all juniors under 1500 points, and includes a girls only division. Visit www.doubledotsquash.com/juniorleague for the full details and to register. 

Friday junior club night

Junior club night will run on Friday from 4-6pm.  Jarrod and his team will get everyone on the court.

Tennis this week:

Friday junior club night 

Club night begins with match play between 4.30pm and 6pm. Please text David on 021476606 if you are wanting to register.  It is for members who can rally, serve and score.   

Senior winter interclub

The Mens singles teams are rostered this weekend. Mens 3 are playing at home from 10am, Come and support them.Check the draws at tennis.org.nz or on the club website home page. 

Senior club day 

Join us for some social and friendly match play on Sunday afternoon from 1 to 3pm. (slightly shorter time )

Defenders & Aggressors

DnA is scheduled this Sunday 20th May from 3-5pm.  If you would like to register call David on 021476606 to secure your place.

Why join a Pilates Mat Class?

If you are looking for more toning, flexibility, better posture, more efficient movement, and a body/mind connection — then this can be achieved through mat work at Pilates on the Court 

Pilates in an important addition to your overall fitness plan.

Our Pilates mat workouts incorporates Polestar methods and is an exceptionally good workout. It will provide the foundation for a lifetime of healthy habits, not to mention, of course, that Pilates mat work is the alpha and omega of core workouts.

Useful links to sports bodies and our sponsors

Our web site: www.hernebayrackets.co.nz/

Please join us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter:

https://www.facebook.com/HerneBayRackets/ 

https://www.instagram.com/hbprc/ 

https://twitter.com/HBPRC 

Additional Info:

David Mustard Tennis:   www.mustardtennis.co.nz

Double Dot Squash: www.doubledotsquash.com 

Pilates on the Court:   www.pilatesonthecourt.com

 

Called to the bar

Peter Cross explains why he’s just put himself forward as a voluntary bar person

I’ve been a member of the club a few months shy of a decade. During that time there have been five presidents, three managers and hundreds of newsletters. And of the many newsletters I’ve seen almost all contain a line or two imploring members to help out behind the bar. The hope is to have enough volunteers to have one person for each day of the month. It’s a losing battle. Helping out only once a month is the big selling point which to my mind is a bit like urging people to go to the dentist as it doesn’t hurt too much.

I read these guilt inducing pleas so often and felt so bad that I did what any sensible person does in the circumstances: I stopped reading the newsletters. But a seed had been planted and I continued to feel awful seeing the same faces smiling at me as I ordered my pints of Mac Gold. Without exception each person is good natured, unfazed, and friendly. I told myself that I’d never be able to master the till: I’m a late adopter and struggle with anything invented since the sundial.

Read the full article Called-to-the-bar

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