Basketball players from Central Sport on their way to New Zealand

Basketball players from Central Sport on their way to New Zealand

Travel trains youth and athletes. Young basketball players under 11 and under 13 traveled from Central Sport to New Zealand this morning. On July 30, they will face the Young New Zealanders.


Seven youth basketball players and one youth basketball player under 11 and under 13 traveled from Central Sport to New Zealand on Friday morning.

These Tibairui basketball players are supervised by their president, Timiri Hunter, and two mentors are members of the bureau.

The youngest and the youngest who must meet the 15 registered Maori regions in this summer camp tournament, majoring in basketball.

The games will be held in Albany Village on Saturday, July 30th.

Albany (Maori: Ōkahukura) is a suburb in the northernmost part of the contiguous metropolitan area of ​​Auckland. It is located north of Waitamata Harbor, 15 kilometers northwest of downtown Auckland.

Albany has one of the newest sports facilities in the Auckland area, North Harbor Stadium which attracts 25,000 spectators for matches, including rugby.

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