Posted February 14, 2021
There have been three confirmed cases of COVID-19 in South Auckland. As a result, the Government announced at 7pm on Sunday evening that the Auckland region will move from Alert Level 1 to Alert Level 3 from midnight for the next 72 hours.
Posted February 09, 2021
Below are the Expression of Interest forms and Position Descriptions for the IHNZ Chef de Mission and 2021 Nationals Event Manager roles.
Posted January 08, 2021
Download the Event Notices for the 2021 National Club Championships and Inter-Regionals.
Posted August 26, 2020
Under the present circumstances and based on the information provided with the current government announcements made today, a decision has been made by IHNZ to cancel both the Inline Hockey Nationals 2020 event and the Inline Hockey InterRegionals 2020 event.
Posted August 06, 2020
Here are the updated Event Notices (V2) for the 2020 Nationals and Inter Regional Championships.
Posted June 15, 2020
Remember the message that if you are feeling unwell to not attend trainings. Whilst none of the public health requirements are mandatory – it is important to remain vigilant and continue to practice good hygiene to minimise the risk of community transmission.
Posted June 05, 2020
The move to Alert Level 1 is great news for New Zealand sport and recreation as it signals the end of formal restrictions. The main controls under Alert Level 1 are border limitations and managed isolation or quarantine for people entering the country.
Posted May 11, 2020
Sport NZ has further clarified some of the details around Alert Level 2 with the following table has been published. As previously advised, the 10 person gathering limit does apply to all community sport and this limit will be reviewed on 25 May.
Posted May 03, 2020
As Mike Tyson said, “everyone has a plan until punched in the face” well, Covid 19 has been the metaphorical punch in the face but, out of adversity comes opportunity, so let's take this time to create opportunities for inline hockey and our members out of this.