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24 May 2022

Newly established role delivers next challenge for H3’s Michael Gilling

After years spent setting the stage for some of Hamilton’s biggest events, Michael Gilling is now turning the spotlight to H3’s event delivery stars.

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17 May 2022

Māori All Blacks to play two-match series against Ireland

The Māori All Blacks will play Ireland in two mid-week matches in Hamilton and Wellington this July New Zealand Rugby (NZR) announced today. The first match will be at FMG Stadium Waikato in Hamilton on Wednesday 29 June at 7.

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13 May 2022

Hamilton concludes FIFA Secretary General’s tour Down Under

Hamilton/Kirikiriroa was the final city in New Zealand to be visited by a FIFA delegation, as part of a mission to meet with key stakeholders in sport and government in each of the host cities of next year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup™, jointly hosted by Australia and New Zealand.

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26 April 2022

All Blacks and Black Ferns announce bumper international home Test schedule

All Blacks and Black Ferns announce bumper international home Test scheduleNew Zealand rugby fans can lock in a blockbuster 10 Test international schedule as the Black Ferns and All Blacks prepare to defend their home turf in 2022.

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08 March 2022

International Women’s Day celebrated in Hamilton with busy month of women’s sport

Women’s sports stars are taking centre stage in Hamilton this month, with a full schedule of women’s sporting events happening across three of the city’s major venues. The ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 got underway at Seddon Park on Saturday, with Australia taking the win over England.

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02 December 2021

Match schedule confirmed for FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™

FIFA is pleased to announce the much-anticipated, 64-fixture match schedule for the ninth edition of the FIFA Women’s World Cup, to be jointly hosted by Australia and New Zealand in 2023.

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19 October 2021

Slatter “a natural fit” for H3 Director of Operations position

A familiar face is stepping up from within the ranks to take on H3’s Director of Operations role. Ben Slatter, who has been part of the H3 team for the past eight years, has been promoted into the Director position following the resignation of Chad Hooker earlier this month.

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18 October 2021

Gallagher Chiefs and Northern Brave to join forces with combined membership

The Chiefs Rugby Club and the Northern Districts Cricket Association have joined forces for the upcoming Super Rugby Pacific, Super Rugby Aupiki and Dream11 Super Smash competitions offering fans a unique multi code membership available from this Wednesday.

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30 August 2021

2022 Super Rugby Pacific Format Announced

Super Rugby Pacific will kick off a new era for the world’s most exciting professional rugby competition next February with a 15-week regular season and a refreshed finals format, New Zealand Rugby (NZR) and Rugby Australia (RA) have announced.

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26 August 2021

Weber puts pen to paper – recommits with NZR and Gallagher Chiefs through to 2023

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All Blacks and Gallagher Chiefs halfback Brad Weber has recommitted to New Zealand Rugby (NZR) and his Super
Rugby team, putting pen to paper through to the end of 2023.

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03 June 2021

Gallagher Chiefs v Rebels match moved to Sydney

New Zealand Rugby (NZR) has confirmed the Gallagher Chiefs v Melbourne Rebels Sky Super Rugby Trans-Tasman match on Sunday 6 June will be moved from Hamilton to Sydney.

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31 May 2021

Gallagher Chiefs v Rebels match moved to Sunday

The Gallagher Chiefs Sky Super Rugby Trans-Tasman Round 4 match against the Melbourne Rebels in Hamilton has been pushed out one day and will now kick off at FMG Stadium Waikato at 3. 35pm on Sunday, 6 June. Originally scheduled for 4.

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