Help our New Zealand Fistball teams pull on the Black Jersey for the first time!
We need your help to send the New Zealand Men's and Women's Fistball teams to Australia to compete in their first international tournament!
Way back in 2016, it was discovered that New Zealand was lacking representation in the fine sport of fistball (currently played in over 60 countries around the world). A (small) number of dedicated kiwis decided that this just would not do, and have been working tirelessly to create a team that the nation can be proud of.
As all good NZ sports teams will know, one of the most important things you can do when representing your country, is to beat Australia.
And that's what we're trying to do.
On Waitangi weekend (just four weeks time!!) our team of fistballers are set to leave the beautiful shores of Aotearoa for a slightly larger, slightly warmer continent, with slightly more kangaroos. Once there, we will work our way towards bringing home a trophy (any trophy) that is befitting a quality NZ side.
This is where we need your help.
We have 21 committed kiwis travelling to Melbourne to represent our country in the first ever Trans-Tasman tournament (held over four days) and we need help raising money for the following costs:
As a team with big dreams and non-existent budgets, we would greatly appreciate any help that we can get. If you've made it this far through the blurb the next logical thing would be to donate to this admirable cause.
Thank you all so much in advance, we really (seriously) can't do it without you.
Blase Dowall's involvement (page creator)
The New Zealand Fistball Association is the governing body for New Zealand's newest International sport, Fistball!!!!! Our aim is to grow the sport in NZ and help teams compete at the club, national, and international level.
Other page links
Fundraisers supporting us
Want to get in touch with Blase Dowall?Ask a question here
Want to display a QR code that links to this page?Grab a QR Code
Any concerns?Report this page
This page was created on 6 Jan 2017 and closed on 7 Feb 2017.