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What’s on? Water polo and women’s triathlon

Daughter and mother combo -Dee Burnell from Hamilton and Yvonne Shaw from Fairlie. They came in third last year and are back for 2019

Kia ora and morena Sunners, and welcome to your Sunday, where there’s lots of great activities to participate in or be entertained by.

In Pilot Bay this morning, over 850 incredible women will be taking part in the Generation Homes Women’s Triathlon 2019!

This is the sixth year that the event has run. With a 400m swim, a 10km cycle and a 4km run/walk, the event is designed to encourage the ‘have a go’ philosophy and participants will be made up of women from 11 years of age and at any level of fitness and ability.

For some, this will be their very first triathlon, so if you’re in the area come and cheer them on from 8.30am. Road closures will be in place from 5.30am to noon. Prize giving is at 11.30am.

Over on the Tauranga Waterfront this morning is day two of exciting water polo. Catch all the action from this inaugural event, come down and support your favourite teams, and chat with some of the players, who are competing to win the John Hayes Cup. John was a stalwart of Tauranga Water Polo and sadly passed away last year.

If you’re feeling arty or want to go find some home grown veges, check out the markets and galleries. The Mount Farmer’s Market is on in Coronation Park, and over in the Tauranga Historic Village you’ll find a variety of exhibitions to explore.

We’re expecting occasional showers today, but clearing evening after brisk westerlies change cooler, gusty southeast. There will be a high of 23 degrees today and an overnight low of 14 degrees. Remember to keep up your sun protection, even on a cloudy day.

What else is on today?

Bible Seminar
1:45pm Greerton Senior Citizen’s Hall, Maitland St, Greerton. Title: Our Bible, The Book of Jude explained. Interactive, Q&A. All welcome. Vic 543 0504


Blue Rovers Football Club
Registrations are open for Winter Football League, First Kicks & Futsal. Visit our website www.bluerovers.co.nz for more info or find us on Facebook.


Computer Club (Tga) Inc.
Meets at Arts & Crafts Centre, Elizabeth St West, on last Sun of the month, from 9:30-12:30pm. Ph 571 4941


Corkers Toastmasters
Corkers Toastmasters meets 3rd Sunday of month at 2pm at Zone Cafe (upstairs) Owens Pl Mount Maunganui. Ph Chrissy 027 296 7939


Croquet
Tauranga Domain, Cameron Road, 12:45 for 1pm start. Sun, Tues, Fri. Beginners welcome. Peter 571 0633


Friendship Force Travel Club
Enjoy travel & meeting visitors? For world-wide exchange travel ph Jonathan 572 2091, Barbara 574 5711, www.friendshipforce.org.nz


Mah Jong Te Puke
Every Thursday & Sunday at Lyceum Clubrooms Palmer Pl Te Puke. 12:45-4pm. Learners welcome. Gig 537 5355 or 0274 306 383


Maketu Market
Maketu Market held on 3rd & 5th Sundays of month. 6am set up until 12pm at Maketu Village Green. Pat 021 447 420 or Carolyn 027 251 0388


Mount RSA Women's Section
We are hosting “Remembering the Service Animals”. Celebrations start at 10:30am, entertainer is Rebecca Nelson, also interesting guest speakers. Light lunch $10.


Oropi Sunday Market
Great range of quality stalls, something for everyone! Come along & experience what makes it so special. 1295 Oropi Rd.


Papamoa Country Music Club
Our regular monthly meeting is at Gordon Spratt Reserve. Great music & food so come & enjoy. Ph Mike 0274 597 505


World Day of Prayer
Friday 1st March Sunrise to Sunset St Columba 502 Otumoetai Road Main Service 10.30am

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