Deaf Sports Australia has extended an invite to New Zealand teams to compete at the 2018 Australia Deaf Games in ALBURY/WODONGA from the 20th to 27th January 2018. Albury and Wodonga are towns on the New South Wales and Victoria State border between Sydney and Melbourne. There is an airport at Albury that has direct flights from Sydney. The following sports will be available for competition: ATHLETICS BASKETBALL BEACH VOLLEYBALL CRICKET DARTS EIGHT BALL FUTSAL GOLF 1 LAWN BOWLS NETBALL RUGBY 7’S SOCCER SWIMMING TABLE TENNIS TENNIS TENPIN BOWLING TOUCH FOOTY Deaf Sports Australia have asked that ALL New Zealand teams […]
Now that the Australian Deaf Games have completed, we can share that athletes from New Zealand won one Silver placing and two Bronze placings, all from Lawn Bowls. Fiji topped the points table with 15 Golds. The next Australian Deaf Games will be held in Albury-Wodonga from 20-27 January 2018. Check out the Press Release from Deaf Sports Australia.
Deaf Sports New Zealand is now accepting Expressions of Interests for the Australian Deaf Games in January 2016. Click on the image to fill out the form and send to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible so we can start finalising the team to represent New Zealand.
Hello, here is a brief announcement for the Australian Deaf Games (ADG) for the New Zealanders who are going to Australia in 2012. The Australian Deaf Games are taking place at Geelong, Melbourne from 14th – 22nd January 2012. New Zealand athletes are participating in Darts, 8 Ball Pool, Lawn Bowls, Squash and Table Tennis. All these sports have been confirmed. Other sports which were considered for New Zealand such as Netball, Cricket and 7 a-side Touch Rugby are off/not confirmed. Seventeen people from New Zealand are going, with twelve participating in the sports mentioned above as well as two […]