Sponsors & Trusts

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Players sports:

Players Sports is a specialist cricket shop, online and in store, where cricketers have welcoming access to the latest in cricket products and bat workshop services. Located at 14 Melrose St, Newmarket, Auckland, Players Sports is stocked with the world’s major cricket brands including Kookaburra, Gray-Nicolls, Gunn & Moore, Puma, Asics, New Balance, Oakley and Masuri. Players Sports unique cricket bat workshop, located on site, offers state of the art craftsmanship and knocking in services to ensure all Counties Manukau cricketers are fully catered for and prepared. Call free 0800 522 817 or visit for more.

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Jarvis Trading:

Jarvis Trading Ltd is a manufacturer and importer of specialised packaging products. Jarvis Trading supplies New Zealand's produce growers with onion bags, hessian potato bags and multi-wall paper bags. Other specialty products being imported for Jarvis Trading customers include windbreak cloth, shade cloth, road cloth, frost bags, timber wrap, jute & poly jute bags.

Four Winds Foundation Limited:

They are a Charitable Foundation who distributes funds to the community from the proceeds of gaming machines. The Foundation supports a cross section of non profit community groups, charities, welfare agencies, educational organisations and amateur sporting organisations.

NZ Community Trust:

NZCT are committed to ensuring money goes back into the communities from which it was raised. NZCT has set up a number of Regional Advisory Committees around the country. These groups of reputable local people help with advice about recipients of funding in their area. Each year we make around 2500 grants totalling between $40 and $45 million.

The Pelorus Trust:

The Pelorus Trust is a charitable trust based in Wellington which raises funds for charitable, philanthropic and sporting purposes through the operation of gaming machines. The Trust maintains an open and equitable funding regime that enables non-profit organisations such as sports clubs, cultural groups, and community-based societies or trusts to apply for funds.

Pub Charity:

Pub Charity is a charitable trust committed to supporting Kiwi communities through funds raised in gaming machines in hotels and taverns.Pub Charity was the first organisation in New Zealand licensed to operate gaming machines and is one of the largest national trusts operating gaming machines, with venues spread across the country.

The Lion Foundation:

The Lion Foundation's purpose is to help good causes all around New Zealand. As a Charitable Trust, we grant millions of dollars every year to a huge range of clubs, charities and community groups from large to small, in areas as diverse as health, education, sports, arts and culture. In the past 25 years, we've returned over $540 million back to the community.

The Southern Trust:

The Southern Trust strives to return as much as possible to communities through funding. They provide funding to amateur sport, education, community purposes, welfare organizations and arts and culture. The majority of families within New Zealand have received benefit, either directly or indirectly, from gaming machine proceeds through their funding.

The Trusts Community Foundation:

The Trusts Community Foundation are a national not-for-profit company established to distribute the funds generated from gaming machines operated in some Licensing Trusts, hotels, TABs and sports clubs (our gaming venues) around New Zealand.The Foundation support a broad cross section of non-profit community groups, charities, welfare agencies and educational organisations as well as many amateur sporting clubs and the Racing Industry.

The Trillian Trust:

The Trillian Trust are a boutique gaming machine operator, specialising in great service to both it's venue operators and the community since 1999. Trillian provides grants to many groups and organisations throughout the country, with a particular focus on children, youth and lifesaving. Last year, they provided in excess of $6.1 million dollars to the community.