North vs South Interisland Match


2017 North vs South Presentations
 

 

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Ross Shield - Open Teams
Winning North Captain Luke Sigvertsen,
South Captain Val Wadsworth

 

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BSA Shield and Medal
Top Open Inter-Island Score
Helen Freiman

 

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Hudson Trophy
Top Open Aggregate Score
Grant Taylor

 

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New Open Island Representatives

 

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New Open NZ Representatives

 

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Rhodes Scroll - Veterans Teams
Record score 3908.196
Winning North Island Captain Ralph Small,
South Island Captain Robert Dalzell

 

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Lissington Trophy
Top Veterans Inter-Island Score
Grant Taylor
 

 

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New Veterans Island Representatives

 

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New Veterans NZ Representatives

 

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Craig Shield - Womens Teams
Winning North Captain Raewyne Simpson,
South Captain Denva Wren 

 

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MacDowell Cup
Top Women's North Island Score
Kirsten Birrell

 

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RE Taylor Cup
Top Women's South Island Score
Lanelle McArthur

 

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Hooper Lee Trophy
Top Women's Aggregate Score
Sarah Black

 

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Betty Hooper Memorial Trophy
Top NZ Women's Team Score
Sarah Black

 

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New Women Island Representatives

 

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New Women NZ Representatives

 

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NZSRA Junior Cup - Junior Teams
South Captain Phillippa Fleming presenting
to winning North Captain Sarah Reesby

 

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Nan Barlow Memorial Cup
Top Junior Inter-Island Score
Samantha Riddle

 

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Marchant Trophy
Top Junior Aggregate Score
Samantha Riddle

 

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New Junior Island Representatives

 

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New Junior NZ Representatives

 

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Gardiner Shield
Top Score Derby Team
Ian Inwood
Record Score - 299

 

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Winning Derby Team
Neil's Notorious Not Near Enough

 


 

North vs South is over for another year, and a huge thanks to Manawatu Association for a well-run event.

NZ Teams all shot their postal match against Home Counties this morning.  Well done in particular to the Women's Team who posted a record score.

Then it was the turn of the Derby Teams, whose members are drawn from the ranked list of non-NZ Team shooters in a way that means all the teams are relatively even.

And finally tonight are the Dinner and Presentations.  Photos from the weekend will be added to a North vs South 2017 photo gallery, so look out for that later next week.

Safe travels to everyone heading home from the event.

 


 Congratulations to the North Island for a clean sweep at North vs South 2017!

 

And for Sunday evening, don't forget to be at the dinner venue before 6pm to be ready for your Team Photos.

 


The 2017 North vs South match has opened in Palmerston North on 18th August.  

The top shooters from around NZ have gathered at the MSRA range to practice, to be welcomed by Palmerston North's Deputy Mayor Tangi Utikere, to be introduced and receive their Date Bars,  and to enjoy a fantastic supper.  Shooting starts at 7.30am tomorrow with a practice for the Junior and Veterans Teams who then shoot their match, followed by the Women's Teams around 12, and the Open Teams at 2.30.    

Results will be posted as they come available.

 

 

 


 

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Tangi Utikere
Deputy Mayor, Palmerston North

 

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North Island Juniors

 

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South Island Juniors

 

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North Island Veterans
 

 

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South Island Veterans

 

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North Island Women
 

 

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South Island Women

 

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North Island Open

 

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South Island Open

 

Congratulations to all the shooters who been selected for North Island or South Island Teams.

 

 

 

 

Please be sure to send your Information Sheet back to the Host Association (Manawatu) as soon as possible,  
and let the TSNZ Office  know immediately if you are no longer available to go to the North vs South match.


The North vs South Interisland match is shot annually in late August, with the venue alternating between North and South Islands.

The 2017 North vs South Interisland match is being held in Palmerston North on 19th August.

To be eligible for selection to shoot in a North/South team, shooters must have NOMINATED on their Annual TSNZ Membership Form, and have that form and their membership fees arrive at the TSNZ Office by 30th April.

Below are the North Island and South Island ranking lists for shooters who nominated for 2017 North vs South Teams.  These lists will be updated during the season as the Championship matches are held.

 Note that the lists are compiled from the results forwarded to the TSNZ Office by the Associations and Clubs who run the Champs,  so the accuracy and timeliness of this list is only as good as the results provided.  However if you see any ranking or result on the lists that you know to be incorrect, please contact the TSNZ Office.    

 

2017 TEAM MANAGERS

 

      NORTH ISLAND

OPEN

WOMEN

JUNIORS

VETERANS

   Alison Fursdon

   Bob Crawford

   Ian Stuart

   Fred de Burgh

      SOUTH ISLAND

OPEN

WOMEN

JUNIORS

VETERANS

   Peter Webster

   Betty Gardiner

   Malcolm Garland

   Rex Schroder

 

 

 

 


 

North vs South Explained

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Teams of shooters are selected based on Championship scores shot between April and June each year.  For North Islanders this is based on the average out of 100 of their FOUR best scores, while for South Islanders it is from their THREE best scores.

The RANKING LIST from the TSNZ Office gives the current ranking for all shooters who have nominated for North/South.

TEAMS:
OPEN - 20 members plus 2 emergencies
WOMEN - 15 members plus 2 emergencies
JUNIOR - 10 members plus 2 emergencies
VETERAN - 10 members plus 2 emergencies


SELECTION:

Some places in each team are awarded automatically based on the Ranking List.  These are 15 for the Open team, 11 for the Women's Team, 7 for the Juniors Team and 7 for the Veterans Team.

An Island Selection Panel of three (who have been appointed at the previous TSNZ AGM) confirm the automatic selections and then select the remaining members from the full list of nominees.  They can consider nominees who have not shot 3 Championships for South Island and 4 Championships for North Island if they feel this is warranted.

Shooters who have been selected for the Teams are advised of their success by early July, and will then receive full information on the match and what is expected of them.

 

THE MATCH:

Each Team and Island has a Manager who makes sure their teams know all they need to in advance of the match, and are present during the weekend.  On the Friday night the Manager will introduce his/her team along with their years of representation and will present the Island datebars. During the Saturday match the Manager will make sure everyone is ready on time, will check targets and be the liaison for any protests, and at the Dinner will make sure everyone is present (and well presented) at the team photos.

On the Saturday all teams shoot shoulder to shoulder and will shoot one ten-shot, one twenty-shot, and then one ten-shot match.   Separate matches are shot for each team a shooter has qualified for - for example a shooter in both the Junior and Open teams will have to shoot eveything twice.  Those who rank in the top of each team qualify for their respective New Zealand Team(s), and then shoot on the Sunday in a Postal Match against the UK Home Counties.  Shooters who do not make the NZ teams also shoot on the Sunday in the Derby Match, where teams have been drawn from their ranking on the previous day.  There is often a Manager's match too, where the team managers have to borrow all the gear they need.

The event concludes with an Awards Dinner, which is a formal event and includes presentation of trophies and NZ pockets and datebars, and photographs of all teams.  The dress code for all team members is black trousers/skirt, white shirt/top, and black blazer/jacket.  

 

 

Past North vs South Results

 

 

 



 

 




 

Click here for IMAGES OF NORTH vs SOUTH 2016
 

2016 North vs South


CONGRATULATIONS TO:


South Island Junior Team - winners of NZSRA Junior Cup.
Lanelle McArthur - winner of Nan Barlow Memorial Cup for Top Scorer Junior Inter-Island Match, and Marchant Trophy for Top Scorer Aggregate Junior Island & NZ Team.

South Island Womens Team - winners of Craig Shield.
Meredith Ackrill - winner of MacDowall Cup for Top Scorer North Island Womens Team.
Rachel McLaren - winner of RE Taylor Cup for Top Scorer South Island Womens Team.
Amelia Hughson - winner of Hooper/Lee Trophy for Top Scorer Aggregate Womens Island & NZ Team.
Amelia Hughson and Helen Freiman - joint winners of the Betty Hooper Memorial Cup for Top Scorer Womens NZ Team.

North Island Veterans Team - winners of Rhodes Scroll.
Grant Taylor - winner of Lissington Trophy for Top Scorer Veteran Inter-Island Match.

North Island Open Team - winners of Ross Shield.
Daniel Keis - winer of BSA Shield & Medal for Top Scorer Open Match.
Helen Freiman - winner of Hudson Trophy for Top Scorer Agrregate Open Island & NZ Team.
 

North vs South 2016 Information

Team Managers:

North Island Open - Alison Fursdon
North Island Women - Kevin Small
North Island Juniors - Maureen McCabe
North Island Veterans - Elizabeth Taylor
South Island Open - Peter Webster
South Island Women - Colleen Lee
South Island Juniors - Malcolm Garland
South Island Veterans - Bryan Hunter








 

Teams for 2016 :



 Please note that shooters who are RESERVES do need to travel to shoot, those who are ON CALL only travel if they are called up into the teams.