DSNZ President

October 23, 2015

Auckland 1990 Programme Booklet

The 34th New Zealand Games for the Deaf was held in Auckland, organised by the Auckland Deaf Society Combined Sports Committee. Ansett New Zealand were privileged to lend it’s support for these games. Programme Booklet:
July 3, 2015

Proposed changes to the New Zealand Deaf Games

The Deaf Sports New Zealand Executive Board are proposing some major changes to the New Zealand Deaf Games. We have created 7 video clips to explain the major changes to the New Zealand Deaf Games Bylaws. You can read the DRAFT New Zealand Deaf Games ByLaws here. Major points of difference are: Change of dates – Previously held during Labour Weekend, but proposed to be held at the End of January. Splitting the New Zealand Deaf Games into two sections: Competition – Deaf Athletes only, competing in sports with a full National Associate Member for the Aotearoa Turi Shield points. Social […]
December 8, 2014

New Zealand Deaf Games at Easter Weekend?

Tena koutou, Tena koutou, Tena koutou katoa Open letter/NZSL to Deaf Sports New Zealand (DSNZ); New Zealand Deaf Rugby Football Union (NZDRFU); and the New Zealand Deaf community My name is Darryl Alexander. I am Deaf and living in Wellington. I am passionate to play, watch and talk about sports. Any kind of sports. I am writing/signing to share an idea about our two main Deaf tournaments in our country. National Deaf Rugby Championship and NZ Deaf Games. I will discuss about the idea of the letter/NZSL. I will discuss why the idea is a positive move. I will discuss […]
October 30, 2014

NZDG Results 2014: Indoor Football

This was the first time that Indoor Football was included as a sport at the New Zealand Deaf Games.
October 30, 2014

NZDG Results 2014: Touch

Southern held off Central to win Touch.
October 30, 2014

NZDG Results 2014: Squash

Southern took out maximum points in Squash. with Ben Robertson on top, followed by Daniel Williams and Josje Lelyveld.