NZ team

2022 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS - EDMONTON, CANADA


2019 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS - CANCUN, MEXICO

Dodgeball New Zealand sent a team to compete in the men's division of the 2019 WDBF World Championships. Although making it to the quarter finals, the team was unable to advance, losing to the USA.

Results;

Won against; Argentina, Italy and Norway

Lost to; USA (twice), Australia, Canada, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Mexico

Squad; Nick Fargher (c), Donnovan Hutton (c), Sam Anderson, Brendon Beattie, Shane Coffey, Lance Easson, Hunter Martin, Jake Paki, Nick Saunders, Chris Win

Coach; Simon Harrison

2018 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS - LA, USA

Dodgeball New Zealand sent a team to compete in the men's division of the 2018 WDBF World Championships. In what was one of their best showings at a World tournament, New Zealand qualified 6th after the round robin, losing to Malaysia in the quarter final.

Results;

Won against; Argentina, Hong Kong and Italy

Lost to; Australia, Canada, Malaysia (2), Mexico and USA

Squad; Nick Fargher (c), Donnovan Hutton (c), Brendon Beattie, Shane Coffey, Dylan Dedman-Ngaiwi, Liam Hardie Sander, Caleb Norriss, Chris Win

2016 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS - MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA

For just the second time, New Zealand was able to send both men's and women's teams to the World Championships.

Results (Men);

Won against; Pacific Islands

Lost to; Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Mexico, Singapore and USA

Results (Women);

Won against; Singapore

Lost to; Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Malaysia and USA

Mens Squad; Mike Gold (c), Nick Fargher, Craig Gold, Connor Higgins, Donnovan Hutton, Ray Tuietufuga, Te-Hura Roberts, Chris Win

Womens Squad; Hayley Burrett, Maddison Dixon, Kathryn Gaze, Megan McConnell, Chelsea Martyn, Emma Lester, Tara Skellerup, Christina Wiggers

2015 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS -

LAS VEGAS, USA

After not sending a team to the 2014 tournament, New Zealand introduced a number of new players in the 2015 edition.

Results;

Won against; France

Lost to; Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Mexico and USA

Squad

Lee Terewei (c), Mohinesh Chandra, Jordan Davidson, Donnovan Hutton, Nick Fargher, Aaron Gane, Simon Harrison, Caleb Norriss, Bronson Wharehinga

2014 ADBF International Dodgeball Championships - Singapore

Between World Championship events New Zealand sent a team to compete in the Asian Dodgeball Federation Championships. New Zealand managed to qualify for the final, losing to Malaysia.

Results;

Won against; Singapore, Hong Kong, Philippines

Lost to; Malaysia

Mens Squad; Mike Gold (c), Michael Calder, Mohinesh Chandra, Kelvin Cummings, Jordan Davidson, Aaron Gane, Donnovan Hutton, Bronson Wharehinga


2013 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS - QUEENSTOWN, NEW ZEALAND

The second installment was hosted in our very our picturesque Queenstown! It was also the first year New Zealand enterred both Men's and Women's teams.

Results (Men);

Won against; Australia and Hong Kong

Lost to; Canada, Malaysia and USA

Results (Women);

Won against; Australia

Lost to; Canada, Hong Kong, Malaysia and USA

Mens Squad; Simon Harrison (c), Omri Cook, Aaron Gane, Mike Gold, Luke Hughes, Cameron Neal, Anthony Oorschoot, Nathan Oorschoot, Theo Scandrett, Tony Spence, Lee Terewei

Womens Squad; Charlotte Cramond (c), Haley Burrett, Courtney Cramond, Jenna Haerewa, Kate Henwood, Jane King, Christina Wiggers, Ereti Williams


2012 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS - KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA

New Zealand was part of the very first WDBF Dodgeball World Championships in Malaysia. One of six teams competing, this was a tough introduction for New Zealand, but the team was better for the experience.

Results;

Lost to; Canada, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore and USA

Squad; Simon Harrison (c), Lucas Dons, Ed Foate, James McConachie, Nick McConachie, Liam Maguren, Ihaka Waerea, Bronson Wharehinga


New Zealand Men's representatives

Lance Easson

DNZ #39

Debut 2019

Games played 11

3 Wins

Sam Anderson

DNZ #38

Debut 2019

Games played 11

3 Wins

Nick Saunders

DNZ #37

Debut 2019

Games played 11

3 Wins

Jake Paki

DNZ #36

Debut 2019

Games played 11

3 Wins

Hunter Martin

DNZ #35

Debut 2019

Games played 11

3 Wins

Liam Hardie Sander

DNZ #34

Debut 2018

Games played 9

3 Wins

Brendon Beattie

DNZ #33

Debut 2018

Games played 20

6 Wins

Shane Coffey

DNZ #32

Debut 2018

Games played 13

4 Wins

Dylan Dedman-Ngaiwi

DNZ #31

Debut 2018

Games played 9

3 Wins

Chris Win

DNZ #30

Debut 2016

Games played 28

7 Wins

Craig Gold

DNZ #29

Debut 2016

Games played 8

1 Wins

Ray Tuietufuga

DNZ #28

Debut 2016

Games played 8

1 Win

Te-Hura Roberts

DNZ #27

Debut 2016

Games played 8

1 Win

Connor Higgins

DNZ #26

Debut 2016

Games played 8

1 Win

Caleb Norriss

DNZ #25

Debut 2015

Games played 16

4 Wins

Nick Fargher (c)

DNZ #24

Debut 2015

Games played 35

8 Wins

Michael Calder

DNZ #23

Debut 2014

Games played 4

3 Wins

Mohinesh Chandra

DNZ #22

Debut 2014

Games played 11

4 Wins

Jordan Davidson

DNZ #21

Debut 2014

Games played 11

4 Wins

Donnovan Hutton (c)

DNZ #20

Debut 2014

Games played 39

11 Wins

Kelvin Cummings

DNZ #19

Debut 2014

Games played 4

3 Wins

Lee Terewei (c)

DNZ #18

Debut 2013

Games played 12

3 Wins

Tony Spence

DNZ #17

Debut 2013

Games played 5

2 Wins

Theo Scandrett

DNZ #16

Debut 2013

Games played 5

2 Wins

Nathan Oorschoot

DNZ #15

Debut 2013

Games played 5

2 Wins

Anthony Oorschoot

DNZ #14

Debut 2013

Games played 5

2 Wins

Cameron Neal

DNZ #13

Debut 2013

Games played 5

2 Wins

Luke Hughes

DNZ #12

Debut 2013

Games played 5

2 Wins

Mike Gold (c)

DNZ #11

Debut 2013

Games played 17

6 Wins

Aaron Gane

DNZ #10

Debut 2013

Games played 16

6 Wins

Omri Cook

DNZ #9

Debut 2013

Games played 5

2 Wins

Bronson Wharehinga

DNZ #8

Debut 2012

Games played 16

4 Win

Ihaka Waerea

DNZ #7

Debut 2012

Games played 5

0 Wins

Liam Maguren

DNZ #6

Debut 2012

Games played 5

0 Wins

Nick McConachie

DNZ #5

Debut 2012

Games played 5

0 Wins

James McConachie

DNZ #4

Debut 2012

Games played 5

0 Wins

Ed Foate

DNZ #3

Debut 2012

Games played 5

0 Wins

Lucas Dons

DNZ #2

Debut 2012

Games played 5

0 Wins

Simon Harrison (c)

DNZ #1

Debut 2012

Games played 19

3 Wins

New Zealand Women's representatives

Tara Skellerup

DNZ #14

Debut 2017

Games played 6

1 Win

Chelsea Martyn

DNZ #13

Debut 2017

Games played 6

1 Win

Maddy Dixon

DNZ #12

Debut 2017

Games played 6

1 Win

Megan McConnell

DNZ #11

Debut 2017

Games played 6

1 Win

Emma Lester

DNZ #10

Debut 2017

Games played 6

1 Win

Kathryn Gaze

DNZ #9

Debut 2017

Games played 6

1 Win

Christina Wiggers

DNZ #8

Debut 2013

Games played 11

2 Wins

Ereti Williams

DNZ #7

Debut 2013

Games played 5

1 Win

Kate Henwood

DNZ #6

Debut 2013

Games played 5

1 Win

Jenna Haerewa

DNZ #5

Debut 2013

Games played 5

1 Win

Jane King

DNZ #4

Debut 2013

Games played 5

1 Win

Haley Burrett

DNZ #3

Debut 2013

Games played 11

2 Wins

Courtney Cramond

DNZ #2

Debut 2013

Games played 5

1 Win

Charlotte Cramond

DNZ #1

Debut 2013

Games played 5

1 Win