New Zealand Rugby Foundation 2018 Annual Report.

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We are part of the rugby community. We care and advocate for our VIPs and safety in the game we love.


Jacqui Gail and Judy Kean

Daughters of Phil and Julia Booth. Big sister Chloe and Thea with baby Sasha Takeand two GvT keano and Simon Nick Stacey Blincoe with baby Kayla



Peter van Raalte 10/11/1963 - 06/08/2018



Table Of Contents Notice of Annual General Meeting


Officers 2018

7 8-9

Chair’s Report CEO’s Report


Treasurer’s Report


Non-Financial Information 15-17

Entity Information Statement of Service Performance


Financial Information Statement of Financial Performance


Statement of Financial Position

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Statement of Cash Flows Statement of Accounting Policies


Notes to the Performance Report


Independent Auditors Report




Our Donors


Life Members 2018


Thanks for Supporting




Sponsors / Our Partners


We dedicate this annual report to those in our Rugby Foundation family who passed away this year: VIP Peter van Raalte VIP Ross Cameron(2014) Toby Preston Matthew Stevens



Tane Norton with Leann Meimaris and Sharon Moran

Patron Richie McCaw with Graham Mourie and Ben Larson

Len Gee

Graham Mourie and Stelios Meimaris




The Meads family and Ross Ormsby

NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Notice is hereby given that the 32nd Annual General Meeting of the New Zealand Rugby Foundation Incorporated will be held in the Presidents Lounge, Level 3, Alexandra Park Function Centre, Greenlane Road West, Epsom, on Tuesday 9 April 2019 at 2:00pm The order of business for the Annual General Meeting shall be: 1.

Opening of Meeting




Confirmation of Minutes of previous Annual General Meeting held 20 March 2018

4. Presentation of the Chair’s statement 5.

Presentation of CEO’s statement


Presentation of Treasurer’s report


Receive and adopt the Annual Report


Receive and adopt the audited Statement of Financial Performance and Statement of Financial Position for the previous financial years


Performance Report for the previous financial year

10. Election/ratification of Officers, Directors and appointment of Auditor 11. Vote of thanks to Outgoing Officers and Directors 12. Consider any business or proposed resolution of which notice has been given 13. Transact any general business 14. Closure




Ross Ormsby, Jarmo Sturmfels, Ruby Tui, kelly Brazier, Dion Seeling and Sarah Goss

Kieran Read, Cody Everson, Tim Bateman and Wyatt Crockett

Kelly Brazier, Sarah Goss and Rugby Tui

Waisake Naholo, Keith Jarvie and family, Mark Ranby, Liam Squire and Ben Smith

Jenny Hellen, Nehe Milner-Skudder, Niall Williams, Tyla Nathan-Wong, Tane Norton, Graham Mourie, Deb Shaw and Sir Bryan Williams



OFFICERS 2018 Patrons:

Sir Graham Henry KNZM

Richie McCaw ONZ


Andy Leslie MNZM

Original First XV: Sir David Beattie, Sir Russell Pettigrew, Sir Brian Lochore, Sir Desmond Sullivan, Sir Wilson Whineray, J.G Frazer, B.J Drake, J.J Stewart, G.C McKay, A.R Leslie, R.A Harper, B.A Hancox, K.R Tremain, R.W Thomas, I.A Vodanovich Board of Directors: Gerard van Tilborg


Andy Leslie MNZM


Mark Peters


Tane RW Norton MNZM

Maurice Trapp

John Leslie

David Latta

Simon Tremain

Sir Bryan Williams KNZM MBE

Dr John Mayhew ONZM

Graham Mourie MBE

Anthony Boric

Kirsten Patterson

Andrew Golightly

Andrew Hall

Tanya Black

NZR representative

Honorary Life Members: Sir Russell Hilton Pettigrew F.Inst.D, FCIT K.T RNZN 3886, WWII. (deceased)

Sir Colin Earl Meads DCNZM MBE (deceased)

Sir David John Graham KNZM CBE ED (deceased)

Richie Guy ONZM

Colin G Gibbons

Chief Executive Officer: Lisa Kingi-Bon Accountant:

Angela Davies


Crowe Horwath New Zealand Audit Partnership


Bank of New Zealand, Newmarket

Administration: Sport Auckland House Level 4, Alexandra Park Function Centre Greenlane West Epsom Ph: (09) 623 7980, Fax: (09) 623 7920 mobile 021 212 7399 Email:



CHAIR’S REPORT Our CEO and Treasurer provide detail in their reports and I will avoid as much as possible repeating the same information here. During 2018 four more VIPs have joined our numbers. Two lost sight in one eye, one was an unreported brachial plexus from 2017 and the other is a ‘walking tetraplegic’. Whilst the numbers of living VIPs has increased from 97 to 99, we had one VIP who passed away during the year and we were also notified of one, who we have had no contact with the last 8 years, had passed away in 2014. Our deepest condolences go the family of Peter van Raalte and belatedly to the family of Ross Cameron. In 2018 Sir Graham Henry joined the Foundation as Patron alongside Richie McCaw. Both are very supportive of the Foundation and Ted being Auckland based, has been very active in being able to support the Foundation’s events. Our congratulations go to Gemma and Richie on the birth of their first child. We also have had two wheelies, Andrew Hall and Tanya Black join the Board. Their perspective from being in chairs is important and what they bring with their governance skills experience specifically in media and IT has enhanced the processes of the board. Thank you both. It is clear that we need better reporting of injury and better analysis of data to ensure that players can play competitively in a combative game but also in an environment that is as safe as possible to avoid catastrophic injury. To this end, the Foundation has agreed to fund a Research resource with NZR to assist in the research of injury data. The project will be reviewed to ensure it is effective, and that the data produced is accurate and available for research and publication. We have concerns in the amateur game at the age range of catastrophic and near mis injuries. In 2018 of the 18 nears misses, 14 were 22 years of age or younger and 9 of these were in their teens. Whilst this may reflect the demographic age range it may also reflect vulnerability. Analysis may assist to ensure that NZR and ACC’s excellent RugbySmart programme can address all issues. Our Head Injury register is underdone but currently records 25 injuries going back to 1990. Five of these are VIPs, three died of their injuries and the other 18 are recorded as Near Misses. Anecdotally it is clear that notification of Head Trauma is poor and records difficult to maintain. It is also clear that the vast majority of head injuries resolve satisfactorily in



10 to 15 days. The Blue Card system despite its difficulties is an excellent initiative to manage a gradual back to play process. However, as with all sports and head injuries in all walks of life the statistical information and the science needs to catch up so that the magnitude of the issues can be properly understood. From that processes will be able to be developed to minimise the issues in this area. Where head trauma does not resolve the ‘unseen’ nature of the injury is not always resulting in best practice being applied. To this end we are entering into a relationship with ABI Rehabilitation Limited (ABI is Acquired Brain Injury) to ensure that there are checklists available to GPs etc. to refer to best practice science driven rehabilitation data and treatment. Another area we have had concerns with over the years are the number of cardiac incidents that have occurred in and around the game. None of these have been an injury issue but none the less this is an area we believe we can assist and accordingly we have instigated a project (subject to funding which is looking promising) to ensure there are externally accessible AEDs (defibrillators) available at every rugby club in New Zealand. Our Treasurer has commented on our financial position in his report. I am pleased we have achieved and maintained our investment at just over 5.0M of investment funds in what has been a very difficult year for Investment management. In 2017 investment returns contributed a significant amount to cover our costs but in 2018 this was negligible. However, it is pleasing that there has been good recovery post balance date and that the quality of management of the investments has ensured that we have performed reasonably in a volatile market. My target of $10m in ‘2015 dollars’ in investment funds to be achieved over the next few years I believe remains an important and achievable goal. My personal thanks to Capt. Graham McNally who works tirelessly to ensure the success of the Long Lunch in Dubai and to Gary Chapman who allowed us to share in the funds raised from that event over recent years. In 2018 we were privileged to receive $94K. Since 2014 we have received $276K from this source. The personal efforts of those involved Graham and Gary, but also many others, to make that event such a success and the significant monies they have raised for the Foundation are very much appreciated and the result superb. Three other

Charities also benefit from this event and frankly we are humbled that we form part of that group receiving this assistance. The Gaming Trusts who assist us are very, very much appreciated. This is an everchanging area and we continue to rely on that support whilst also moving to become more self-sufficient. Without the support of the Trusts our endeavours to one day reduce that reliance will fail. So, thank you all for your wonderful and continuing help. Sponsors, without you we simply could not do what we do. The support you provide financially is great but as important is your personal enthusiasm and support for the work we do and for our individual VIPs and their families. The financial support of NZ Rugby and its ongoing encouragement is hugely positive. A special thank you to the Board and Management of NZ Rugby. Sport in the modern era is as always measured by its onfield results but also more and more on how it deals with social issues and those within its ranks who face adversity. The transparency with which we all deal with these issues is important and we are the envy in that regard of many other sports in NZ.

Yet again the support of the Directors and Management during the year has been excellent. All of your efforts are above and beyond expectation. I would particularly like to thank President Andy Leslie for his ongoing advice and also the support of all of the other Directors. I would also like to express my deepest thanks to Lisa, Ben, Angela and Gwendoline. Finally, we have two individuals who have indicated that they wish to retire from the Foundation at the AGM. Both Maurice Trapp and Tane Norton have worked tirelessly for the Foundation over many years. Maurice and Tane both deserve our sincerest thanks and we plan to celebrate their contribution at the AGM. Gerard van Tilborg Chair

Centurions Luncheon Team photo



CEO’S REPORT During last year the Board and management worked through two half-days of strategic review. Facilitated by an independent professional we concluded with succinct and resolute outcomes. Three priorities/ statements summarise our strategy: Care - Improve the quality of life for our VIPs. Advocacy – Champion safety in our rugby game. Sustain our Foundation through world class stewardship. This is summed up in our Values:

• We will stand together in service providing empathetic support and partnership.

• We will provide leadership opportunity, assistance and advocacy and networking to enable quality of lives.

• We will be financially sustainable. Vision: We are part of the rugby community. We care and advocate for our VIPs and safety in the game we love. On the Field Writing this report is always a time for reflection on what we have done during the year and the stories about the players we have supported. Many highs and lows. We ‘welcomed’ four new VIPs into the family, definitely not a club anyone volunteers to join.

There were two fatalities off the field. Young Toby Hope passed away in a vehicle accident on the way to his match. The All Player Insurance Policy covers players and management on the way to and from matches and practice. Murray Stevens passed away in his sleep the night of his match and we await the coroner’s report. Our thoughts are with their families. Off the Field VIP Peter van Raalte passed away on 6 August. Peter was injured in 1980 at age 16 as a result of a collapsed scrum. He went back to school the year after and went on to gain his BSc. (Hons) in computer science. He played Wheel Chair rugby competitively nationally and internationally. He worked at the Ministry of Primary Industry for 31 years. Beloved son of Tony (dec) and Gillian. Beloved brother and brother-in-law of Paula and Gary. Beloved father of Matthew. Loving stepfather and Poppa to 10. Loved uncle of Nick and Anna.

John Cocker and Ryan Roughan have both suffered total loss of sight in one eye. Hugely life changing as they and their families make adjustments. 15 year old, Jacob Fifita-Tovo sustained an incomplete spinal cord injury in Feilding and medevacked to Burwood. His level of injury is C5 ASIA D. 19 year old Ta’u Latu was injured in March 2017 and sadly this was not reported. His injury came to our attention through another VIP who suffered the same type of injury in 2016. He sustained a Brachial Plexus injury and has lost the use of his left arm.

Our Very Injured Players as always impress in their endeavours and we are privileged to partner with them and their families. Each varies hugely as one would expect with 99 individuals. Since records began we have 109 on the list. Five of the players had their accidents pre-ACC which came into effect on 1 April 1974.

In addition to the four new VIPs we had 18 Near Miss incidents. 16 male and 2 female. 13 of these were neck injuries, two of which were also head issues, two were very serious internal injuries and two experienced cardiac arrest.

We have loved hosting VIPs at various events across the country. It is always so good to spend time with them and their families, carers and friends. Our hosting occurred at our annual fundraising event at Eden Park and at various events across both Islands.

A Near Miss story of superb injury management, which in itself is injury prevention. Palmerston North Girls High School rugby player Rebekah Turner, 16, was injured in a game against Dannevirke High School’s girls’ 1st XV. Referee James Kendrick’s quick thinking and skills as a volunteer St John first responder and Dannevirke volunteer firefighter led him to lie on the cold, wet ground holding Bex’s neck and comforting her during the hour-long ordeal. “Bex said she couldn’t feel her legs,” said mum, Christine Walker. “There she was, only 16, and I thought she


was facing a life in a wheelchair. We were very, very lucky that day to have James there. If it were not for him Bex may not be walking now.” Walker said James was “absolutely focused on my daughter”. Bex was medevacked to Middlemore Hospital where she was observed for a number of days before being cleared to fly home. Bex’s injury also included severe concussion from which she has now fully recovered.


A number of the VIP whanau have been very unwell and we wish them strength and courage. There have been very stressful times for their families’ and carers as their men are in and out of hospital for various surgeries.

Two new babies! Congratulations to Nick and Stacey Blincoe as they welcomed Kyla into their lives and Phil and Julia Booth with the arrival of Sasha, sister to Chloe and Thea. We’ve continued ensuring that homes are warm, this with the assistance of the very generous gift from Freemasons in 2017 and with our local supporter Panasonic. We are pretty sure that everyone who needed Heat pumps are now well provided for.

We are so proud to see quite a number of VIPs take part in the ASB Auckland Marathon – the first time that hand cycles have been a part of the ASB Marathon. What a great day. Several of our VIPs have competed in their disciplines offshore and have Tokyo 2020 well in focus as they try for qualifying positions. Advocacy and Prevention During the year we worked with a group of VIPs and John Miller Law (JML). The issue is the disparity between the funding package paid by ACC to the contracted agencies and the package paid by ACC to those managing their own care (i.e. where an agency contracted to ACC is not arranging care). This is a complex issue and where there is no resolution yet, we would like to acknowledge Charlotte Kerr of JML for her dedicated hours of work and also the team at ACC who are always available for discussion. There are many people at NZR dedicated to research and making the game as safe as possible as demonstrated in the prevention programme RugbySmart. ACC have made a $7m commitment towards this. This year (2019) we embark on a Research Project with NZR. The key focus areas are: Improved delivery of findings of injury trends in Rugby including those relating specifically to serious and catastrophic injury Develop a greater understanding of root causes to inform future prevention endeavours. We also have great examples of working with ACC to ensure best outcomes for VIPs. They include wonderful new off road technology and home maintenance outside ACC’s modification scope.

Finances, Fundraising and Events We derive income from diverse income streams, and we constantly need to maintain this as different streams peak and trough. It is a highly competitive terrain as one of 27,176 charities in New Zealand. Our Treasurer Mark Peters talks in more detail to this year’s results. We are deeply grateful to our partners, sponsors, donors, members and funders, all listed at the back of the report. Very little is possible without their generosity. Our Commercial Manger Ben Sturmfels has done an excellent job around events. Ben has a way of crafting and ensuring that as many dollars possible are pulled from every occasion. Similarly the Donor Programme has grown although we have not had the capacity to develop the Major Gifting and Bequest spaces to where we want to. This is a priority for 2019. Our thanks to these organisations who named us as the recipient of proceeds from their events: Centurions in Wellington, Massey RFC in Auckland, and Harlequins in Hamilton and the NZ Barbarians. When the Baabaas started arranging an event to honour Sir Bryan Williams, he only agreed if half the proceeds were donated to the NZ Rugby Foundation. The NZ Rugby Stars Cookbook has been a neat project as much about profile as income. The new Customer Relationship Management system went live towards the end of last year and will be followed by the new website during May. I thank my colleagues, Ben Sturmfels, Gwendoline Jessop and Angela Davies for their teamwork, humour and energy. Thank you to our Patrons Sir Graham and Richie. Thank you to our Board and Chair who give us unaccountable hours of time and sage advice. Vision: We are part of the rugby community. We care and advocate for our VIPs and safety in the game we love. Lisa Kingi-Bon CEO

Near Miss Rebekah Turner with referee James Kendrik

Jacob Fifita-Tovo pictured with his siblings



TREASURER’S REPORT 2018 concluded as somewhat of a disappointing year financially. As stated a number of times in previous reports the aim of the Foundation is to grow our capital base on a relatively small but consistent basis by creating sufficient surpluses to inflation proof the Investment Fund. This fund produces a good part of the Foundation’s income to meet the grant requirements of our VIPs. So to finish with just a near break even for the year, and no inflation proof of equity, was not as planned. What in fact happened was that for the first time in my involvement the Capital Equity Base of our Investment Fund reduced in value for the year - and showed an overall capital deficit of around $83,000, whereas in previous years it had averaged capital growth surpluses of $120,000. This in itself was no great surprise after global equity markets started a downwards correction shortly after mid-year. I have been saying in many of my reports that capital fund growth is not always positive and a negative correction at sometime is more than probable. In fact JBWere - our fund investment managers- did very well to contain that capital fall to around 1.5% in markets that were dropping by much more than that. What was disappointing though is that we were too slow to balance grant payments with events in the marketplace and cash flow, so we in fact exceeded our grant budget by around $100k at a time when we needed to be very circumspect. I have said before that VIPs needs are a definite priority, but we have to be very careful to balance this with available funds and needed equity growth year on year. Fortunately a prudent management of operating expenses helped where some other income streams also resulted on below budget returns. The Foundation’s Executive Board have put into place measures to manage Grant Budgets better in future and are confident that this area will improve.

As said last year it is not getting any easier to obtain new funding sources, and even to obtain grants from our various supportive Gaming Trusts, who have their own issues. So work continues to diversify income streams from sources such as projects, major gifts and bequests. We are eternally grateful to Emirates Group for again allowing the Foundation to be a beneficiary from their Dubai “Long Lunch”. We of course also remain very grateful to the NZ Rugby Union for their continued grant and strong support of the Foundation’s work. The Foundation’s Balance Sheet, and Capital Investments do remain strong and will stand it in good stead for the future, so long as we continue to plan for future needs with inflation proofing that fund. Finally my sincere thanks to Lisa and her team for their hard work, to Angela Davies who looks after all the day to day accounting and makes the Treasurer’s job that much easier, and also to Bruce and Tom at JBWere who do a great job with our investment. Mark Peters FCA Treasurer

Neil Cudby, Ross Ormsby, Kurt Baker, Sam Dickson and Sione Molia






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0 2013


Donations and Fundraising

2015 Gaming

2016 Members




Other (includes SIK)



Bob Waldron Alex Dalzell and Ben Larson

Ross Ormsby, Brad Heyward and Phil Booth and support team

Aneru Ese and Seti Tafua



0 2013


Providing Goods or Services


2015 Fundraising

2016 Employee Costs


2017 Grants Paid

2018 Other (includes SIK)

New Zealand Rugby Foundation Incorporated Performance Report For the year ended 31 December 2018

Contents Non-Financial Information:


Entity Information


Statement of Service Performance


Financial Information:

Statement of Financial Performance


Statement of Financial Position


Statement of Cash Flows


Statement of Accounting Policies


Notes to the Performance Report


Independent Auditors Report


Bob Symon

Tane Norton and John Leslie

Neil Cudby, Charlotte Kerr and the late Peter van Raalte



New Zealand Rugby Foundation Incorporated Entity Information "Who are we?", "Why do we exist?" For the year ended 31 December 2018

Legal Name of Entity:

New Zealand Rugby Foundation Incorporated

Type of Entity and Legal Basis (if any):

Incorporated Society and Registered Charity

Registration Number:


Entity's Purpose or Mission: Simply, our core business focuses on: 1. Supporting catastrophically injured rugby players financially and emotionally, for life; 2. Fundraising activities; 3. Working with New Zealand Rugby and ACC to communicate the message of safety first, advocating safe play. Our four core pillars are: * Support * Prevention * Advocacy * Relationships Entity Structure: Governance structure: We are governed by a Board of Directors who meet quarterly. Directors may lead sub-committees and in 2017 a resolution was passed where by up to six (6) additional Co-Opted Board Members may be appointed. Co-Opted Board Members will serve a term of up to one year (to work on specific areas of expertise) and may be reappointed for up to three (3) successive terms. - Sir Graham Henry KNZM (Patron) - Richie McCaw ONZ (Patron) - Gerard van Tilborg (Chairman) - Andy Leslie MNZM (President) - Mark Peters (Treasurer) - Andrew Golightly (NZR Representative) - Maurice Trapp - Tane (R W) Norton MNZM - John Leslie - David Latta - Sir Bryan Williams KNZM MBE - Simon Tremain - Dr John Mayhew ONZM - Anthony Boric - Graham Mourie MBE - Kirsten Patterson - Tanya Black - Andrew Hall Operational structure: Our operations are managed by a team of three paid employees. We employ a Chief Executive Officer, a Commercial Manager, a part time Executive Assistant, and a contract Accountant on an hourly basis. Main Sources of the Entity's Cash and Resources: The majority of revenue has been received from our annual New Zealand Rugby grant, Community Trust and Gaming funding, with the remainder through fundraising events, capital investments and sponsorship in kind.

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New Zealand Rugby Foundation Incorporated Entity Information "Who are we?", "Why do we exist?" For the year ended 31 December 2018

Main Methods Used by the Entity to Raise Funds: Fundraising activities include an annual luncheon which has occured since 1987, our first year of operation. We are the nominated charity at a number of events throughout New Zealand, where we receive significant donations. We have regular applications to Community and Gaming Trusts. Relationship management with commercial sponsors and New Zealand Rugby. Entity's Reliance on Volunteers and Donated Goods or Services: We received governance and administrative support from volunteers. We received donated goods and services which assist in the successful running of our fundraising events. Contact details Physical Address:

Postal Address:



Level 4, Alexandra Park Function Centre, Gate B, Greenlane West, Epsom, Auckland

P O Box 26599 Epsom, Auckland 1344

Phone - 09 623 7980 Fax - 09 623 7920 nz_rugby_foundation @nzrugbyfound new-zealand-rugby-foundation

Rieko and Akira Ioane

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Sonny Bill Williams and Akira Ioane



New Zealand Rugby Foundation Incorporated Statement of Service Performance "What did we do?", When did we do it?" For the year ended 31 December 2018

Description of the Entity's Outcomes: Provide a strong supportive and partnership orientated Very Injured Player (VIP) community. We aim to partner with our VIPs in reaching their goals, including them in the rugby community and enabling their life opportunities.

Actual 2018

Actual 2017

Total number of VIPs since records began



Total number of current VIPs

99 *


New VIPs during the year



Near Miss Incidents



Near Miss Incidents - Males



Near Miss Incidents - Females







Deaths of Players on/off field, medical event or accident not by rugby



Number of Fundraising Events



Description and Quantification (to the extent practicable) of the Entity's Outputs:

VIP Grants and Services Provided

Deaths of Players on field by rugby

* 1 VIP passed away in 2018 and 1 in 2014 that we were only just notified of in December 2018 + 1) Subdural haematoma awaiting coroner’s report; 2) Vehicle accident en route to match

Dan Buckingham and Sam Jukes

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Cody Everson and Jess Roberts



New Zealand Rugby Foundation Incorporated Statement of Financial Performance "How was it funded?" and "What did it cost?" For the year ended 31 December 2018


Revenue Donations, fundraising and other similar revenue Fees, subscriptions and other revenue from members Revenue from providing goods or services Interest, dividends and other investment revenue Other revenue

Actual 2018 $

1 1 1 1 1

Total Revenue Expenses Expenses related to public fundraising Volunteer and employee related costs Costs related to providing goods or services Grants and donations made Other expenses

2 2 2 2 2

Total Expenses

Actual 2017 $

930,260 18,028 24,119 110,474 88,812

1,039,699 23,635 45,058 466,118 170,817



95,345 310,118 215,516 431,690 119,912

192,471 290,844 227,256 438,573 200,815





Surplus/(Deficit) for the Year

The financial statements should be read in conjunction with the notes to the financial statements

Muir Templeton and Brad Shields

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Bob Symon and Muir Templeton



New Zealand Rugby Foundation Incorporated Statement of Financial Position "What the entity owns?" and "What the entity owes?" As at 31 December 2018


Actual 2018 $

Actual 2017 $

Assets Current Assets Bank accounts and cash Debtors and prepayments Inventory Investments Total Current Assets

3 3 3 3

185,940 58,269 12,392 302,693 559,294

577,668 14,549 12,428 604,645

Non-Current Assets Investments Fixed Assets Total Non-Current Assets

3 4

4,701,944 5,065 4,707,009

4,820,978 4,034 4,825,012



103,915 18,278 14,938 137,131

79,059 22,112 161,455 36,971 299,597





3,129,172 2,000,000 5,129,172

3,130,060 2,000,000 5,130,060

Total Assets Liabilities Current Liabilities Creditors and accrued expenses Employee costs payable Funds held on trust Unused donations and grants with conditions Total Current Liabilities

3 3 8 3

Total Liabilities Total Assets less Total Liabilities (Net Assets) Accumulated Funds Accumulated surpluses or (deficits) Reserves Total Accumulated Funds

5 5

For and on behalf of the Board of Directors Chairman ______________________

Treasurer ______________________

Date ______________________

Date ______________________

The financial statements should be read in conjunction with the notes to the financial statements



New Zealand Rugby Foundation Incorporated Statement of Cash Flows "How the entity has received and used cash" For the year ended 31 December 2018

Actual 2018 $

Cash Flows from Operating Activities Cash was received from: Donations, fundraising and other similar receipts Funds received to be held on trust Fees, subscriptions and other receipts from members Receipts from providing goods or services Other Revenue Interest, dividends and other investment receipts

Actual 2017 $

712,929 18,028 24,155 110,474

947,443 161,455 23,635 44,389 62,908 466,118



534,235 431,023 95,346

601,244 416,371 190,061



3,173 183,659

2,437 884,622

Net Cash Flows from Investing and Financing Activities



Net Increase / (Decrease) in Cash Opening Cash Closing Cash

(391,728) 577,668 185,940

(394,943) 972,611 577,668



Net GST Cash was applied to: Payments to suppliers and employees Grants and donations made Expenses relating to public fundraising

Net Cash Flows from Operating Activities Cash flows from Investing and Financing Activities Cash was applied to: Payments to acquire property, plant and equipment Purchase of Investments

This is represented by: Bank Accounts and Cash

The financial statements should be read in conjunction with the notes to the financial statements

Nafi Lefono and Amanda Roberton

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Mark Sherer



New Zealand Rugby Foundation Incorporated Statement of Accounting Policies "How did we do our accounting?" For the year ended 31 December 2018

Basis of Preparation* New Zealand Rugby Foundation Incorporated has elected to apply PBE SFR-A (NFP) Public Benefit Entity Simple Format Reporting Accrual (Not-For-Profit) on the basis that it does not have public accountability and has total annual expenses of equal to or less than $2,000,000. All transactions in the Performance Report are reported using the accrual basis of accounting. The Performance Report is prepared under the assumption that the entity will continue to operate in the foreseeable future.

Goods and Services Tax (GST) All amounts are recorded exclusive of GST, except for Debtors and Creditors which are stated inclusive of GST. Income Tax New Zealand Rugby Foundation Incorporated is wholly exempt from New Zealand income tax having fully complied with all statutory conditions for these exemptions. Bank Accounts and Cash Bank accounts and cash in the Statement of Cash Flows comprise cash balances and bank balances (including short term deposits) with original maturities of 90 days or less. Revenue Revenue received from donations is accounted for on a cash basis because the general nature of this income is not certain until it is received. Grant revenue is recognised when the conditions attached to the revenue has been complied with. Where there are unfulfilled conditions attached to that grant, the amount relating to the unfulfilled condition is recognised as a liability and released to income as the conditions are fulfilled. Revenue received from professional fundraisers is accounted for on a net basis as the Foundation does not incur nor is liable for the expenditure. Sponsorship in Kind The Foundation receives donated items for auction and events, but the value is not certain until the sale, therefore the revenue is recognised when the item is sold. Accounts Receivable Accounts Receivable are stated at their estimated realisable value. Investments The fair value of the share investments has been determined by reference to their quotes at reporting date. Share investments are publicly traded on the New Zealand and overseas markets. Gains and losses are recorded via investment revaluation. Fixed Interest Investments are carried at cost.

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Our Patron Sir Graham Henry and Eric Rush



New Zealand Rugby Foundation Incorporated Statement of Accounting Policies "How did we do our accounting?" For the year ended 31 December 2018

Functional and Presentational Currency All balances within these financial statements are stated in New Zealand dollars ($). Amounts are rounded to the nearest dollar.

Inventory Inventory is stated at the lower of cost, determined on a "first-in-first-out" basis, and net realisable value. Fixed Assets All owned items of Furniture and Fittings are initially recorded at cost, and depreciated using Diminishing Value as outlined below: - Office Furniture and Equipment 11.4% - 60% - Website 60% Where an item of furniture or equipment is disposed of, the gain or loss is recognised in the Statement of Financial Performance and is calculated as the difference between the net sale price and the carrying value of the asset.

Foreign Exchange Movements Transactions in foreign currencies are translated to NZD at the settlement rate. Monetary assets and liabilities denominated in foreign currencies in the Statement of Financial Position are translated to NZD at the foreign exchange rate ruling at that date. Foreign exchange differences arising on their translation are recognised in the Statement of Financial Performance.

Changes in Accounting Policies* There have been no changes in accounting policies. Policies have been applied on a consistent basis with those of the previous reporting period.

High Drama

James McOnie and Phil Waugh

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NZRF Director Sir Bryan and Lady Leslie Williams

Our new Director Tanya Black and her Dad Blackie



New Zealand Rugby Foundation Incorporated Notes to the Performance Report For the year ended 31 December 2018

Note 1 : Analysis of Revenue

Revenue Item Fundraising revenue

Donations and other similar revenue

Analysis Auckland Luncheon Fundraising Events Golf Days Marquee Event Gaming and Community Trust Grants General Donations NZR Grant Total

Revenue Item Fees, subscriptions and other revenue from members

Analysis Members Donations

2018 $ 153,636 106,517 18,516 93,944 117,602 40,045 400,000

2017 $ 195,434 88,890 1,321 133,150 158,365 62,539 400,000




Total Revenue Item Revenue from providing goods or services

Analysis Memorabilia Sales Proceeds from Cookbook Test Tickets Website Income

Analysis Dividends Exchange Rate and Equity Variances Interest Total

Revenue Item Other revenue





Total Revenue Item Interest, dividends and other investment revenue / (expenses)

$ 18,028

Analysis Sponsorship in Kind (note 7)

$ (16) 20,498 3,637

750 105 44,203 -





57,099 (82,851) 136,226

70,291 279,515 116,312






$ 170,817



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Graham Mourie Rhys Hogg and Sir Brian Williams



NZRF Chair Gerard van Tilborg with Rugby Australia President Tony Shaw

New Zealand Rugby Foundation Incorporated Notes to the Performance Report For the year ended 31 December 2018

Note 2 : Analysis of Expenses

Expense Item Expenses related to public fundraising

Analysis Auckland Luncheon Cost of Sponsorship in Kind Event Management Fundraising Events Golf Days Marquee Event New Zealand Wellington 7s / Lions Total

Expense Item Volunteer and employee related costs

Analysis ACC Kiwisaver Employer Contributions Salaries Staff Professional Development Total

Expense Item Costs related to providing goods or services

Analysis Accommodation and Travel Accounting Administration Advertising and Marketing Audit Fees Bank Fees Board Meetings Computer Cookbook Donation Transaction Fees Entertainment General Insurance Memorabilia Office Equipment Parking and Taxis Postage and Courier Printing and Stationery Rent Subscriptions Telephone and Internet Test Ticket Reimbursement Vehicle Website Total

Expense Item Grants and donations made

Analysis Grants paid to Development Grants paid to Injured Players Total

Expense Item Other expenses

Analysis Depreciation Investment Fees Gain / Loss on Sale of Fixed Assets Legal Fees - Sponsorship in Kind Promotions - Sponsorship in Kind Total

2018 $ 44,434 10,770 2,337 18,615 961 18,228 95,345 $

2017 $ 49,811 9,259 16,880 4,925 70 111,526 192,471 $

905 8,956 292,508 7,749

873 8,420 276,306 5,245




$ 23,371 5,752 3,103 12,866 6,025 1,594 36,332 5,869 2,634 98 21,702 6,158 3,421 3,786 1,033 5,628 4,822 17,563 19,800 2,161 6,931 2,959 16,408 5,500

34,134 5,026 3,576 1,794 5,775 2,674 21,126 5,539 2,859 23,841 5,873 3,003 740 (1,162) 4,869 5,046 12,359 19,800 700 7,408 46,167 13,728 2,381





11,657 420,033

14,661 423,912




$ 2,142 28,958 7,880 80,932

2,316 27,358 323 13,647 157,171





New Zealand Rugby Foundation Incorporated Notes to the Performance Report For the year ended 31 December 2018

Note 3 : Analysis of Assets and Liabilities

Asset Item Bank accounts and cash

Analysis BNZ Cheque Accounts BNZ Savings Accounts JB Were Call Accounts Total

Asset Item Debtors and prepayments

Analysis Accounts Receivable Goods and Services Tax Receivable Interest Accrued Prepayments

2018 $ 27,143 158,797

2017 $ 175,392 55,380 346,896




Total Asset Item Inventory

Analysis Merchandise on Hand

Liability Item Creditors and accrued expenses




Analysis Investments - Fixed Interest (Non Current) Investments - Equities (Non Current) RaboPlus Term Deposit (Current)

$ 2,777,689 1,924,255 302,693

$ 2,760,000 2,060,978 -




Analysis Accounts Payable and Accruals BNZ Credit Cards Goods and Services Tax Payable

Analysis Holiday Pay Accrual Bonus Accrual

Analysis Income Received in Advance







$ 90,616 9,194 4,105

79,059 -




Total Liability Item Unused donations and grants with conditions



Total Liability Item Employee costs payable

6,509 4,534 31 3,475


Total Asset Item Investments

$ 50,561 7 7,701

$ 18,278 -

12,112 10,000




$ 14,939




New Zealand Rugby Foundation Incorporated Notes to the Performance Report For the year ended 31 December 2018

Note 4 : Fixed Assets 2018

Asset Class Furniture and fixtures Office equipment Computers (including software) Total

Opening Carrying Amount 2,028 501 1,505 4,034



3,173 3,173


Current Year Depreciation and Impairment 336 125 1,681 2,142

Closing Carrying Amount 1,692 376 2,997 5,065


Asset Class Furniture and fixtures Office equipment Computers (including software) Total

Opening Carrying Amount 2,442 668 2,130 5,240


Current Year Depreciation and Impairment 5 409 167 318 1,740 323 2,316


1,433 1,433

Closing Carrying Amount 2,028 501 1,505 4,034

Braden’s Grandma Dale, with sisters Jade and Amber and Mum and Dad Rachel and Brett

Tane Norton and NZRF President Andy Leslie

VIP Mark Sherer with guest and VIP Time Williams and Jo Williams

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Trevor Clarke



New Zealand Rugby Foundation Incorporated Notes to the Performance Report For the year ended 31 December 2018

Note 5: Accumulated Funds 2018 Capital Contributed by Owners or Members -

Description Opening Balance Surplus/(Deficit) Closing Balance


Accumulated Surpluses or Deficits 3,130,060 (888) 3,129,172

Reserves 2,000,000

Accumulated Surpluses or Deficits 2,734,692 395,368 3,130,060

Reserves 2,000,000


Total 5,130,060 (888) 5,129,172


Description Opening Balance Surplus/(Deficit) Closing Balance

Breakdown of Reserves Name Goodman Fielder Wattie Limited

New Zealand Rugby

Capital Contributed by Owners or Members -

Nature and Purpose In the 1987 Annual Report "The success of the Foundation has been assured by the generous participation of Goodman Fielder Wattie Limited contracting to the sum of $1 million." The President's report continues, It is the policy of the Foundation not to dissipate it's funds but to provide any support from fund income." Funding agreement of 2000, and a further variation in 2003. The funding agreement states; "The funding be retained as a capital sum so that the Foundation may only expend income earned from the investment of the funding." Total

VIP Perenisi and Brenda Vaili




Total 4,734,692 395,368 5,130,060

2018 $

2017 $







New Zealand Rugby Foundation Incorporated Notes to the Performance Report For the year ended 31 December 2018

Note 6 : Commitments and Contingencies


Commitments to lease or rent assets

At balance date 2018 $

Explanation and Timing The Foundation leases office space at Sport Auckland House, the agreement may be terminated by either party giving six months written notice. The Foundation leases a vehicle through New Zealand Rugby, the agreement may be terminated with 30 days' notice.

At balance date 2017 $





Contingent Liabilities and Guarantees There are no contingent liabilities or guarantees as at balance date (Last Year : Nil)

VIP Gary McMurry (right)and guest

VIP Dayna Tiwha and Lizzie

VIP Dion Seeeling and Merle and guests



New Zealand Rugby Foundation Incorporated Notes to the Performance Report For the year ended 31 December 2018

Notes 7-11 Note 7: Goods or Services Provided to the Entity in Kind Description Beverage for events (DB / Yealands) Design and print (Sentra) Electrical goods (Panasonic) Legal advice (Claymores) Lions tour VIP hospitality Print advertising (NZ Rugby World)

2018 $ 26,082 24,850 7,880 30,000

2017 $ 6,622 2,536 29,619 13,647 88,393 30,000

Note 8: Assets Held on Behalf of Others 2018 Description of the Assets Held Cash - Nil

Name of Entity of Whose Behalf Assets are Held n/a

2017 Description of the Assets Held Cash - $161,455

Name of Entity of Whose Behalf Assets are Held Individual VIPs - Bevan Moody, Braden Coates and Lui Te'o

Note 9: Related Party Transactions

Description of Related Party Relationship The Foundation have a responsibility to coordinate with New Zealand Rugby in giving effect to the objectives of the Foundation. To monitor this, Andrew Golightly, a Director of New Zealand Rugby is also a director of this Foundation.

Description of the Transaction (whether in cash or amount in kind) The Foundation receives grants from New Zealand Rugby for use in general operations of the Foundation.

2018 $ Value of Transactions


2017 $ Value of Transactions


Note 10: Events After the Balance Date Events After the Balance Date: There were no events that have occurred after the balance date that would have a material impact on the Performance Report. (Last Year : Nil)

Note 11: Ability to Continue Operating The Foundation will continue to operate for the forseeable future.



AUDITOR’S REPORT Crowe Horwath New Zealand Audit Partnership Member Crowe Horwath International

Level 29, 188 Quay Street Auckland 1010 PO Box 158 Auckland 1140 New Zealand Tel +64 9 303 4586 Fax +64 9 309 1198

INDEPENDENT AUDITOR’S REPORT To the Board of Management of New Zealand Rugby Foundation Incorporated Opinion We have audited the performance report of New Zealand Rugby Foundation Incorporated on pages 16 to 30, which comprises the entity information, the statement of service performance, the statement of financial performance and statement of cash flows for the year ended 31 December 2018, the statement of financial position as at 31 December 2018, and the statement of accounting policies and other explanatory information. In our opinion: a) the reported outcomes and outputs, and quantification of the outputs to the extent practicable, in the statement of service performance are suitable; and b) the performance report on pages 16 to 30 presents fairly, in all material respects:

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the entity information for the year then ended; the service performance for the year then ended; and the financial position of New Zealand Rugby Foundation Incorporated as at 31 December 2018, and its financial performance, and cash flows for the year then ended

in accordance with Public Benefit Entity Simple Format Reporting – Accrual (Not-ForProfit). Basis for Opinion We conducted our audit of the statement of financial performance, statement of financial position, statement of cash flows, statement of accounting policies and notes to the performance report in accordance with International Standards on Auditing (New Zealand) (ISAs (NZ)), and of the entity information and statement of service performance in accordance with the International Standard on Assurance Engagements (New Zealand) ISAE (NZ) 3000. Our responsibilities under these standards are further described in the Auditor’s Responsibilities for the Audit of the Performance Report section of our report. We are independent of the New Zealand Rugby Foundation Incorporated in accordance with Professional and Ethical Standard 1 (Revised) Code of Ethics for Assurance Practitioners issued by the New Zealand Auditing and Assurance Standards Board, and we have fulfilled our other ethical responsibilities in accordance with these requirements. We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for our opinion. Other than in our capacity as auditor we have no relationship with, or interests in, the New Zealand Rugby Foundation Incorporated. Page 31 NEW ZEALAND RUGBY FOUNDATION INCORPORATED CC42547 ANNUAL REPORT 2018



Information other than the financial statements and auditor’s report Those charged with governance are responsible for the other information. The other information comprises the information included in the annual report on pages 7 to 14 but does not include the financial statements and our auditor’s report thereon. Our opinion on the financial statements does not cover the other information and we do not express any form of audit opinion or assurance conclusion thereon. In connection with our audit of the financial statements, our responsibility is to read the other information and, in doing so, consider whether the other information is materially inconsistent with the financial statements or our knowledge obtained in the audit or otherwise appears to be materially misstated. If, based on the work we have performed, we conclude that there is a material misstatement of this other information, we are required to report that fact. We have nothing to report in this regard.

Responsibilities of the Board of Management for the Performance Report Those charged with governance are responsible on behalf of the New Zealand Rugby Foundation Incorporated for: (a) Identifying outcomes and outputs, and quantifying the outputs to the extent practicable, that are relevant, reliable, comparable and understandable, to report in the statement of service performance; (b) The preparation and fair presentation of the performance report, which comprises:

  

the entity information; the statement of service performance; and the statement of financial performance, statement of financial position, statement of cash flows, statement of accounting policies and notes to the performance report

in accordance with Public Benefit Entity Simple Format Reporting – Accrual (Not-For-Profit) issued in New Zealand by the New Zealand Accounting Standards Board; and (c) For such internal control as those charged with governance determine is necessary to enable the preparation of the performance report that is free from material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error. In preparing the performance report, those charged with governance are responsible for assessing the New Zealand Rugby Foundation Incorporated’s ability to continue as a going concern, disclosing, as applicable, matters related to going concern and using the going concern basis of accounting unless those charged with governance either intend to liquidate the New Zealand Rugby Foundation Incorporated or to cease operations, or have no realistic alternative but to do so. Auditor’s Responsibilities for the Audit of the Performance Report Our objectives are to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the performance report as a whole is free from material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error, and to issue an auditor’s report that includes our opinion. Reasonable assurance is a high level of assurance but is not a guarantee that an audit conducted in accordance with ISAs (NZ) and ISAE (NZ) 3000 will always detect a material misstatement when it exists. Misstatements can arise from fraud or error and are considered material Page 32



if, individually or in the aggregate, they could reasonably be expected to influence the decisions of users taken on the basis of this performance report. As part of an audit in accordance with ISAs (NZ) and ISAE (NZ) 3000, we exercise professional judgement and maintain professional scepticism throughout the audit. We also:

Identify and assess the risks of material misstatement of the performance report, whether due to fraud or error, design and perform audit procedures responsive to those risks, and obtain audit evidence that is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for our opinion, including performing procedures to obtain evidence about and evaluating whether the reported outcomes and outputs and quantification of the outputs to the extent practicable, are relevant, reliable, comparable and understandable. The risk of not detecting a material misstatement resulting from fraud is higher than for one resulting from error, as fraud may involve collusion, forgery, intentional omissions, misrepresentations, or the override of internal control.

Obtain an understanding of internal control relevant to the audit in order to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the entity’s internal control.

Evaluate the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the reasonableness of accounting estimates and related disclosures made by management.

Conclude on the appropriateness of the use of the going concern basis of accounting by those charged with governance and, based on the audit evidence obtained, whether a material uncertainty exists related to events or conditions that may cast significant doubt on the entity’s ability to continue as a going concern. If we conclude that a material uncertainty exists, we are required to draw attention in our auditor’s report to the related disclosures in the performance report or, if such disclosures are inadequate, to modify our opinion. Our conclusions are based on the audit evidence obtained up to the date of our auditor’s report. However, future events or conditions may cause the entity to cease to continue as a going concern.

Evaluate the overall presentation, structure and content of the performance report, including the disclosures, and whether the performance report represent the underlying transactions and events in a manner that achieves fair presentation.

We communicate with those charged with governance regarding, among other matters, the planned scope and timing of the audit and significant audit findings, including any significant deficiencies in internal control that we identify during our audit.

Crowe Horwath New Zealand Audit Partnership CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS Dated at Auckland this 19 day of March 2019 Matters Relating to the Electronic Presentation of the Audited Financial Statements This auditor’s report relates to the financial statements of New Zealand Rugby Foundation Incorporated (“the Society”) for the year ended 31 December 2018 included on the Society’s website. The Board of Management are responsible for the maintenance and integrity of the Society’s website. We have not been engaged to report on the integrity of the Society’s website. We accept no responsibility for any changes that may have occurred to the financial statements since they were initially presented on the website. The auditor’s report refers only to the financial statements named above. It does not provide an opinion on any other information which may have been hyperlinked to or from these financial statements. If readers of this report are concerned with the inherent risks arising from electronic data communication they should refer to the published hard copy of the audited financial statements and related auditor’s report dated 19 March 2019 to confirm the information included in the audited financial statements presented on this website. Legislation in New Zealand governing the preparation and dissemination of financial statements may differ from legislation in other jurisdictions.



Sid Ranapia

Jarmo Sturmfels

Hamilton photo shoot




Scott Martlew

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS There are so many wonderful people and, companies and organisations who are incredibly generous with time, money and expertise. New Zealand Rugby NZ Rugby Players Association Emirates Group JA Russell

Ross Ormsby Richie McCaw Sir Bryan and Lady Lesley Williams Sir Graham and Lady Raewyn Henry Sir Peter and Lady Janice Leitch Steve Devine Stu Wilson Tony Johnson Tony Marsh Will Hall Wiremu - The Mens Rugby World Cup

adidas Team at Allen & Unwin The Experience Group Claymore Law Dominion Breweries John Miller Law New Zealand Barbarians Rugby Club Inc NZ Rugby World Panasonic NZ Limited Yealands Family Wines Four Winds Foundation Limited Grassroots Trust Infinity Foundation Limited Pelorus Trust Axemen RFC - Christchuch Cantabrians Rugby Club - Christchurch Centurions Rugby Club - Wellington Counties Manukau RFU Legendary Te Kuiti Mt Maunganui Bowls Club New Zealand Harlequins Rugby Club - Hamilton Nourish Group Ltd Promo Seven Sports Westpac Stadium Trust Professional Services JB Were Crowe Horwath Allen & Unwin Special Guest appearances at events and auctions Ali Williams Alternative Commentary Collective Andrew Mulligan Dan Musgrove Dane Coles David Howman Eric Rush Ganesh Raj Graham Mourie Grant Fox Greg McGee Gus Collins Ian Smith James McOnie Jason Pine John ‘Doc’ Mayherw Jono Gibbes Keith Quinn Ken Laben Maurice and Gail Trapp Melrose - The Mens Sevens Rugby World Cup Nancy - The Womens Rugby World Cup Nelly - The Womens Sevens Rugby World Cup Phil Waugh

With Gratitude ACC Active Building Management AIG Alcohol Licensing Limited All Blacks Management and Squad Andrew Day Andrew Golightly Andrew Hall Andy Leslie MNZM Andy Owen Anthony Boric Anthony Ford Auckland Junior Rugby Foundation Auckland Rehabilitation Spinal Unit Bernie Murphy BNZ Brad Hayward Brady Williams Brandon Jackson Brendan Thomas Brett Harvey Bridget Dean Bronwyn Mckenzie Buddle Findlay Burwood Spinal Unit Charlotte Kerr Charne Dunlop Chris Bamforth Clarkson Electrical Colin Hooper Craig Fryer CSM Sport and Entertainment David Brinsley David Burson David Latta Dean Paddy DM Jewellery Don Gibson Donal Kilalea Dr John Mayhew ONZM Duke Of Marlborourh Hotel Eden Park Catering Eden Park Trust Elaine McCarrick Emirates Leisure Retail/MMI Engage Group Limited Eric Roy Euro Restaurant And Bar Forever Friends



ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS cont Francis Marketing Travel Furlong + Associates Gary Allen Gary Chapman Gerard van Tilborg Graham and Evelyn McNally Graham Jefferies Graham Mourie MBE Hamptons Property Services Headquarters Restaurant And Bar Henry Bates Ian Morris Ian West Cricket Coaching ILG Intertek Testing Services Invacare Jackella Holdings Ltd JBWere Jeff Watkins Jim Taylor Jo Meads Jody Wong John Clayton John Leslie John Maddren John Miller Law Jordan Roberts Jordan Sherwin Kauri Bay Boomrock Kelleher Estate Kerry Logistics Kirsten Patterson Kordia Kristy Hodgkinson Lady Janice Leitch Legendary Te Kuiti Libbet Luxury Cruises Macrennie Commercial Construction Malcolm Evans Man-O-War Vineyards Marg Graydon Mark Peters Mark Watt Maurice Trapp Maurice Trapp Group Ltd Michael Scott Moretons Restaurant And Bar Muir Templeton NB Archibold Nicky Hobbs Nigel Fisher North Harbour Ford North Trust - Ian Morris Not For Me Charitable Trust NZ Honey Traders Paul Roulton Peter Farmer Peter Hogg Peter Jackson Peter McNamara Phil Gifford Rebecca Patterson Reoco Ltd Rhodes Barton Rhys Hogg Richard Stephens



Rick Mcnicol RM Wine Partners Rochelle Lawrence Roger Spooner Rugby Australia Ltd SA Rugby Union Sansom Construction Systems Ltd Shamrock Recruitment Group Shore Mariner Simon Tremain Sir Bryan Williams KNZM MBE Sir Graham Henry Sky City Grand Spectrum Construction Limited Stephanie Thorpe Steve & Rae Arnold Steve Furlong Stu Taylor Sun Lighting Helophane Sweatshop Brew Kitchen Tane Norton MNZM Tanya Black The Tasting Shed Thomas Mclaughlin Tony Smith Trina Bates Trisha Stephens USL Medical Ltd Waiheke Lodge Wardrobe Impressions Ltd Warren Storm Wave Dancer Charters Provincial Unions Auckland RU Bay of Plenty RU Buller RFU Canterbury RFU Counties Manukau RFU East Coast RFU Hawke’s Bay RFU Horowhenua Kapiti RFU King Country RFU Manawatu RU Mid-Canterbury RFU North Harbour RU North Otago RFU Northland RU Otago RFU Poverty Bay RFU South Canterbury RFU Southland RFU Taranaki RFU Tasman RU Thames Valley RFU Waikato RU Wairarapa Bush RFU Wanganui RFU Wellington RFU West Coast RFU Super Clubs Blues Chiefs Hurricanes Crusaders Highlanders

OUR DONORS A.J Gates Adam Marsh Adam Taylor Adrian Jordan Adrian Tulloch Aidan Collins AJ Collins Alan Lang Alan Linstrom Alan Roberts Alan Scott Alan Seerup Alan Whetton Alastair Forde Alice Dance Alison Adams Allan Faull Allan Hewson Allan Michael Finlay Allen Grainger Alonzo Williams Amy Mcnicol Andrew Archer Andrew Collett Andrew Feek Andrew Greening Andrew Hozgan Andrew Mehrtens Andrew Patterson Andy Bailey Andy Leslie Andy Robertshawe Andy Walt Angela Finlayson Ann Pullar Anne Paki Anthony Boric Anthony Ruakere Anthony Sellars Anthony Tepaa Anton Ireland Archie Flavell Ariel Henderson Ashley Dean Aubre Holdings Avan Lee B Gardnier B Melvin B A Malcolm Barry Boyden Barry George Beaudine Cooper Becs Gray Belinda Leckie Ben Allen Ben Castle Ben Higgins Ben Sharp Ben Svensen Benetti Vili Bernard Mccrea Bernard Vivies Bernice Chan Bernie Allen Bernie Mccahill Bevan Kidd Bevin Allen Bharat Dayal Bill Francis Bill Morrison Bill Spencer

Bill Wallace Blair Adams Blair Cooper Blair Foote Blair Horsfall Blair Paterson Blake Summerville Bob Burnes Bob Oliphant Bob Summerell Bob Yandell Border Rugby Sports Club Brad Stark Brandon Allen Bremner Brendon Smith Brent Gilchrist Brent Mcgregor Brent Metson Brent Snaddon Brent Swift Brett Arthur Brett Nicholas Brett Woods Brian & Helen Clarke Brian Ballard Brian Fitzgerald Brian Fredrick Young Brian Morris Brian Piper Brian Singleton Brian Spooner Brian Wilsher Bruce & Denise Plested Bruce Bothwell Bruce Edgar Bruce Johnston Bryan Chapman Bryan Heapy Bryan Park Bryan Whale Bryce Caldwell Bryce Keith C Burrows C J Youngman C M Clews Callan Wayne-Bowles Callum Finlayson Cam Eyre Cam Larnder Cam Liddell Cameron Hogg Cameron Lewis Cameron Mcdonnell Carey Tuohy Carly Moloney Catherine Popert Ces Williams Charles Baker Charles Cato Charlotte Lee Charlton Cowley-Tuioti Chris Aukino Chris Bamforth Chris Davey Chris Kennings Chris Lambell Chris Murray Chris Noakes Chris Sibley Chris Thompson

Chris White Cliff Lockyer Clive Kelly Cody Hughes Colin Angelo Colin Davies Colin Dickey Colin G Gibbons College Rifles Rugby Club Courtney Jefferis Courtney Jenson Craig Chapman Craig Cooote Craig Foster Craig Fryer Craig Hall Craig Reid Craig Riddell Craig Treloar Craig Whale Craiig Calley D & J Moloney Dale Rees Damian Langley Daniel Angus Daniel Brown Daniel Gardiner Daniel Gerrard Daniel Jansen Daniel Ohagan Daniel Worker Danny Brown Darren Eales Darren Kerslake Darren Smyth Darryl Gibson Darryn Cooke Daryl Cowden Dave Cooper Dave Earl Dave Giddens Dave Grant Dave Hall Dave Loveridge David Blakey David Brinsley David Elliot David Gibson David Gill David Griffin David Heather David Heays David Hunt David Mcconchie David Meagher David Paviour David Perry David Platt Dayle Scrimshaw Dean Paddy Debbie and Jamie Colquhoun Debo’Rah Hall Dene Brosnan Denis Newby Denise Mclean Dennis Bowes Dennis Graham Dennis Mullins Dennis Seits Derek Hobbs

Derek Jones Des Walsh Desiree Rogers Desiree Sheahan Diane Hallifao Diane Rackham Dion Cassidy DM Jewellery Design Don Ha Don Mckay Donald Mckenzie DONORS 2018 Doug Catley Doug Saunders Doug Wilson Dougal Scott Dr M Barnes Dr R Miller Dr William Thomas Morris Duane Cameron Duane Monkley Duane Read Duncan Buchanan Duncan Mcmeeking E Whineray Earl Kirton Earl Young Easymovers Ltd Eddy Sutherland Eden Gillies Edward Johnston Elton Sturmfels Eric Osborne Eric Rush Errol Kingsbury Esther Henry Evan White Evelyn Mcnally Faamalua Tipi Family Heappey Family Tibble Fay and Frank Colthurst G R Coup Gail Trapp Garry Hood Garry Waters Gary Donovan Gary Flockhart Gary Lightfoot Gary Mcdonald Gary Nisbet Gavin Fitzgerald Gene and Marie Young Geoff Barnett Geoff Purtill Geoffrey Hill Geoffrey Lamb Geoffrey S Gibbons Gerard Murphy Gerard van Tilborg Gibbons Contractors Glen Brausch Glen Foster Glen Jones Glenn Mctaggart Glenn Rich Gordon Mason Gordon Nimmo Graeme Brookbery Graeme Dobson Graeme Menzies



OUR DONORS cont Graeme Walker Graham Alison Graham Burnett Graham Creighton Graham Jefferis Graham Mcnally Graham Mourie Grant Burt Grant Fox Grant Franklin Grant Hill Grant Hodder Grant King Grant Parker Grant Straker Greame Scott Greg Barclay Greg Mullins Greg Sneddon Gus Naylor Hamish Girvan Hamish Pinkham Harcourts Team Group Harry Rea Harvey O’Loughlin Harvie Graham Hayden Mackay Haydon Ross Heath Mills Helen Sturmfels Henk Habraken Henry Bates Higgins Contractors Hilda Davidson Hilton F Cook Ho Hogg I & M Macrae Ian C Mclean Ian Farquhar Ian Findlay Ian West Ignatius Black Ike Houghton Ingrid Ohanlon Innes Kerr-Taylor Isabelle & Ron Williams Ivo Tolich J B Cameron J Cresswell Jack Halpin Jack Silvester Jackie Bagnall James Draper James Foster James Keogh James Lindsay James Ryan James Schofield James Terry Jamie Vallance Janet Burnes Janet Stewart Jarrod Bear Jason Holdt Jason Law Jason Pahina Jason Risdon Jeff Vivian Jeff Ward Jeff Wilson Jeremy Simpson Jessica Glover Jill Meadows


Jillian O’Neill Jim and Dale Morell Jim Lonergan Jim Maxwell Jo & Brent Harris Jo Moone Jody Taylor Jody Wong Joe Stanley Joe Whelan John Ashby John Baird John Bennett John Blakemore John Boivin John Cash John Clayton John Duffin John Fiso John Foley John Francis John Hart John Hellebrekers John Henton John Janssen John Kirton John Mackie John Marsh John Mayhew John Millar John Mills John Moorby John Moore John Phibbs John Pringle John Russell John Sprout John Staveley John Thurston John Upton John Ward Jon Shields Jon Wiles Jonathan Maddren Jono Jefferis Jordan Stokes Joseph Ferriso Josh White Julian Davies Juliet Thomas June Reardon K A Nelson K H Barclay K.A Williamson Karen Sutton Karl Gaskell Karl Holmes Keith Davis Keith G Gillanders Keith Kay Keith Nelson Keith Paterson Keithq Trash Ken Wilson Builders Ltd Ken Baguley Ken Parry Ken Rackham Kent Cameron Kent Ferguson Kent Hale Kent Wilson Kerry Southee Kerry Stotter


Kerry Walsh Kevin Bartlam Kevin Gould Kevin Henderson Kevin Mcdonald Kevin Morname Kieran Turnbull Kris Tyrer Lady Janice Leitch Lance Fletcher Lance Hodgkinson Laurie Watkins Lawrence Gatica Leafscreen Ltd Lee Keegan Lee Rudolph Leighton Langley Leo Molloy Leon Wijohn Les Mcnabb Lewis and Simon Holdsworth Liam Afitu Liam Keatley Liam Mulligan Lian Tetley Lincoln Rawles Lindsay Knight Lindsay Morton Lisa Kingi-Bon Litia Vuniduvu Luke Brownlee Luke Tempest M Bain M L Graydon M.L Graydon Malcolm Campbell Malcolm Leeming Malcolm Mccowan Malcolm Scott Marc O’Grady Marcus Barnes Mardi Pritchard Maree Sutherland Margaret Sturmfels Maria Radich Marina Gibbes Mark Benton Mark Bramwell Mark Calverley Mark Cole Mark Donaldson Mark Eglinton Mark Gilberd Mark Gutry Mark Hewson Mark Joynt Mark Larsen Mark Lash Mark Moore Mark Porter Mark Richards Mark Robinson Mark Whitecliffe Marko Stoyanof Martin Hughes Marty Collins Marty Ritchie Marty Scott Matt Coles Matt Cope Matt Harris Matt Lewis

Matt Roberts Matt Spicer Matthew Kelly Maurice Harvey Maurice Milliken Max Flowers Max Lamb Medical Medical Megan Watts Mereana Wynyard Merv Hutley Michael Busch Michael Copeland Michael Fahey Michael J Hanham Michael Masfen Michael Scott Michael Syddall Michael Wills Michelle Boag Michelle Maitland Michelle Walker Mick Foy Mick Robbers Mike Armoour Mike Bonisch Mike Botherway Mike Brodie Mike Donovan Mike Harris Mike Mills Mike Newland Mike Nienaber Mike Olsen Mike Telfer Mike Turner Mike Upton Miles Flohr Monett Johnston Monique Gibson Monty Promotions Murali Krishnamurthi Murray Brown Murray East Murray Fowler Murray Hansen Murray Pratt Murray Wright N Hern N.B Archibald Nathan Sweetman Navin Weerarantne Neil F Wright Neil Mcintyre Neil Pace Neil Race Neil Swanney Neil Wolfgram Neil Wright Neshausen Family Neville Heffernan Ngaire Smales Nick Cleland Nick Farrelly Nick Hodson Nick Murley Nick Tongue Nick Wallace Nicky Hobbs Nigel Harvey Nigel Kirk Nigel Stirling Noeline Walsh

OUR DONORS cont Nola Walters Norm Williams Norm Williams Norman Clark Oliver Monteiro Olly Gunman Onewhero RFC P A Lindesay P H Mcnamara P Hunt P R Peake P Swift P Wiggins Pam Tremain Pat Braid Patrick Hoult Patrina Holdings Ltd Paul Bayer Paul Burgess Paul Debernardo Paul Hodgson Paul Hutchinson Paul J Farrugia Paul Mcniff Paul Neazor Paul Owen Paul Reid Paul Reidy Paul Sables Paul Sullivan Paul Thomson Paula Shea Peryer Construction Petaia Nee Nee Pete Smith Pete Smith Peter A Jack Peter Angus Peter Anson Peter Chapman Peter Dixon Peter Donnelly Peter Farmer Peter Gibbes Peter Hogg Peter Jackson Peter Jalfon Peter Kelly Peter Mac Peter Manderson Peter Maurer Peter Osborne Peter Rebers Peter Sandford Peter Thompson Peter Thorp Peter Tubberty Peter Urlich Peter Waller Peter Ward Peter White Peter Wright Phil Bell-Booth Phil Gifford Phil Mcclay Phil Mulvey Philip Kiernan Pita Alatini PJ Sheehan Port Taranaki Ltd Print Apex Prue Jefferis R A Guy

R Coates R Leonard R Lithgow R M Luxford R Spooner R.A Graydon Rachel Stephenson Raelene Castle Raewyn Arnold Raewyn Peake Raf and JR Clubb Randal Mckenzie Ravi Dharmawardane Ray Janer Ray Marshall Ray Reardon Raymond Lincoln Reuben Thorne Rex Benson Rex Faithfull Rfc Takapuna Richard Allen Richard Baker Richard Bowman Richard Fairman Richard Faull Richard Grogan Richard Jenkins Richard Lawson Richie Burling Rick Johnston Ricky Chadlea Riki Flutey Roana Carran Rob Arblaster Rob Bassett Rob Campbell Rob Collis Rob Cooney Rob Fisher Rob Hanna Rob Nichol Robbie Schneider Robert Gibbes Robin Brooke Robin Cowan Robyn Tataurangi Rod Armitage Rod Ketels Roderick Smith Rodney Ford Rodney Willis Roger Chambers Roger Dold Roger Elliot Roger Moore Roger Smith Roger Spooner Roger Wilson Ron Palenski Ron Urlich Ronald Woolf Rose Guise Ross & Jan Johnson Ross Hughes Ross Mcintosh Ross Pett Rowan Kingstone Rowan Wilson Russell Adams Russell Glynn Ryan Gillard Ryan Henaghan

Ryan Moore S J Rogers S Mukee S W Lawry Saji Pappen Salend Nath Salve Barnes Sam Dougan Sam Kingstone Sam Lomax Sam Mcgredy Sam Yates Sandra Ioane Sara Mcphail Scott Brown Scott Clement Scott Fitzgerald Scott Masters Scott Weenink Sean Windle Shalini Singh Shane Hooker Shane Mathison Sharelle Burroughs Sharon Burman Sharyn and Tony Tissingh Shaun Fafeita Simon Anderson Simon Cheesman Simon Porter Simon Tyler Simon Wall Siosaia Folau Sir Bryan Williams Sir Michael Jones Sir Peter Leitch Sonia Harvey Spencer Logan Stephen Cockeram Stephen Dahlenbury Stephen Hackett Stephen Marks Stephen Washer Steve Arnold Steve Bartlam Steve Bergin Steve Cowan Steve Crerar Steve Devine Steve Kelly Steve Lobb Steve Meredith Steve Rogers Steve Ross Steve Tietjens Steve Vodial Steven Mccormick Steven van Rhoon Stu Mather Stu Penman Stuart Douglas Stuart Mccormack Stuart Pescini Stuart Taylor Stuart Wilson Sue Cairns Taman Flowers Tani Fuga Tania Harris Tanya Black Terence Mcfadden Terry and Maragret Shaw Terry Buchan

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WITH THANKS FOR SUPPORTING THE NZ RUGBY STARS COOKBOOK Anton Lienert-Brown Ardie Savea Ben Smith Bob Symon Brad Shields Brodie Retallick Charlie Ngatai Cody Everson Damian McKenzie Dan Buckingham Dane Coles David Kirk Dion Seeling Fiao’o Faamausili Gilbert Enoka Glen Jackson Graham Mourie Grant Fox Israel Dagg Keenan Alexander Keith Jarvie


Kelly Brazier Kieran Read Kurt Baker Liam Squire Lima Sopoaga Luke Romano Matt Duffie Muir Templeton Nafi Lefono Nathan Harris Nehe Milner-Skudder Neil Cudby Niall Williams Nick Briant Ofa Tuungafasi Patrick Tuipulotu Paul Williams Phil Booth Richie McCaw Rieko and Akira Loane Robbie Hewitt


Ross Ormsby Ruby Tui Ryan Crotty Sam Cane Sam Dickson Sam Whitelock Sarah Goss Sean Fitzpatrick Seta Tamanivalu Sione Molia Sir Bryan Williams Sir Graham Henry Sir Michael Jones Sonny Bill Williams Tane Norton Terry Wright Tim Bateman Tyla Nathan-Wong Waisake Naholo Wyatt Crockett

NZRPA Arden Perrot-David Claire Russell Emily Downes Gemma Brown Kylie Devlin-Sousa Lloyd Elisara Mark Ranby Victoria Hood Virginia Le Bas

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VIPs Alan Boyd Alan Mita Alan Pullar Alex Dalzell Anaru Ese Austen Haig Ben Larson Bob Symon Bob Waldron Brad Hayward Braden Coates Bryce Clapham Charlton Harris Chris Riddell Cody Everson Craig Tibbitts Dan Buckingham Darryl Sabin David Thorne David Wear Dayna Tiwha Dion Seeling Donald Corkill Dougal Scott Fetu Ese

(Very Injured Players) Gary Mcmurry Gerry Tinker Girling-Butcher Mike Gordon Gunter Grant Buchanan Grant Sharman Hone Herewini Iain Scott Jack McSweeney Jacob Fifita-Tovo James Algie James Gourlay Jason Solomon Jim Campbell Joel Tibble John Cocker John Mafileo John Moananui Josh Maguire Keenan Alexander Keith Jarvie Kendall Akhurst Kerrin Tilley Kerry Southee Len Gee

Lui Te’O Malala Gaona Mark Herron Mark Scherer Matthew Muller Molimau Leeti Muir Templeton Murray Kendrick Nafi Lefono Nat Manville Neil Cudby Nick Blincoe Nick Chisholm Nui Bartlett Nuuolaii Kepaoa Paul Johnston Peni Moimoi Perenise Vaili Peter O’Flaherty Phil Spring Phil Wharekawa Phillip Booth Phillip Wells Raana Tangaere Ray Newland

Richard Hill Richard Smaill Richard Welsh Robert Hewitt Robert Smith Ronald Wilson Ross Ormsby Ryan Roughan Sam Lawrence Samuel Fanau Scott Martlew Scott Mcewan Seti Tafua Sidney Ranapia Stelios Meimaris Steve Bailey Stuart Meek Ta’u Latu Tausili Tuimalo Tim Williams Trevor Clarke Vaughan De Groen Wayne Chapman Wayne Forrest