Annual Report 2014/2015

HarbourSport

Annual Report 2014/2015

Where too much sport is never enough


Contents

Page Heading

Vision and Purpose 2

Chairman’s Report 3

Chief Executive’s Report 4-5

Sport Capability 6-10

Community Sport 11-12

Active Communities 12-13

Business Development 14

Harbour Sport Excellence Awards 15

Events 16

Statement of Financial Performance 17

Statement of Financial Position / Movement in Equity 18

Notes to Financial Statements 19-24

Audit Report 25

Directory 26

Harbour Sport Strategic Plan

2010-2015

Vision:

Harbour Sport, where too much

sport is never enough.

Purpose:

Lead and support the development

of the sport and recreation

community within North Harbour.

Statement of Intent:

Harbour Sport is a lead facilitator for the

development of sport and recreation in the Harbour

region. Development of the sector’s capability is a

key driving force for Harbour Sport. Through Harbour

Sport’s influence more people will participate in

sport and recreation.

We are a source of expertise, support and

experience. We are change agents supporting

governance, management, leadership and investing

in, and modelling, best practice for organisations

delivering or supporting sport and recreation.

We are advocates for the sport and recreation

community. We provide research, understanding

and knowledge of the sporting landscape for the

Harbour Community.

Financial sustainability and diversity will be at

the core of Harbour Sport’s potential to achieve

and deliver quality outcomes to our stakeholders.

Harbour Sport will strive to diversify income streams

to provide ongoing support within the sport and

recreation community.

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Chairman’s Report

The 2014-15 year has seen our focus move firmly back onto the core business of

facilitating growth in the proportion of active people of all ages in our region following

the changes brought about by the creation of Aktive Auckland Sport and Recreation.

We want to continue to maximise the potential that our local knowledge provides us,

knowledge of the unique needs of our region to ensure that we do see more people more

active more often.

With Minister Jonathan Coleman being both Minister of Sport and Health there is

further evidence of the strong connection between the two. At Harbour Sport, as

elsewhere, we know that supporting more people to be more active more often means

less demand for the health dollar. It is worth noting that some of our work comes from

health contracts because we have the capability through staff expertise to deliver on

their wishes. We want to continue to be active in this area of getting people active and

through this, hopefully reducing potentially heavier demands on the health budget.

While we know our part of Auckland really well including the sports clubs, schools and

other organisations that seek to get people active and the key personnel throughout,

we continue to work closely with the other three Regional Sports Trusts operating

across the city and with Aktive whose role is slightly different. We continue to share

best practice with our fellow RSTs and where a very good initiative succeeds in our area

which may do equally well in another, we look to support its establishment there.

Over the past year we have continued to support the volunteers running clubs with

administration, financial management and coaching expertise. We have supported staff

in schools to get more students more active and also trained coaches. We have got

yet more students onto bikes across our area and continued to run our main events

successfully. Sound financial management has seen us remain on the right side of the

ledger but there is no doubt that more funding would mean that our influence could

stretch further.

My thanks go to our CEO Toni-Maree Carnie and her staff. Stability and expertise in

leadership has enabled a high degree of staff stability in the face of change and this

makes our organisation well placed to support more people to be more active more

often in our region.

TED BENTON

“We have supported staff

in schools to get more

students more active and

also trained coaches.

We have got yet more

students onto bikes across

our area and continued

to run our main events

successfully.”

Ted Benton

Chairman

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Chief Executive’s Report

Sport in its truest sense is still a part of the social fabric of being a New Zealander.

But being a New Zealander is looking more and more different each year in the North

Harbour region. Sport not only has its health and economic value, it provides community

development, leadership, engagement and the development of social and physical

wellbeing within the community.

With the Ministerial roles of Health and Sport now combined, there is a confirmation for

Harbour Sport of the value of the close links that we have maintained between health

and sport and a mandate to continue to work closely with the health sector and other

areas of the community that bring a social vibrancy from healthy and active people.

TONI-MAREE CARNIE

Continued growth in our region puts additional pressure on local facilities and demands

that Harbour Sport as a Regional Sports Trust supports the community in ensuring there

is a future provision for the needs of our growing sporting community in influencing

those that control the purse strings.

Harbour Sport works closely with Local Boards to communicate local community

needs and then in return update them on the progress that we are making to grow local

participation in sport and recreation.

2014 – 15 was a year of

many successes starting

with the Choose Change

contract where Harbour

Sport was the lead agency

amongst the RSTs across

Auckland ...”

2014 – 15 was a year of many successes starting with the Choose Change contract

where Harbour Sport was the lead agency amongst the RSTs across Auckland for a

$500,000 contract managing change amongst people with Type 2 diabetes and pre

diabetes. Evaluation data to date is extremely positive and we are hopeful that there will

be ongoing funding available in the future.

Another area of growth is that of our Bike work. Bike falls under a number of aspects

of our business – sport, recreation and active transport. We know that more people

cycling results in a number of positive aspects for our community, but there needs to

be behaviour changes to bring about community engagement and uptake. Our work in

schools and with Asian adults in particular has given us glimpses of the changes that can

be made and the positive impact on the community.

The ActivAsian objectives remain constant for Harbour Sport, improving access to

information, improving sporting opportunities especially for school aged children and

their parents and encouraging more Asian (in particular, Chinese, Korean, Indian and

Filipino) people to participate in sport and recreation.

Significant population growth in the Asian population ensures a strong focus for Harbour

Sport in ensuring Asian engagement mirrors our population. This year’s focus has been

on growing a volunteer base of Asians volunteering on events, getting experience in NZ

sport and recreation and correspondingly receiving endorsements from Harbour Sport

for community support

An area that Harbour Sport have applied increased resource to is that of the Pasifika

community. New programmes have been developed and others enhanced to ensure a full

spectrum of the Pasifika community is catered for. Programmes include SportSPasifik,

Polysports, Equipped and Niumovement.

Schools and their students are a crucial focus area wherever sport and recreation are

a focus. There is no doubt that academic achievement is a most important aspect of

education but increasingly the evidence points to a corresponding increase in academic

achievement where sport and physical activity have also been a focus. Where secondary

school sport numbers have plateaued across New Zealand, North Harbour has managed

to see a small increase, so it is vital that continued engagement opportunities are

provided for those who are not otherwise engaged in sport and recreation.

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Chief Executive’s Report

RSOs and Clubs are at the fore of much of our work. Their capability impacts the

positive experience of so many people connected into formal sport. To support RSO and

club growth and development Harbour Sport supports strategic planning, volunteer

management, coach development, facility development, risk management, health and

safety, child protection, financial planning and governance support.

Consistently, coaching is highlighted as a real area of need. There are never enough

quality coaches so Harbour Sport works with partners to assist in recruiting, retaining

and developing coaches at all levels. Specific successes have been within the Coach

Support Initiative where 12 secondary schools and 6 primary schools have been

involved. 540 coaches have been developed and this has impacted 6657 athletes.

The Harbour Sport commitment to events continues to be demonstrated in a full time

role growing our current events and looking for new events and partnerships in the

community. The Shore to Shore had 44 schools involved and 6004 participants and

the Mud Rush saw 1378 participants take on 19 challenging obstacles. The Massey

University Sport Excellence Awards was won for the second year in a row by Lydia Ko.

To our key financial partners, we acknowledge that there are multiple partner

opportunities out there but Harbour Sport has always endeavoured to demonstrate

true excellence in everything that it does and believes that it is a positive and beneficial

strategic and delivery partner.

Finally my thanks to the Board and staff, to whom I am extremely grateful that you see fit

to share your expertise, skills and knowledge in this organisation and with the Harbour

community.

The Harbour Sport

commitment to

events continues to

be demonstrated in a

full time role growing

our current events and

looking for new events

and partnerships in the

community.

Toni-Maree Carnie

Chief Executive

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Sport Capability

Developing the Capability of our Sports

Organisations

The Sport Capability Team’s main objective is to foster

and develop unique partnerships, working to implement

innovative, sustainable programmes for the benefit of the

whole community. The provision of best practice examples,

training, development and support for the people and

volunteers that work in the sports sector has been our

primary focus in achieving this objective.

Harbour Sport provides capability development

opportunities in the community through a variety of

Specific, Targeted and Generic programmes. Supporting the

development of capability in Regional Sports Organisations,

Clubs, targeted communities, the Asian Community,

Volunteers and Schools (Secondary and Primary) remains

our key focus and is achieved by developing and utilising a

number of different initiatives. This approach has proven to

be very successful as the interventions have been tailored

to the specific needs of the user. Interventions utilised

include generic workshops, specific workshops, one-toone

and group organisational planning and development,

WOF, toolkits, template development, and the mentoring

of key people in sports organisations. Specific topics and

support has included Strategic Planning, Governance,

Leadership, Volunteer Development, Coach Development,

Club Development, Officials Development and programme

management and development.

The 2014/2015 year has seen our continued work with the

Sport NZ targeted sports, in addition to Harbour Sport’s

regionally identified sports. Harbour Sport has successfully

implemented a number of different programmes /

interventions to the benefit of a number of different sports

organisations:

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Strategic Planning – Consultation and process for

Harbour Basketball, Harbour Badminton, North Shore

Events Centre completed. Review for NH Volleyball,

Harbour Hockey plans completed. Start of process

for Netball NH, Touch NH and Harbour Hockey. Club

Strategic Planning ongoing with 18 clubs in the region.

Volunteer Management – Plans initiated in depth with

NH Softball, Harbour Basketball, Wakatere Boating

Club and Weiti Boating Club.

Club Development Support – Projects aligned as

outcomes within the strategic plans, including increase

in junior participation, volunteer recruitment, volunteer

training and development (committee PD), conflict

resolution, school club links, and income generation

initiatives.

Coach Development – Volunteer and coach development

workshops and Coach Developer programme through

schools and clubs. Three KiwiSport projects initiated.

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Facility Development Support – Warkworth

Showgrounds, Community Sports Village, Metro Park,

Mairangi Bay Beach Volleyball Centre, Shepherd’s Park.

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Risk Management, Health and Safety, Child Protection –

Generic Workshops held and further support for clubs

and RSO’s: Harbour Hockey, NH Volleyball, and Netball

NH.

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Financial Planning and Governance Support – NH

Softball, Touch NH, Harbour Basketball, NH Volleyball.

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Targeted Community engagement – Interventions

designed to increase participation in Asian and rural

populations, and schools with lower participation in

sport and recreation.

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KiwiSport Project support and development – Ongoing

support with RSO’s, clubs and schools on their KiwiSport

projects.

Workshop Programme

The “Sector Knowledge” days have been designed for

CEO’s and Sport Development staff around specific topics

relevant to supporting their organisation. Topics have

included Auckland Council Engagement; Unitary Plan,

Long Term Plan (LTP), Local Board, ASB funding, Child

Protection, North Harbour Sports Summit. This forum had

over 120 participants.

The Harbour Sport Club Workshop Programme was

reduced to specifically cater for the identified needs of the

community and focused on two key areas as requested by

local clubs. The two topic areas requested and delivered

were:

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Funding

Volunteer Management

ActivAsian

The continued growth in the Asian community has seen

programmes to evolve to meet the varying needs of the

Asian community as they engage more into Sport and

Recreation. The ActivAsian programme has three key

objectives:

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Improving sporting opportunities for Asian people, with

a particular focus on school-aged children.

Improving access to information about sport and

recreational opportunities for the Asian community.

Encouraging more Asian people to participate in sport

The engagement and removal of barriers in varying

cultures is often difficult. The strategy implemented was

to build a system which allows the traditional sporting

frameworks to be developed and grown in their ability to

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accept, initialise and provide opportunities to the quickly

growing Asian community. This has been done by a variety

of interventions targeted at the multilevel components of

sport in the community. Concurrent development has also

been in the communication and engagement of the Asian

community. Based again around education, communication

and linking of key leaders in the community; structures in

the system have been developed to foster linkages into the

existing community.

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ActivAsian Event support

• The Chinese New Year festival is hosted annually

in a highly populated Asian community. Each

year organisers are facilitated to ensure sport

and recreation is represented at the festival. Our

ActivAsian programmes are promoted as well as

supporting sports to use the opportunity to promote

their sport programmes to the community.

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ActivAsian Volunteer Group formed

• 38 volunteers of Asian descent received training and

development to participate and support RSO and

Clubs needing volunteers for events.

ActivAsian Sport Development work

• Harbour Sport continues to work with RSO’s and

clubs to develop membership strategies to engage

the Asian community. Significant success has been

achieved with the Rangitoto Badminton project.

Football and Basketball are now looking to also

adopt the strategies.

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ActivAsian Relationship Development

• Using the ActivAsian toolkit and Asian Sport

Engagement Model we have been able to slowly share

and educate best practice initiatives. As knowledge

has been gained more groups including schools, PE

departments, community groups, and sports clubs

have wanted to build their ability to engage and

form partnerships. Organisations include: Albany

Newcomers Network, Kristin Chinese Parents

Group, the Korean School of Auckland, Harbour

RSO’s, Harbour Clubs, Harbour Secondary schools

with high Asian population, Harbour primary schools

with high Asian population

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ActivRecreAsian project was completed with some

significant successes:

• KWANZ has also developed a weekly bush walking

activity every Thursday for their members. The

regular weekly numbers of the bush walking group

has increased from 10 to 40 over the year.

• 39 Chinese people and 75 Korean people in total

have completed outdoor leadership training.

The participants were made up from 4 different

community groups.

• Korean cycle training : 15 Korean women participated

in a Learn to Ride programme.

• Chinese cycle training: 30 Chinese students

completed cycling Grade 1 training

• 16 members from The NZ Chinese Youth Trust and

7 volunteers are enrolled in the Duke of Edinburgh

programme.

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Sport Capability

Coach Development

The development of the Harbour Region Coaching Plan was

completed which aligned with the Aktive Auckland Sport &

Recreation Coaching Plan and Sport New Zealand Coaching

Plan. Coaching is an area of need in the region; highlighted

again through our community consultation through

KiwiSport. This consultation’s number one priority was the

lack of experienced coaches and volunteers. The need to

recruit, retain and develop coaches at all levels is significant.

2015 has seen the development and strengthening of some

key coaching projects. The CSI project and the Growing

Coaches programme have continued to provide quality

coach development opportunities for secondary school

and primary school coaches. The Talent, Leadership,

Character pilot project at Mahurangi College has provided

22 students and 6 coaches with regular development

around developing leadership skills and character and

is seeing some fantastic results. The Coach Developer

training program also has allowed for more quality people

within our region to develop facilitation skills so they can

better provide coach development opportunities for their

respective organisations, which ultimately grows the

number of coaches impacted. Some key numbers from

2015 are:

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Coach Support Initiative (CSI)

Through the CSI we have seen the power of quality coaching

and the impact strong coaching leadership can have on

improving sports participation and wider community links.

Through this project two schools now receive funding

to create links with primary schools and clubs all other

secondary schools are actively pushing to make links with

other sporting organisations in their region. In the three

years the CSI project has been running, 12 new links

between primary schools and secondary schools have been

made.

• CSI project in 12 Secondary Schools, 6 Primary

Schools

• 11 additional Coaching Leaders working in the

community

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540 coaches developed through CSI and the

coach Leader positions in each secondary

school

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6657 athletes impacted

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154 new coaches recruited

• 18 Coach Management Plans in place.

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Coach Development Opportunities (includes

workshops, coach observations, mentoring initiatives)

• A total of 45 workshops completed: 586 participants

(from 17 different clubs/schools/RSO’s)

• 9 Coach Developer workshops completed: 11

participants (from 3 RSOs and 4 schools)

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18 Coach observations completed: 12

participants

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15 coaching plans developed and supported

through RSOs and Clubs

Sport Capability Communications

The “Game Plan” which is the Sport Capability Team

newsletter has proved very popular with increasing

numbers using the resource on a regular basis.

The Harbour Sport website has developed significantly

as the Sport Capability Knowledge Management System.

Templates and case studies have been updated and now

form the first point of contact for RSO and Club sport

organisational development.

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Media:

• Sport Development monthly column in Hibiscus

Coast Matters and Mahurangi Matters

• 9 stories have appeared in the North Shore Times

Advertiser

• 4 stories highlighting major individuals within the

Sport Excellence Awards appeared in the North

Shore Times.

Special Projects – Sport Capability Team

working with partners on Community Projects

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Sideline Behaviour

• Harbour Sport were pivotal in the successful

development and implementation of a pilot

programme in our region, which has now formed the

basis of an Auckland-wide project. Harbour Sport

continues to contribute to the development of the

regional project and is a key member of the ‘Good

Sports’ steering group.

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Facilities Projects – Harbour Sport staff are part of a

variety of projects

• Auckland Facilities Reference Group, Community

Sports Village, Regional Tennis Facilities projects.

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Sports Partnership Projects – Harbour Sport staff are

heavily involved in a variety of projects in collaboration

with Auckland Council:

• Metro Park (including facility development)

• Shepherds Park

• Warkworth Showgrounds (including facility

development)

Advocacy for Sport and Recreation in the

Community

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Auckland Council and Local Board Unitary Plan and

Long Term Plan Submissions.

• Support and advice for RSO’s and Clubs

• Hosting of Local Board meetings

• Hosting of Auckland Council workshops

• In depth support of the Auckland Council

Sustainability of Sport Forum

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Local Board Engagement.

• Regular update of Harbour Sport activity with Local

Boards

• Promotion and support of the Local Board Meetings

for Auckland Council Sport and Recreation priorities,

and grant funding.

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The North Harbour Sports Council (NHSC)

• is a collaboration of regional sporting organisations

from the North Harbour region to:

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Act as an Advisory Group to Harbour Sport,

identifying local and sub-regional issues

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Speak as a collective voice for Sport on behalf

of the member organisations (RSO’s)

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Strengthen engagement and be the voice of

Sport with the Local Boards and Auckland

Council

Harbour Sport continues to provide ongoing support for

NHSC submissions and has initiated review of role and

purpose.

KiwiSport

KiwiSport is a national initiative that aims to get more school

aged children playing organised sport. It is a type of funding

that Harbour Sport manages on behalf of the community.

The three main objectives of KiwiSport are:

1. More Kids: increase the number of school aged children

playing organised sport.

2. More opportunities: increase the availability and

accessibility of sport for school aged children.

3. Better Skills: support children in developing skills

that will allow them to participate effectively in sport

throughout school and beyond.

To date, Harbour Sport has invested in 101 contestable

(Community Partnership projects and Kick Starts), 29 noncontestable

(Regional Flagship Projects) and 3 Secondary

School Sport Coordinator (SSSC) projects.

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Sport Capability

Secondary School Engagement

To provide support to schools and assist in the development

of school sport strategic plans. This enables sport to be

valued and allows for the positive and active engagement

of the students.

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School Sport Planning

• Birkenhead College, Pinehurst School and Takapuna

Grammar have implemented their new school sport

strategic plans.

• The following schools are in the process of revisiting

their school sports plan and identifying

targets for 2015/16: Albany Senior High School,

Carmel College, Glenfield College, Kaipara College,

Rangitoto College, and Wentworth College.

• Hobsonville Point Secondary School has identified

key areas for sport to develop in 2015.

Ĥ Stay n Play Project update

• The pilot projects have been a success with targeted

sports being delivered in 2014. Tennis, Volleyball,

Football, Hockey and Rowing at Westlake Girls

High School. 84 students new to sport actively

participated in the activities offered.

• Archery at Glenfield College: 60 students

participated in the 6 week beginner module with a

further 30 continuing onto the intermediate module

• This programme has been introduced at Birkenhead

College in 2015. 96 students participated in Tennis,

Squash and Dodgeball during term 1.

Ĥ Albany Senior High has continued with their

sustainability of sport project. Student representation in

school sport increased by 10% in 2014. The lunchtime

tasters offer two new sports each term with Touch,

Tennis, Badminton, Basketball, Netball and Indoor

Cricket being offered.

Ĥ Initiated the development of a North Harbour Secondary

School Regional Sports Plan in collaboration with

Principals, Directors of Sport and Sports Co-ordinators.

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Community Sport

Funskills

Funskills is an activity-based programme focussing on

disengaged children not involved in sport aged 5 – 12 years,

to develop confidence and competence in Fundamental

Movement Skills. 102 children from 6 schools participated

with 95% attendance and 69% wanting to participate in

sport on conclusion.

Support to Primary School Teachers and

Student Teachers

The support offered to Primary Schools and student

teachers has increased this year with the addition of

two new initiatives. Recognising the fact that developing

important Fundamental Movement Skills (FMS) in young

children is an essential component in the building blocks of

skill acquisition, Harbour Sport has delivered the following

programmes:

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The FMS Programme: provides PD workshops for

teachers to increase the quality of delivery in physical

education and physical activity.

• Primary Schools were supported with the delivery

of FMS and Teaching Games for Understanding

workshops for teachers. 19 workshops were

delivered in 8 schools resulting in 290 teachers

being up-skilled.

• 76 student teachers at AUT attended two FMS

workshops.

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Coach Support Initiative (CSI) Primary Schools:

supporting coaches working in Primary Schools is

essential to improve delivery and the experiences for

the children; encouraging their retention in sporting

activity.

• 4 workshops delivered with 69 student coaches

inattendance across the 4 schools involved.

• 4 schools participating in CSI with 7 workshops

delivered and 116 teachers in attendence.

• KiwiSport Coach Observations

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23 observations involving 8 different sports

and 15 individual coaches.

SportSPasifik

SportSPasifik is a project targeting the North Shore Pacific

Island community aimed at increasing participation in

sport and recreation. As a priority, the project continues to

support and address specific barriers this community faces

in effectively engaging in sport and recreation and living

physically active lives. All SportSPasifik healthy lifestyles

programmes are currently delivered in the Kaipatiki region

where most of North Shore’s Pacific population reside

(47%). Over the past year, SportSPasifik has significantly

expanded and the project has reached each life stage (under

5’s through to older adults).

The programmes offered during the year were:

POLYSPORTS

A sport and recreation holiday programme for Pacific Island

children aged 6-12 years. Includes fun games and activities

with ‘healthy eating’ nutritional messages. A total of 134

children participated over 24 days in four school holidays.

This programme is delivered in Beach Haven during the

school holidays and will be expanding into the Northcote

area starting in September 2015.

EQUIPPED

Aims to improve the sports skills, fitness, confidence and selfesteem

of teenage girls through sports and fitness sessions,

nutrition and mentoring. We work closely with Northcote

College and Northcote Intermediate School resulting in 34

girls being actively engaged in the programme.

NIUMOVEMENT

A free, 20-week programme delivered in Northcote for

Pacific children and their families. The programme provides

weekly physical activity and exercise sessions for the

whole family, nutrition education and many other great

opportunities that keep participants active as a family unit.

12 Pacific families were involved in the programme with a

total of 33 children and 17 parents engaged. An average of

30 participants attended each weekly session.

CHOOSE CHANGE PACIFIC

A free 24-week programme for people with pre-diabetic

and Type 2 diabetes. This programme aims to improve the

health of the individual as well as enabling them to gain

greater control of their overall health, lose weight and

reduce symptoms of diabetes. 75% of patients from intake

1 had a reduction in measurements and decreased HbA1C

levels.

SPORTSPASIFIK EXERCISE CLASS

A free exercise class delivered in Northcote to the Pacific

community. This class aims to provide another avenue

for this community to improve health and wellbeing. An

average of 28 people attended each session with a total of

122 Pacific people impacted by the programme.

ACTIVE SENIORS PACIFIC EXERCISE CLASS

A free exercise class delivered in Glenfield, specifically

for Pacific senior members aims to improve the mobility

of participants and give them the opportunity to improve

their health and wellbeing. An average of 15 Pacific seniors

attended each session.

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Community Sport

Active Communities

Volunteers

The main focus of support offered to sports organisations

and schools in the Harbour region continues to be based

upon the three R’s, Recruiting, Rewarding and Retaining

volunteers, the Superheros of sport. Two Volunteer

Workshops were delivered during the year and the

Volunteers Toolkit and the REVISE Assessment Toolkit

resources, which combine to support organisations to

develop and grow their volunteer base, are regularly used

by a number of different organisations in our community.

They have also been shared with other RSTs and NSOs as

examples of best practice.

Harbour Sport’s Volunteer of the Month award continues

to be supported by the nationwide initiative through

Lotto NZ. The winner, who has delivered outstanding and

selfless work into the community, receives a $500 voucher

to be used to purchase clothing and equipment for their

organisation / school. Each winner is recognised on the

Harbour Sport website and is a nominee for the Volunteer

of the Year Award at the Harbour Sport Sports Excellence

Awards. This year saw our winner, Dennis Mroczkowski

(Archery) also win the national award for Volunteer of the

Year.

Little Kauri Leadership Programme

The programme is aimed at growing leadership potential

in young people and is designed to teach them about

leadership, giving them self-confidence and leadership

tools for life. The key areas developed are:

• Self – knowing self and developing self

• Others – understanding others, relating to and

communicating with others

• Influence – planning to lead, leading in action

Ĥ Delivered into 3 schools to 192 students with 34

teachers attending the professional development

workshops.

Green Prescription (GRx)

GRx has received 2187 referrals in the last 12 months,

an average of 182 per month. This is a 17% increase on

the previous year. 9 out of 9 Ministry of Health KPIs were

achieved in the annual national survey which is the highest

result within Auckland providers. Key results for Grx

participants were:

Ĥ 82% are satisfied with the overall service and support

provided

Ĥ 79% feel more confident about doing physical activity

Ĥ 85% felt the physical activity suggested was appropriate

for them

Ĥ 80% are motivated to get/stay physically active

Ĥ 82% of GRx participants are aware of and understand

the benefits of physical activity.

There have been increased referrals for individuals with pre

and type 2 diabetes and in response to this a Grx Diabetes

exercise group started at Glenfield Leisure with over 40

participants attending. As well as this, referrals from the

Pacific community increased which resulted in the Active

Seniors Pacific exercise class starting.

Active Families

Active Families have worked with 35 obese children in

the last 12 months. Weekly family sport sessions have

been held at Northcote Baptist Church gymnasium. 100%

of graduated children have moved into regular sporting

or recreational activity. The children and their parents

received two learn to ride cycling sessions with Harbour

Sports Community Bike Advisor.

Active Teens Northcote

Active Teens have worked with 26 obese teenagers in the

last 12 months. Weekly boot camp and boxing sessions have

been held at the North Harbour Boxing Association Gym.

100% of graduated teenagers have moved into regular

sporting or recreational activity.

Active Teens Warkworth

Active Teens have worked with 28 obese teenagers in the

last 12 months. Weekly boot camp and boxing sessions

have been held at Mahurangi College with support from

Waitemata PHO. 100% of graduated teenagers have moved

into regular sporting or recreational activity.

Choose Change pre and

Type 2 Diabetes Pilot project

The Choose Change project was funded by the Ministry

of Health to test an innovative delivery model to improve

Green Prescription best practice in the management of prediabetes

and type 2 diabetes in at-risk target populations.

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Active Communities

The Choose Change project was a 6 month intervention

delivered across Auckland by the 4 Regional Sports Trusts

who each targeted one high risk ethnic group; Counties

Manukau Sport (South: Pacific Island), Harbour Sport

(North: NZ European/other), Sport Auckland (Central:

South Asian) and Sport Waitakere (West: Maori). Harbour

Sport was the project manager.

Overall, 331 people with pre or type 2 diabetes were

enrolled with 287 (87%) completing the intensive stage

(week 1-12)

Results:

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Overall 78% and 80% of participants reduced their

HbA1c at 12 and 24 weeks respectively. 87% of intake

1 participants reduced their HbA1c from baseline at 52

weeks, 6 months after completion of the programme.

94% of Maori participants reduced their HbA1c which

was noticeably higher than the other ethnicities whose

percentage reduction was between 72% and 74% at 24

weeks.

Major risk factors for diabetes were improved in the

majority of participants at 24 weeks: weight decreased

in more than 70% and waist circumference reduced in

more than 78%

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Other factors also improved for participants at 24

weeks: decreased blood pressure (81%), decreased fat

mass (71%), and increased physical activity (89%)

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Over 91% of participants indicated that each key aspect

was useful in assisting them achieve their healthy

lifestyle goals apart from psychology which 74% rated

as useful.

Over 90% of respondents broadly agreed with 7 positive

statements about how they felt in regard to their health

and well-being at the end of the intensive stage.

Early Childhood

Harbour Sport’s new programme “Movement Matters”

has been developed over the past year and looks to upskill

early childhood educators and parents on Fundamental

Movement Skills and physical literacy. 2 workshops have

been delivered to 9 teachers and 24 parents and one

kindergarten has received 15 physical activity and teacher

mentoring sessions. A Locomotor Activity Manual has been

produced which will sit alongside future delivery. Plans are

underway to engage a further 60 Early Childhood Centres

in the coming 12 months.

Cycle Skills Training

Harbour Sport’s cycling work continues to expand with large

cycle skills training projects being delivered in targeted

schools. In the past year 646 year 7-9 students from 3

schools have received 6-12 hours of grade 2 (on-road) cycle

skills training. Outcomes have been very positive as follows:

Road Code quiz

Predelivery

Postdelivery

Increase

Orewa College (yr7) 60% 88% 28%

Northcote

Intermediate (yr 7/8)

59% 84% 25%

Hobsonville Secondary

school 2014 (yr 9)

65% 93% 28%

Hobsonville Secondary

school 2015 (yr9)

65% 93% 28%

Bikes in Schools

Bikes in Schools continues to be a focus for Harbour

Sport. In the past year, one Bikes in Schools track has been

constructed at Parakai Primary with bikes purchased and

training to start with teachers and pupils. Another 2 schools

have been actively fundraising with the plan to build in the

next 6 months.

A cycle skills training package has been delivered by

Harbour Sport staff in schools across Auckland due to

in-depth expertise in cycle skills training. Delivery has

occurred in Freeman’s Bay Primary and Te Hurihi Primary

on Waiheke Island. In total Harbour Sport has trained 52

teachers across Auckland to become cycle skills instructors

in schools.

Advocacy and Sector Knowledge

Harbour Sport has actively supported increasing the

funding of increased/improved cycling infrastructure in

the past year with presentations to the Skypath Resource

Consent hearing, submission to the Northcote Safe Cycle

Route Consultation and to the Safer Cycle Panel. Harbour

Sport has a staff member on the National Cycle Skills

Advisory group and is a key member of the Regional Round

Table Netowrk meeting, collaborating with other sector

stakeholders.

Events: Harbour Sport has promoted and provided support

to the Bike the Bridge event as well as the Bubs on Bikes

event at Onepoto Primary.

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Business Development

A positive but challenging year for Harbour Sport and its commercial partners. The

need to generate more income through commercial partnerships is a reality. Harbour

Sport’s events; Mud Rush, Shore to Shore and Sporting Excellence Awards providing

fantastic exposure for partners involved and the further development of Harbour Sport

programmes has created some more commercial opportunities.

Development of a Harbour Sport events team allowed Harbour Sport to provide a more

professional service to its partners. A greater service has allowed more opportunities to

leverage partners and increase their involvement. This has also stimulated interest from

some new commercial partners.

Local Boards continue to work with Harbour Sport to shape their local communities by

using sport and recreation to develop health, social and economic benefits, as well as

providing an enhanced sense of identity and wellbeing.

Charitable Trusts and Gaming funders have provided essential funding for the many

important sport and recreation programmes and projects throughout the year.

Harbour Sport has an increased investment into events, programmes and services for

the new financial year. The target is to increase revenue back into sport in the Harbour

region so we can continue to support the local community.

COMMERCIAL PARTNERS

Harbour Sport has a fantastic group of motivated and engaged partners supporting

events, programmes and the operations of Harbour Sport. We thank them for their

continued support:

Massey University

Tass Print

The Hits

AUT

BeachSide Health and Fitness

FX Velocity

NZ Uniforms

QBE Stadium

The Coffee Club

Hayes Knight

North Shore Times

Honda

Harcourts Cooper & Co.

Cube

The Athlete’s Foot

My Fix Physio

ANZ

PlaceMakers

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Harbour Sport Excellence Awards

Harbour Sport hosted the 22nd Annual Massey

University Sport Excellence Awards celebrating the

achievements of North Harbour’s top athletes, coaches,

referees/umpires and volunteers. The evening was held

at the QBE Stadium on Friday 14th November 2014.

For the 2nd year in a row, North Harbour golfer Lydia

Ko took out the supreme award for her outstanding

achievements through her transition from amateur

to professional. Other talent who received awards

included Weightlifter Ritchie Patterson, gold medallist

at the 2013 Commonwealth Games, and Sprint Kayak

world champion Lisa Carrington. Roy Dickson and Tony

Ebbert were inducted into the Legends of Harbour.

“For the 2nd year in a

row, North Harbour

golfer Lydia Ko took

out the supreme award

for her outstanding

achievements”

Left: Ritchie Patterson

Above: Chris Dickson (left) and Roy Dickson

2014 Massey University Harbour Sport Excellence Awards evening.

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2015 Shore to Shore Fun Run/Walk

Despite heavy showers, 6400 participants completed the 31st Shore to Shore. Starting

at Takapuna Grammar the 5km Fun Run ends on Milford Reserve. The Shore to Shore

continues to be the largest fun run event on the North Shore and amongst the top 5 fun

runs in New Zealand. 44 schools from the North Shore were involved in 2015.

“The Shore to Shore

continues to be the

largest fun run event

on the North Shore and

amongst the top 5 Fun

Runs in New Zealand”.

Mud Rush

2014 Westfield Albany Mud Rush saw 1378 participants take on the challenging 19

obstacle course which included mud slides, tyre runs, water slides, creek dashes, mud

pits and bush hunts. Total numbers were up 50% from the 2013 inaugural event.

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Statement of Financial Performance - FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2015

2015 2014

note Actual Actual

Income $ $

Grants and Contracts

Local Council 178,000 165,314

Regional Sports Trusts 0 119,370

Aktive 635,999 751,000

Sport NZ 0 129,320

Ministry of Health 716,690 307,375

ASB Charitable Trust 62,500 114,785

Contracts 362,027 374,271

Gaming Trusts 68,081 37,072

Total Grant and Contract Income 2,023,297 1,998,507

Other Income

Events 78,118 69,421

Interest Received 61,701 53,961

Recoveries from Tenants 34,529 35,609

Sponsorship 181,952 211,029

Sports Awards Dinner 13,948 16,391

Sundry Income 57,718 38,638

Total Other Income 427,966 425,049

TOTAL INCOME 2,451,263 2,423,556

Less Expenses

Administration Expenses 19,006 34,048

Associations 2,718 3,398

Aktive Establishment Fee 0 2,000

Audit Fees 7,812 7,000

Communication 32,937 33,197

Depreciation 4 166,848 148,111

Events - Associated Costs 220,788 214,867

Marketing 7,673 6,202

Office Expenses 67,404 63,652

Programme Expenses 410,813 369,008

Property Expenses 24,777 28,572

Staff Expenses 1,329,187 1,333,226

Vehicle Expenses 115,375 94,890

Other Expenses 10,498 16,598

TOTAL EXPENSES 2,415,836 2,354,769

KiwiSport Funding 12 687,492 1,191,230

Less KiwiSport Projects (687,492) (1,191,230)

SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) 35,427 68,787

The Notes to the Financial Statements and the Statement of Accounting Policies form part of this statement.

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Statement of Financial Position - AS AT 30 JUNE 2015

Note 2015 2014

Actual $ Actual $

Current Assets

Cash and Cash Equivalents 807,771 224,577

Cash at Bank (KiwiSport) 294,668 410,668

Term Deposit 380,840 730,840

Term Deposit ( North Shore Sports Trust) 188,000 215,000

Accounts Receivable 150,693 260,486

Expenditure Paid in Advance 11,646 55,633

1,833,618 1,897,204

Current Liabilities

Accounts Payable 80,906 166,976

Accruals 45,867 28,068

Income Received in Advance 1. (vii) 104,037 199,134

KiwiSport Income Received in Advance 1. (vii) 303,261 353,378

Provision for Holiday Pay 70,929 58,513

Finance Lease - Current Portion 3 111,273 58,558

716,273 864,627

Working Capital Surplus / (Deficit) 1,117,345 1,032,577

Non-Current Assets

Fixed Assets 4 948,443 981,757

Non-Current Liabilities

Provision for Long Term Maintenance 1(viii) 67,307 69,384

Finance Lease - Term Portion 3 239,778 221,674

307,085 291,058

Net Assets 1,758,703 1,723,276

Statement of Movement in Equity - FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2015

2015 2014

Actual $ Actual $

Trust Funds as at 1 July 2014 1,508,276 1,439,489

Surplus / (Deficit) for the year to 30 June 2015 35,427 68,787

North Shore Sports Trust Surplus for the year 27,000 0

Trust Funds as at 30 June 2015 1,570,703 1,508,276

North Shore Sports Trust Capital Grant Balance as at 1 July 2014 215,000 215,000

Surplus / (Deficit) for the year to 30 June 2015 -27,000 0

North Shore Sports Trust Capital Grant Balance 188,000 215,000

Total Funds Administered 1,758,703 1,723,276

The Notes to the Financial Statements and the Statement of Accounting Policies form part of this statement.

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Notes to the Financial Statements - FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2015

1. STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTING POLICIES

(i) Basis of Reporting

Reporting Entity

Harbour Sport Trust is a Charitable Trust incorporated under the Charitable Trusts Act 1957 and is registered as such with

the Inland Revenue Department. The Trust is also a registered charity (CC 37293).

The trust has chosen to adopt generally accepted accounting practice as defined by Financial Reporting Standards and

Statements of Standard Accounting Practice.

Generally accepted accounting practices have been used in the measurement and reporting of earnings and financial

position on a historical cost basis.

Differential Reporting

By virtue of its lack of public accountability and size, the Trust is a qualifying entity in terms of the Framework for Differential

Reporting. The Trust has taken advantage of all available differential reporting exemptions.

(ii) Income Recognition

The Trust received grants from Aktive - Auckland Sport and Recreation, the Auckland Council, the Ministry of Health,

various Trusts and income in the form of sponsorships, event and course fees, interest and donations. Income is recognised

when received, although where income is related to activities to be carried out in a future year, this income is carried

forward to that year.

(iii) Fixed Assets

All fixed assets are initially recorded at cost.

Depreciation has been calculated on the diminishing value basis, using rates which reflect the expected useful life of the

assets.

The rates used are: Buildings 2%-12% DV

Furniture & Fittings 25% DV

Office Equipment 25%-67% DV

Computer Equipment 40%-60% DV

Motor Vehicles 40% DV

Sports Equipment 40% DV

(iv) Goods and Services Tax

The financial statements have been prepared on a GST exclusive basis except for receivables and trade payables. Any tax

owing or refundable at balance date is shown in the Balance Sheet. GST is accounted for on an invoice basis.

(v) Accounts Receivable

Accounts Receivable are valued at estimated realisable value. An estimate is made for doubtful debts based on a review of

all outstanding amounts at year end. Bad Debts are written off during the period in which they are identified.

(vi) Income Taxation

No income taxation has been provided for in the financial statements as Harbour Sport Trust is registered as a Charitable

Trust for income taxation purposes.

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Notes to the Financial Statements - FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2015

(vii) Income in Advance

Income has been received during 2014/2015 which relates to events planned for 2015/2016. In these cases, the income

has been carried forward for the purpose of matching income against expenditure which is expected to be incurred in the

2015/2016 financial year.

Actual

Actual

2015 2014

Sport NZ – KiwiSport 268,155 352,379

KiwiSport Partners 35,106 1,000

Sport NZ – Other 680 680

Aktive - ASBCT 40,313 0

Ministry of Health 33,597 103,423

Auckland Transport 2,275 2,275

Auckland Council 0 1,000

Waitemata PHO 0 6,000

North Shore Sports Trust - Interest 0 7,509

NZ Community Trust 18,400 29,207

Hands up Fund 8,046 5,486

Lion Foundation 726 0

KiwiSport Projects 0 43,555

Total 407,298 552,514

(viii) Long Term Maintenance

During 2000, the Trust developed a cyclical maintenance plan. The Trust accounted for its cyclical maintenance obligations

for the first time in the 2000/2001 Annual Accounts. In accordance with FRS-15, the Trust has identified that it has an

obligation to a third party to maintain its building, that there will be an outflow of resources relating to the maintenance of

the building and that a reliable estimate of that outflow can be made. A review of the plan was conducted by OPUS Building

Consultants in October 2003, with a further extensive review of interior and exterior maintenance being completed in

2015/2016.

(ix) Leased Assets

Leases under which the Trust assumes substantially all risks and rewards incidental to ownership, have been classified as

finance leases and are capitalised. The asset and the corresponding liability are recorded at inception of the lease at the

lower of the fair value of the leased asset, or at amounts equivalent to the discounted present value of minimum lease

payments including residual values.

Finance charges are apportioned over the terms of the respective leases.

Capitalised leased assets are depreciated over their expected useful lives in accordance with rates established for other

similar assets.

(X) Changes in Accounting Policy

There have been no significant changes in accounting policies from those adopted in the prior financial year.

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Notes to the Financial Statements - FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2015

2. NORTH SHORE SPORTS TRUST CAPITAL GRANT

In October 1991, the North Shore Sports Trust merged with the Harbour Sport Trust. A capital sum of $100,000 was

vested with the Harbour Sport Trust. This capital sum, together with interest income and net funds arising from the Morgan

Shore to Shore road race, is administered by Advisory and Executive trustees representing the former North Shore Sports

Trust, in conjunction with the CEO of Harbour Sport Trust.

3. FINANCE LEASE OBLIGATIONS

Finance leases are secured over 15 motor vehicles. Interest paid on Finance leases during the year was $42,408. (2014

$29,343)

The principal portions payable after Balance date are:

2015 2014

Current 111,273 58,558

Non Current 239,778 221,674

4. FIXED ASSETS

It is the Board’s opinion that fixed assets have not been permanently impaired during the year. Subsequent to Balance Date,

in September 2015, the Albany Building was valued for insurance purposes at $2,100,000.

Cost Acc Depn NBV Cost Acc Depn NBV

2015 2015 2015 2014 2014 2014

Furniture & Fittings 127,511 117,628 9,883 127,511 114,334 13,177

Office Equipment 78,984 62,204 16,780 73,554 58,017 15,537

Computer Equip. 200,583 173,670 26,913 188,385 147,103 41,282

Albany Building 995,306 304,688 690,618 993,666 286,745 706,921

Motor Vehicles 513,689 312,678 201,011 566,602 366,205 200,397

Sports Equipment 5,924 2,686 3,238 5,332 889 4,443

Total Fixed Assets 1,921,997 937,554 948,443 1,955,050 973,293 981,757

Asset Additions

Depreciation Expense

2015 2014 2015 2014

Furniture & Fittings 0 2,310 3,294 3,776

Office Equipment 5,431 0 4,188 6,658

Computer Equipment 12,198 27,437 26,567 38,518

Albany Building 1,640 14,540 17,943 17,097

Motor Vehicles 126,244 137,462 113,059 81,173

Sports Equipment 591 5,332 1,797 889

146,104 187,081 166,848 148,111

5. TRUSTEE’S REMUNERATION

The total value of fees paid to trustees was nil

(2014– nil)

6. CONTINGENT LIABILITIES

There were no contingent liabilities at 30 June 2015

(2014– nil)

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Notes to the Financial Statements - FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2015

7. CAPITAL COMMITMENTS

There was no capital expenditure contracted for at balance date.

(2014– nil)

8. OPERATING LEASE COMMITMENT

During the year ended 30 June 2015, $15,155 was recognized as an expense in the statement of financial performance in

respect of non - cancellable operating leases. (2014 $17,650).

2015 2014

Less than one year 16,105 17,791

Between one and five years 24,648 12,565

9. NORTH HARBOUR RUGBY REFEREES LEASE

A donation of $52,500 was received during the 1999 year from North Harbour Rugby Referees as a contribution towards

the cost of construction of the Sports House. This amount was included as income for the 1999 year.

In return for the amount donated, Harbour Sport will lease a portion of Sports House to North Harbour Rugby Referees on

a rent free basis for the remaining period of the lease, which expires in the year 2019.

Under the lease agreement with North Harbour Rugby Referees, all future operational expenses for that portion of the

building, will be the responsibility of North Harbour Rugby Referees. Should the lease agreement be terminated before

its full lease term, Harbour Sport will not be liable for any interest or penalties towards North Harbour Rugby Referees.

10. RESERVE FUND

Not for Profit organisations are not commercial entities and are therefore limited in the funds they can borrow. Therefore

as a matter of prudent financial management the Board maintains a reserve cash fund equivalent to up to six months

operating costs.

11. RELATED PARTY TRANSACTIONS

During the year Harbour Sport Trust had the following related party transactions.

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Aktive - Auckland Sport and Recreation distributes funding to Harbour Sport. Aktive has invoiced Harbour Sport $904

for Mobile Recharges (2014 $2,000 Establishment Costs). This is funded by operational cash that is ordinarily used

to fund community development and delivery. Aktive has also invoiced Harbour Sport $0 as a contribution towards

marketing and sponsorship acquisition.(2014 $25,000)

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Harbour Sport has invoiced Aktive $518,461 (2014 $606,764) in respect of service contracts in the normal course of

Harbour Sport operations and $0 (2014 $49,501) in relation to the transfer of the Greater Auckland Coaching Unit.

Dr Lynne Coleman is a Board member of the Waitemata District Health Board who provide funding to Harbour Sport. She

resigned from the Harbour Sport Trust Board as at 16 February 2015.

At year end Aktive owes Harbour Sport $0 (2014 $4,196)

A number of trustees have donated professional services in their non-trustee business capacities and in other organisations

which they represent to the Trust at nil value.

There were also the following transactions with Board Members Related Parties:

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Notes to the Financial Statements - FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2015

Board Member Ted Benton Tim Holgate Bevan Catley Scott Arrol Helen Varney

Outside Entity:

Inter - Entity Income

GST Exclusive

Inter - Entity Expenses

GST Exclusive

Glenfield

College

Mahurangi

College

Massey

University

North Harbour

Basketball

Target Road

School

654 0 25,000 2,033 2,662

0 1,200 0 10,500 261

Aktive was established in May 2013 to undertake a regional leadership role in promoting active and on-going participation

in sport and recreation. As part of its role Aktive is now the funding conduit for all Sport NZ funding. Hence funding

previously received directly from Sport New Zealand, including KiwiSport, is now received from Aktive. This funding is to

enable Harbour Sport to deliver various sport and recreation promotion and participation activities in the region.

12. KIWISPORT FUNDS PAID OUT DURING THE YEAR

2015 2014

Sport NZ 540,038 958,840

KiwiSport partners 44,158 78,843

Regional Sports Trusts 103,296 153,547

687,492 1,191,230

13. KIWISPORT FUNDING COMMITTED AS AT 30 JUNE 2015

During the year Harbour Sport received funds from Sport NZ for the KiwiSport Initiative. The amount shown in Received

in Advance includes amounts that have been allocated to projects but not yet paid out at balance date. The allocation of

funds at 30 June 2015 is as follows:-

Mahurangi Community & School Sports Coach 10,000

Moving Mahurangi College Sport Forward 7,822

Northcote Cluster (Harbour Hockey) 4,860

Girls in Football 20,000

Stay and Play 5,000

Surf Lifesaving 9,625

SnowFUN Damentals 13,913

Fun Sticks Hockey 6,816

KiwiVolley Vertical Cluster 5,000

4 x 4 Co-op 8,770

ADS Kids KiwiSport Basketball 3,750

College Futsal Programme - Extension 7,463

The First Tee North Harbour 2014 2,000

Raquets & Touch SuperSport Collective - Ext 2 5,000

Tennis Hot Shots 10,000

Girls in Basketball 2,500

Harbour Hockey Small Sticks 6,390

Active 4 Success 3,000

Kick Starts 3,000

HBC Primary Schools KiwiSport 7,480

Total Funds allocated to projects 142,389

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Notes to the Financial Statements - FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2015

14. STATEMENT OF UNCOMMITTED FUNDS AS AT 30 JUNE 2015

At 30 June the following funds were available:

2015 2014

$ $

Cash and Savings Accounts 807,771 224,577

Shore to Shore Trust Deposit Account 188,000 215,000

KiwiSport Funds 294,668 410,668

Deposit accounts which mature within the next 12 months 380,840 730,840

Accounts Receivable 150,693 260,486

1,821,972 1,841,571

To meet the following commitments:

Accounts Payable 126,771 195,044

Income Received in Advance 407,298 552,512

Lease Liability 111,273 58,558

Provision for Holiday Pay 70,929 58,513

Provision for Long Term Maintenance 67,307 69,384

Shore to Shore Fun Run 188,000 215,000

971,578 1,149,011

Leaving resources available 850,394 692,560

Reserve Fund for continued operations 520,000 380,840

Leaving resources available / (deficit) for general purposes 330,394 311,720

Future intentions for these available resources include:

Programme development 100,000 100,000

Vehicle replacement 100,000 100,000

Seeding funding programmes 15,000 15,000

Building Development 90,000 90,000

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Auditors Letter

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Directory

Board of Trustees

Ted Benton – Chairman

Bevan Catley

Helen Varney

Tim Holdgate

Michael Goudie

Vicki Skill

Marshall Couper

Scott Arrol

Staff

Toni-Maree Carnie

Mike Jones

Lisa Newman

Sue Barker

Glen Larmer

Richard Casutt

Dave Keelty

Jenny Lim

Jimmy Yoo

Jules Warner

Kevin O’Leary

Kylie McGregor

Miguel Gallardo

Alex Ah Chong

Takoha Ropati

Maree Wright

Jay Martin

Liz Golding

Wilbur Jeftha

Kyle Rika

Mike Gaylard

Debbie Pigou

Ann Morris

Fran Anderson

Tuscany Mellor

James Hayward

Alex Johnson

Auditor:

Banker:

Legal Advisor:

Chief Executive

Business Development Manager

Office Manager

Reception/Administration Support

Communications

Sport Capability Manager

Coaching Manager

ActivAsian & KiwiSport Manager

ActivAsian Advisor

Community Sport Co-ordinator

Community Sport Manager

Regional Sport Director

Community Sport Coach

Community Support Advisor

He Oranga Poutama

Events Manager

Active Communities Manager

GRx/Active Families Manager

Community Support Advisor

Community Bike Advisor

Green Prescription Patient Support

Green Prescription Patient Support

Green Prescription Promotion and Support

Bath University student

Bath University student

Bath University student

Bath University student

RSM Hayes Knight Audit Ltd, PO Box 9588, Auckland

Westpac, 10 Wairau Rd, Private Bag 95-515, Auckland

McVeagh Fleming, PO Box 300-844, Albany

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Participation

Advocacy

Coaching

Volunteering

Communication

OutcOme 1

More Harbour people

participating in Sport

and Recreation

OutcOme 2

Inform, advocate for and

influence new and better

practice for sport and

recreation delivery

OutcOme 3

More sport

participants have

access to a quality

coach

OutcOme 4

More Harbour

people volunteering

in sport

OutcOme 5

Harbour Sport is a

credible and utilised

sport and recreation

communication hub

By 2015

Children will be active from an early age

and their first experiences will be fun,

playful and engaging.

Young people’s input into their sport will

be valued.

Youth and young people will choose to

stay in their sport through key transitional

stages of their life.

Mastering multiple skills will be the

priority.

Schools and communities will be working

together to maximise the sport and

recreation opportunities for families.

Sports organisations will be innovative

and responsive to the changing needs of

society.

Clubs will have enough good volunteers.

Teams will have effective coaches.

Maori whanau, hapu and iwi will be

supported by an holistic approach to sport.

Multi-sport clubs will provide a variety

of sporting opportunities for the whole

family.

Quality sports experiences will see more

athletes fulfilling their potential.

Disabled people will be part of everyday

sport.

Ethnic engagement will be at all levels and

roles in sport and recreation.

A wide range of sport and recreation

initiatives for all ages will be in

every neighbourhood, driven by local

communities.

Key agencies in the region will be working

in alignment to maximise the use of each

other’s expertise and resources.

Harbour Sport will be seen as the

knowledge hub and first port of call for

information on sport and recreation in the

region.

Harbour Sport Values

Passionate

• Embracing your team and

Harbour Sport

• Bring the community on the

journey

• Going the extra mile, living the

dream

• Overcoming adversity to achieve

• Always challenging yourself and

others

• Turning creative ideas into

reality

Value Our People

• Supporting work/life balance

• Empathy

• Respect

• Acknowledge the differences

and the opportunities

• Take the time to learn and

understand

• Don’t stand on others mana

• Personal and professional

development opportunities

Team Player

• Supporting other staff members

and their programmes

• Valuing opinions with an open

mind

• Giving and receiving honest

feedback

• Helping each other to perform

well

• Affirming others for great work

Professionalism

• Take personal responsibility

• Honesty and integrity

• Adaptable and flexible

• Be well prepared and reliable

• Admit and learn from mistakes

• Be reliable

• Deliver promised outcomes

• Embrace Harbour Sport values

Harbour Sport

PO Box 300 633, Albany

Stadium Drive, Albany

tel. 09 415 4610 | fax. 09 415 4594

www.harboursport.co.nz

Continuous

Improvement

• Strive to deliver best practice

• Test, implement, review,

evaluate, plan

• Work to the best that you

possibly can

• Continuous improvement

• Solution based

• Strive for excellence

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