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IC New Zealand stages a successful Disabiity Clinic during the 2008 IC Junior Tennis Challenge World Finals in Auckland.

A very successful Disabled Clinic was held on Sunday 17th, with special thanks to the Coaches and Players from all teams who participated so willingly in this.

Pictured above is Des Shaw the ICNZ President. The NZ team Captain Kevin Woolcott was the main link between our club and the Halberg Trust.

IC New Zealand and the Halberg Trust

This is a thriving foundation set up by Murray Halberg, a very famous NZ athlete who won a Gold Medal at the Rome Olympics who has spent the last 40 years raising money and awareness of the way disabled children can be assisted through sport and recreation.

All teams competing and their coaches took part in a positive and friendly way, as well as several top NZ coaches and former players.
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