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Supporters Donation
Kathleen White $50.00
Manawatu Under 15 $20.00
Braemac Youth $20.00
Narelle Cribb $100.00
Gino Manuel $30.00
Terence Hiko $20.00
Kura Pirini $100.00
Vanessa Sidney-Richmond $50.00
Carl Ewart $20.00
Hannah Murphy $135.00
Janani Hay $30.00
Anonymous $50.00
Tommy & Jody Wanoa $50.00
Charlene Tohu $20.00
Suzanne Agnew $20.00
Marina Pirini $100.00
John Pahina $25.00
Suzie Watling $20.00
Jo Rata $100.00
Tania Bryenton $50.00
Stacey Pirini $100.00

Nia Pirini has been selected to represent NZ International Softball Academy in the U15 Girls team. 

Any donations would be greatly appreciated



Hi, I’m Nia Pirini, I’m 13 years old and I play Softball! 

I have recently been selected to represent NZ International Softball Academy in the U15 Girls team. This tournament will be held in Sydney, Australia later this year and I need your help to get there. 

I have only been playing softball for 3 years but I absolutely love the sport.  I am still learning and am always developing my skills.  A short term goal of mine is to be able to play across a number of different positions. 

I have been representing Manawatu Softball Team for the past 3 years. I also represented the U13 representative team for three years, and then represented the U15’s rep team for two years. I made it into the tournament team for the U13’s in 2016 and was recently awarded the most promising player for the 2017/2018 season in the U15’s grade for Manawatu.

My goals are to further my softball career and to one day make the White Sox team!  I hope my journey inspires all kids to give every sport a go!  I want to tell everyone that they truly won’t know how good they could be until they try!

I am reaching out for your support.  I have a huge opportunity ahead of me that I am extremely excited about, however, I will not be able to get to Australia without your help.

Please consider supporting me and my sporting journey – it would mean the world to me.

Any donations, big or small are very much appreciated.

Nia Pirini

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