Aon Maadi Cup 2014

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The 2014 Aon Maadi Cup gets underway on Monday 24th March at Lake Ruataniwha and will conclude on Saturday 29th March. Finals will take place on the Friday and Saturday.

The Programme

Monday - Heats

Tuesday – Heats, Repechages

Wednesday – Repechages, Quarter Finals, E&F Finals

Thursday – Semi Finals, C&D Finals

Friday – Finals (A&B)

Saturday – Finals (A&B)

Sunday – reserve day

The programme is weather dependant and subject to change if circumstances require.

Finals days schedule

Websites of use for the Aon Maadi Cup

Ruataniwha Rowing Website

RowIT website - for Results

Aon Maadi Cup Parade

See the Aon Maadi Cup Parade poster for more information (and Team banner competition)


Aon Maadi Cup T-shirt competition

Aon Maadi Cup Mascot competition

Social Media

Facebook - Aon Maadi Cup

Twitter - @maadicup

2014 Aon Maadi Cup Webcast

Click here to be directed to the Aon Maadi Cup webcast

2014 Aon Maadi Cup Highlights on Sky TV

Thursday    3/04/2014    19:00:00    SKY Sport 2
Thursday    3/04/2014    23:00:00    SKY Sport 1
Friday          4/04/2014    06:00:00    SKY Sport 3
Friday          4/04/2014    10:00:00    SKY Sport 1
Friday          4/04/2014    17:30:00    SKY Sport 3
Saturday     5/04/2014    08:15:00    SKY Sport 4

Measles Ministry of Health Advisory

The Ministry of Health is concerned about measles spreading among secondary school pupils. There have been 62 confirmed measles cases in NZ since December; the majority among secondary school pupils.

The Ministry of Health believe because the Aon Maadi Cup regatta will bring together around 2000 pupils from right up and down the country it's important schools be aware there is a concern about measles. To raise awareness the Ministry has provided some advice for schools to take on board.

Ministry of Health Advisory for Aon Maadi Cup Competitors - Don’t Let Measles Leave You High and Dry

Since December 2013 there have been 62 confirmed cases of measles in New Zealand. The majority of these cases have been in secondary school students. A total of 8 cases have required hospital treatment.

Measles is highly infectious.  Measles starts with a fever, cough, runny nose and/or sore eyes followed a few days later by a rash.  People are infectious from 5 days before to 5 days after the rash appears.

Immunisation remains the best way to prevent infection and spread within the community.  It is important that students attending inter-school events namely regattas such as the Aon Maadi Cup are fully immunised with 2 doses of the measles/mumps/rubella (MMR) vaccine.  Immunisation is free to New Zealand residents.

Unimmunised people exposed to measles will need to be quarantined for at least 14 days.  This will mean missing school, training and regattas.

If you don’t want your school rowers to be left high and dry please encourage them to get immunised as soon as possible.

Schools are recommended to record the names of students attending interschool regatta who are not immunised.  This will enable public health officials to quickly identify those at risk should the need arise.

If you or a student develop symptoms of measles call Healthline on 0800 611 116 for advice as soon as possible.

For further information on measles and measles immunisation please visit the Ministry of Health website http://www.health.govt.nz/measles or the Immunisation Advisory Centre website http://www.immune.org.nz.  You can also call the Immunisation Advisory Centre toll-free on 0800 IMMUNE (0800 466 863) for advice.


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Aon Maadi Cup 2014 file repository

  Name Type Date Updated Size Action
Aon Maadi Cup Mascot Competition Adobe Acrobat PDF file 13/02/2014 9:02am 371 KB Download
Aon Maadi Cup Parade Poster Adobe Acrobat PDF file 13/02/2014 9:03am 455 KB Download
Aon Maadi Cup T-shirt Competition Adobe Acrobat PDF file 13/02/2014 9:04am 427 KB Download
Aon Maadi Cup Finals Schedule Adobe Acrobat PDF file 13/02/2014 9:12am 205 KB Download
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