Many of the WeAreTENZING team kicked off their Mitre 10 cup season (see the full wrap up below). Tamati played fantastically for the Ricoh Black Rams being named man of the match, Jono is heading back to Japan for the biggest race of the year, the Suzuka 1000km, and Jess, Amber and Tania are all nominated for various social awards. The winners of these awards will be announced this Wednesday, best of luck! Don’t forget if you or a fellow WeAreTENZING client you know has done something amazing, please let us know and we’ll try to get it in the next installment.
The netball Quad Series starts this Saturday with the Silver Ferns taking on South Africa.
Both girls had an outstanding season for their respective ANZ Championship teams, with Phoenix being pivotal in the Pulse reaching their first ever grand final.
Heres hoping that this form can carry on as the girls look to start their campaign with an important victory.
Best of luck Phoenix and Kayla!
Social Media Tips & Tricks
1. One of the biggest struggles with social media is posting frequently. What I would recommend is looking at your up coming schedule and start to build a content calendar. Identify events that could be good for social and set alarms so that you never miss these.
Mitre 10 Is Back
Many of the WeAreTENZING team returned to action over the weekend with the Mitre 10 cup kicking off.
Dan Hawkins and Matt Wright got Northlands season off to the perfect start with an impressive victory over Bay of Plenty.
Sam Anderson-Heather and Donald Brighouse both put in monstrous efforts vs North Harbour. After a very slow start, Otago made a great comeback but fell just short.
Finally, Tuki Raimona and Manawatu lost a very entertaining battle against Wellington.
Jono Lester is jetting off to Japan to compete in the Suzuka 1000.
This is the biggest event of the year in the Super GT Competition, with 1.5x points on offer.
This event is always one to watch on the motor sporting calendar. This year is no different with many big names entering the event including former Formula 1 championship winner Jenson Button.
Jono and his Gulf Porsche team are currently sitting 9th in the standings. A win here would put them in a great position to push for the championship.
If you are wanting to view the race a stream can be found here.
Best of luck Jono!