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The Harvey Norman Women in League round is back and to celebrate, we are giving Auckland-based league clubs the chance to win some Harvey Norman vouchers.

Thanks to our great partners at Harvey Norman, we have $10,000 worth of store vouchers ready to donate and are now on the hunt for four local clubs to compete at halftime of our home game against the Panthers for their share of the prizes.

On the Vodafone Warriors’ Facebook page, we’ve set up a poll which contains all Auckland Rugby League clubs. 

The four clubs which gather the most votes by Wednesday, July 12 at 8:30pm, will then be asked to nominate three of their female players and/or volunteers to take part in a halftime kicking competition at Mt Smart Stadium on July 14.

In a three-minute period, each of the teams need to kick as many goals as possible and will earn the following points for their efforts:

  • 10m drop kick from each side of the field = 1 point
  • 20m place kick in front of the posts = 2 points
  • 50m kick in front of the post = 10 points
  • Kicked balls must be retrieved by members of the kicking team.

But just to spice things up a bit more, each time the cheer-o-meter (crowd decibel reader) goes above 90 decibels during a team’s three-minute window, they will receive double the points for every successful goal they kick in the ensuing 20 seconds. 

Vote for a local club to compete in the 'Kick for Club' halftime competition

The club which places first overall will receive a staggering $5,000 in store vouchers from Harvey Norman while, second place ($2,500), third place ($1,500) and last place ($1,000) won’t go home empty-handed.

If there is a tie, the teams on level points will each get an additional 20 seconds to kick as many balls over. If there is still a deadlock, we’ll go to our cheer-o-meter (decibel reader) for the crowd to decide who our winning team is.

You'll be able to vote once a day until the poll closes. So have your say and vote now.

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