The Koru’s had a fixture against Taranaki in Wanganui on 25/11/18. The team selected was Esther Lanser (C), Kerry Tomlinson, Melissa Hansen, Georgia Atkinson, Hattie Vincent, Olivia Roseingrave, Gemma Sims, Kate Sims, Tahlia Jones-Dennes, Kayarna Jones-Dennes, Ocean Bartlett and Amy Fitzgerald.
The office will be closed for the entire day on Thursday 6 December for our Southey Sayer Staff day. If you have an urgent matter please contact Leanne or Becks via their cellphone and leave a message, these will be checked throughout the day.
We are happy to continue our support of Dairy Business of the Year in 2018 through NZ CA who are once again gold sponsors of the event.
Being involved in Dairy Business of the Year (DBOY) provides a unique opportunity to obtain an independent and comprehensive farm analysis of your dairy business which reports on financial performance, human resources and productivity, and environmental management.
We are excited to be back on board with Wairarapa Cricket for the 2017/18 season and to be supporting their women’s teams. The Senior Women’s representative side known as the Southey Sayer Wairarapa Korus was re-established in the 2016/17 season for the first time in over a decade. The team displayed not only great skill and teamwork on the field last season, but a genuine passion for the game, making us a proud sponsor. We would like to wish the girls all the best for their upcoming season!
This year the team at Southey Sayer have decided to get behind a good cause by taking part in Loud Shirt Day 2017 on Friday 29th September.
Loud Shirt Day is the annual appeal of The Hearing House and the Southern Cochlear Implant Paediatric Programme, two charities dedicated to enabling deaf children with cochlear implant or hearing aids to listen and speak like their hearing peers. Neither charity charges deaf children or their families for their services.