Don't miss out on the party of the year!
The season is coming to an end and Napier City Rovers is getting ready to fling a party that even the Great Gatsby himself would approve of.
Come along and celebrate with the players and fans.
After the awards ceremony there will be live music from Verant Blue, one of the Bay's top cover bands who are sure to get you on the dance floor.
Dress code is 1920s/1930s, so the gangster and moll at the door will expect you to be flaunting your inner flapper girl or Jay Gatsby. Let's see those vintage dresses and trilbies!
Get all 'glammed-up' for a night of partying and fun!
Complimentary glass of bubbles on arrival.
Tickets may be limited so get in quick.
When: Saturday, September 23rd, 6.30pm - Midnight
Venue: Napier City Rovers Clubrooms
Time: 6.30pm - Midnight
Cost: $25 per head ($40 per couple).
Finger food supper and free glass of bubbles included.
Come and join us and let's party like it's 1929!
Book your seat online via Westpac 03 0698 0978560 00. Use your name and "prize" as reference.
Or, ask at the office or behind the bar.
Games you don't want to miss!
Today sees Napier City Rovers in two top of the table clashes with Napier Marist.
NCR Division 1 take on Red Steel Marist at Bluewater Stadium, kick-off 1pm. Only two points seperate these two teams at the top of the table. It's going to be an epic clash. Come along and be the 12th man in the stands this afternoon and get behind the Blues in their crusade to go top of the table.
The Duke of Gloucester Computer Care Premiership take on Alexander Electric Marist at Park Island, kick-off 3pm. This is a must win match for the Blues if they want to stay in the title chase. A win for Marist sees the Hoops claim the title for the first time since 2001. A lot riding on these games today. Get along and get behind the boys. See you there ⚽
See below and check the website for a full list of fixtures.
The Bill Robertson led Napier City Rovers Football Academy has just launched its new Facebook page.
The page will follow the journey of the academy players as they progress, with regular video updates on sessions, and interviews with the players and academy coach, Napier City Rovers and Hawke's Bay United's, Bill Robertson.
Follow to keep up to date with the players and the latest academy news.
To find out more about the academy, and to enrol, visit the Napier City Rovers Website here.
Napier City Rovers Football Academy Proudly Sponsored By:
It's the Big Quiz and Fundraising Auction at Napier City Rovers tomorrow night, and some of the exciting auction prizes have been announced.
Fancy a date night in a Superior Spa room at Bluewater Hotel; going corporate at a Magpies game courtesy of Bayswater European; playing a round of golf at the exclusive Cape Kidnappers; a Land Rover Range adventure off road drive for four, including lunch and refreshments; six bottles of 2014 Tironui wine; or the services of a truck and driver; plus many more prizes up for grabs!
Get along to Napier City Rovers club rooms tomorrow night for an entertaining evening and the chance to win an amazing prize.
Doors open 7 pm
Quiz starts at 7.30pm
Maximum of six people per team
Light supper included.
Don't miss out. See you there! All welcome; the more the merrier.
See below for a full list of prizes on the main and open auctions. Lots more to be won on the night.
After a raft of cancellations over recent weeks due to the rain, this weekend's fixtures should whet the football appetite of Napier City Rovers fans.
The Blues Division 1 men headline the home fixtures when they take on Port Hill United at Bluewater Stadium tomorrow, kick-off 1pm.
Win Big Prizes and have a Blast ...
Put your glad rags on and get your brainiest friends together for a fun night out at Napier City Rovers.
With BIG auction prizes at stake, and an entertaining evening planned, this is the ultimate night out that you'll want to be a part of!
There will be some special auction prizes that you wont want to miss bidding on. More will be revealed very soon ...
Keep an eye on our social media pages for some special announcements over the next couple of weeks!
Donations of prizes welcome, with free advertising on our media channels for prize sponsors. Contact Phil Doran, email@example.com for more details.
Bob Allen, Napier City Rovers Legend and True Blue
Napier City Rovers Volunteering Legend Bob Allen has been recognised by Club and Federation this week for his dedication and contribution to football in the region, especially to his beloved Rovers.
Today, Bob was named by Central Football as one of the winners chosen from across the Federation to mark National Volunteer Week.
Central Football received "countless nominations", but only ten were selected for a spot prize, with Bob being among those on the Federation's roll of honour.
The Napier City Rovers Football Skills Holiday Programme is back for the upcoming school holidays.
The three-and-a-half day programme offers local kids the chance to learn to play football the Napier City Rovers way in a fun, action packed, and professional footballing environment.
Led by Napier City Rovers UEFA B licensed coach Bill Robertson, the course gives young participants access to coaching methods used by the Rovers head coach with players like Central League Golden Boot leader Angus Kilkolly.
Napier City Rovers wants to celebrate National Volunteers Week by hailing our own unsung Blues.
There are a lot hidden treasures at NCR in the form of a fabulous team of happy helpers who keep the ball rolling week-by-week.
At the start of National Volunteers Week, Malcolm Wilson was presented with the Sports Hawke's Bay Volunteer of the Month Award for his awesome behind the scenes work at the club.
To end the week, Napier City Rovers wants to recognise and say a huge thank you to all the amazing people working hard behind the scenes.
But, also give player's, fans, and members the chance to vote for the person they think deserves some special recognition.
Young Rovers player Christopher Whyte was over the moon when his hero Fergus Neil popped in to visit.
Young Napier City Rovers player Christopher Whyte had something to smile about today when his hero Fergus Neil paid him a visit in hospital.
The Rovers captain was just the tonic to help the young Rovers player beat the blues after he recently underwent surgery for a broken femur.
Christopher, who plays in the NCR 10th Grade Giants, coached by his mum, and NCR Ladies player, Katie, has a long rehabilitation process ahead of him after sustaining the injury during a school football game.
Mum Katie says the visit from the Blues captain was just what the doctor ordered.
"He knew Fergus was coming, and he'd had a really rough day with pain and leg spasms, so it really lifted his spirits, a lot. He was really talkative, telling Fergus all about what had happened.
"Fergus came with his NCR beanie that he wears to training. Chris thought it was so cool when he gave him it to keep."
Christopher, who is also part of Rovers keeper Ruben Parker's Top Flight Goalkeeping Academy, was also left speechless when Parker dropped in to pay him a visit last week.
"When Ruben came Christopher had no idea. It was a huge surprise. His face lit up," says Katie.
"The love and support Chris has been getting from the men's team, and the awesome messages has helped a lot."
Please, leave him a message of support and help cheer him up.
Get well soon Christopher, from everyone at Napier City Rovers.