Hui Hui Kotahi Netball Club was established in 1985 by Grace Rhind. Starting as a whaanau club, the aim was to always ensure that all members of the club strengthened their natural abilities, as well as developed and learnt new techniques and play. We have now branched outside of just whaanau, and have developed our own family dynamic within our club. 

With the original club colours being white and black, it was decided that new colours needed to be introduced to signify what exactly our club would stand for in the coming years. It was decided that pink, chosen to represent femininity as well as grace, and black, chosen to represent strength and determination, would be the official colours of HHKNC. After 30+ years, our members still wear these colours with pride. 

HHKNC has always been proud to be a part of the Papakura community, as well as the Counties Manukau netball community and we have had numerous members of our club represent HHKNC at a range of representative netball levels. Ranging from players, to coaches and managers, to umpires, we have been fortunate to showcase the level of talent and skill our club has on numerous occasions within many representative teams. HHKNC has always been proud of all of the achievements that our members have earned, and will always support the triumphs of our ladies! 


Papakura Netball Centre Life Members

Grace Rhind

June Rhind

Tania Rhind-Mills

Papakura Netball Centre Player of The Year Awards

June Rhind x2

Leila Rhind

Tania Rhind-Mills

Papakura Netball Centre Coach of The Year

Leila Rhind x2

June Rhind

Tania Rhind-Mills

We have also had countless members of our club represent Counties Manukau, Counties Manukau Maori's, Auckland and NZ in netball, and achieve various levels of greatness each time. 

We have always been very proud of our ladies, and continue to encourage and support all of our girls to aim for new levels of netball!