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Our Inductees

Naomi James

Naomi James
Naomi James suffered from seasickness but she went to sea. She was a private person and disliked crowds, but she became a world celebrity, feted wherever she went.

Ron Jarden

Ron Jarden
Ron Jarden was one of the outstanding wings in New Zealand rugby and his scoring ratio – 145 tries in 134 first-class matches – is all the more noteworthy considering a lack of emphasis on back play during his era.

Stacey Jones

Stacey Jones
Stacey Jones used to be known as “The Little General” for good reasons: he was little among the big men of rugby league, but he was the general who dictated the strategy and the tactics for the teams he graced.

Stuart Jones

Stuart Jones
Stuart Jones is unquestionably one of the finest golfers produced by New Zealand, a name to stand alongside the greats of the game.

Linda Jones

Linda Jones
Through a combination of a love of horses and a stubborn streak that wouldn’t accept the word “no”, Linda Jones became a national celebrity in the 1970s.

Michael Jones

Michael Jones
Michael Jones burst onto world rugby when he scored the opening try in the first World Cup in 1987 in his first game for New Zealand.

Don Jowett

Don Jowett
Don Jowett became the only New Zealand track sprinter to win a gold medal at a major games when he won the 220 yards at the Empire Games in Vancouver in 1954.

Sporting Spotlight

Lorraine Moller

(1955 - )

When it comes to commitment to and passion for a sport, Lorraine Moller sets the standards.
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