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Under Alert Level 1, the New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame is now OPEN. Our hours are 10am to 3pm (Wednesdays to Sundays). We are closed on Mondays and Tuesdays (open by appointment only on these days).
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Our Inductees

Kevin Herlihy

Kevin Herlihy was such a dominant pitcher in New Zealand softball for nearly 20 years that he was once described as the Richard Hadlee of softball.

Marilyn Marshall

Marilyn Marshall had the distinction of captaining her country in two sports, softball and soccer.

Bill Massey

Bill Massey
Dubbed “The Man With the Golden Arm”, Massey was a dominant figure in national softball and it was largely through his expertise and efforts that the sport gained national attention.

Softball Women, 1982

Softball Women, 1982
The New Zealand women’s softball team won the International Softball Federation’s fifth world championships in Taiwan in 1982.

Mark Sorenson

Mark Sorenson
Mark Sorenson first played for New Zealand when he was sixteen and continued for more than twenty years, collecting honour after honour along the way.

Sporting Spotlight

Gary Anderson

(1967 - )

For years, New Zealand cyclists were highly competitive without breaking through at the highest level. And then along came Gary Anderson.
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