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Location: New Zealand - Number of pages: 348. This independent NZ Petanque Wiki (NZPW) is sponsored by Boules to You.

Welcome to our Petanque Community

What's New -- Trading Post -- Intro -- Suggestions -- Useful Links -- JC


National Championships (discussion document from Horowhenua club committee)
Oceania Championships 2010

2010 Petanque Blog Sheriff award

Remit to PNZ AGM 2010 from Caversham Petanque Club

Open Letter to the NZ petanque players

News from the Hawke's Bay

Wellington P├ętanque Representation proposal

New President for PFA (Australia)

2007 New Zealand Down Syndrome Association Tournament Great YouTube videos 

PNZ AGM 2009 and the 2008 minutes

PNZ Candidates 2010 

PNZ Candidates 2009


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