NZ Representative Honours Board

      

Worlds; Oceania; Pan Pacific; Asian Games; Singapore International

PLAYERS WHO HAVE REPRESENTED NZ INTERNATIONALLY

Year

Location

Tournament

New Zealand Team

2017 Christchurch, NZ Oceania Championship (Men)

Ian Baker, Myles Cowper, Bruno Falco, Allan Fletcher, Seti Mailei, Thierry Pannetier, Tom Paulo, Michael Rocks, Adellys Taraunu, Georgio Vakauta. 

    Oceania Championship (Women)

Claire Bradburn, Marilyn Bunce, Sharon Cannon, Ann Hogg, Annick LeGuen, Shirley MacDonald, Christine Strichen, Kathleen Wallace, Claire Wilson, Ruby Vakauta 

2017

Vietnam

Asian Championship - (Tournament cancelled at last minute)

Claire Bradburn, Marilyn Bunce, Ann Shields

2017 Ghent, Brussels World Singles, Doubles and Mixed Doubles

Singles Men - Stephane Montel 
Singles Women -
Claire Bradburn 
Men's Doubles -
Stephane Montel & Bruno Falco
Women's Doubles -
Claire Bradburn & Ann Shields
Mixed Doubles - 
Bruno Falco & Ann Shields

  Melbourne, Australia Australian Open

Jean Pascal Cuer, Thierry Pannetier, Richard Browne 

  Auckland, NZ NZ Open  Open Team - Seti Mailei, charles Peni and Adellys Taraunu
Senior Team - Ray Pierce, Mervyn Wilson, Kay George
2016 Krabi Is., Thailand  Pan Pacific Champs Dez Grant, Sarah-Jane Wright and Lee Tafford
  Port Vila, Vanuatu Oceania Champs (Men) Georgio Vakauta, Christian Fouquet, Ian Baker, Tom Paulo, Bruno Falco, Bill Peachey and Neville Frost as a replacement player on the final day.
  Port Vila, Vanuatu Oceania Champs (Women) Sharon Cannon, Ruby Vakauta, Kathleen Wallace, Margaret Maher, Jean Parley, Claire Bradburn
2015 Bangkok, Thailand Women's World Champs Claire, Wilson, Christine Strichen, Sharon Cannon
2014 Tahiti Men's World Champs Cancelled due to Ebola
2013 France Women's World Champs Joanne Lippard, Barbara Johnston, Christine Strichen, Claire Wilson
  Wallis & Futuna Oceania Champs (men) Christian Fouquet, Mark Richardson, Bob Bridge, Bill Peachey
  Brunei Pan Pacific Champs Richard Turfrey, Mark Richardson, Ray Pierce, Yvonne Futcher, Karen Stephen, Chris Taylor
2012 Marseille, France Men's World Champs David Lippard, Christian Fouquet, Georgio Vakauta, Andre Noel
  Australia Pan Pacific Champs Christian Fouquet, Georgio Vakauta, Andre Noel, David Lippard, Joanne Lippard, Sharon Cannon, Christine Strichen, Claire Wilson
2011 Kemer, Turkey Women's World Champs Sharon Cannon, Barbara Johnston, Christine Strichen, Claire Wilson
  Suphanburi, Thailand Asian Petanque Games Sharon Cannon, Barbara Johnston, Christine Strichen, Claire Wilson
2010 Izmir, Turkey Men's World Champs Maurice Belz, David Lippard, Michael Rocks, Richard Swaney
  New Caledonia Oceania Champs (Men) Christian Fouquet, David Lippard, Michael Rocks, Ron Sandilands, Richard Swaney, Lee Taffard
  New Caledonia Oceania Champs (Women) Claire Bradburn, Barbara Johnston, Christine Strichen, Tina Targett, Christine Taylor, Claire Wilson
  Singapore Pan Pacific Champs Andre Noel, Jared Handford, David Lippard, Ian Baker, Maurice Belz, Richard Swaney
2009 Suphanburi, Thailand Women's World Champs Sharon Cannon, Barbara Johnston, Joanne Lippard, Pam Jenkins
2008 Samsun, Turkey Women's World Champs Sharon Cannon, Barbara Johnston, Laurel Priestley
  Singapore Singapore Int. Champs Roberta Campbell, Joanne Lippard, Claire Wilson, Andrew Joe, David Lippard, Andre Noel
2007 Pattaya, Thailand Mens World Champs Ron Sandilands, Murray Porter, Simon Faby
  Singapore Singapore Int. Champs Murray Porter, Ron Sandilands, Simon Faby, David Lippard, Andre Noel, Georgio Vakauta
2006 Grenoble, France Men's World Champs Ian Baker, Christian Fouquet, Michael Rocks, Dirk Winnie
  Grenoble, France Womens World Champs Sharon Cannon, Barbara Johnston, Laurel Priestley
  Singapore Singapore Int. Champs Ian Baker, Michael Rocks, Dirk Winnie
2005 Brussels, Belgium Open World Champs Christian Fouquet, David Lippard, Chris Priestley, Richard Swaney
  New Zealand Oceania Champs (Men) Tony Chin, Allan Fletcher, Christian Fouquet, Andrew Joe, David Lippard, Andre Noel, Charles Peni, Chris Priestley, Niau Ruta, Georgio Vakauta, Dirk Winnie
  New Zealand Oceania Champs (Women) Fiona Brown, Sharon Cannon, Margret Fleck, Anita Fletcher, Jane Gilbert, Barbara Johnston, Laurel Priestley, Bethne Rouse, Aussie Samuel
  Vietnam Pan Pacific Champs Ian Baker, Richard Swaney, Dirk Winnie, Sharon Cannon, Bethne Rouse
2004 Grenoble, France Open World Champs Ian Baker, Allan Fletcher, Christian Fouquet, Richard Swaney
2003 Geneva, Switzerland Open World Champs Seti Mailei, Andrew Mailei, Georgio Vakauta, Allan Fletcher
2002 Grenoble, France Open World Champs Seti Mailei, Andrew Mailei, Georgio Vakauta
  New Caledonia Oceania Champs (men) Gordon Dykes, Neil Dykes, Andy Gilbert, Michael Rocks, Ken Stentiford, Kevin Stentiford
  New Caledonia Oceania Champs (Women) Jane Gilbert, Barbara Johnston, Sue Neilson, Elizabeth Rocks, Marie Stentiford, Claire Wilson
2001 Monaco Open World Champs Louis Mesnage, Chris Priestley, Georgio Vakauta
2000 Portugal Open World Champs Seti Mailei, Andrew Mailei, Leilani Mailei
  Tahiti Oceania Champs (men) Ian Baker, Allan Fletcher, Christian Fouquet, Geoff Greer, Charles Peni, Dirk Winnie
  Tahiti Oceania Champs (Women) Denise Bavidge, Pam Jenkins, Aussie Samuel
1999 Reunion Island Open World Champs Geoff Greer, Denise Bavidge, Murray Porter
1998 Canary Islands Open World Champs Chris Priestley, Jorg Schulze, Louis Mesnage
  Australia Oceania Champs (men) Ian Baker, Allan Fletcher, Andrew Mailei, Louis Mesnage, Tiki Ruta, Jorg Schulze
  Australia Oceania Champs (Women) Lydia Davis, Gwen Hunter, Pam Jenkins, Imelda Mailei, Leilani Mailei, Aussie Samuel
1997 Montpellier, France Open World Champs Jean-Pierre Bedel, Phillippe Bourel, Pam Jenkins, Christian Fouquet, Jean Peni, Niau Ruta
1996 Essen, Germany Open World Champs Clem Boer, Steve Lawry, Laurel Priestley, Jean-Pierre Bedel, Patrick Bon, Gavin Campbell
1995 Brussels, Belgium Open World Champs Mick Sharpe, Christian Fouquet, Cam Calder