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Inline Hockey Action at Bay Skate, Napier

Inline hockey is fast, exciting and builds a strong camaraderie among players. It's for boys and girls and is great for staying fit and healthy. Put simply, inline hockey is very similar to ice hockey but without the ice skates, with the ice being replaced by concrete.

Inline Skating & Rollerblades

Inline hockey is played with inline skates, commonly know as 'rollerblades'. All of the equipment is the same as ice-skating with only a few minor differences to the rules. For instance, instead of five players playing at any one time, there are only four in inline hockey. Also, there is no intentional body checking allowed and the layout of the rink is slightly different as well.

The Napier Sharks

Inline hockey has been around in Napier since the mid 90s. The Napier Sharks is the local club and is a part of the lower north island region, which comprises of clubs from Napier, across to Whanganui and down to Wellington. The governing body is Inline Hockey NZ, ( who over-see the administration of the sport across the country.

Inline Hockey at Bay Skate

The Napier Sharks have won national championships and its players have gone on to represent at regional and international levels. Inline hockey was based at the old Marine Parade skating rink for a number of years along with the other roller sport codes up until 2002. From now and into the future, inline hockey will be sure to see a resurgence at Bay Skate.

What's Happening

The Event of the Year - Bay Skate's Bowl Comp!

The Event of the Year - Bay Skate's Bowl Comp!

The 2020 event of the year! Bay Skate's annual Bowl Comp in now locked in for 28 November. Postponed due to the Covid-19 lock down, skaters are pumped to show their mad skills and spectators will be amped to see some airtime.

19 August 2020

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Covid-19 Level 1 Update for Bay Skate

Covid-19 Level 1 Update for Bay Skate

Bay Skate is following the Ministry of Health guidelines for Covid-19 Level 1. We encourage good hygiene such as washing of hands and staying at home if sick. Hand sanitizing is in place on arrival, and recording of contact details.
We are looking forward to seeing you, however please remember, if you’re feeling unwell, please hold off your visit until your symptoms clear to ensure the safety of our community and staff.

12 August 2020

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New DD Airbag lander

New DD Airbag lander

People have been wondering what the ramp next to the box jump was for and this is it... A custom made DD Airbags lander. It is perfect for learning new tricks or just sending it for fun.

9 January 2020

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