The Local Legends Judging Criteria & FAQs

The ANZ Local Legends will be selected by a panel of judges who consider the following.

  1. Information provided: Your nomination must clearly outline what difference your Local Legend has made to you, your team, school, club or community and explain why they are a worthy recipient. Providing as much detail as possible will help the judges assess the merit of your nomination.

    We also encourage you to describe what grant would be most useful or appreciated by your Local Legend, this could be something to help them continue to support your netball community.

  2. Impact: The judges are looking for nominations where the grant that is awarded to the Local Legend will have a lasting impact or legacy within a community, school or team or to an individual or player. Making the effort to tell their story and explain why you need ANZ’s help, demonstrates your enthusiasm and commitment to making it happen.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Who can nominate?

A: If you are under 16 you must confirm that you have your parents/guardians consent to nominate, and you must reside in New Zealand.

Q: How do I nominate?

A: To submit your nomination complete the nomination form at anzcourtside.co.nz.

Q: Does my nomination need to be netball related?

A: Yes.

Q: How do you select the winners? How will we know if we have been successful?

A: The ANZ Local Legends will be selected by a panel of judges, and there will be 1 winner for each ANZ Premiership region.

Q: Can I nominate more than one person?

A: Yes you can.

Q: What information should I provide? How do I increase the chances of my nomination being selected?

A: The judges want to know how your nominee has made a difference to your netball community and why we should recognise their work. The more information and examples of their impact will increase their chances.

Q: How will I know my nomination was received?

A: You will receive an automatic email to confirm your application has been successfully submitted.

Q: Will I be notified if my nomination isn’t successful?

A: No, you will only be notified if your nomination is successful.

Q: Who can I contact if I have questions about the nomination process?

A: If you have any further questions, please contact us here

 


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ANZ ‘NETBALL GRANTS’ TERMS & CONDITIONS 2021

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Eligibility and How to Enter

  1. The ANZ “Netball Grant Promotion” (the “Promotion”) commences at 9.00am on 06 April 2021 with the last day for submitting applications being Friday 03 September 2021 (the “Promotion Period”).
  2. Entry is open to any person who is aged 16 years or over on 01 January 2021 and residing in New Zealand (a “Participant”).
  3. Participants agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions.
  4. The Promotion provides an opportunity for players, club members, school staff members, students or netball fans to apply to ANZ for a grant of netball equipment and/or items to support the enjoyment and development of netball.
  5. To make an application, Participants must complete the online application form available through the ANZ Courtside website (anzcourtside.co.nz). Applications must include a statement of less than 500 words setting out the reason for and merits of the application.
  6. Applications are limited to one application per team.
  7. False, repeated, misleading or inappropriate applications will be disqualified and may also affect the validity of other applications lodged by or on behalf of related individuals, teams, groups or clubs. In addition, the following entries shall be deemed invalid:
    1. incomprehensible or incomplete entries;
    2. any entries that infringe the intellectual property right of third parties or that are plagiarised; or
    3. any entries that do not comply with these Terms and Conditions.
  8. All entries become the property of ANZ once submitted.

The Application Process

  1. A panel of judges appointed by ANZ will review all applications that are eligible for consideration under these Terms and Conditions from time to time, throughout the Promotion Period. The judges will assess the merits of each application in their discretion and will ultimately determine any successful applications, in whole or in part. Any grants awarded will be at the discretion of the panel of judges and ANZ.
  2. ANZ reserves the right to change these Terms and Conditions, as well as the nature, period, scope and any details or elements of the Promotion or cancel the Promotion at any time, by giving notice to the Participants via email or through published information on the ANZ Courtside website.
  3. The names of grant recipients (and successful Participants) may be published on the ANZ Courtside website and may remain published until such time as ANZ elects to remove them.
  4. Participants that have been awarded a grant will be contacted by ANZ via the contact details provided in the application form. In the event that ANZ is unable to contact a successful Participant after three attempts, that Participant will forfeit the grant and the judges will select another successful application in their place.
  5. ANZ’s decision and the decision of the judges is final on all matters relating the Promotion including applications, whether and the extent to which any grants are awarded, the successful Participants and how and when grants are delivered. No correspondence will be entered into.
  6. In the event that a successful application is later altered or, in the opinion of ANZ, unnecessary in any way, ANZ reserves the right to reassess that grant, seek further assurances or amend the grant in its absolute discretion.
  7. Grants are not transferrable or exchangeable or redeemable for cash except as determined by ANZ.

Privacy

  1. The successful Participants (and/or representatives from the recipient) may also be required to attend a presentation ceremony and agree to any print, TV or social media or promotion personnel covering the Promotion to photograph, interview and report on the Promotion accordingly, as ANZ in its discretion determines reasonable. By claiming a grant, Participants agree to ANZ making use of their name(s) and/or photographs for publicity purposes as determined by ANZ.
  2. Other than as set out above in relation to publishing names of successful Participants and recipients, personal information received from Participants will be held securely by ANZ and used only in relation to the administration of the Promotion (which may include disclosure to agents of ANZ for the purpose of administering the Promotion).
  3. Participants have the right to access and may change or update personal details, such as change of email address or change of application details by visiting the “Contact Us” section of the ANZ Courtside website (www.anzcourtside.co.nz) or emailing ANZ Courtside on info@anzcourtside.co.nz

Liability

  1. ANZ and its related bodies corporate shall not be liable for any loss damage or injury suffered or sustained (including but not limited to direct or consequential loss or loss arising from negligence) arising directly out of or in connection with the Promotion, the taking of any grant, or any act or omission of ANZ or its associated agencies, except for any liability which cannot be excluded by law.
  2. Without limiting the foregoing, ANZ assumes no responsibility for, and Participants release ANZ from, any loss, claim, damage or injury to person or property if, for any reason beyond ANZ’s reasonable control (e.g. due to computer viruses, tampering, unauthorised intervention, fraud, technical failures etc.), this Promotion is not able to be conducted as planned and/or ANZ’s administration, security, fairness or integrity are corrupted or affected. Further, in such circumstances, ANZ may modify or suspend the Promotion and/or invalidate any applications of any individual in any way involved in interfering or tampering with the conduct of the Promotion or abusing the communication system upon which the Promotion is being conducted.
  3. Where third parties supply goods or services, ANZ does not warrant the quality of those goods and/or services or the suitability for a particular circumstance. To the extent permitted by law, ANZ excludes liability for any loss suffered as a result of the use of those goods and/or services.
  4. ANZ assumes no responsibility for any failure to receive an application, including as a direct or indirect result of a technical problem or any kind or internet malfunction. Applications are deemed to have been received at the time of receipt of transmission into the ANZ Courtside website database, not the time of transmission by the applicant.
  5. These Terms and Conditions are to be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of New Zealand.

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ANZ ‘LOCAL LEGENDS’ TERMS & CONDITIONS 2021

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Eligibility and How to Enter

  1. The ANZ “Local Legends” (the “Promotion”) commences at 9.00am on 12 April 2021 with the last day for submitting nominations being Monday 03 May 2021 (the “Promotion Period”).
  2. Participation in the Promotion is open to all New Zealand residents aged 16 and over on 01 January 2021 (a “Participant”). Any Participant aged under 16 on 01 January 2021 must obtain the consent of their parent or guardian to participate. Participants agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions.
  3. The Promotion provides an opportunity for players, club members, school staff members, students or netball fans to nominate their Local Legend to ANZ for a grant up to a value of $15,000 that will enable the Local Legend to continue to support their netball communities, and the Local Legend will win a prize of $1,000 for themselves.
  4. To make a nomination, Participants must complete the online nomination form available through the ANZ Courtside website (anzcourtside.co.nz). Nominations must include a statement of less than 500 words setting out the reason for and merits of the nomination.
  5. False, repeated, misleading or inappropriate nominations will be disqualified and may also affect the validity of other nominations lodged by or on behalf of related individuals, teams, groups or clubs. In addition, the following entries shall be deemed invalid:
    1. incomprehensible or incomplete entries;
    2. any entries that infringe the intellectual property right of third parties or that are plagiarised; or
    3. any entries that do not comply with these Terms and Conditions.
  6. All entries become the property of ANZ once submitted.

The Nomination and Judging Process

  1. A panel of judges appointed by ANZ will review all nominations that are eligible for consideration under these Terms and Conditions, once the Promotion Period has closed. The judges will assess the merits of each nomination in their discretion and will ultimately determine one winner for each ANZ Premiership region (a total of six winners).
  2. Participants who have submitted a successful nomination will be contacted and requested to ask the nominee to contact ANZ directly if they wish to accept the grant and prize. In the event that ANZ is unable to contact a successful Participant after three attempts, or the nominee fails to contact ANZ within 14 daysor declines the grant and prize, that Participant and nominee will forfeit the grant and prize and the judges will select another Participant and nominee in their place.
  3. Once a nominee has confirmed to ANZ that they wish to accept the grant and prize, the winners’ names and clubs will be published on anzcourtside.co.nz.
  4. Any grants and prizes awarded will be at the discretion of the panel of judges and ANZ.
  5. ANZ reserves the right to change these Terms and Conditions, as well as the nature, period, scope and any details or elements of the Promotion or cancel the Promotion at any time, by giving notice to the Participants via email or through published information on the ANZ Courtside website.
  6. The names of the winning Local Legends will be published on the ANZ Courtside website and may remain published until such time as ANZ elects to remove them.
  7. ANZ’s decision and the decision of the judges is final on all matters relating the Promotion including applications, whether and the extent to which any grants or prizes are awarded, the successful nominations and how and when grants or prizes are delivered. No correspondence will be entered into.
  8. In the event that a successful nomination is later altered or, in the opinion of ANZ, unnecessary or incorrect in any way, ANZ reserves the right to reassess that grant or prize, seek further assurances or amend the grant or prize in its absolute discretion.
  9. Grants are not transferrable or exchangeable or redeemable for cash except as determined by ANZ.

Privacy

  1. The successful Local Legend (and/or representatives from the Participant) may also be required to attend a presentation ceremony and agree to any print, TV or social media or promotion personnel covering the Promotion to photograph, interview and report on the Promotion accordingly, as ANZ in its discretion determines reasonable. By claiming a grant or prize, Participants and nominated Local Legends agree to ANZ making use of their name(s) and/or photographs for publicity purposes as determined by ANZ. Agreement to this shall entitle ANZ to unrestricted use of the images and video footage and rights to distribute, exhibit, license and use the material in any manner whatsoever.
  2. Other than as set out above in relation to publishing names of the successful Local Legend, personal information received from Participants will be held securely by ANZ and will be used for the purposes of administering the Promotion (which may include disclosure to agents of ANZ for the purpose of administering the Promotion).
  3. Participants have the right to access and may change or update personal details, such as change of email address or change of application details by visiting the “Contact Us” section of the ANZ Courtside website (www.anzcourtside.co.nz ) or emailing ANZ Courtside on info@anzcourtside.co.nz

Liability

  1. ANZ and its related bodies corporate shall not be liable for any loss damage or injury suffered or sustained (including but not limited to direct or consequential loss or loss arising from negligence) arising directly out of or in connection with the Promotion, the taking of any grant or prize, or any act or omission of ANZ or its associated agencies, except for any liability which cannot be excluded by law.
  2. Without limiting the foregoing, ANZ assumes no responsibility for, and Participants release ANZ from, any loss, claim, damage or injury to person or property if, for any reason beyond ANZ’s reasonable control (e.g. due to computer viruses, tampering, unauthorised intervention, fraud, technical failures etc.), this Promotion is not able to be conducted as planned and/or ANZ’s administration, security, fairness or integrity are corrupted or affected. Further, in such circumstances, ANZ may modify or suspend the Promotion and/or invalidate any applications of any individual in any way involved in interfering or tampering with the conduct of the Promotion or abusing the communication system upon which the Promotion is being conducted.
  3. Where third parties supply goods or services, ANZ does not warrant the quality of those goods and/or services or the suitability for a particular circumstance. To the extent permitted by law, ANZ excludes liability for any loss suffered as a result of the use of those goods and/or services.
  4. ANZ assumes no responsibility for any failure to receive a nomination, including as a direct or indirect result of a technical problem or any kind or internet malfunction. Nominations are deemed to have been received at the time of receipt of transmission into the ANZ Courtside website database, not the time of transmission by the Participant.
  5. These Terms and Conditions are to be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of New Zealand.

ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited.