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J4K student selected in the NZSS Girls U15 Team

Congratulations to Amy Simmers who was selected in the New Zealand Secondary School Girls Football under 15 representative team that travelled to Sydney, Australia from the 8th to 14th July 2018. The team played three games against NSW Academy age group teams. Amy is part of the J4K development players in Taranaki and continues to impress on Read more

All Girls Academy

Having recently ran a 6 week block for females only in Cambridge, i am now looking to make it a regular feature. Once all details are finalised on dates and times then this information will feature here, however in the meantime should any female be requiring information on anything GK related, then please feel free Read more


Having previously mentioned about J4K participant Emily Hanrahan playing in this years U17 World Cup in Costa Rica it came as a complete surprise when Emily returned from said duty for New Zealand and presented me with one of here World Cup shirts as a thank you for getting her there! It seems we have Read more

J4K to be represented at U17 World Cup in Costa Rica

  As it has been stated before but without authority J4K NZ can now proudly announce that one of its female keepers, Emily Hanrahan has been selected for the NZ U17 team to compete at this years U17 WC in Costa Rica. She goes with everyone’s best wishes and she will proudly display the J4K Read more

J4K NZ goes International

Next week see’s Emily Hanrahan who has been under the tutelage of J4K NZ for the last 4 years represent her country in the USA for a four team tournament against the host country as well as Japan and China. Whilst other keepers like to wear the Nike, Adidas, Reusch, Uhlsport etc Emily just keeps Read more

All Girls Academy coming soon

Starting in February is a new concept for J4K NZ with its introduction of an All Female GK Academy in Cambridge. With more and more female participation for coaching of the position required it would be the most sensible approach to help the young female keepers of the Waikato grow. J4K NZ have recently had Read more