HYPERZINE! Wants You!

win!win! CONGRATULATIONS to Chandra Osborne of Wanganui City College for her fantastic reader's contribution.

She has won one of our limited edition Go 4 It drink bottles! Check out her winning article: Chandra Osborne's all girls rugby team!

Below is a form for you to type in any stories you might have, any questions on parts of the site, any exciting bits of information that you think we might want to know about, or just say hello!
The stories or articles that you write about might be in the next issue of Hyperzine, and you will be a HYPERZINE reporter!
readers submissions
Before you check out what this month's competition is all about, have a read of the readers' submissions that we have published this month. You never know, one of them could be yours!


competition
For this month's Hyperzine competition, the word is simplicity. All we want you to do is answer three (mostly) easy questions, plus a tie-breaker, then make sure we have your name and e-mail address and you'll be in the running to win some cool Hyperzine prizes (read this issue of Hyperzine for clues)!

These prizes aren't available anywhere else, so have a go!

To enter - fill out the boxes below with your name, school, and email address, and type in your answers.

your name:
your school:
your email:

Question 1: What is the correct name given to the ball used in the Irish team sport of hurling?

Question 2: Craig Lawn was the highest-placed New Zealander in the recent mountain bike World Cup race held in Wellington. What place did he come?

Question 3: The small white ball that players bowl at in the game of bowls is called the cue-ball. True or false?

OK, now to the tie-breaker: If you had to be stranded on a desert island with one New Zealand sports personality, who would it be, and why?

Submit your entries and good luck!

go to next page! you could win a cool GO 4 IT sports drinks bottle - we've got 10 bottles to give away each month for the next 5 months.

Conditions of entry - Yes, there are some rules: 1) This competition is open to New Zealand school students. 2) Winners will be informed by e-mail. 3) The winners will be selected each month by the Hillary Commission.4) Incomplete entries cannot be judged. 5) Competition restarts at the beginning of each month. GOOD LUCK!

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