The Southern Region Inaugural Sport Stacking Tournament was held at Coronation Hall, Maori Hill, Dunedin on Saturday (28 May) with some national records broken. 

The tournament saw competitors ranging from age 8-47 from both the North and South Islands (including some of our national team, the NZ Black Stacks) to compete in 6 events (3 individual, 2 doubles, 1 relay).


The Overall Winners were:

1st Caleb Arthur (Marton)
2nd Ben Flighty (Feilding)
3rd William McLachlan (Dunedin)


The Overall Winners (New Stackers) were:

1st Joshua Devereux-Kilpatrick (Dunedin)
2nd Harry Devereux (Dunedin)
3rd Joel Potter (Auckland)

Full results can be seen on the WSSA website: Tournament Results.

All photos from the tournament can be found on our Facebook page.




The  Tournament Flyer can be downloaded HERE.

The Southern Region Inaugural Sport Stacking Tournament will be held in DUNEDIN on Saturday, 28 May 2016 at Maori Hill School, 9 Passmore Crescent. Registrations can be done online, click HERE to register. There is no registration fee for parents who are only competing in the Child/Parent Doubles event.

Competitors will be competing for the title of the Southern Region Inaugural Sport Stacking Tournament Champion. The age of competitors ranges from 3 to 60+. Also competing will be some of our current and past national team members, the NZ Black Stacks, some of whom will have recently returned from the World Sport Stacking Championships in Germany held at the beginning of April.

Sport stacking is an exciting individual and team sport where participants stack and unstack 12 specially designed plastic cups in a pre-determined sequence. Great for focus, concentration and left right brain activity.