Our partners and funders contribute to the life of the club and help keep things ticking over. Many of our projects, for example modern LED lighting for the squash courts, have been completed with the inclusion of partner funding. And in some cases the principals of partner businesses are long time club members who just want to help the club out more. So we encourage all of our members and their friends and associates to touch base with our partners for a no-obligation chat.



In 1934, the Barfoot brothers were joined by Maurice Thompson and in 1940 the business became “Barfoot & Thompson” as we know it today.  From those small beginnings in Newmarket, we quickly grew to become Auckland’s market leader. Over 95 years we’ve remained steadfastly family owned. The current Directors – Peter Thompson, Stephen Barfoot and Kiri Barfoot – are the grandsons and the granddaughter of the original owners. Over the decades, the company has continued to grow, despite fluctuating market cycles, economic downturns, war times, changes in government regulations and more. Throughout our history, the families have maintained their integrity to make the company a success story and iconic New Zealand brand. To find out more … Barfoot & Thompson Mount Eden and Barfoot & Thompson Epsom


Club member Ian Brookie has experience in both a large Auckland law firm and has been a Crown Solicitor. Ian has prosecuted a wide array of cases and jury trials on behalf of the Crown, the Police and other Government entities in both the District and High Courts. In 2013, Ian joined the independent bar and helped establish Sentinel Chambers in central Auckland to cover a broad range of legal expertise. As a barrister, Ian acts for defendants in hearings, jury trials and appeals to the highest level. No case is too big or too small; Ian has the skills to help. To find out more CLICK HERE





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With many years’ of experience, Primesure Brokers are your local insurance professionals. Our business is built on the drive to take care of your insurance needs, providing you with complete 360 risk solutions.





Established in 1998, NZCT is New Zealand’s largest gaming trust with 16% of market share. We are proud of the contribution we make to local communities.

Established in 1998, NZCT is New Zealand’s largest gaming trust with 16% of market share. We are proud of the contribution we make to local communities.

NZCT has offices in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch, as well as staff located in Taranaki, Hawke’s Bay and Bay of Plenty.


Foundation North holds in trust for the Auckland and Northland communities an endowment, or putea, of over a billion dollars. This comes from the sale of the community’s shares in what was previously the Auckland Savings Bank. That endowment allows us to make millions of dollars in grants each year to not-for-profit groups in Auckland and Northland

The Lion Foundation is one of New Zealand’s oldest and most respected Charitable Trusts.  Since 1988 we have returned over $850 million back to the community, supporting thousands of good causes all around New Zealand


Pub Charity

Pub Charity Limited distributes donations to worthy community organisations all over New Zealand through the funds raised in gaming machines hosted in our member hotels and taverns.

We first began raising donations funds for New Zealand communities in 1987. That’s 30 years of excellent partnerships with our venues, 30 years of great entertainment for our players and 30 years supporting communities all over New Zealand.


Auckland Council

Auckland Council runs a rates rebate scheme which supports clubs and similar organisations.


BlueSky Community Trust Limited is a non-profit company that operates gaming machines to raise funds for the community.  BlueSky makes grants for education, community cultural and arts and festivals, public amenities, sports facilities, amateur sport and other charitable and non-commercial purposes that are beneficial to the community.