The South Waikato Super Sports event is held annually in Tokoroa on the last full weekend in February to raise funds for South Waikato sports people representing New Zealand in international events. The event is a multi-sport 3-day affair where teams of 2 compete to earn the title of South Waikato Super Sports champions in Male, Mixed, Female and Veteran categories. Sporting disciplines include 200m sprint relay, high jump, skating, a duathlon, indoor rowing, outdoor bowls, sawing, archery and target golf.

This year, Blue Pacific Minerals sponsored the Claybird Shooting event. From 12pm until 2pm on Saturday, athletes were directed to 2 traps under the guidance of the clay bird shooting club members where they each attempt to hit 10 clay birds as the bright orange 'birds' emerge - one at a time on the shooter's call - from the trap. Highest team score = 17 out of a possible 20. Lowest team score = 4. Two individuals shot the perfect round of 10.

The South Waikato Super Sports Trust was initiated by a group of local businessmen to raise funds to assist two local athletes attend the Olympics almost 30 years ago. (2016 will be the 30th year of South Waikato Super Sports fundraising.) In 1984, Councillor Mr Bernie O'Sullivan pledged the council's support to contribute funds to the money raised by the Trust. A strong partnership was forged between the District Council and the Trust.

The Trust has continued to raise and in turn grant funds to local sports people competing on the international stage. Blue Pacific Minerals is now part of this high profile community event, providing financial support to South Waikato athletes who have been invited to represent NZ internationally.

Blue Pacific Minerals supports fundraiser for South Waikato athletes