An Auckland based mixed Ki o Rahi Module run indoors at Allen Brewster Recreation Centre, Friday night games starting Friday 4th August and running for 8 weeks.
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Rangatahi Tu Rangatira in Wellington are running a Ki o Rahi competition alongside a leadership development wananga. The event is called Te Rā O Te Raukura. More details below:
When: Sunday 29th Jan
Where: Te Whiti Park
Time 10am - 2pm
Kaupapa: Arohanui ki te Tangata ...
Tākaro o te rā: Kī o Rahi
Put together a Whānau Team 8 a side Kī o Rahi.
Also we will wānanga to develop our Rangatahi Kāhui Roopū for 2017.
They will be involved in an active group of Champions, Role Modelling and planning this years events i.e Matariki, Koroneihana, Waka Ama, Ngā Taonga Tākaro etc and also hui about Whaia te oranga kai (Healthy Eating for Tamariki, Rangatahi and what that space looks like.
Get in touch with Rangatahi Tū Rangatira to enter a team and we will PM you or Tag who would be interested in being one of our Rangatahi Champions
The aim of this event is to engage urban Maori in sport, to celebrate Maori participation in sport, to celebrate Iwitanga, and to use this event as a tool to assist in the development of Maori communities.
It’s time to settle whanau rivalries with the legendary Iwi of Origin. Represent your iwi in many sports including Ki o Rahi!
Or, just come along on the day to tautoko iwi-hard at the biggest Māori sports event in Auckland.
This is a smoke free and alcohol free event.
For more information visit He Oranga Poutama.
To register visit the Ki o Rahi Entry Page.
The 2016 Northland Secondary School's Regional Ki o Rahi Tournament will be held at Lindvart Park, Kaikohe on Friday 16th September 2016.
The tournament is open to Year 9 - 13 students and there are two grades - Competitive (for teams looking to qualify for the 2017 Ki o Rahi Nationals) and Participation.
If you would like more information on the competition including costs, rules and registration information the please visit the Sport Northland website.
The 2016 Wellington Secondary School Regionals will be held at Aotea College, Porirua on Wednesday 14th September 2016.
There are three grades for this tournament - mixed, boys and girls.
This tournament is a qualifier for the 2017 Ki o Rahi Nationals being held in Auckland.
You're not too late to enter.
If you would like more information and/or entry forms please contact Mel.Haerewa@oratoa.co.nz or Jeff Chapman Ch@aotea.school.nz
The 2016 Auckland Secondary School Regionals will be held at Sir Barry Curtis Park, Flatbush on Tuesday 13th September 2016.
There are two grades for this tournament - a junior grade (Year 9 & 10) as well as a senior grade.
By playing in the senior tournament and doing well you can qualify for the 2017 Ki o Rahi Nationals being held in Auckland.
If you would like more information and/or entry forms please go to College Sport Auckland .
Come and celebrate the 150th year of the Kiingitanga by playing one of the games Princess Te Puea encouraged us to get back to playing.
Ki o Rahi games are played on the Saturday 20th August at Patterson Park, Ngaaruaawahia.
There are two grades - Whaanau Grade (which includes Iwi, Hapuu & Marae) as well as a Secondary Schools grade.
The competition is fierce but also a lot of fun so get registered and/or come along to check out some quality games.
The 2016 Ki o Rahi Manawatu Regional Secondary Schools Tournament will be held from the 29th - 30th June 2016 (Venue to be confirmed)
This tournament will be a qualifier for the National Tournament being held in Auckland in 2017.
For more information please visit R2R
Postponed from Tuesday 31st May to Thursday 2nd June 2016
Year 5 - 8 Students from primary schools and intermediates from around South Auckland will gather together at the Kolmar Sports Centre in Papatoetoe for the annual Counties Manukau Primary Ki o Rahi Tournament.
Come along and check out some of the young guns on Tuesday 31st May 2016.