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Sweet success: Te Wharekura o Arowhenua hold their trophy after winning the senior mixed grade at the Ki O Rahi tournament.
Photo: LOUISE BERWICK 627 392 561
Haka celebrates winning games
By LOUISE BERWICK
A day of traditional Maori games
was capped off by an arousing haka
by Te Wharekura o Arowhenua.
The haka, which echoed out over
the silent crowd, was performed
after the school won the senior
mixed grade at the Ki O Rahi
tournament in Invercargill.
Nearly 300 year 5 to year 10
students took to the field to
compete in a game once played by
their maori ancestors on the battle
field during World War II.
The sport, similar to rippa rugby,
encompasses the main skills from
touch, rugby, football and netball.
The event was a first for Southland
but Sport Southland's Shontelle Ms
Dixon hoped it would become an
''I'm happy as, to see them out
there enjoying it.''
Want to see the New Zealand
Symphony Orchestra, with former
All Black captain Anton Oliver in a
narrating role, in Invercargill?
We have four double tickets to
give away for the October 19 show
Send all your details, including full
name and contact information to:
Entries close on Monday,
Invercargill fans of the New
Zealand Symphony Orchestra are
in for a treat.
The orchestra will perform Tall
Tales and Tangos at the Civic
Theatre on Saturday, October 19,
It will be a performance with a
difference, a rugby one at that.
Former All Black captain and now
arts connoisseur Anton Oliver will
pack down with the orchestra,
narrating the classic Peter and the
Wolf story, which introduced
millions of children to classical
Oliver will tell the story of how
Peter, together with his animal
friends, out-smart the devious wolf.
And if you book before January 14
you will get cheaper tickets.
Find out about NZSO concert
tickets by calling: 0800 47 9674.
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