Kua puta marika te ihu a te kapa kukume ripene tāne o Aotearoa ki runga i a Ahitereiria i te whakataetae Tāhimana i tū ki Tamaki Makaurau i tēnei rā.
He tuatahitanga tonu tēnei mō Aotearoa i tēnei tākaro.
Ā, e manakonuitia ana mā tēnei toanga ā rātou, whakatairanga ake anō ai tēnei hākinakina.
He toa whakaihuwaka te hua ki te kapa Kukume Rīpene Pango. Kei raro ngā hoariri o tuawhenua rā anō, i tēnei rā, e putu marika ana.
Hei tā Tristan Waipouri - Waikato-Tainui, “Australia is the pinnacle of this game. They're the guys who made this game, and we've just infiltrated from there and presented what we've got.”
He tākaro hei pānuihanga ki ngā pukapuka hītori. Āe marika kua toa matatū mai te kapa wāhanga matua tāne i te whakataetae kukume rīpene whānui i waenga i a Aotearoa me Ahitereiria.
Ko tā Waipouri, “This is the first time ever in a Trans-Tasman in probably the last 8 years that New Zealand has won this. So for us it's a proud moment we just made history today which is unbelievable.”
Hāunga tonu anō te toanga nui o te rā, e rua anō ngā kēmu e toe ana.
Hei tā Daryl Sanft - Kukume Rīpene Tāne Matua, “We've still got goals and the goal is to get that whitewash, and get the remainder of the two games over and done with.”
Ā, he kōemi ururoa tonu nō te kapa o Ahitereira, he manako te wikitōria anō āpōpō e kore ai.”
“Going for the whitewash now, but all respect to Aussie we respect them, because they've been the pinnacle for a long time,” tā Waipouri.
Kia kite hoki mai ai i te mana Māori i tēnei kapa
Ko tā Sanft, “Proves to the Australians that they're not the only champions. They are the World Cup champions from last year, but, what it proves to them in four months time we can come back stronger.”
Āe marika hei te Akuhata e tū mai, tū mai anō ai te ipu kukume rīpene o te ao, mā te kapa Kukume Rīpene Pango tonu e tō!
“If we can stay together, and keep the same core group then we should be fine,” hei tā Sanft.
Mā hea atu i te whakanui i ngā toanga o te wā kāinga i mua i tōna eanga āpōpō?
Ko tā Waipouri, “Yeah, a few cup of teas tonight. I think so, few coffees.
Ā, inā rā hoki te reka o taua kaputī!