TKKM o Ruamata lays down the wero to Ashburton College. Image credit: YouTube / CelloSport.
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'Who is the best dancer?'- NZ women's hockey team spill the beans
The NZ Women's Hockey team to compete at the Commonwealth Games in England was named on Wednesday. Te Ao Toa quizzed the players to find out who will sing and dance the best.
Māori sporting legend leaves a legacy
The family of Margaret Hiha MNZM, and the wider sporting community, are mourning her death at 86 years of age, leaving a rich sporting legacy in her wake. The former NZ hockey player and coach founded the NZ Māori Hockey Tournament, and was also a NZ Māori tennis champion.
Ngāi Tahu uri awarded for outstanding contribution at Harvard University
Ngāi Tahu descendant Madison Earle has officially become a Harvard graduate, with a degree in Neuroscience, Global Health and Health Policy under her belt.
Tāmaki women take out Māori Hockey Tournament
The annual National Māori Hockey Tournament has been hosted by Te Tairāwhiti in Tūranganui a Kiwa Gisborne for the first time since 1994.
Teamwork sees Waiariki bring home gold
Waiariki Māori Men's Hockey Team has taken out the National Māori Hockey Tournament for the third consecutive year, beating Tāmaki Makaurau in a penalty shoot-out.
Spark’s Black Sticks coverage doesn't bode well for RWC
Worries about Spark’s ability to stream live sport deepened yesterday when their coverage of the Black Sticks’ international hockey double header against Australia was delayed due to 'technical issues'.
New coach announced for Women's Black Sticks team
Former international Graham Shaw has been appointed as the new Black Sticks Women’s Head Coach, following the resignation of Mark Hager.
Narrow losses for both NZ Hockey teams
The Black Sticks men and women have begun their Pro League campaigns with two narrow losses in two very different games against strong Netherlands teams.
NZ Black Sticks Women's coach to attend National Māori hockey tournament
At the National Māori hockey tournament in Rotorua, Black Sticks coach Mark Hager will be in attendance for the finals. Māori Hockey, chairman Kahu Ripia says that this is the first time someone of this stature will attend the finals set to take place tomorrow.