Nau mai, haere mai ki te Kī-o-Rahi o Te Kāreti Tamatāne o Te Whanganui-a-Tara
Kī-o-Rahi is a traditional Māori game based on the purākau of Rahitutakahina and the rescue of his wife Tiarakurapakewai, played with a small round ball called a kī. Two teams of eight players, kaioma and taniwha, play on a circular field divided into zones, and score points by touching the pou (boundary markers) and hitting a central tupu, or target. The game is played for 4 quarters, generally 6 minutes long, and teams alternate roles of kīoma and taniwha each quarter. You can see a video of Kī-o-Rahi being played here.
Senior - Term 3. Training from week 4/5 for the CSW Regional Tournament
Junior - Term 4. Muster at the end of Term 3 for training for the first half of Term 4. CSW Regional Competition on the 7th of November.
We run both Senior Boys' and Junior Boys' teams in the CSW Championships and join together with WGC to play in the mixed competition.
Cost: $15 per tournament with potential $10 travel costs for the Juniors.