Ki-O-Rahi Brief Overview
This is a brief overview of how to play the widely renouned ancient Maori sport of Ki-o-Rahi. For a more in-depth view of Ki-O-Rahi, Sport Waitakare holds a 25 minute in-depth DVD that you can source from us.
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Ki-O-Rahi | Traditional Maori Game on Trans World Sport
Ki-O-Rahi contains elements similar to those found in Rugby Union, Australian Rules, Touch Rugby and Handball. Two teams of seven compete on a circular field which is divided into zones. Points are scored by touching the pou, or boundary markers, and by hitting a central target known as the tupu. Ki-O-Rahi has been passed down the generations and is bound up in Maori legend, or purakau.
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Ki-O-Rahi Instructional Video - Part 1
Ki O Rahi
Ki O Rahi school tournament, Invercargill, June 2013
Ki O Rahi Nonoke - Nats
A short clip from the Ki O Rahi Nonoke (Full contact) Nationals grand final between Whanganui and Te Arawa.
Ki-O-Rahi Training Session.AVI
Ki-O-Rahi Training Session with Harko Brown 15 Mei 2010
The Legend Of Rahi
A comic book adaption of the story of Rahitutakahina and his wife Te Arakurapakewai
Ki-O-Rahi Instructional Video - Part 2
ki o rahi on hoiho.wmv
Ki-o-Rahi, we've seen it on TV, played it on foot and now is the time to showcase it on hoiho (horses). Held at the HEHA Rugby World Cup Ki-o-Rahi Event on Tuesday 4 October 2011 at Rawene School.
ki o Rahi 101
Ki o Rahi nonoke rules. Visit to learn more.
Ki o Rahi - Push Play TV.mpg
Ki-O-Rahi (Māori Rugby)
Ki-O-Rahi is a traditional Māori ball game - an ancient game that was a forerunner to Rugby as we now know it. Ki-O-Rahi will be featured at several REAL New Zealand Festival events - Learn more about the history of this sport in this short video.
ki o rahi legend
Playing Ki o Rahi at the Te Arawa Pride games
TE ARAWA PRIDE is a three year SPARC active community project delivered by Te Papa Tākaro o Te Arawa to reengage and re-culture Te Arawa in collective iwi development through mediums of sport, recreation and traditional physical activity.
Ki O Rahi
Ki O rahi, ashs
Ki o Rahi Taipa welcomes Small Blacks tv.
Taipa Area School welcomed channel two Small Blacks tv, at the begining of March 2010
2018 Yr 7&8 Lower North Ki-o-Rahi Event
Promoting Fun and Whanaungatanga through Sport
Northland Secondary Schools Ki-o-Rahi Tournament
Taipa Area School vs Northland College