Tainui Waka and Waitaha Regional Kapa Haka Competitions
April 11, 2018
Moea te poi, moea te taiaha! Tānerore rāua ko Hinerēhia ka whakaekea ngā atamira ki te rohe o Tainui, o Waitaha hei te Rāhoroi 14 o Paengawhāwhā. Tēnei te mihi atu a Te Wānanga o Raukawa ki ā mātou ākonga, kaiāwhina, kaimahi ka tū ki roto i ngā kapa haka pakeke kia whai tūranga mō Te Matatini 2019. Kua okea ururoatia i roto i ngā marama, kaihaka mai, kaitātaki mai, kaitito mai, kaitautoko mai, ā, ko te whakaari i te whakapaunga werawera hei tērā wiki. Wai ka hua, wai ka tohu?
Best of luck to all of the kapa haka entering the Tainui and Waitaha regionals on Saturday, 14 April. Mauriora!
Advancing to Te Matatini 2019 from Tainui Waka:
5th - Ngā Pua o Te Kōwhara
4th - Ngaa Pou o Taniwharau
3rd - Te Iti Kahurangi
2nd - Mōtai Tangata Rau
1st - Te Pou o Mangatāwhiri
Advancing to Te Matatini 2019 from Waitaha rohe:
3rd - Te Ahikaaroa
2nd - Te Poutūmārō
1st - Ngā Manu a Tāne
Hei Te Matatini 2019 tū tū ai te puehu!
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