Topic: Māori Sports Awards

2013 Māori Sports Awards winners list

updated By Te Kāea
  • Auckland

The 2013 National Māori Sports Awards winners are:

MĀUI TIKITIKI-Ā-TARANGA – Māori Sports Administrator of the Year:
Raelene Castle (Ngāpuhi) of Belmore, New South Wales, Australia – Netball, Rugby League 

TE TOIHUAREWA – Disabled Māori Sports Person of the Year:
Cameron Leslie (Ngāpuhi) of Whangārei – Swimming, Wheelchair Rugby 

TE ARATIATIA – Māori Sports Umpire/Referee of the Year:
Glen Warrick Jackson (Ngāi Tahu) of Tauranga – Rugby

NGĀ IKA Ā WHIRO – Māori Sports Team of the Year:
Māori All Blacks

TE MARU Ō TŪMATAUENGA – Māori Sports Coach of the Year:
Sean Horan (Ngāi Tahu) of Tauranga – Sevens 

Māori Sports Media Award - Te Kāea, Māori Television

TE TAMAHINE-Ā-PAPATŪĀNUKU – Junior Māori Sportswoman of the Year:
Tyla Nathan-Wong (Ngāpuhi) of Blockhouse Bay, Auckland – Sevens, Touch

TE TAMA-Ā-RANGINUI – Junior Māori Sportsman of the Year:
Joe Edwards (Te Whakatōhea, Ngāti Tūwharetoa) of Pakuranga, Auckland – Rugby 

HINEAHUONE – Senior Māori Sportswoman of the Year:
Lisa Carrington (Te Aitanga-a-Māhaki) of Ōhope, Bay of Plenty – Canoeing

TE TAMA-Ā-TANENUIĀRANGI – Senior Māori Sportsman of the Year:
Jason Wynyard (Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāpuhi, Tainui) of Waitākere, Auckland – Woodchopping 
 

This year's Supreme Award, the Albie Pryor Memorial went to:  Lisa Carrington