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    Hawke's Bay adaptive waka ama team to represent NZ

    A Hawke’s Bay based waka ama team hopes to come out on top in the upcoming world championship in the Gold Coast, Australia.

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    NZ Under 20 Rugby squad named for Oceania tournament

    The New Zealand Under 20 Rugby squad to travel to the Gold Coast, Australia this month for the Oceania Under 20 tournament, has been named.  

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    96 Secondary schools to vie for Waka Ama national title

    More than 1530 paddlers from 96 schools are set to battle it out at the 2016 Te Wānanga o Aotearoa National Secondary School Waka Ama Championships this week.

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    Kiwi Tag Blacks create history beating Australia

    The New Zealand Open Mens Tag Football team have today made history by sweeping their Australian counterparts at the New Zealand Tag Football International Trans-Tasman Series in Auckland.

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    Black Adapts leave disabilities at the dock

    One waka ama squad is breaking the mould and overcoming disability to represent their country. The New Zealand Adapative Squad or the Black Adapts as they like to be called, have their sights set firmly on the world champs.

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    Kenny-Dowall gives NRL star’s Kangaroo dream the “cold shoulder”

    International player eligibility is once again in the spotlight, and it’s Tainui league star, Shaun Kenny-Dowall leading the charge.

  7. Video for Whawhai, Series 1 Episode 40
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    Whawhai, Series 1 Episode 40

    A groundbreaking series that brings together the fighting styles of boxing, kickboxing and MMA in one show.

  8. Video for Native Affairs – Concussion
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    Native Affairs – Concussion

    Jordan Kemp was 17-years-old when he collapsed on a rugby field. Jordan collided with a player.  It was the second concussion he'd suffered that season and it would be the last time his rugby family would see him alive.

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    Whānau commitment key to young Kalani's sporting success

    Whānau commitment and dedication is the key to young Kalani Savage’s success. With just three years playing experience, 10-year-old Kalani has gone from strength to strength both physically and mentally.

  10. Video for Bowls becoming popular with youth
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    Bowls becoming popular with youth

    An invitation-only event, the sixth Heartland Bank National Bowls Open Championships has grown in reputation not only with the elderly but with youth too.

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