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  1. Video for NZ Secondary School Touch Highlights
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    NZ Secondary School Touch Highlights

    48 teams competed at the National Secondary School competition at Bruce Pullman Park in Papakura on the weekend. Across three grades 16 teams from the far South through to Whangarei Boys in the North participated. Hamilton Boys high school took out the boy’s grade, after a hard fought battle with Rotorua Boys High school 8 tries to 7. In the mixed grade Whanganui came out on top with a convincing win over Paeroa College.

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    Whanganui High School hold onto touch national title

    Whanganui High School have clinched the mixed grade title again at this year's Secondary School Touch National Championships held over the weekend in Auckland.  Whanganui gave an outstanding performance with a four-point win over Paeroa College.

  3. Video for Hamilton Girls' High School wins NZ Touch tournament
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    Hamilton Girls' High School wins NZ Touch tournament

    48 high schools from around country took part in the New Zealand secondary school touch nationals held in Papakura over the weekend. Hamilton Girls' High School and first-time finalist Columba College from Dunedin went head to head in the girl's finals.

  4. Video for Indigenous Tag - Aotearoa play Lebanon in final
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    Indigenous Tag- Aotearoa play Lebanon in final

    Indigenous teams from across the globe converged at Takanini's Bruce Pulman Park over the weekend for the Oceania Indigenous Invitational Cup. In the Open men’s grand finale, New Zealand Invitational went up against Lebanon.

  5. Video for Elite Touch the new breeding ground for NZ's best touch players.
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    Elite Touch the new breeding ground for NZ's best touch players.

    A new touch competition aiming to grow and promote the sport of touch in NZ, today elite touch teams from across the North Island converged at Auckland's Gallaher Park for the three week inaugural Elite Touch competition.

  6. Video for Budget 2016 - Māori dominated sporting codes lose out
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    Budget 2016- Māori dominated sporting codes lose out

    Māori-dominated sporting codes are probably the biggest loser in today’s budget. Minister for Sport and Recreation​ Sports Minister, Jonathan Coleman earmarked $16 million for high-performance sport, with the aim of boosting New Zealand's performance at the Olympics in 2020.

  7. Video for Whitiaua Black's road to redemption
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    Whitiaua Black's road to redemption

    Ngāi Tūhoe's Whitiaua Black is the youngest player ever to gain New Zealand Touch Open Men's honours. His fame on the field in recent years was second to none. However, his glittering rise to stardom took a dramatic turn to his biggest opponent yet - drugs.

  8. Video for Auckland takes out Open Mixed Final at National Touch Championships
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    Auckland takes out Open Mixed Final at National Touch Championships

    The National Touch Championships kicked off in Christchurch this weekend with Auckland and Horowhenua battling it out in the Open Mixed Finals to find this year’s champs.

  9. Video for Australian-Māori teams use Tag Nationals to connect home
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    Australian-Māori teams use Tag Nationals to connect home

    An Australian tag football team has made their way in to the New Zealand Tag Football Federation Nationals this year. It's been a huge journey for the side, full of More australian MMāori players who have made the journey home.

  10. Video for Rotorua hosts touch tournament developing young NZ players
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    Rotorua hosts touch tournament developing young NZ players

    Touch is a growing sport and this year Touch NZ says there's more than 84,000 players around the country. Today Te Kāea headed to a development competition for the Upper North Island in Rotorua targeting kids who hope to one day represent New Zealand.

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