Did you know that Ki-o-rahi is a NZ sport?

It is said that Ki-o-rahi as a game has been handed down over the centuries dating back to pre-European times.

It is a game well known among some mainstream places and Maori communities.  It’s played with a round ball (‘ki’) and is a fast-paced game using skills much like touch, netball and rugby union.  Rules may differ depending on what part of the country it’s played in.  Variations may include field size, ripping of tags and number of players.  Generally there are two teams of seven players.  The field is actually circular and divided into parts.  Points are scored by touching the boundary makers (‘pou’) and hitting a centre target (‘tupu’).

This game is growing in popularity in New Zealand.

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