Story: Traditional Māori games – ngā tākaro

How to play kī-o-Rahi (2nd of 2)

The increasingly popular team game of kī-o-Rahi is fast-moving and suitable for all ages. Its rules vary from region to region. Here Wiremu Mato of Sport Waitākere explains the rules taught and played by his organisation, which is based in West Auckland.

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Ross Calman, 'Traditional Māori games – ngā tākaro - Suppression and revival', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, (accessed 16 June 2024)

Story by Ross Calman, published 5 Sep 2013