Kua eke panuku ngā kaitākaro pā whutupōro o Aotearoa i ngā papa tākaro i te kāinga, i te ao anō hoki. E kaha ana ngā tīma pā whutupōro Māori ki te eke ki ngā taumata i ngā whakataetae ā-motu me ngā whakataetae o te ao, ka mutu, he maha ngā kaitākaro kua whakawhiwhia ki ngā tohu e whakanui ana i ō rātou pūkenga me tō rātou manawanui ki tēnei hākinakina.
Ko tētahi o ngā whakatutukinga autaia tonu nei a ngā kaitākaro pā whutupōro Māori ko tō rātou kaha ki te toa i te whakataetae Kapu o te Ao. He maha ngā whakataetae Kapu o te Ao kua toa i ngā tīma Māori, ā, nō te tau 2019 i riro ai i te tīma tāne me te wahine te tohu whakaihuwaka.
Kua whai wāhi matua anō ngā kaitākaro Māori ki tēnei hākinakina mā roto i tā rātou ārahi, me tā rātou hāpai i te pā whutupōro. He tokomaha ngā kaitākaro Māori kua tū hei kaiako, hei kaiwawao, hei kaiwhakahaere anō hoki e tupu ai tēnei tākaro, e noho ai hei kēmu mā te katoa, ahakoa nō hea. Ka whakapau kaha rātou ki te whakatairanga i te hākinakina nei i waenga i ngā hapori Māori, ā, ki te akiaki hoki i ngā rangatahi ki te aro ki te pā whutupōro.
Ka kitea whānuitia te wāhi nui o ngā kaitākaro pā whutupōro Māori ki tēnei tākaro i Aotearoa, ka mutu, he tohu ēnei whakawhiwhinga nō ō rātou pūkenga me tō rātou manawanui ki tēnei kēmu.
Māori in Touch
Māori touch players have made significant accomplishments in touch rugby in New Zealand, both on domestic and international fields. Māori touch rugby teams have consistently performed well in national and international competitions, with many players earning individual awards and accolades for their skill and dedication to the sport.
One of the most notable accomplishments of Māori touch rugby players is their success at the Touch World Cup. Māori teams have won multiple Touch World Cup titles, with their most recent victory coming in 2019 when the Māori mixed team took home the championship trophy.
Māori touch rugby players have also made significant contributions to the sport through their leadership and advocacy. Many Māori players have become coaches, referees, and administrators, helping to grow the sport and make it more inclusive and welcoming to players from all backgrounds. They have worked to promote the sport among Māori communities and to encourage young people to get involved in touch rugby.
Overall, Maori touch rugby players have had a profound impact on the sport in New Zealand, and their accomplishments are a testament to their skill, dedication, and commitment to the game.