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LISA CARRINGTON TRIUMPHS AT 2012 MAORI SPORTS AWARDS
24 WHIRINGA-A-RANGI / NOVEMBER 2012 New Zealand’s first Olympic gold medal winner in women’s sprint...
MAORI SPORTS AWARDS ANNOUNCES 2012 MEDIA FINALISTS
21 WHIRINGA-A-RANGI / NOVEMBER 2012 A sports encyclopedia article on traditional Maori games, a tiny...
TV AND RADIO COVERAGE CONFIRMED FOR 2012 MAORI SPORTS AWARDS
11 WHIRINGA-A-RANGI / NOVEMBER 2012 National Maori radio programme producer, Waatea 603AM, and indigenous channel,...
2012 MAORI SPORTS AWARDS ANNOUNCES WORLD-CLASS FINALISTS
5 WHIRINGA-A-RANGI / NOVEMBER 2012 A total of 22 Olympians, three Paralympians, 10 world champions and...
CALL FOR MAORI SPORTS MEDIA AWARD NOMINATIONS
26 WHIRINGA-A-NUKU / OCTOBER 2012 A media award aimed at encouraging more positive and expert...
PIRI WEEPU SCORES SUPREME AT 2011 MAORI SPORTS AWARDS
9.00 PM SATURDAY DECEMBER 3 2011 Another champion All Black has scored the supreme Alby...
2011 Tamariki Sports & Cultural Day
Rugby World Cup Theme The 2011 Tamariki Sports & Cultural Day was co-hosted at Te...

NOMINATIONS ARE NOW OPEN!

The 32nd Annual Māori Sports Awards will be hosted at Turangawaeae Marae, Ngaruawahia.
Late November or early December 2022, this to be confirmed at a later date.