Gifted Lands

Brown, Harko
February 2012
New Zealand Physical Educator;Feb2012, p23
Academic Journal
The article offers information about the influence of traditional Maori game on the tribal people Maori and Pakeha tribes. It mentions that chief executive officer of the Waitangi Sports Ground, New Zealand Andy Larsen founded The Waitangi Bowl (WB) tournament and has been coordinating it since 2009. It reveals the views of one of the Maori elders' that he has been working to install seven four meter high poupou.


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