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Maori Sports Awards 2012

Saturday 24 November, TelstraClear Stadium, Tamaki Makaurau

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Lisa Carrington named the overall Maori Sports Person of the Year 2012.
Maori Junior Sportswomen recipient, Kataraina Brown was presented the trophy by former tennis champ, Rewa Harriman & Trevor Maxwell.
Buck Shelford & Maori Sportsman of the Year, Storm Uru.
Radio Ngati Porou, winners of the Maori Sports Media award.
Maori Sports Administrator of the Year was awarded to Mavis Mullins.
Waimarama Taumaunu took home the Maori Sports Coach of the Year award.
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