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Maori Sports Awards 2012

Saturday 24 November, TelstraClear Stadium, Tamaki Makaurau

All images are copyright of Uma Broadcasting Ltd.

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