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Maori Sports Awards 2012

Saturday 24 November, TelstraClear Stadium, Tamaki Makaurau

All images are copyright of Uma Broadcasting Ltd.

LisaCarrington
Lisa Carrington named the overall Maori Sports Person of the Year 2012.
KatarainaBrown
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.
RadioNgatiPorou
Radio Ngati Porou, winners of the Maori Sports Media award.
MavisMullins
Maori Sports Administrator of the Year was awarded to Mavis Mullins.
WaiTaumaunu
Waimarama Taumaunu took home the Maori Sports Coach of the Year award.
WakaAma
Waka Ama world champs: Aotearoa Whakaaorangi.
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1 Shane Jones | Te hekenga mai i tana tuuranga mahi
Ka whakamarama mai a Shane i oona nekenekehanga mahi inaianei me aana takahitanga hou
2 Te Kani Kingi | Alfred Ngaro me oona whakawhiu
Anei te whakahoki korero a Te Kani Kingi e paa ana ki ngaa koorero whakaweti a Alfred Ngaro mema paremata o te roopuu Nahinara
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4 Kelvin Davis | Nga take torangapu o te wa
Ka korero a Kelvin mo ngaa tino take kei te pae korero i teenei wa i te paati reipa
5 Tio Sewell | Mate whakamomori
He mate nui teenei, ka whakapuakina mai e Tio i onaa ake whakaaro mo teenei take
6 Ken Eruera | Haakinakina
Nga take haakinakina katoa i roto i ngaa rangi tata nei kua hipa
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