National Maori Sports Awards 2010 – Finalists Announced

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Due to sporting events on the weekend, Te Tohu Taakaro o Aotearoa has included two more sports people to the 2010 finalists – Maori world champion boxer Daniella Smith who won the vacant IBF world welterweight title in Germany; and coach Stephen Kearney whose team took out the Four Nations rugby league title.

THE ALBIE PRYOR MAORI SPORTS PERSON OF THE YEAR AWARD RONGOMARAEROA

All award recipients and World Champions are in contention for this award

MAORI WORLD CHAMPIONS AWARDS

  • George Thomas (Te Arawa) waka ama
  • Dave Mohi, (Ngati Tuwharetoa, Te Arawa) BMX
  • Cameron Leslie (Ngapuhi) swimming
  • Grant Barriball (Te Atiawa) waka ama
  • Maranga Mai Aotearoa waka ama
  • Luke Thompson (Ngapuhi) tae kwon do
  • Jason Wynyard (Ngati Maniapoto, Ngapuhi) woodchopping
  • Cam Ferguson (Ngati Kahungunu) shearing
  • Sheree Alabaster (Ngapuhi) woolhandling
  • Keryn Herbert (Ngati Maniapoto) woolhandling
  • Atawhai Edwards (Ngati Hikairo) karate
  • Sam Sutton (Te Arawa, Ngati Tuwharetoa) extreme white water kayaking
  • Daniella Smith (Ngapuhi) boxing

SENIOR MAORI SPORTSMAN TE TAMA-?-T?NENUI?RANGI

  • Winston Wiremu Reid (Tainui, Ngapuhi) football
  • Brent Newdick (Tainui) athletics
  • Hosea Gear (Ngati Porou, Te Aitanga-a-Mahaki) rugby

SENIOR MAORI SPORTSWOMAN HINEAHUONE

  • Carla Hohepa (Tainui) rugby
  • Joelle King (Ngati Porou) squash
  • Lisa Carrington (Ngati Porou, Te Aitanga-a-Mahaki) kayaking, surf life saving

JUNIOR MAORI SPORTSMAN TE TAMA-A-RANGINUI

  • Tawera Kerr-Barlow (Tainui) rugby
  • Ben Henry (Ngati Kuri) rugby league
  • Reuben Te Rangi (Ngapuhi) basketball

JUNIOR MAORI SPORTSWOMAN TE TAMAHINE-A-PAPATUANUKU

  • Paige Hourigan (Ngati Tuwharetoa) tennis
  • Dayna Maree Turnbull (Ngai Tahu) basketball, touch
  • Tainui Geneva Webber (Ngati Toa, Ngapuhi) sumo wrestling

DISABLED MAORI SPORTS PERSON TE TOIHUAREWA

  • Cameron Leslie (Ngapuhi) swimming
  • Jayne Parsons (Taranaki) tandem cycling
  • George Thomas (Te Arawa) waka ama

MAORI SPORTS COACH TE MARU O TUMATAUENGA

  • Jamie Joseph (Ngati Maniapoto, Rangitane) rugby
  • Adrienne Morrin (Ngati Ruanui) netball
  • Stephen Kearney (Te Atiawa) rugby league

MAORI SPORTS ADMINISTRATOR MAUI TIKITIKI-A-TARANGA

  • Harko Brown (Ngati Raukawa, Ngati Whatua, Ngai Te Rangi) ki o rahi (Maori ball game)
  • Sharron Te Paa (Ngapuhi) netball
  • Patricia Rangi (Te Atiawa) hockey

MAORI UMPIRE/REFEREE TE ARATIATIA

  • Glen Jackson (Ngai Tahu) rugby
  • Henry Perenara (Ngati Rangitihi) rugby league

MAORI SPORTS TEAM NGA IKA AWHIRO

  • Maori All Blacks rugby
  • Maranga Mai Aotearoa waka ama
  • Aotearoa Maori Womens Sevens sevens rugby

MAORI SPORTS MEDIA AWARD TE REOO TE PARA WHAKAWAI

  • Television: Beneath the Maori Moon Bailey Mackey (Ngati Porou, Ngai Tuhoe), Black Inc Media
  • Print: Winston Reid and Maori Football Derek Fox (Ngati Porou, Ngati Kahungunu), Derek Royal (Ngati Raukawa, Ngati Paoa), Mana Magazine

BEST COMMUNITY INITIATIVE AWARD

  • TBC

SKILLS ACTIVE MAORI SPORTS AWARDS SCHOLARSHIP

  • Tama Toki (Ngapuhi) athletics, law

MIT MAORI SPORTS AWARDS SCHOLARSHIPS

  • Flame-Taaringaroa Ruwhiu (Ngapuhi, Ngati Porou)
  • Iesha Teiho (Ngai Te Rangi, Ngapuhi)

HEREWINI WH?NAU HOCKEY SCHOLARSHIPS

  • Samantha Harrison (Ngapuhi)
  • Dwayne Rowsell (Ngapuhi)

PAT WALSH MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS

COLLEGES

  • TBC

NZ BARBARIAN RUGBY

  • Jarrod McAlister-Poi (Te Atiawa)
  • Destiny Te Aorangi Grace (Ngati Kahungunu)

KITTYHAWKE BOWLS

  • Jacqueline Whitburn (Ngati Tuwharetoa, Te Ati Haunui-a-Paparangi)
  • Monte Pawa (Ngapuhi)

A total of 24 sports: athletics (kaiaka); basketball (poitukohu); BMX; boxing (mekemeke); football (hoka); hockey (hoki); karate (karati); kayaking (koreti); ki o rahi (Maori ball game); netball (netiporo); rugby (whutupaoro); sevens rugby; shearing (katikati); squash (poipatu); sumo wrestling; surf lifesaving (kauhauora); swimming (kaukau); tae kwon do; cycling tandem (paihikara); tennis (tenehi); touch (pa whutupaoro); waka ama (outrigger canoeing); woodchopping; woolhandling (piriho).

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