On 1-2 December, 2017 join us in celebrating our 6th Bi-annual Kāhui Maunga Games at Ruapehu College, Ohakune

Kāhui Maunga Games Kaupapa

‘Celebrating our uniqueness from the mountains to the sea’, captures the essence of the Kāhui Maunga and reminds us of the true meaning of the Games. The Games are underpinned by the following pou/pillars:
    •    Kotahitanga – Unity
    •    Hauoratanga – Health & wellbeing
    •    Whanaungatanga – Kinship

Results 2017

Results – Overall Marae Winner: Paraweka, Hineraukatauri (fair play award): Tirorangi. Individual Sports - Whakataetae Poitūkohu (Mixed Basketball): Mākaranui, Whakataetae Poipātū (squash) first equal: Maungārongo, Ōtoko and Tirorangi, Whakataetae Uka (euchre): Ruaka, Whakataetae Maita (indoor bowls): Paraweka, Whakataetae Poikōpiko (table tennis): Ngātokorua, Whakataetae Poitarawhiti (mixed netball): Paraweka, Whakataetae Poirewa (mixed volleyball): Paraweka, Whakataetae Pā Whutupōro (mixed touch rugby): Tuhi Ariki and Whakataetae Tamariki (rippa rugby) 5 to7-years: first equal Tirorangi and Ngātokorua, 8 to 11-years: Makaranui.

Sports Rules (amended) & Draws Booklet

To download the 2017 Kāhui Maunga Games Sports Rules & Draws Booklet, please click HERE

Information Booklet and Registration Forms

To download the 2017 Kāhui Maunga Games Information Booklet, please click HERE

 

Come, celebrate and participate in our 5th Bi-annual Te Kāhui Maunga Festival at Ruapehu College, Ohakune.
Our kaupapa is to foster and assist the development of health and well-being through sporting and cultural activities mai Te Kāhui Maunga ki Tangaroa.
Promote whanaungatanga and building capability in whānau, hapū and iwi through activities that accommodate tamariki, rangatahi and pāhake.

 

2015 full points results - whakamihi to Mākaranui and Paraweka  who won in a tie for First

Points scored are listed in the following order: Hukaroa - netball, Tuhirangi -touch rugby, Maungakaretu - volleyball, Te Ranga­A-Kauika - basketball, Rongokaupō - table tennis, Hauhungatahi - indoor bowls, Euchre, Ngahau, Aggregate: Whakatau, banner and march pass. Note: a score of 0 points denotes the marae did not compete in this discipline.

First equal Paretetaitonga overall aggregate winners (53 points): Mākaranui - 1, 1, 3, 8, 1, 8, 1, 2, 10, 10, 8 and Paraweka 1, 1, 5, 5, 5, 5, 1, 2, 10, 10 and 8.
Third equal (47 points): Mere Te Aroha - 5, 5, 6, 1, 1, 1, 1, 0, 10, 10, 7 and Ōtoko - 6, 1, 1, 1, 3, 1, 5, 2, 10, 10 and 7.
Fifth (44 points): Tirorangi - 5, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 3, 2, 10, 10 and 9.
Sixth equal (41 points): Maungārongo - 0, 8, 1, 0, 1, 1, 1, 2, 10, 10, 7 and Parikino - 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 3, 1 2, 10, 10 and 10.
Eighth (40 points): Tuhiariki - 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 6, 0, 10, 10 and 8.
Ninth (36 points): Raketapauma - 1, 0, 1, 1, 1, 0, 1, 2, 10, 10 and 9.
Tenth equal (34 points): Waitahupārae - 0, 0, 1, 0, 1, 1, 1, 2, 10, 10, 8 and Ngātokorua - 1, 0, 0, 0, 1, 1, 1, 0, 10, 10 and 10.
Twelfth (20 points) Mangamingi - 0, 0, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 0, 10, 0 and 8.
Thirteenth (11 points): Rānana - 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 0, 10, 0 and 0.

To all who braved the damp weather conditions and took to the fields along with all our volunteers and support staff Ngā Mihi!


 

 

Click on the following link to download Nga Kōrero o nga Taonga o Te Kāhui Maunga Festival FULL Rules Pack, to view the individual codes click the below links for each sport

Basketball

Netball

Table Tennis

Mixed Touch Rugby

Euchre

Volleyball

Indoor Bowls

Tamariki Athletics

Pepe Activities

 

 

Click on the following link to download Nga Kōrero o nga Taonga o Te Kāhui Maunga Festival  Information Pack

Download a Sports Registration​ form HERE

Download a Participant Registration​ form HERE

 

2011 FESTIVAL
Our third bi-annual Te Kahui Maunga Festival was a great success with 14 of our marae participating in this years event.
The whanau and marae support was awesome with an estimated 550-700 people supporting the kaupapa at some stage during the day.
The kaupapa of the festival is to foster and assist the development of health and well-being within Ngati Rangi and the greater Whanganui rohe through sporting and cultural activities.
Promote Whakawhanaungatanga in a whanau, hapu and iwi capacity through these activities which accommodates Tamariki, Rangatahi and Pahake.
We would like to send our thanks and appreciation to all our sponsors and kaimahi who make our event the success it is.
 
Please read the Information packs for more details.
 
“Nau Mai Haere Mai ”

2011 RESULTS 

Indoor Bowls - Singles
3rd: Paraweka
2nd: Mere Te Aroha
1st: Parikino
Indoor Bowls - Pairs
3rd: Waitahuparae
2nd: Tirorangi
1st: Ngatokorua
HAUHUNGATAHI
Winner: Parikino
 

Table Tennis - Women singles
2nd: Paraweka
1st: Tirorangi
Table Tennis - Men singles
2nd: Parikino
1st: Ngatokorua
Table Tennis - Mixed Doubles
2nd: Mote Katoa
1st: Maungarongo
RONGOKAUPO
Winner: Tirorangi
 

Mixed Netball
3rd: Tirorangi
2nd: Paraweka
1st: Makaranui
HUKAROA
Winner: Makaranui
 

Mixed Touch
3rd: Paraweka
2nd: Tuhi Ariki
1st: Parikino
TUHIRANGI
Winner: Parikino
 

Mixed Volleyball
3rd: Raketapauma
2nd: Makaranui
1st: Paraweka
MAUNGAKARETU
Winner: Paraweka
 

Mixed Basketball
3rd: Tuhi Ariki
2nd: Parikino
1st: Makaranui
TE RANGA -  A - KAUIKA
Winner: Makaranui 
 

The aggregate marae winner for 2011
PARETETAITONGA
Winner: Parikino

2009 FESTIVAL

Click on the following link to download Te Kahui Maunga Festival Marae Results

Click on the following link to download Te Kahui Maunga Festival Results

2007 FESTIVAL
Te Kahui Maunga Festival

The inaugural Te Kahui Maunga Festival was held at Ruapehu College on Sat 1 Dec 2007 with over 500 people attending throughout the day.  Uri returned home, travelling from as far away as Northland, Auckland, Whakatane, Hawkes Bay, Whanganui and Wellington.  The participating marae were:

Mere Te Aroha Marae, Kaiwhaiki
Parikino Marae, Parikino
Ruaka Marae, Ranana
Paraweka Marae, Pipiriki
Otoko Marae, Otoko
Marangai Marae, Raetihi
Mangamingi Marae, Raetihi
Maungarongo Marae, Ohakune
Te Rauhamoa Marae, Karioi
Nga Mokai Marae, Karioi
Tirorangi Marae, Karioi
Raketapauma Marae, Irirangi

The festival trophies are taonga Maori that were made by Hemi Tahuparae and Hinepuororangi Winiata with the hope that the taonga be used by the winning marae.

                   

The results were as follows
1. Touch Rugby - Tuhirangi (Taiaha):                Tirorangi
2. Basketball - Te Ranga-a-Kauika (Wahaika):   Mere Te Aroha
3. Table Tennis - Rongokaupo (Kakati):             Paraweka
4. Bowls - Hauhungatahi (Tapora):                    Maungarongo
5. Netball - Hukaroa (Tapora):                          Parikino
6. Overall - Paretetaitonga (Pukaea):                    Tirorangi

 

    Tirorangi vs Raketapauma               Maungarongo, Te Rauhamoa and Ranana                 One of our mokopuna