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Friday, 7 September 2018

Ki-O-Rahi Tournament

I had the pleasure of taking this awesome bunch of children to the Uru Manuka Ki-O-Rahi Tournament this afternoon.


This is the second year the tournament has been run, and this year it was held at Gilberthorpes School. The children had a lot of fun playing in the tournament and ensured they were all sport HEROes on and off the field.




Well done everyone involved!

21 comments:

  1. Hey Rimu!
    That looks like so much fun! I wish I could have been there. It's so great the the other schools are carrying on what we started! Did you have any favorite moment or was it all awesome?
    Great job!
    From Hannah

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    1. Hi Hannah.Thank you for commenting on the class blog. I wasn't there because it wasn't the whole class, only people that wanted to go. Again thank you for commenting on our class blog.

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    2. I remember what it was like Abby and Hannah because I went. It was fabulous and my favorite part of it was Reffing one of the games with Jedi and Gracie :)

      Thanks for commenting!
      Mia

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    3. Hey Mia!
      Reffing is (in my oppion) the best part! Did We win any games?
      Thanks!
      From Hannah

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    4. Hi Hannah, I hope your having a great time in where evr you are. This was so much fun , My favoutite part was getting to the coach teh other teams . Kindregards Gracie

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    5. Hi Hannah, Thanks for commenting on the class blog.
      I hope your having a great time with your Mum.
      How to get onto your blog? Kind Regards Teegan

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  2. Hola Rimu class,My name is Faith. I am a student at Waikowhai Primary School. I love how you guys went to a Ki-O-Rahi Tournament. That reminds me of when we played Ki-O-Rahi but we didn't have a Tournament. I think next time you could maybe say who all went there or if there were a lot of kids but that was still cool how the lay out was. If you would like to check out my blog here's the link, https://wpsfaithc.blogspot.com/

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    1. Hi Faith.Thank you for commenting on our class blog.It wasn't the whole class, only people that wanted to go and I didn't really want to go, but I still really like the game. Again thank you for commenting on our class blog

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    2. Hi Faith! I'm Mia one of the students in Rimu class, I'll tell you who went. There was Hornby primary, Gilberthorpes, and I think south hornby and us.

      Thanks for the comment!
      Mia

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    3. Hey there Faith, My name is Parwin and I am one of the students from Rimu Class. Thank you so much for commenting on our blog! I know how it feels when we went to the Kio Rahi Tournament because I went to and it was fun but also challenging because some of the teams were pretty hard. Even though you didn't win a tournament, you would probably win one next time you have one!


      Thanks again for commenting on our blog,
      Parwin

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  4. hi Rimu class,My name is peter. I am a student at Waikowhai Primary School. I love how you guys went to a Ki-O-Rahi Tournament. That reminds me of when we played Ki-O-Rahi but we didn't have a Tournament. I think next time you could maybe say who all went there or if there were a lot of kids but that was still cool how the lay out was. If you would like to check out my blog here's the link,

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    1. Hi peter.Thank you for commenting on the class blog. I wasn't there because it wasn't the whole class, only people that wanted to go and I like the game but I didn't want to go. Did you enjoy your game? Again thank you for commenting on our class blog

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  5. Hi my name Is Qais and I am from Waikowhai Primary School. I really like the way you have said so much about your blog and I really understand what you guys were doing. It reminded of once when we were playing Ki-O-Rahi with Coach Puty. Next time you could add a video of what you were playing.
    If you would like to see my blog go to
    wpsqaiso.blogspot.com

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  6. Hi Rimu class. My name is Hilal and I am a student in Waikowhai Primary school. I really liked how guys played ki-o-rahi Tournament. It reminds me of when I played ki-o-rahi. When I played in my school we didn't do a Tournament. If you would like to see my blog it is http://wpshilalc.blogspot.com/

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    1. Hi Hilal i'm Eben from yaldhurst model school
      I wasn't in the photo because was if you choose to thank you for commenting on our blog.

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  7. Hi Rimu Class!
    My name is Sam and I am from Hauraki in Waikowhai Primary School.
    KI-O-Rahi is one of my favorite games!
    Last we had Ki-O-Rahi last term it was so much fun
    You guys look like you are having so much fun, Maybe next time add a bit more information.
    Please feel free to check out my blog at...
    https://wpssamuelh.blogspot.co.nz/
    Bye thanks

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    1. Ki-Ora I'm Kade from Yaldhurst Model School
      Thanks Sam for the comment. Ki-O-Rahi is one of my favorite games too!

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  8. Hey there Sam, my name is Parwin and I am one of the studdents from Rimu Class. Thank you so
    for commenting on our blog! Yes, we had lot's of fun even thoughwe did lose some games but we
    still had lot's of fun! If you are in the Uru Manuka Cluster then maybe you could be coming to the same
    tornemnt as us!


    Thanks again for commenting on our blog,
    Parwin

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  9. Hi my name is Shanaya from kawakawa primary school I love how you guys are so independant.

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  10. Hi my name is Oshen from Kawakawa primary school, i like the way you put up photos on your post. I also love how you told us how your guys day was.

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