All Blacks sign deal to use Maori dance
Rugby fans can look forward to seeing the All Blacks perform the famous Ka Mate haka before World Cup matches this summer after a landmark deal was struck with a Maori tribe
Te Runanga o Toa Rangatira, the representatives of the Maori tribe Ngati Toa, signed an agreement on March 18 with the New Zealand Rugby Union to allow the team to perform the traditional dance before matches.
Maori chief and war...
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