Two teams play against each other on a circular field consisting of three highly visable concentric circles, each a minimum of 100mm wide.
- Each sircle constitutes a zone
- The outer zone is ‘Te Ao’ it is 12 metres wide
- The middle zone is ‘Te Roto’ is is 6 metres wide
- The central zone is ‘Te Motu’ – this zone includes the ‘Tupu’ and ‘Pawero’
- The opposing teams are named ‘Kioma’ and ‘Taniwha’
The aim of the Kioma team is to score tries ‘tupu manawa’ while the opposing Taniwha team attempts to score hits ‘tupu wairua’ on the large central target ‘te tupu’. The team which scores the most points, or the team which scores team times ina row wins the game.
Includes 1 x Te Tupu (Drum) and 7 x Nga Pou (Field Posts) and ball. Drum with PVC skirt. Handles for ease of transport on and off field.