Worlds Biggest "OZ Haka" Party

The Wallabies have their first New Zealander as rugby coach and their first 2008 win against Ireland under their belts. Rugby fans are seeking an “OZ Haka” that will tremble the universe and other competing teams as they go into combat for the World challenge of having the most numbers participate in the World “OZ Haka” book of records. Once the challenge is completed the books of records will be donated to a World Rugby Museum.

The “Oz Haka” challenge is proposed to begin at Biloela, Queensland Mid May 2009, then move to Townsville, Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, New Zealand, South Africa, America and finish in London.

There is $AU20.00 fee to participate and enter your name in this World challenge book of records. All participants will receive a Certificate of Participation and same will be returned to your registered address or collected at various booths. All who pay the registration fee could also be lucky to win prizes as the challenge progresses. Be the lucky one to win a ticket to the next Rugby World Cup grand final.

Ka mate! Ka mate! Ka ora! Ka ora!

I die! I die! I live! I live!

Ka mate! Ka mate! Ka ora! Ka ora!

I die! I die! I live! I live!

Tenei te tangata puhuru huru

This is the hairy man

Nana nei i tiki mai

Who fetched the Sun

Whakawhiti te ra

And caused it to shine again

A upa ... ne! ka upa ... ne!

One upward step! Another upward step!

A upane kaupane whiti te ra!

An upward step, another.. the Sun shines !!!

Hi !!!

"Many ANZAC soldiers did end up playing Rugby and other sporting feats for their ANZAC Nations"

All profit from this World challenge will help children rise above the negatives of anti social behavior by selecting an appropriate sport.

Register with “OZ Haka” P.O. Box 7072, Mannering Park NSW 2259 Australia….go to OUR FORM PAGE

“Support from Government and Corporate sponsors are invited”

May tomorrow’s children be the winners,

Clarence P Ormsby JP
World Patron for
Mobile: +61 (0) 447 448 637


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