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Vodafone Warriors lend support to Tokoroa youth camp

Written by Richard Becht

Vodafone Warriors staff are playing a key hand in Taiohi Tū Rangatira, a leadership and rugby league development camp, being run in Tokoroa this weekend.

Vodafone Warriors pathways and development coach Tony Iro is joined by other football staff members Stacey Jones, Moehewa Armstrong and Junior Mautairi along with Warriors NRLW hooker Kanyon Paul.

Also involved is Bay of Plenty CoachForce rugby league development officer Tony Lajpold along with New Zealand Rugby League staff.

Driving the event is Tātai Ora Charitable Trust CEO Sash Stosic.

“Tātai Ora is leading the overall management and delivery of the camp with particular emphasis on the development of youth leadership to support our players’ personal growth both on and off the field; hence the name, Taiohi Tū Rangatira.”

A highlight of the weekend is the inclusion of both boys and girls in the two groups rangitahi (14-17 years old) and tamariki (11-13 years old).

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