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Martin Bogado participated in a haka held in New Zealand

Martin Bogado participated in a haka held in New Zealand

At the weekend Highlanders faced Mona Pacifica in Tonga. There the missionary was part of a regular dance ritual throughout Oceania.

Last Saturday Mountain people of New ZealandThe group of which the missionary is a part Martin BogadoHe faced Mona pacifica from Tonga Super Rugby Pacific. The former Centro de Casadores player became famous for participating in the tournament HakkaA dance style of Maori culture, so performed All blacks.

“It was the first time I had to do that before a game; We chatted with the creator at the start of the preseason Hakka of Mountain people We can understand the reason for every gesture and word and that helped me to understand him Hakka” said Bogato.

Furthermore, he added: “I’ve always enjoyed watching the haka on TV, it’s one of my favourites, and to be able to do it today is incredible.”.

He also valued experiences in exotic countries like Tonga. “It was great to go to a country with two colleagues and friends like Folau and Sola. Understanding their culture and participating in the first Super Rugby match are moments that will stay with me forever.“, he pointed out.

Finally, the missionary analyzed his game moment this season. “Maybe I didn’t start the way I wanted to, but it was focusing on improving my physique and skills, how to get the most out of every training session. Today I’m back in the team so I want to take every opportunity I get.”, he revealed.

With information from A plena Rugby.

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