Games finale

What a wonderful fortnight we’ve just had.

Our love of sport brought us together, and our love of fun and fellowship made it magical.

We salute all who competed, and all who helped in support roles as officials and volunteers.

Cook Islands News thanks our advertisers, and our readers, for giving us a good reason to tell the stories and bring you the pictures, as a record of the achievements and the moments that made the 2009 Pacific Mini Games such an epic event.

Ka kite and kia manuia. - Cook Islands News


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Te Karere - Today's Sports

The 8th Pacific Mini Games have come to an end

After twelve days of competition, sportsmanship and friendship the 2009 Cook Islands mini games have ended.  We'll see you all in New Caledonia in 2011 and Wallis and Futuna in 2013.
Aere ra and kia manuia.