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Who’s The Fire Starter? – Tonga’s Ikale Tahi 2011

Entertainment, Events, Sports 08 Sep 2011   »   by TheWhatItDo
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It’s going down!!! The Mate Ma’a Tonga Movement is goin International with Tonga’s Rugby Team Ikale Tahi fans across the world rockin Red and White for their favorite team as they kick off the 2011 Rugby World Cup playing against the New Zealand All Blacks. “Mate ma’a Tonga” literally means, giving your life for Tonga and in this case, the FAN’s are going to battle alongside their team! Known as the underdog in this match, fans of Ikale Tahi (Sea Eagle) ain’t trippin and are reppin for Tonga regardless! With over 4,000 fans welcoming them to NZ to Tongan Flag fever in the US, Tongans have been feelin the heat for the island home team and are ready! Check Out how the WhatitDo is bringin the fiya!

-Written By: RAEN


  • Mei Ikahihifo

     i like to wishing there ika le tahi there best today i hope every thing going well there i am so proung off u guys go tonga and go ikale tahi otua mo tonga ko hoku tofia 

  • Alanimaka

    love it

  • MS_POLIANA

    GO IKALE TAHI GO

    OUA TOE TUKU HA IVI.., SIUUUUHUU

  • M’Etu PaLe’

    Hyphe Movement Goin Down Right Now in the Bay Area for Ikale Tahi!!!=+)

  • Mei Ikahihifo

     i am proud of there ikale tahi for there hard work  face all black see how they play last nite it hard but  i see love them and giving them there best dont giving up

  • The Ikale Tahi performed well and the tournament is still young. It should be good to see them make an impact during the RWC 2011.

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  • Alanimaka

    love it

  • MS_POLIANA

    GO IKALE TAHI GO

    OUA TOE TUKU HA IVI.., SIUUUUHUU

  • M’Etu PaLe’

    Hyphe Movement Goin Down Right Now in the Bay Area for Ikale Tahi!!!=+)

  • Mei Ikahihifo

     i am proud of there ikale tahi for there hard work  face all black see how they play last nite it hard but  i see love them and giving them there best dont giving up

  • The Ikale Tahi performed well and the tournament is still young. It should be good to see them make an impact during the RWC 2011.

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