In a country teeming with rugby-mad whānau, the sport is a way of life for many. A gripping multi-cultural drama with a Māori family at its core, Head High follows the emotional and highly competitive world of secondary school rugby.
New Zealanders became the winners of the World Cup three times. This team is famous not only for successes, but also for its national dance. The new mini-series “Head High” will talk about a team of high school rugby students. Most amateur clubs, after they manage to form the backbone of the team and establish the training process, begin to think about training the younger generation under their auspices. The creation of rugby sections in schools and universities is vital for the development of rugby in the country. Indeed, young rugby players in the future can form more than one team, and possibly grow into professionals.Read more »