These siblings from the Campbelltown Eagles showed us their incredible Haka.

East Campbelltown Eagles junior rugby league player Sonny Edwards-Moeke has shot to television fame after a sensational performance of the Maori ancestral war cry The Haka on Channel 9’s The Footy Show.

The Ex Canterbury, Penrith and Queensland State of Origin player Darryl Brohman was interviewing East Campbelltown Eagles under-9s division one side for his ‘Small Talk’ segment when he asked for a performance of The Haka ahead of Friday’s Test match.

Sonny, of Glen Alpine, who was featured performing The Haka on the NRL season launch advertisement as a Warriors fan on a train, was happy to step up to the challenge again, supported by his sister and team mascot Lara, 6.

East Campbelltown Eagles secretary Tammy Draper said the team was buzzing. “They loved it,” she said.Mother of Sonny and Lara, Tui Edwards-Moake, said she was proud of her children. “I had an overwhelming sense of pride , they are both so passionate about their heritage,’’she said. “Sonny said it was the best day of his life because he got to share it with his teammates.’’


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