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We are a grassroot community led movement that grew out of a desire to grow and develop emerging and future Pacific leaders that have a passion for playing and supporting Kilikiti, a traditional indigenous sport played by our Samoan parents, grand-parents and ancestors through our church and village settings in Samoa and Auckland.  

We believe in the principle: “Kilikiti for the players, by the players” that lead, drive, implement Kilikiti engagement in the Pasifika community across Auckland.

Connecting family, village, church and communities together through sport & culture


Should you wish to join as member of our association, please email through to our contacts on our website. We have a two-tiered membership annual joining fee (subscription) of individuals and teams/organisations. 

  • Individual joining fee per annum $20
  • Team joining fee per annum $150

This gives you priority access to competitions as well as notification of the Kilikiti calendar each season.  We also run skills and fundamentals training for interested individuals and teams in association with Papatoetoe Cricket Club at Kolmar Centre, Papatoetoe.

Welliington Tamatimu

My KiliKiti team is like family. The tournaments always have the best vibes. They are a great day out for both players and spectators. 



For the latest information regarding possible event cancellations or postponement please check the CMKA Facebook page.

There are no upcoming events.

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Malo lava!!! I can’t express how thankful I am to you guys for the massive effort and man hours it took to run this awesome fellowship event. I pray God continues to give you all good health and a prosperous blessing filled season I take my hat off to events organisers -
malo lava le tauata’i male Loto Nu’u xox


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