Warriors teamed up with official club sponsor npower to invite the Manaia to Sixways to perform the ceremony which involves a series of rituals between two groups before they come together to signify the groups are now one.
The powhiri included a Karanga, Haka powhiri and Mihimihi before the two groups closed in to perform a Hongi - when they press noses.
To conclude the ceremony, Gear and Tuitupou were joined by the Manaia group to perform a Haka on the field.
Watch Rico Gear's and Sam Tuitupou's Sixways Stadium Haka through YouTube.com by CLICKING HERE
• To watch Rico and Sam in action tune into BBC Midlands Today (6.30pm) and ITV Central News (6pm) on Monday evening.
Be coached by the Warrior All Blacks - Rico Gear, Sam Tuitupou and Greg Rawlinson - through Warriors Premier Rugby Academy, supported by npower. Back at Sixways Stadium - January 3rd & 4th - Ages 6 to 16 - Only £50 per person. To book a place on this exclusive camp simply book online by CLICKING HERE or contact the Warriors Community Team.