All Blacks v Wales in Dunedin

People enjoy the revelry  in the Octagon. Photos by Peter McIntosh & Gerard O'Brien.
People enjoy the revelry in the Octagon. Photos by Peter McIntosh & Gerard O'Brien.
The flower of Wales.
The flower of Wales.
Fans show their allegiance to Penygraig, a village in south Wales.
Fans show their allegiance to Penygraig, a village in south Wales.
Rival fans face off.
Rival fans face off.
Rival fans face off.
Rival fans face off.
An All Blacks supporter sends a message to the Welsh.
An All Blacks supporter sends a message to the Welsh.
The crowd in high spirits.
The crowd in high spirits.
Wales captain Sam Warburton shows his frustration.
Wales captain Sam Warburton shows his frustration.
Rival fans face off.
Rival fans face off.
Fullback Israel Dagg celebrates scoring a try as winger Ben Smith approaches to offer...
Fullback Israel Dagg celebrates scoring a try as winger Ben Smith approaches to offer congratulations.
All Blacks supporters from Invercargill (from left) Cain Henry, Jennifer Henry, Ruth Sears,...
All Blacks supporters from Invercargill (from left) Cain Henry, Jennifer Henry, Ruth Sears, Patrick Sears, Phil Dickson and Ellie Dickson show their true colours.
Loose forward Elliot Dixon makes some metres.
Loose forward Elliot Dixon makes some metres.
Replacement loose forward Liam Squire is poised to attack.
Replacement loose forward Liam Squire is poised to attack.
A Wales fans demonstrates a laconic sense of humour.
A Wales fans demonstrates a laconic sense of humour.
Rival fans face off.
Rival fans face off.
A pair of All Blacks devotees.
A pair of All Blacks devotees.

Scenes from the Test in Dunedin on Saturday night.

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