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Three generations of the May family travelled to Dunedin from Timaru and Oamaru to watch Otago beat Wellington in the HRV Cup final yesterday.
Blue May, a former Dunedin resident, donned a blue flower lei alongside his son Brendon, whose rugby shirt was at least an Otago one.
A curly blonde wig completed Brendon's ensemble, although his son - 17-year-old Tarris - was more comfortable in plain clothes.
Tarris' cousin Harry May (12), meanwhile, looked the part by wearing a viking hat, blue wig and blue and yellow feather boa.
He said the only female member of the group had distanced herself from them.
''She's hiding in a tree!''The Mays were part of a capacity
crowd of 3230 spectators who provided plenty of cheer.
Couples lounged on grass banks, friends shared picnics and a few rowdy fans soothed their raw vocal cords with cool beverages.
As parents watched the professionals, children played their own cricket in front of a row of Portaloos, next to a sausage sizzle and hot-dog truck.
Their tiny wooden bats and plastic wickets were later autographed by victorious Volts players.