Highlanders players clean up graffiti

The wall. Photo by Doug McSweeney
The wall. Photo by Doug McSweeney
The team talk. Photo by Doug McSweeney
The team talk. Photo by Doug McSweeney
Getting ready. Photo by Doug McSweeney
Getting ready. Photo by Doug McSweeney
The cleaning team in action. Photo by Doug McSweeney
The cleaning team in action. Photo by Doug McSweeney
A debrief. Photo by Doug McSweeney
A debrief. Photo by Doug McSweeney
Hanging with the fans. Photo by Doug McSweeney
Hanging with the fans. Photo by Doug McSweeney
Hanging with the fans. Photo by Doug McSweeney
Hanging with the fans. Photo by Doug McSweeney
A clean wall. Photo by Doug McSweeney
A clean wall. Photo by Doug McSweeney
Job done. Photo by Doug McSweeney
Job done. Photo by Doug McSweeney
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238798_highlanders_20graffiti_64741_flv_50cae2d763.jpg

Members of the Highlanders rugby team cleaned graffiti from a motorway retaining wall in Caversham yesterday as part of a community project involving Delta and Keep Dunedin Beautiful.

The rugby players spent about an hour painting over graffiti then entertained Carisbrook School pupils, who collected signatures on their clothes and rugby balls.

A sausage sizzle was provided by Delta for the children.

 

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