Let’s hear it for the Black Caps

Invercargill’s Nick Meulenbroek left no doubt about his allegiances.
Invercargill’s Nick Meulenbroek left no doubt about his allegiances.
Black Cap Will Young got plenty of attention from young fans at the University Oval.
Black Cap Will Young got plenty of attention from young fans at the University Oval.
Rory O’Sullivan (left) and James Ravenscroft, both of Auckland, were all smiles as the Black Caps...
Rory O’Sullivan (left) and James Ravenscroft, both of Auckland, were all smiles as the Black Caps smashed Bangladesh.
Myloh (9) and Sandra O’Donnell, of Alexandra, enjoy the match.
Myloh (9) and Sandra O’Donnell, of Alexandra, enjoy the match.
A sizeable crowd — 5475 — turned out for a day of international cricket at the University Oval.
A sizeable crowd — 5475 — turned out for a day of international cricket at the University Oval.
Cheering on her team is Lucy McHutchon (14), of Heriot.
Cheering on her team is Lucy McHutchon (14), of Heriot.

Cricket fans packed into Dunedin’s University of Otago Oval on Saturday to watch the Black Caps take on Bangladesh.

Photographer Gregor Richardson captured the action.

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