Royal rippa rugby at the stadium

Prince William presents the IRB World Trophy to McCaw while watched by NZ Rugby chief executive...
Prince William presents the IRB World Trophy to McCaw while watched by NZ Rugby chief executive Steve Tew and the Duchess of Cambridge.
Henry Craig (7) of Clutha Rippa Rugby team holds the Rippa Rugby Trophy while watched from left...
Henry Craig (7) of Clutha Rippa Rugby team holds the Rippa Rugby Trophy while watched from left Steve Tew, NZ chief executive, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Prince William and Catherine with All Black Richie McCaw.
Prince William celebrates a try from his Rippa Rugby team while watched by McCaw.
Prince William celebrates a try from his Rippa Rugby team while watched by McCaw.
McCaw, Duke and Duchess, Steve Tew.
McCaw, Duke and Duchess, Steve Tew.
Catherine second from the left celebrates with the Pirates team.
Catherine second from the left celebrates with the Pirates team.
William meets rugby sevens player DJ Forbes and All Black Ben Smith, watched by Sophie Newbold ...
William meets rugby sevens player DJ Forbes and All Black Ben Smith, watched by Sophie Newbold left and Brayden Marr, both of Dunedin.
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The crowd at Forsyth Barr Stadium.
The crowd at Forsyth Barr Stadium.
McCaw, the Duchess and Ben Smith with Rippa Rugby players.
McCaw, the Duchess and Ben Smith with Rippa Rugby players.
Henry Craig, Balclutha Rippa Rugby team captain, is swamped by media after meeting the Duke and...
Henry Craig, Balclutha Rippa Rugby team captain, is swamped by media after meeting the Duke and Duchess.
Balclutha Rippa Rugby team.
Balclutha Rippa Rugby team.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attend a rippa rugby event at Forsyth Barr Stadium

Read the story: What a right Rippa Royal day
Photos by Peter McIntosh and Gregor Richardson; prints available from otagoimages.co.nz

 

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