Curling at Styx Valley

The great thing about curling is that everyone is equal on the ice, Naseby Curling Council...
The great thing about curling is that everyone is equal on the ice, Naseby Curling Council president Gavan Herlihy says. Photo by Colin Williscroft.
Laura Barrant of Dunedin.
Laura Barrant of Dunedin.
Curlers gather for lunch.
Curlers gather for lunch.
Wayne Francis, of Naseby (rear), and Mark Inder of Naseby.
Wayne Francis, of Naseby (rear), and Mark Inder of Naseby.
Overview of the curling at Styx.
Overview of the curling at Styx.
Overview of the curling at Styx.
Overview of the curling at Styx.
Silhouette of the curling.
Silhouette of the curling.
Murray Nash of Dunedin delivers his stone.
Murray Nash of Dunedin delivers his stone.
Tim Greer of Kyeburn goes past the convenience.
Tim Greer of Kyeburn goes past the convenience.
Kelvin Murphy of Naseby delivers his stone.
Kelvin Murphy of Naseby delivers his stone.
Curlers' accoutrements.
Curlers' accoutrements.
Well-earned break for Wilson Wahrlich of Ranfurly.
Well-earned break for Wilson Wahrlich of Ranfurly.
James Hazlett of Ranfurly and Ian Manson of Dunedin share a joke.
James Hazlett of Ranfurly and Ian Manson of Dunedin share a joke.

Naseby Curling Council President's Crampit at Styx Valley, Central Otago on Friday. Photos by Peter McIntosh; prints available from otagoimages.co.nz.

 

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