Stars of the future

Zepplin Wylie-Strachan (7), of Taieri, is too quick for the Green Island defence.
Zepplin Wylie-Strachan (7), of Taieri, is too quick for the Green Island defence.
The Green Island year 6 team.
The Green Island year 6 team.
Lachie Shaw (10), of Green Island, is tackled by Pirates defender Archie Rhodes (10).
Lachie Shaw (10), of Green Island, is tackled by Pirates defender Archie Rhodes (10).
Kaikorai year 6 pupil Stacey Karawana (9) scores a try watched by Angus Shaw (10), of Taieri.
Kaikorai year 6 pupil Stacey Karawana (9) scores a try watched by Angus Shaw (10), of Taieri.
Pirates players (from left) MacKenzie Scott, Dinera Jordan, Tawhiri Fowler, Kahu Russell and...
Pirates players (from left) MacKenzie Scott, Dinera Jordan, Tawhiri Fowler, Kahu Russell and Annabelle Stewart (all 10).
Supporters cheer on the players.
Supporters cheer on the players.

It was all action at the Taieri sevens tournament at Peter Johnstone Park yesterday.

More than 75 primary and intermediate teams from all round Otago and afar competed with only one brief shower affecting the day.

ODT photographer Peter McIntosh captured the action.

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