West Coast v North Otago at the Stadium

Queue for tickets.
Queue for tickets.
Spectators enter the new venue.
Spectators enter the new venue.
Under cover.
Under cover.
Crwds build in the stands.
Crwds build in the stands.
Crwds build in the stands.
Crwds build in the stands.
Beth, twins Marlie and Ruby (21-months), and Kurt Chisholm.
Beth, twins Marlie and Ruby (21-months), and Kurt Chisholm.
Kiera O'Neill [4] of Ranfurly with the Maniototo Highland Pipe Band.
Kiera O'Neill [4] of Ranfurly with the Maniototo Highland Pipe Band.
Kiera O'Neill [4] of Ranfurly with the Maniototo Highland Pipe Band.
Kiera O'Neill [4] of Ranfurly with the Maniototo Highland Pipe Band.
North Otago vs West Coast.
North Otago vs West Coast.
North Otago vs West Coast.
North Otago vs West Coast.
Main stand view.
Main stand view.
West Coast's Sam King passes to fullback Luke Hughes.
West Coast's Sam King passes to fullback Luke Hughes.
Shannon Donald kicks a penalty for West Coast.
Shannon Donald kicks a penalty for West Coast.
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South stand fans.
South stand fans.
North Otago number 14 Whiria Meltzer scores a try while held by West Coast number 14 Shaun McLure.
North Otago number 14 Whiria Meltzer scores a try while held by West Coast number 14 Shaun McLure.
North Otago number 9 Hamish McKenzie is tackled by Nathan Lafeta of West Coast.
North Otago number 9 Hamish McKenzie is tackled by Nathan Lafeta of West Coast.

Forsyth Barr Stadium shifts up a gear as West Coast and North Otago meet for the Meads Cup competition.

Photos by Craig Baxter and Peter McIntosh; prints available from otagoimages.co.nz.

 




 

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