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Upper Hutt Leader : October 5th 2011
54 UPPER HUTT LEADER, OCTOBER 5, 2011 UPPER HUTT 53 Main St, Upper Hutt Ph 528 4808 Fax 528 1440 www.radiuspharmacy.co.nz Proud sponsor of THE YOUNG ONES HOURS: 8am-8pm Mon-Fri • 9am-6pm Sat/Sun & Public Holidays OPEN EVERYDAY Except Christmas Day & New Years Day In the swing:A lei-wearing batter, Jessica Knight, tries for a kirabati boundary. Clean slate: 'English' goal keeper Corey Denham is all concentration. Boots 'n' all: Jonny Higham plans his gumboot throw. Lining up: MacKenzie Howard, left, and Liam McIlwrick, ready to show their Gaelic football kicking skills. At toe: Chene Wium, left, in Japan colours (there was no sumo on the day though!) tries a bit of football dribbling. ARugby World Cup- influenced international sports day at Plateau School fits the Young Ones' bill this week. Thursday came with the best of weather for an event where each class chose a country and adopted'' its national colours and sport, which they both contested and demonstrated. After that, the classes rotated to have a go at the other sports that were on offer. Featured sports included foot- ball, kiribati (Samoan cricket), Gaelic football, and caber tossing -- or in this case, the more appro- priate gumboot tossing. Photos: COLIN WILLIAMS
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