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Upper Hutt Leader : November 16th 2011
62 UPPER HUTT LEADER, NOVEMBER 16, 2011 SPORT A right royal welcome for CJ Upper Hutt honoured its most popular and famous son and World Cup winning All Black Cory Jane, in enthusiastic style on Saturday. Here's our review by camera. Photos: COLIN WILLIAMS Working the crowd: An adult fan is about to have his rugby ball signed as the parade makes its way along Main St. Best view: Cory Jane's wife Amie in the back of the parade truck with her pretty-in-pink daughter Prisseis, seven months, and two-year old niece Bella on her knee. Sign of the time: And with an all black heart, too. The waiting game: An icecream helps pass the time for this young supporter who was in place early for the parade. Forehead Five: Amelia Harris, 10, Alyssa Tolley, 10, and Sidney Bitossi, 11, from Birchville School in Argentine Rippa jerseys with Amber Jackson, 10, and, in front, Angelo Bitossi, 8, in Rimutaka club colours. Watching on: Upper Hutt's war memorial statue stands tall over the parade crowd at the city council building.
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