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Riki Flutey On Stage In Midland Park Tuesday

The Hurricanes brought the game atmosphere into the city yesterday, in the lead up to the last Rebel Sport Super 12 Hurricanes home match against the Brumbies at Westpac Stadium this weekend. Hurricanes squad members Riki Flutey, Neemia Tialata, Joe Ward, Kristian Ormsby and Tane Tu'ipulotu attended, signing autographs and meeting fans during the lunch hour. Riki Flutey showed another talent when he performed an impromptu rendition of "Satisfaction" with the Hurricane in the Park band. The Hurricanes' final home game is a Star Wars Theme Night and will be held at Westpac Stadium on Saturday 30 April at 7.35pm.


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