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Stateside With Rosalea: What Can I Say?

Stateside With Rosalea Barker

What Can I Say?

So what if the only technical rugby terms I know are "whip" and "arse"? They're all anyone needed to do a commentary for the Barclay's Churchill Cup match on Wednesday evening at Santa Clara University, down in the Silicon Valley. I will spare you the commentary, but here are some pix.

Listen To The NZ Maori Deal Out A Good Whipping In California
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The sunny evening brought out a large crowd. General admission seats cost $25 and seating between the 22 yard lines was $35.


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Not sure where exactly the game was televised, but there were all the usual camera placements for a rugby match.


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The USA team is known as the Eagles, hence the touch flags. The NZ Maori are getting ready for the haka.


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Some of the NZMaori team have a bit of a jog while the game's going on down the other end of the field.


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Not so much a walkover as a runover, really.


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There was plenty of local Kiwi pride in the stadium.


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My camera makes this look a whole lot darker than it was, but here's a rare glimpse of the Eagles down the business end of the field in the second half.

For news about the Barclay's Churchill Cup and links to where you can watch the video, go to http://www.barclayschurchillcuprugby.com/

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