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Scoop Photos: Wellington Sevens Parade 2014

Scoop Photos: Wellington Sevens Parade 2014

Photos by Lyndon Hood and Jamie Neikrie

The New Zealand round of the HSBC Sevens announced its arrival in Wellington today, with a parade bringing the teams through the streets of the capital, accompanied by music and costumed supporters.

Scoop hit the streets (and leaned out of the window) to catch the action.

See also:
Jamie Neikrie - U.S Sevens Super Bowl event in Wellington


Album Wellington Sevens Parade (from above)


Album: Sevens Parade (from the ground)

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