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SCOOP ADVISORY: Scoop's World Cup Supporters Page

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Scoop has launched a new special page to display supporters photographs and news and views on the Rugby for the final days of the World Cup competition.

Through till November 6th Scoop will - unless we get a particularly nice picture of Cate Blanchett in Lambton Quay - publish only All Black and All Black fan pictures on its front page.

However, for this to happen we need the pictures. So far we have three with two on the pahe already.

And so Scoop wants you - and we know you know an All Black fan even if you aren't one yourself - horror, horror - to send us the pictures.

For the avoidance of doubt electoral candidates photographs will be accepted.

Pictures can be either of yourselves made up as All Black fans - you will need to at least be holding a flag - or pictures photographs, paintings of your favourite All Blacks. Pictures can also be accompanied by a short message to the team.

Smaller Scoops are invited to draw us pictures of their favourite All Black heros and submit those. Parents will have to handle the technical aspects.

We would appreciate not receiving files over 1 megabyte and to be eligible submissions must be in JPEG or GIF format and sent by email to editor@scoop.co.nz.

Scoop will endeavour to publish as many of the pictures it receives as possible.

For those stumped by the technical complexities of putting a photo on a computer you will probably find that your local photo shop has a scanner and will scan an image for you for a small fee.



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