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The Gisborne Photo News




For the barefoot boys, such as these from Te Hapara and St. Marys, Saturday mornings are the chance to show how much talent there is coming through in Poverty Bay. Some famous names also pop up as these youngsters keep up the family traditions.


Alan Hemmings who scored 7 of Te Haparas 12 tries could have been the most valuable player of the day.


Kelly Crawford with his Dad Tane (former P.B.player). Kelly's Grandfather was a Maori All Black.