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Wigansnapper89

Doncaster primary school welcome New Zeland

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Dont know if anyone has shared this but I think its pretty good. Primary school do the Haka for the NZ lads, then the NZ team get up and do it back :)

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It's a brilliant video, it's been popping up on my facebook and twitter feed throughout the day.

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I think it is brilliant as well.  It must have been quite a frightening  / awe inspiring sight for the kids though when the Kiwi's stood up and responded with their Haka.

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I experienced it from less than 10ft away... One of the most awesome things I've ever witnessed (if you watch closely, you'll see a photographer in a green and blue top cross the screen a few times... thats me :D)

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The way Doncaster people and kids has embraced the Kiwis and Cook Islands and the facilities offered shows what a mistake the RL have made in not bringing a match or team base to Doncaster

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The way Doncaster people and kids has embraced the Kiwis and Cook Islands and the facilities offered shows what a mistake the RL have made in not bringing a match or team base to Doncaster

The impromptu 'singsong' led by the Cook Islands players on Monday was outstanding as well. 

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Was a young girl who took part on the Chris Evans show on Radio 2 this morning doing the "The thing I'm doing for the first time today" feature

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She was on there yesterday as well, today was a follow up.

I realised that listening this morning going to work, was in early yesterday so didn't realise in advance that this was happening

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That was marvellous actually got goosebumps watching it..

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After that bloodcurdlingly ferocious performance...

 

 

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...those poor Kiwis will be traumatised! :P 

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yer right Obeone it was mind boggling but the kids performed very well imo well done to them

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I experienced it from less than 10ft away... One of the most awesome things I've ever witnessed (if you watch closely, you'll see a photographer in a green and blue top cross the screen a few times... thats me :D)

 

are you at liberty to tell what primary school it was?

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are you at liberty to tell what primary school it was?

As said above, it was Norton Primary School. Its a fantastic effort from them to say that they learnt it in break times and lunch periods.

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Slightly or dramatically?

Sharper image when the camera is still, but it does wobble around a bit.

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Absolutely brilliant! Definite goosebumps for me. It looked like the Kiwi's didn't plan on returning the gesture until Isaac started it off. They must've been intimidated.

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It's a brilliant video, it's been popping up on my facebook and twitter feed throughout the day.

Made the Yahoo front page today.

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