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Okara Park
25 August 2011, 3:56 PM

Okara Park is a multi-purpose stadium in Whangarei, New Zealand. It is currently used mostly for rugby union matches and is the home stadium of Northland Rugby Union. The stadium is able to hold 30 000 people and was built in 1965. The park has recently had a $16m redevelpoment with the new grandstand known as the Northland Events Centre being built. The new development has turned Okara Park into a multi-purpose Northland sports hub

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Rugby Park Stadium
25 August 2011, 3:52 PM

Rugby Park Stadium is a rugby union venue and home ground for ITM Cup team Southland. Rugby Park Stadium is located on the corner of Elles Road and Tweed Street in Invercargill. It has a capacity of 20 000, although in former incarnations has accommodated up to 30,000 in the 1960s before the facility was further developed with seating over the proceeding decades. Temporary seating was added in 2010 for the 2010 ITM Cup, this allowed a crowd of over 18 000 to attend the first major defence of the Ranfurly Shield against Otago on August 7. The stadium was built on the site of Invercargill’s former rugby venue, Homestead Stadium. In 2000, the city of Invercargill announced plans to replace Homestead Stadium with backing from the ILT and Community Trust of Southland.

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Trafalgar Park
25 August 2011, 3:46 PM

Trafalgar Park is a large sports ground within the heart of the city of Nelson, in New Zealand’s South Island. The stadium now has a capacity of 20 080, following upgrades completed for the 2011 Rugby World Cup. It takes its name from the Battle of Trafalgar. It is one of the home grounds for Air New Zealand NPC rugby team Tasman. The other is Lansdowne Park, Blenheim. Trafalgar Park is also used by the Central Districts Cricket Association. The park is also the venue for matches in other sporting codes, and hosted the final of the 1978 Chatham Cup, New Zealand’s premier knock-out soccer competition.

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Yarrow Stadium
25 August 2011, 3:42 PM

Yarrow Stadium is situated in the central suburb of Westown in New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand, with main vehicle access off Maratahu St. The primary tenant of this 25,000-capacity stadium is the Taranaki representative team in the country’s principal rugby union competition, the ITM Cup. The stadium also occasionally hosts matches of the Hurricanes Super 14 team in the same sport, although that team’s primary home is in Wellington.

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Rotorua International Stadium
25 August 2011, 3:37 PM

Rotorua International Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium located on Devon Street West in Westbrook suburb of Rotorua, New Zealand. It is currently used mostly for rugby union and rugby league matches, being one of two home stadiums for the Bay of Plenty Rugby Union (the other being Baypark Stadium in Tauranga). In addition, a softball field is sited at the northern end. It has a capacity of 34 000

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