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Tue, 9 Jul 2019 - Otago Rally locks in date for 2020

The date for the 2020 Otago Rally has been confirmed, with the event to run a week earlier than in past years.

To be held from April 3 to 5, the Otago Rally will be the opening round of the New Zealand Rally Championship, and a round of the FIA's Asia Pacific Rally Championship (Pacific Cup).

Planning for the rally is still in the early stages, but once again a two-day, all daylight format will be employed, with around 280km of special stages.

Up to 90% of the route will be on fast, public roads, with the balance of stages taking place on good forestry roads.

"Iconic stages such as Waipori Gorge, Whare Flat and, of course, Kuri Bush will all be included, but with some new variations on other stages," Rally Manager, Norman Oakley, said.

"All stages will be gravel, other than the popular super stage around the streets of Dunedin on Saturday afternoon.

"And for the second year we will have a two-pass recce."

Stages are most likely to run to the south and west of Dunedin, incorporating stages near Lawrence which haven't been used since 2017.

The Otago Rally will start in Dunedin's iconic Octagon on the Friday evening with a rally show and the ceremonial start. The post-event prize giving will, as usual, be held at the Dunedin Town Hall.

The Otago Rally receives Major Events funding from Dunedin City Council, and is supported by the Otago Community Trust.

For further information on the 2020 Otago Rally, visit the event website at

Thu, 4 Jul 2019 - Paddon ready for WRC return in Finland

New Zealand rally star Hayden Paddon returns to the top level of world rallying with the announcement that he will drive the third M-Sport Fiesta WRC car at Rally Finland in August.

With John Kennard returning as his co-driver, Paddon is understandably delighted to have this opportunity to contest one of his favourite FIA World Rally Championship events, particularly as the deal comes with the full support of his long-term commercial partner, Hyundai New Zealand.

“Obviously I’m very excited to be back in the WRC,” says Paddon.

“It has been really hard sitting at home watching the WRC unfold this year, especially as I know we can deliver at a high level. After the Hyundai Motorsport news last week, we decided to make things happen as we are not going to achieve anything by sitting around.”

Paddon got talking with key stakeholders and put together the deal for the drive in Finland, an event he has contested every year since 2010.

“Firstly, huge thanks to the team at Hyundai New Zealand who continue to support me fully. For them to have allowed us to chase this opportunity – it speaks volumes of how much they support my career and aspirations. It is truly humbling. And thank you to everyone who has contributed financially to make this drive with M-Sport possible. Many of our existing shareholders in Hayden Paddon Rallysport Global (HPRG) have come back onboard to make this happen and in a very short space of time. It’s amazing!”

Hyundai New Zealand’s General Manager Andy Sinclair believes Paddon is a world-class driver who deserves to be on the WRC circuit.

“Despite the disappointment that Hayden has faced since the end of last year, he has remained positive and committed to his WRC dream. We have and always will stand behind him in his pursuit to drive in the WRC,” says Sinclair.

“Our relationship with Hayden is a strong one, and we have a lot of projects on the go with Hayden and the Paddon Rallysport team here in New Zealand. As soon as the opportunity arose to drive for M-Sport at Rally Finland, Hayden sought our opinion. Naturally we were thrilled for him that he was offered a WRC drive, and it went without saying that we'd support him.”

Sinclair adds: “Hayden is a Hyundai NZ driver and ambassador, and most importantly, he is representing New Zealand, which means more to us than what model of car he is driving. As a 100 per cent Kiwi-owned company, our decision to support a New Zealand sportsperson of Hayden’s calibre is easy. Hayden is, and will continue to be, a fine ambassador for the Hyundai brand in New Zealand. He’s a New Zealander competing on a global scale with international fame, yet has remained humble, grounded and rooted to his home country.

“Along with our nationwide dealer network, customers and motorsport fans around New Zealand and the world, we have watched Hayden develop and grow an incredible amount, and are immensely proud of him.”

Paddon appreciates the commitment and swift action of WRC team M-Sport. “My thanks also to the M-Sport team who have been able to put this deal together for us in a matter of days. I’m excited to be working with them – it seems we are all on the same page, even in these early stages, which is a fantastic place to be.”

Paddon will complete a one-day test with the team in the Fiesta WRC before the 1-4 August running of Rally Finland.

“We will be giving the rally 110 per cent. Obviously being out of WRC competition for eight months puts us a little on the back foot, but both John and I are confident we can hop in, prepare well and be near the front. A top five would be the minimum expectation from myself but as always, I will be pushing for more.

“The ultimate goal is to be back in the WRC more regularly in 2020. I’m in a good phase at the moment; I feel like from a personal perspective and in terms of driving ability, things are at a good level and I want to utilise those skills again at the highest levels of world competition. I still have a lot I know I can achieve in the WRC – we just need that opportunity.”

This Rally Finland opportunity is being supported by Ben Nevis Station, Cusco, Winmax Brakes, Pak’nSave and Z Energy.

Fri, 28 Jun 2019 - Dream runs continues at Timaru for van Klink

Christchurch’s Marcus van Klink has recorded his fourth win on the trot after another strong performance at the Stadium Finance South Canterbury Rally, the fourth round of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship.

Seeded 13th for the event, van Klink and cars around him were forced to start the opening stage through the Waimate forest prior to sunrise while some of his rivals further back had the benefit of sunlight. Despite this, he came through the stage third fastest of the two-wheel drive cars.

By the time the second stage begun, the sun was up and van Klink showed his hand with a stage win and by the time he and co-driver Dave Neill got to the service park after stage four, they held a two-wheel drive lead of almost 30 seconds.

Stage six was the power stage, offering bonus points. Not only did van Klink set a time almost 18 seconds faster than any of the two-wheel drive cars to earn five bonus points, but a time that also moved him into the top ten overall.

The final loop of four stages saw the Universal Plumbing Triple Rotor Mazda RX-8 shoot further up the leader board, the highlight stage time being stage nine with a sixth fastest overall stage time. By the time van Klink had put on a show for the crowd at Levels raceway that made up the final stage, he had a two-wheel drive lead of more than two minutes as well as seventh overall. As an added bonus, van Klink had the top speed of the whole field on seven of the twelve stages.

“That was an awesome event, I don’t go well in the dark but once we got that out of the way everything went to plan,” said van Klink. “The car is just exceptional, the team’s doing a great job and the results are showing it.”

The Klink Rallysport team now head into the winter break not only leading the two-wheel drive championship, but also sitting fourth in the overall standings, before the Dayle ITM Goldrush Rally Coromandel on August 16.

Fri, 28 Jun 2019 - Thomson moves up standings with career best result

hristchurch’s Dylan Thomson has moved into third place in the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship after round four, the Stadium Finance Rally South Canterbury, held over the weekend.

In only his first season behind the wheel of a four-wheel drive car, Thomson and co-driver Amy Hudson showed another step up in speed on one of the fastest events on the calendar to eventually come home in fourth place, having battled for a podium spot across most of the day.

Thomson started the day off well, including a third fastest stage time on special stage three saw the Specialised Auto Services Subaru WRX STi holding down fifth place at the opening service.

Following service, a second fastest time followed by equal third in the power stage, which added three points to their championship tally, saw them in a three-way battle for third place, with three cars just 4.1 seconds apart.

As the Dunlop tyres wore down, Thomson continued to battle and although he suffered a spin, was able to secure fourth position, his best finish to date and a result that moved him to third in the championship.

“Every rally we do in the Specialised Auto Services Subaru just gets better and better, this would be the first rally where I’ve really felt as comfortable as I did in the old Fiesta and it really shows with the result,” said Thomson. “We came into the season just wanting to learn and we still certainly are, so to be third in the championship is fantastic. We just need to secure some more budget to chase this result for the remaining two rounds and not get ahead of ourselves, we’ve been rewarded by a consistent run and that’s what we need to keep doing.”

Thomson and his team now turn their attention to the Dayle ITM Goldrush Rally Coromandel, to be based in Whitianga, on August 17.

Dylan Thomson Rallysport’s campaign is supported by Total Lubricants, Riordan and West Transport Pukekohe, Drew + Accounting, Harrier Signs, Specialised Auto Services, Steelrite Framing, LJ Hooker, Fowler Homes South Auckland and New Zealand, AA Autocentre Hornby, Jivan Produce, Dunlop, Dixcel and Braketech.

Thu, 27 Jun 2019 - Gillies and Pilcher beat the gremlins to maintain podium run

Toyota Levin crew Andy Gillies and Nathan Pilcher survived their most challenging rally together so far in this year's Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship to take another class podium result.

A bizarre electrical glitch and a broken exhaust added to the already challenging conditions and roads of the South Canterbury Rally last weekend, but the dup came through their own dramas to secure third place in Category 5B. They have extended their points lead too, though with only their three best scores counting towards their final championship result, they need to keep the pressure on as the championship heads towards a conclusion.

The ex-Chris Paddon Commercial Hire NZ backed Toyota Levin, which has been completely rebuilt for this season, has proved ultra-reliable for the duo in rallies contested so far. However, even before the start of the rally, it became home to a couple of unwelcome gremlins.

"Unfortunately this weekend we did have a couple of issues," explained a relieved Gillies after the rally. "We had the car cut out no fewer than five times on the way to the first stage and continued to do it during touring stages but never during the special stages. We had a spin during one stage losing a bit of time too but that was more down to the effort going in."

Co-driver Pilcher had an additional problem to contend with when the exhaust failed and made communication between the two significantly more challenging. "Just after the start of Stage 4 we had the exhaust break off at the headers which made the car very loud," he explained.

"Andy struggled to hear any of the notes which made life very difficult. Knowing that we had more than three stages to go before we could get into service and fix the exhaust meant we had to resort to me yelling at the top of my voice and adapting some hand signals as we went. I continued to lose my voice for the rest of the day and we both had a ripper of a headache afterwards, but it was great to get through despite the issues."

Despite the issues, the crew maintained a unique record in their Category 5B class in this year's championship. At each of the four rallies so far, Wanaka-based Gilles and Aucklander Pilcher have not only completed the event, but also finished on the class podium. And despite the issues, the duo put South Canterbury at the top of their list for enjoyment so far in 2019.

"We really enjoyed this rally," added Gillies. "I think we'd both put it as one of the best of the year so far. The roads had parts of twisty forestry and then had flowing public roads. To us it seemed like a combination of Otago and Whangarei and really enjoyed that challenge. It's certainly one to look forward to next year."

Gillies and Pilcher's Commercial Hire NZ Toyota Levin is also supported by ENZED, Total Lubricants, Wurth NZ, Wet&Forget, MG Minerals, Superfinishing NZ, Arrowtown Bakery, Base Contracting, Brian Scott Motors and Prestige Commercial Vehicles. The team head north again for the Rally Coromandel in August giving them plenty of time to sort out the car and add a few more performance upgrades. The season then has a free September before concluding with Rally Waitomo in October.

Thu, 27 Jun 2019 - Sheehan and Goldring gutted after freak failure at Timaru

Queenstown’s Mike Sheehan has left the fourth round of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship, the Stadium Finance South Canterbury Rally, gutted after breaking his gear lever saw him ruled out of contention.

Sheehan and co-driver Glenn Goldring came to the event confident in the knowledge that another strong finish would be a large step towards a national championship title. The pair powered through the opening stage second in their class, having beaten several of their four-wheel drive competitors in the two-wheel drive Truck Moves Ford Fiesta R2.

Everything was going to plan for Sheehan until special stage four, when the gear lever unexpectedly snapped, leaving the car with no drive. Sheehan and Goldring worked to fix the car to get out of the stage, losing some 18 minutes in the process.

With relaxed touring times, Sheehan was able to arrive at the service park following the stage only seven minutes late and his team, along with several other competing teams, set to work repairing the broken lever. As expected, the repairs went over time and Sheehan checked out of service 26 minutes late. With a total of 30 minutes of lateness for the rally, that meant Sheehan was out of the rally, although he was able to complete the remaining stages for pure enjoyment.

“I’m gutted, we do a heap of work and preventative maintenance to make sure the car is reliable and this one is completely out of left field, I guess that’s the joys of motorsport,” said Sheehan. “The stages were magic, it was great to get to this event after missing it last year, so a massive thanks to the event and NZRC organisers.”

With two rounds remaining, Sheehan is now equal with rival Robbie Stokes at the head of the NZRC two-wheel drive class standings.

Tue, 25 Jun 2019 - Luck still not siding with Gilmour this season

The 2019 season just isn’t going Dunedin rally driver Emma Gilmour’s way, with her Stadium Cars South Canterbury Rally cut cruelly short on Saturday.

After sitting out the third round of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship to build and fit a new engine to her recently refurbished Vantage Windows and Doors Suzuki Swift AP4, Emma and Australian co-driver Ben Searcy were seeking redemption at the fourth round. Unfortunately, in the second 22.3km Parkers Bush stage, their day was over before it properly began.

“We had to retire with a faulty sensor. We were unsure of the cause at the time and didn’t want to risk any further damage to the new engine, so we didn’t re-join for the remaining stages of the event. It was very disappointing and hugely frustrating for me and the whole team to have to retire on Saturday as we know how fast the car is," Emma says.

Emma and the team will now make good use of the two-month break before the penultimate NZRC round in the Coromandel on August 17. “We will now focus on some local rallysprints and do some much-needed testing and development," Emma says.

Emma would like to thank her sponsors Suzuki NZ, Vantage Windows and Doors, Gilmour Motors Suzuki, Koba Batteries, Rothbury Insurance Brokers, PPG Paint, Castrol, Hella, Uniform NZ, Provident, NGK Spark Plugs, Custom Signs, Modena Race Gears, Pure Sports Nutrition and Webdesign for supporting the team

Thu, 20 Jun 2019 - Timaru weather could provide biggest challenge so far for Gillies and Pilcher

Weather could be the biggest challenge facing Andy Gillies and Nathan Pilcher as the duo aim to maintain their class lead in the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship at this weekend's South Canterbury Rally.

The pair - who are in their first full season together in the ex-Chris Paddon Commercial Hire NZ Toyota Levin - lead Category 5B in the points chase after three rounds of the 2019 championship.

This weekend's fourth round is based in Timaru, features gravel roads and includes some of the infamous old stages from New Zealand rallying history. Covering over 200km in one day, the event tests every team's endurance and stamina as well as speed. With temperatures dropping over the next few days and the threat of poor weather ever present, both Otago-based Gillies and Auckland-based Pilcher are regarding it as their toughest challenge together so far. It's the first time either have undertaken the rally as well.

"I think we are both hoping that we don’t get as much rain as we did at Canterbury but the threat of snow also brings an added challenge of not only keeping warm but also keeping it on the road," explained Gillies.

"I've done this rally before but it is new for Nathan. It's known for being hard and fast and a little bit like Otago with the attrition rate being the key factor on the end result. We know we want to make it to the finish and we will be reminding ourselves at the start that for us to continue our consistency we have to make it to the finish. The rally is not won on the first stage but can certainly be lost."

It's been a busy time for co-driver Pilcher between rallies, as he has been managing the crew for Collins Motorsport's North Island Endurance Series circuit racing campaign in their Ford Mustang. Jumping between codes has been a challenge in itself, but Pilcher says a calm approach to the rally weekends from both himself and Gillies is paying big dividends as they unlock the performance of their car.

"I think we both look forward to rally weekends as we both enjoy getting out there and doing it," he explained. "There is a sense of relief at the end of each stage. We are always trying to improve ourselves and more notably since I undertook doing the co-drivers academy we are paying a lot more attention to the recce and our notes.

"We have come forward in leaps and bounds this year but we are still finding the limits of the car. The car was built by Chris Paddon with a lot of knowledge and it has a lot of untapped potential as well that we are getting into each round. I think that every time Andy drives the Commercial Hire NZ Toyota Levin he gains more knowledge about what the car is going to do and how it reacts. Another season or two in this car will really allow us to get more comfortable in the car and become more consistent. We're all about taking it step by step."

The rally begins Saturday morning with stages throughout the day.

Gillies and Pilcher's Commercial Hire NZ Toyota Levin is also supported by ENZED, Total Lubricants, Wurth NZ, Wet&Forget, MG Minerals, Superfinishing NZ, Arrowtown Bakery, Base Contracting, Brian Scott Motors and Prestige Commercial Vehicles. After this weekend's South Canterbury Rally, the team head north again for the Rally Coromandel in August. The season then has a free September before concluding with Rally Waitomo in October.

Recent Results
1AustraliaClayton Hoy55:23.0
2AustraliaGlenn Brinkman+11.0
3AustraliaRichard Shimmon+1:09.0
4AustraliaTristan Kent+1:40.0
5AustraliaTony Sullens+1:48.0
6AustraliaGlen Raymond+2:02.0
7AustraliaGarry Yeomans+2:57.0
8AustraliaBrayden Wilson+3:33.0
9AustraliaWayne Morton+3:36.0
9AustraliaCahal Carey+3:36.0
11AustraliaWayne Hoy+3:47.0
12AustraliaAndrew Penny+4:03.0
13AustraliaMelinda Bergmann+4:44.0
14AustraliaClay Badenoch+5:03.0
15AustraliaNathan Quinn+5:10.0
16AustraliaGerard McConkey+5:50.0
17AustraliaCraig Aggio+6:05.0
18AustraliaAnthony Tanzer+6:57.0
19AustraliaThomas Dermondy+11:31.0
1IrelandRichie Dalton1:13:56.0
2AustraliaRichard Shimmon+1:31.0
3AustraliaGavin Croker+1:42.0
4AustraliaTony Sullens+1:44.0
5AustraliaDarren Windus+2:08.0
6AustraliaMick Patton+3:05.0
7AustraliaLuke Annear+3:28.0
8AustraliaAndrew Penny+3:43.0
9AustraliaTim Joass+5:05.0
10AustraliaWayne Stewart+6:44.0
11AustraliaLuke Sytema+6:50.0
12AustraliaBethany Cullen+7:15.0
13AustraliaTimothy Wilkins+1:55:00.0
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2FranceSébastien OGIER146
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4United KingdomElfyn EVANS78
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6United KingdomKris MEEKE60
7NorwayAndreas MIKKELSEN56
8SpainDani SORDO52
9FinlandEsapekka LAPPI40
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3New ZealandJack Hawkeswood42
4AustraliaHarry Bates39
5New ZealandDavid Holder30
6AustraliaMolly Taylor29
7AustraliaLewis Bates26
8AustraliaMarcus Walkem20
9New ZealandMike Young19
10JapanSuguru Kawana12
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2New ZealandJosh Marston100
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4New ZealandMarcus Van Klink62
5New ZealandMatt Summerfield61
6New ZealandAnthony Jones51
6New ZealandPhil Campbell51
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10New ZealandKingsley Jones40
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12New ZealandJob Quantock38
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5AustraliaLuke Sytema93
6AustraliaBrian Semmens78
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8AustraliaPatrick Cole54
9AustraliaPeter Stringfellow sr44
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11AustraliaClay Badenoch42
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13AustraliaCraig Aggio39
14AustraliaPhil Thomas37
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16AustraliaPeter Vlandis36
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18AustraliaBruce Garland35
18AustraliaKeith Frackrell35
20AustraliaAndy Pierce34
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2New ZealandDylan Turner27
3New ZealandPhil Campbell23
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5New ZealandAnthony Jones19
6New ZealandScott Rutherford16
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8New ZealandJeff Judd13
9New ZealandPhil Macquarie12
10New ZealandBrian Green11
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12New ZealandBrendan Oakden9
13New ZealandWayne Rowberry8
14New ZealandBevan Wilson7
15New ZealandDaniel Hinton6
16New ZealandRodney Langdon5
17New ZealandDoug Adnitt4
18New ZealandTimothy Hood3
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20New ZealandJack Williamson1
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4AustraliaDamien Frizell19
5AustraliaAndy Pierce18
6AustraliaAndrew Chapman17
7AustraliaRobert Gorst16
8AustraliaJohn Sparkes15
9AustraliaMichael Stewart14
10AustraliaPatrick Cole13
11AustraliaSid Sparkes12
12AustraliaMark Hudson11
13AustraliaTerry Gunter10
14AustraliaJack Mobbs9
1AustraliaMichael Stewart25
2AustraliaPatrick Cole22
3AustraliaJack Mobbs20
1AustraliaAndrew Penny25
2AustraliaRon Moore22
3AustraliaMichael O'Hagan20
4AustraliaBethany Cullen19
5AustraliaJamie Neale18
6AustraliaNathan Quinn17
7AustraliaStephen Duthie16
8AustraliaMichael Heuchan15
9AustraliaTony Jordan14
10AustraliaDamien Frizell13
11AustraliaAndrew Pierce12
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13AustraliaRobert Gorst10
14AustraliaBruce Durham9
15AustraliaJohn Sparkes8
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18AustraliaSid Sparkes5
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20AustraliaTerry Gunter3
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2New ZealandGaret Thomas80
3New ZealandJob Quantock74
4New ZealandMatt Summerfield73
5New ZealandRegan Ross64
6New ZealandMarcus Van Klink60
7New ZealandMatt Wright54
8New ZealandSean Haggarty50
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10New ZealandPhil Collins40
10New ZealandGarry Cliff40
10New ZealandDavid Gee40
13New ZealandJohn Giltrap38
14New ZealandRobbie Stokes34
15New ZealandBrad Harris32
16New ZealandTim Smith25
16New ZealandNick Marston25
18New ZealandDeane Buist22
19New ZealandDavid Taylor21
20New ZealandDave Ollis20
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1New ZealandHaydn McKenzie110
3New ZealandDavid Rogers106
4New ZealandBarry Kirk-Burnnand104
5New ZealandAndrew Oakley96
5New ZealandSteven Kirk-Burnnand96
5New ZealandMike Tubbs96
8New ZealandAnthony Butler94
9New ZealandJeremy Friar90
10New ZealandRory Callaway86
10New ZealandTim James86
10New ZealandGraeme Wong86
10New ZealandEddie Grooten86
14New ZealandGraeme Drummond84
15New ZealandTim McIver82
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17AustraliaRobert Darrington79
17New ZealandRichard Gillies79
19New ZealandIvan Knauf78
19New ZealandJohn Rae78