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Niseko Backyard Cricket - Blinding CATCH !
Hokkaido

You can take the Australians, New Zealanders, and the English out of their countries but you can't take the CRICKET out of them ! Who doesn't love a game of backyard cricket followed by a BBQ !??

Summer has arrived.

This pano is a little messed up as i blended a few shots to get the hit and the catch in the one pano....the guy taking the catch actually pulled it off with beer in his hand - PURE CLASS !!

Shot just 5 mins drive from Hirafu Niseko in the enclave of Country Resort.

DOH ! forgot to make one edit before i published this one.....there is a random arm in there somewhere - see if you can spot it !

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Tags: hokkaido; niseko; hirafu; kabayama; yotei; japan; cricket; sport
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