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SportNewcastle and Sharks players honour Christchurch shooting victims with minute's silence

11:15  15 march  2019
11:15  15 march  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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players honour Christchurch shooting victims with minute ' s silence : 'Please run out of bullets': Witness describes '20- minute ' shootout in Christchurch to the Christchurch shooting victims with a touching minute ' s silence during Newcastle 's season opener against Cronulla on Friday night.

The NRL have marked their respect to the Christchurch shooting victims with a touching minute ' s silence during Newcastle 's season opener against Cronulla on Friday night. A total of five players from both teams were of New Zealand heritage including Shaun Johnson, Shaun Kenny-Dowall, Danny

Newcastle and Sharks players honour Christchurch shooting victims with minute's silence © Provided by Perform Media Channels Limited The NRL have marked their respect to the Christchurch shooting victims with a touching minute's silence during Newcastle's season opener against Cronulla on Friday night.

A total of five players from both teams were of New Zealand heritage including Shaun Johnson, Shaun Kenny-Dowall, Danny Levi, Sosaia Feki and Sione Katoa.

You could hear a pin drop at McDonald Jones Stadium as the opposing sides stood still.

NRL chief executive Todd Greenberg announced the sign of respect in the lead up to kick-off, with rivals Sydney Roosters and South Sydney Rabbitohs to follow suit in the later game.

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The Warriors will also host one when they face Canterbury on Saturday.

Earlier, former NRL star Sonny Bill Williams choked back tears in a emotional tribute video to the victims.

"Just heard the news I couldn't put it into words how I'm feeling right now," Williams said.

"I'm just deeply, deeply saddened this would happen in New Zealand."

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