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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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Students in Christchurch , New Zealand paid tribute to the victims of the mosque shootings by performing haka dances, a ceremonial tradition from the

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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Spectators and players held a minute of silence in solidarity with the victims of the Christchurch mosque shootings prior to the opening match of the Australia Football League today (March 21). Footage captured at Melbourne Cricket Ground shows m

The gunman spent several minutes inside the mosque, shooting attendees indiscriminately. He killed three people near the entrance and dozens more inside a prayer hall. A strobe-light attached to one of his weapons was used to disorient victims .[48] During the attack, a worshipper, Naeem Rashid

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."

Christchurch shooting victims' burials to begin.
Burials for the 50 Muslims murdered by an Australian white supremacist are about to begin at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch. It is expected that two of the victims will be buried this morning. Authorities understand a mass burial will also take place later, but are taking their instructions from family members. It is understood that having been washed and shrouded for burial the victims will be transported to a marquee set up by the prepared grave sites at the cemetery where prayers will take place. © AAP Mufti Zeeyad Ravat leads a pray at a makeshift memorial at the Al Noor Mosque in Christchurch.

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