After a busy 6 months in the field a few of the DML survey team took time out this week to enjoy the Holland versus New Zealand T20 cricket test at the Bay Oval. The evening event was held in stunning early autumn conditions. The Bay Oval is only 650m from DML's offices and is hard to avoid when the New Zealand team is playing. Also hard to avoid are the amazing hot dogs which our team were inadvertently munching on when the TVNZ camera's panned through the crowd!
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