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Home advantage counts for a lot in sport, especially rugby. Stands tight to the field, crowd never anything but partisan, passionate and packed in.If you can turn your ground into a bear pit, it not only galvanizes the home players but will go a long way to unsettling the visiting side as well. With two stands now redeveloped, the stadium has lost none of its edge.It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, with the intent of intimidating any person or group of persons, to burn, or cause to be burned, a cross on the property of another, a highway or other public place. Any person who shall violate any provision of this section shall be guilty of a Class 6 felony. Until 2007 the GAA had never allowed "foreign" sports to be played there.That changed with the arrival of the rugby side, who played England there that year.
Nestled on the edge of Dunedin, it was a Mecca for the city’s huge student population, known as "Scarfies," who would often drag sofas onto the terraces and, being students never likely to transport the things home again, set fire to them at the end of the game.That says to me they're driven by results this year.Even the drive to Ellis Park on the bus is daunting, where often supporters push the bus, and certainly make it very clear you're in enemy territory.On the field it's an atmosphere like no other - hostile and very passionate.No coincidence that the Springboks play better there than at any ground in the country.