Rap at a rugby league international – whatever next?

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August 23rd, 2014 7:10 am| by admin
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Denmark smashed Sweden 44-6 last Saturday at the DTU rugby pitch to secure their first Nordic Cup since 2011.

(Photo: Hubert Baumeister)

While the game was far more competitive than the final scoreline suggests, Denmark could rely on the ever-dependable Viiga Lima and man-of-the match Emil Borgren, who led the way with strong support from the likes of Silas Mumbanda, Morten Lam and Eugene Hanrahan, who in turn were roared on by a home support fuelled by beers from the Black Swan and food from Big Willys.

(Photo: Hubert Baumeister)

And a young Danish rapper, MILO, was at hand to provide some halftime entertainment.

(Photo: Alexander Kusak)

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