The sun was shining in Lower Hutt where over a 130 people participated in the annual 18-hole Hurricanes Alumini golf tournament.
The event also featured the latest Packagoal Challenge, a time-trial event which sees people compete to see who can inflate a Junior Football Packagoal in the quickest time.
Former Waikato Chiefs and Western Force prop Ben Castle emerged as the new world record holder, in a highly contested event, with an incredible time of 8.65 seconds.
A 6'x4' Packagoal is laid out fully deflated and each contender takes it in turn to race against the clock to inflate the goal with a hand pump. The stop watch starts as soon as the goal is touched and stops when the Packagoal is up standing with the dust cap (that covers the inflation valve) firmly screwed on.