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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby

    TJ Perenara's preparing his lungs for a shock in Cape Town tomorrow morning

    TJ Perenara's preparing his lungs for a shock in Cape Town tomorrow morning


    The All Blacks halfback will play his first rugby of the year when the Hurricanes face the Stormers in their Super Rugby opener.

    Perenara says while he backs his conditioning, the one thing that might lack is in-game fitness.



    Kick off's at 2:05am.

    The Crusaders host the Waratahs in Nelson at 7:05pm.

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