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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby

    New Zealand's most successful Super Rugby franchise isn't immune to the impacts of coronavirus

    New Zealand's most successful Super Rugby franchise isn't immune to the impacts of coronavirus


    Crusaders CEO Colin Mansbridge says while they haven't had to shed any jobs at this stage, some of their backroom staff have had to face adjustments.

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