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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby

    Time in the middle has given Josh Ioane a greater understanding ahead of his pending return to the Highlanders' number 10 jersey

    Time in the middle has given Josh Ioane a greater understanding ahead of his pending return to the Highlanders' number 10 jersey


    The one-test All Black spent the start of the Super Rugby season at second-five but is tipped to move back to his preferred first-five role when Super Rugby Aotearoa starts next weekend.

    Ioane says he was able to see the game from a different perspective at 12 after receiving the ball later.

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