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25 Sep 2020 16:34
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    The Hurricanes will abide by whatever decision is made over their final round Super Rugby Aotearoa game against the Highlanders in Dunedin

    The Hurricanes will abide by whatever decision is made over their final round Super Rugby Aotearoa game against the Highlanders in Dunedin


    The match's status depends on a decision on the alert levels across the country following the expiration of the current arrangement at midnight tomorrow.

    Coach Jason Holland says they haven't had any players say they would be uncomfortable travelling.



    The Hurricanes will be without All Blacks halfback TJ Perenara, awaiting the birth of his first child.

    The Highlanders have retained the same run-on side that pushed the Crusaders close last week, while Ash Dixon will play his 100th Super game and Aaron Smith his 150th.

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