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    Wairarapa Bush Rugby Union apologises to Sir Graham Henry

    The Wairarapa Bush Rugby Union has apologised to Sir Graham Henry after comments he made at their awards earlier this week have been reported as they have

    The former All Blacks coach criticised New Zealand Rugby's lack of communication with now-Australia mentor Dave Rennie when he left the Chiefs in 2017.

    He said Rennie's a fantastic coach and NZR messed it up with him.

    In a statement, WBRU chairman Jason Carruthers says Henry didn't state that Dave Rennie should be the All Blacks coach and was very complimentary of current mentor Ian Foster.

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