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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby

    The Crusaders involved in the Cape Town controversy will still play this weekend

    The Crusaders involved in the Cape Town controversy will still play this weekend


    First five Richie Mo'unga and wing George Bridge are both in the starting side to face the Blues in Super Rugby on Saturday.

    In the forwards, Joe Moody's back from a deep cut on his leg to start at prop, while Andrew Makalio is in for Codie Taylor at hooker.

    Whetukamokamo Douglas starts at number eight with Jordan Taufua moving to the blindside and Kieran Read again injured.

    Coach Scott Robertson explains Read's absence.



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