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    New Zealand Rugby and the five kiwi Super Rugby Clubs are undertaking a review of our Super Rugby model to try to ensure future success.

    The review, called Aratipu, is about growing, regeneration and invigoration.

    Blues chair Don Mackinnon will lead Aratipu and be joined by the chairs of the other four clubs, alongside private investor representative Liz Dawson, NZR chair Brent Impey and NZR boss Mark Robinson.

    A steering committee, Private Investor Working Group and independent parties will also be part of the process.

    A preliminary report will be provided to the NZR Board at the end of June.



    NRL stars Latrell Mitchell and Josh Addo-Carr have apologised for their weekend getaway during the coronavirus pandemic.

    Mitchell admitted on social media they had slipped up, after Addo-Carr posted images of them among a group of 10 on a property.

    Mitchell says Addo-Carr reached out and wanted to bring his cousins to where he was staying as he wanted them to re-connect culturally.




    They've been fined by the New South Wales police.



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