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    The Hurricanes expect Jordie Barrett to be firing when it comes to the resumption of Super Rugby

    The Hurricanes expect Jordie Barrett to be firing when it comes to the resumption of Super Rugby


    The All Blacks backline utility earned the 'Canes an upset win over the Chiefs with a late penalty goal in the final act of his side's cancelled Super Rugby season.

    Assistant coach Chris Gibbes says Barrett was in great form and has impressed as they return to training.

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