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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby

    The Crusaders are seeking "cultural advice" after damaging the custom-made Super Rugby Aotearoa trophy during celebrations after claiming the title at the weekend

    The Crusaders are seeking "cultural advice" after damaging the custom-made Super Rugby Aotearoa trophy during celebrations after claiming the title at the weekend


    Chief executive Colin Mansbridge confirmed the trophy presented to the team on Sunday, was dropped after the match against the Highlanders in Christchurch

    Mansfield say the damage to the trophy is minor.

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