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    Taranaki CEO Laurence Corlett is hoping to compensate fans who may not be able to see their side in action during the Mitre 10 Cup

    Taranaki CEO Laurence Corlett is hoping to compensate fans who may not be able to see their side in action during the Mitre 10 Cup


    The competition kicks off on September 11 and if level 2 restrictions are in place, will not allow spectators at games.

    Corlett says they're looking at repaying fans with community-based activities.



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