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    A steep learning curve for Canterbury loose forward Cullen Grace who is revelling in his first taste of the All Blacks environment

    A steep learning curve for Canterbury loose forward Cullen Grace who is revelling in his first taste of the All Blacks environment


    Grace is one of seven newcomers at Ian Foster's first training camp in Whakatane ahead of the Bledisloe Cup tests in Wellington and Auckland.

    Grace is revelling in the environment.



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