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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby

    The first round of trans-Tasman Super Rugby Pacific meetings might've been one-sided but the Crusaders definitely aren't taking their neighbours for granted

    The first round of trans-Tasman Super Rugby Pacific meetings might've been one-sided but the Crusaders definitely aren't taking their neighbours for granted


    Prop Oli Jager feels the 42-17 win over the Rebels flattered his side and he says tonight's opponents the Waratahs will be willing and ready.



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     Other Rugby News
     30 Jun: All Blacks coach Ian Foster's coming through the other side of his Covid battle and plans to be on site for the first test against Ireland on Saturday night
     30 Jun: Covid has wreaked havoc on the All Blacks backline and coaches this week, but it's blindside flanker shaping as an intriguing selection for the opening test against Ireland
     30 Jun: The All Blacks backline to be named later this morning for Saturday's first test against Ireland has been scrunched up and redrawn a couple of times this week
     30 Jun: Ireland coach Andy Farrell concedes his side were well beaten, but believes his young charges will be better for the 32-17 loss to the Maori All Blacks
     29 Jun: Hawke's Bay's comfortably retained rugby's Ranfurly Shield in their first defence of 2022
     29 Jun: Ruby Tui's not the only sevens star who won't turn out for New Zealand in next month's Commonwealth Games in Birmingham
     29 Jun: Rugby sevens fans will notice some big names missing from the Commonwealth Games team lists, including former All Blacks Sevens captain Tim Mikkelson
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