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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby

    An opportunity to shine for a time-slot fast becoming endangered in Super Rugby

    An opportunity to shine for a time-slot fast becoming endangered in Super Rugby


    The Highlanders will host the Drua in a rare Sunday afternoon kick-off in Dunedin.

    It's just the third Sunday fixture this year - with the previous two matches held as part of Super Round in March.

    Highlanders CEO Roger Clark has a theory as to why the competition's schedulers largely avoid the last day of the week.



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