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    Joe Moody's stop start rugby season will get the green light to resume tomorrow

    Joe Moody's stop start rugby season will get the green light to resume tomorrow


    After a season disrupted by a mix of injury and suspension, the All Black loosehead prop will turn out for Canterbury in tomorrow's final Mitre10 Cup round robin game against Counties Manukau in Pukekohe.

    It's his first appearance for the province since 2015.

    Moody hasn't played since fracturing his thumb in the second Bledisloe Cup test in Auckland in August and says it's been a tough run.



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