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24 May 2019 16:02
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    Waisake Naholo will resume his push for a World Cup swansong off the bench in the Highlanders' Sunday morning match against the Lions in Johannesburg

    Waisake Naholo will resume his push for a World Cup swansong off the bench in the Highlanders' Sunday morning match against the Lions in Johannesburg


    The All Blacks flyer has played just four games this year after suffering a round-six knee injury against the Blues.

    Coach Aaron Mauger says Naholo's ready to go.

    He says Naholo is excited and they're all excited for him.

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