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25 Jun 2019 7:21
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    Crusaders players are continuing to deny allegations of bad behaviour on their recent South Africa tour

    Crusaders players are continuing to deny allegations of bad behaviour on their recent South Africa tour


    New Zealand Rugby and the Crusaders are reviewing two separate claims of inappropriate behaviour, including homophobic slurs.

    Crusaders CEO Colin Mansbridge says the players' versions of events differ from the complainants' - and they're refuting the claims.

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