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    Rieko Ioane is keeping mum on the homework he's been given

    Rieko Ioane is keeping mum on the homework he's been given


    A regular in the 11 jersey for the All Blacks, the left wing was dropped for the Bledisloe Cup decider against Australia at Eden Park over a continuous lack of form.

    He's one of nine players released to play for their Mitre10 Cup franchises this week, with Ioane in line to play for Auckland against Bay of Plenty on Saturday.

    But he's held off sharing what the conversations with the national selectors have entailed.



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