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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby

    A rough start for new Hurricanes coach Jason Holland in their Super Rugby preseason opener against the Crusaders

    A rough start for new Hurricanes coach Jason Holland in their Super Rugby preseason opener against the Crusaders


    Despite jumping out to an early 12-nil lead, the 'Canes have been demolished 42-19 in Ashburton.

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