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    All Blacks and Crusaders first-five Richie Mo'unga has explained how he went rogue under lockdown

    All Blacks and Crusaders first-five Richie Mo'unga has explained how he went rogue under lockdown


    Mo'unga was one of the five players fraternising outside their bubbles yesterday at Malvern Park, next door to the side's Rugby Park base in Christchurch.

    In an Instagram post, he says it was not an organised training, but a coincidence they all turned up together.

    Mo'unga says he had finished a running drill by himself when temptation gripped him.



    Mo'unga says it doesn't excuse the fact two other bubbles were passing round a ball together.

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