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    Crusaders CEO Colin Mansbridge is preparing for a fullhouse for his side's opening home game of the Super Rugby Aotearoa campaign

    Crusaders CEO Colin Mansbridge is preparing for a fullhouse for his side's opening home game of the Super Rugby Aotearoa campaign


    The red and blacks first home game comes on June 28, six days after the Government could drop to alert level one at the earliest.

    Mansbridge says there's been a lot of optimism they will be allowed crowds by then and as many as they can handle.



    Mansbridge adds the other four New Zealand franchise's are also preparing for crowds early in the competition.

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