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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby

    Centre Braydon Ennor is missing from the Crusaders lineup for the second week in a row

    Centre Braydon Ennor is missing from the Crusaders lineup for the second week in a row


    Fetuli Paea has been handed his second start at 13 for Saturday night's Super Rugby Aotearoa match against the Chiefs in Hamilton.

    Assistant coach Scott Hansen says Ennor's foot injury still needs a little time.



    Prop Joe Moody misses this week with a family bereavement.

    Number 8 Whetukamokamo Douglas is out with a knee injury so Tom Sanders shifts from the blindside, with Sione Havili coming off the bench to start on the side of the scrum.

    Mitchell Drummond will start at halfback with Bryn Hall slipping to the bench.

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