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    The Blues are taking a massive financial hit with Sunday's game against the Crusaders cancelled

    The Blues are taking a massive financial hit with Sunday's game against the Crusaders cancelled


    The Eden Park match was a sell-out, with more than 40 thousand due to pack in.

    Chief executive Andrew Hore says it's not just them affected though with stadium workers and bar staff around the suburb missing out too.



    Refunds will be available, but tickets can also be exchanged for a sapphire ticket to be used at a special pre season game between the sides next year.

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