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    Taranaki are preparing for a Mitre10 Cup season without crowds - if necessary - and the financial ramifications that could come with it

    Taranaki are preparing for a Mitre10 Cup season without crowds - if necessary - and the financial ramifications that could come with it


    The competition kicks off on September 11, with expected alert levels allowing games to go ahead but without spectators.

    CEO Laurence Corlett says in anticipation of no fans, they've run some numbers.



    Corlett adds they are ready if there is a move to level three nationally, but aren't expecting it.

    MITRE10 CUP WITH KENNARD'S HIRE. EQUIPMENT TO MAKE YOUR JOB EASY.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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