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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby

    Auckland's keeping a clear mind despite the impending departure of key All Blacks from their squad

    Auckland's keeping a clear mind despite the impending departure of key All Blacks from their squad


    The Blue and White hoops will lose plenty of class in Alex Hodgman, Ofa Tuungafasi, Akira Ioane , Hoskins Sotutu, Caleb Clarke and Rieko Ioane, when the All Blacks assemble in camp this week.

    First-five Harry Plummer says they're focussing on the now.



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     26 Oct: Tomorrow will be the true test for Sam Whitelock to prove he's over the headaches that kept him out of the second Bledisloe Cup test
     26 Oct: The All Blacks are settling into a very different overseas trip to what they're used to
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