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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby

    Blues CEO Andrew Hore believes it was an easy decision to stop the team returning home

    Blues CEO Andrew Hore believes it was an easy decision to stop the team returning home


    The side's currently in Wellington awaiting Covid-19 test results, after Auckland was put into alert level three.

    Hore says they'll leave the capital once they get the results back, likely for Cambridge.



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