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    The Blues are ruing their ill-discipline in the wake of their 35-29 Super Rugby Aotearoa defeat to the Highlanders in Dunedin

    The Blues are ruing their ill-discipline in the wake of their 35-29 Super Rugby Aotearoa defeat to the Highlanders in Dunedin


    Down by six, a red card to Alex Hodgman for a shoulder charge squandered a potential comeback late in the second half, with the Highlanders scoring a decisive try shortly after.

    Number eight Hoskins Sotutu was also yellow carded in the first half.

    Blues first-five Otere Black has they let themselves down.



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