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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby

    Richie Mo'unga will sit out a second straight game for the Crusaders

    Richie Mo'unga will sit out a second straight game for the Crusaders


    Coach Scott Robertson revealed the All Blacks first five will miss Friday's match against the Reds with a finger injury.

    He's assured he'll be good to go for next week's quarter finals.

    Codie Taylor's been declared fit to return from a rib injury - but won't be risked on Friday.

    Jack Goodhue also gets a spell with David Havili starting at second five.

    Will Jordan returns to his customary fullback role.

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