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    Highlanders coach Tony Brown's dismissing criticism of the Super Rugby Pacific format that sees his side poised for a finals berth despite a four-win, nine-loss record

    Highlanders coach Tony Brown's dismissing criticism of the Super Rugby Pacific format that sees his side poised for a finals berth despite a four-win, nine-loss record


    Beat the Rebels tomorrow in Melbourne and the Southerners will qualify, while a Hurricanes win over the Force will also be enough late tonight.

    Brown says it doesn't much matter to his Highlanders whether people think they deserve a spot.



    The Hurricanes face the Force from midnight.

    SUPER RUGBY COVERAGE WITH EMPLOYMENT HERO. THE SMARTER WAY TO MANAGE HR, RECRUITMENT AND PAYROLL.

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