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Crusaders to give back to their fans this week rather than focusing on the Super Rugby Aotearoa title

Crusaders to give back to their fans this week rather than focusing on the Super Rugby Aotearoa title

By Navitalai Naivalurua
Thursday 06/08/2020
[Photo: Getty Image]

The Crusaders may have the chance to wrap up the Super Rugby Aotearoa competition this weekend but their main focus is winning their home game for their fans following their loss to the Hurricanes at home last month.

The Crusaders' historic four-year undefeated run in Christchurch came to an end last month when they were upset by the Hurricanes 34-32 but bounced back with a win against the Chiefs in Hamilton last week.

Crusaders halfback Bryn Hall says their main focus this week is putting on a show for their fans in what will be their final home game this season.

He says they did not get the job done in front of their fans when they played against the Hurricanes and this week is about putting on a better performance for them.

The Crusaders will take on the Highlanders at 3.35pm Sunday while the Hurricanes will face the Chiefs at 7.05pm Saturday.


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