Rugby: Leaner, and arguably more exciting, Super Rugby season gets first test on Saturday

By straitstimes.sport
2018.02.14. 11:55
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February 14, 2018 6:55 PMCAPE TOWN (REUTERS) - A leaner Super Rugby season with fewer, but likely more competitive, fixtures starts on the weekend in what organisers, broadcasters and fans hope will be a slicker, more watchable product.



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