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    Beauden Barrett's itching feet have had to settle for slippers over studs

    Beauden Barrett's itching feet have had to settle for slippers over studs


    The Super Rugby campaign is one of many competitions globally to halt due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

    Prior to the sport's hiatus, Barrett was all set to return with the Blues having not played since last year's Rugby World Cup.

    Barrett says it wasn't that long ago things were looking good.



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