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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby

    The Crusaders are keeping their heads above water for now

    The Crusaders are keeping their heads above water for now


    With all rugby shelved for the foreseeable future, CEO Colin Mansbridge says they're looking at all sorts of ways to reduce costs.

    Mansbridge says all the Super Rugby franchises are different businesses and are facing slightly different challenges, although he has taken note of the big cuts made at the Highlanders.



    Colin Mansbridge says they still have all their staff on board, but several have had to face contract adjustments for the period of business interruption.

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