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    The Highlanders concede they need to learn lessons after another off-field incident

    The Highlanders concede they need to learn lessons after another off-field incident


    Their All Blacks flanker Shannon Frizell is under investigation for an alleged assault at a Dunedin bar over the weekend.

    Frizell has not been charged.

    It comes after a breach of alcohol protocols saw six players dropped earlier this year, while there were complaints about anti-social behaviour at a Queenstown hotel last year by some players.

    CEO Roger Clark says there's lessons from this latest incident for individuals and the franchise.



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