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    A second half scoring surge has helped the Blues to a 53-26 win over the Reds in Super Rugby Pacific at Eden Park

    A second half scoring surge has helped the Blues to a 53-26 win over the Reds in Super Rugby Pacific at Eden Park


    Leading 22-14 at the break, the home side put their foot down in the second spell, scoring five tries.

    Hooker Kurt Eklund says their focus in the second 40 was to maintain possession.



    It's the Blues 11th win on the trot.

    SUPER RUGBY COVERAGE WITH EMPLOYMENT HERO. THE SMARTER WAY TO MANAGE HR, RECRUITMENT AND PAYROLL.

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