A train wreck of a first half sealed a Highlanders loss in
Canberra last night.
A rejuvenated David Pocock helped the Brumbies snap a
two-game losing streak with a first-half hat-trick in Friday
night's 31-18 Super Rugby win over the Highlanders.
Highlanders coach Jamie Joseph has the utmost confidence in
players filling in for an All Black trio and says a plan for
a second rest for his star players has not been set.
Resting the Highlanders' three All Blacks now is a much
better idea than waiting any longer. Rugby writer Steve
The depth of the Highlanders will be tested when they leave
their All Blacks at home for the game against the Brumbies in
Canberra tomorrow night.
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