Scott Barrett Ruled Out Through Injury

Crusaders Captain Scott Barrett sustained a significant injury to the structures supporting his big toe, while playing in the Crusaders internal game on Saturday 13 June.  

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Crusaders Win In Wellington

The shortest day of the year couldn’t end quick enough for the Hurricanes as the Crusaders flexed their muscle and, eventually, pinched the points in Wellington.

Two late tries from Richie Mo’unga and replacement David Havili - three months after undergoing emergency bowel surgery - saw the red machine win 39-25 to open their Super Rugby Aotearoa account in style on Sunday.

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Crusaders team named to play the Hurricanes in Wellington

Investec Super Rugby Aotearoa officially kicked off last week, and the Crusaders are set to play their first match of the competition after sitting out round one with a bye. 

Head Coach Scott Robertson has named his team to travel to Wellington tomorrow ahead of Sunday afternoon's clash with the Hurricanes and, while it includes eight All Blacks in the starting side, the Crusaders will be without regular Captain Scott Barrett.  

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Series 3 - Innovation aims to boost safety for young rugby players

UC and the Crusaders “Nothing important gets done alone” Collaborating for success on and off the field

Collaboration comes easy to the staff involved in the partnership between the University of Canterbury (UC) and Crusaders Rugby Club, and the outcomes are leading to success both on and off the field for both organisations.  From marketing and fan research through to sports science and internships, the focus on teamwork and working together is proving a winning formula.  In a new series we’ll run over the next four weeks, we look at this collaboration in more detail.

Series 3 - Innovation aims to boost safety for young rugby players

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Series 2 - UC interns go ‘inside the rope’ with Crusaders to learn from the best

UC and the Crusaders “Nothing important gets done alone” Collaborating for success on and off the field

Collaboration comes easy to the staff involved in the partnership between the University of Canterbury (UC) and Crusaders Rugby Club, and the outcomes are leading to success both on and off the field for both organisations.  From marketing and fan research through to sports science and internships, the focus on teamwork and working together is proving a winning formula.  In a new series we’ll run over the next four weeks, we look at this collaboration in more detail.

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