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With the Bulls’ win of the pandemic-disrupted Super Rugby Unlocked, it is our turn to find meaning in a win by one of our franchises of a competition in which three of the games were called off due to outbreaks in the camps of the Cheetahs, Pumas and Sharks.
With the Bulls’ win of the pandemic-disrupted Super Rugby Unlocked, it is our turn to find meaning in a win by one of our franchises of a competition in which three of the games were called off due to outbreaks in the camps of the Cheetahs, Pumas and Sharks.

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Not long ago, we made fun of Australian utility back Matt Toomua for claiming the Wallabies could build on the momentum of the Brumbies’ win of the Super Rugby AU title.

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