SA franchises might have to consider playing URC home games overseas

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Stormers coach John Dobson said it’s a great patch-up job of a nasty situation, but it’s not ideal from a perspective of growth in the competition. Photo: Shaun Roy / Gallo Images
Stormers coach John Dobson said it’s a great patch-up job of a nasty situation, but it’s not ideal from a perspective of growth in the competition. Photo: Shaun Roy / Gallo Images

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This is according to an insider, who made the suggestion after the postponement of what would have been the domestic franchises’ first home games in the competition last weekend due to the country’s recent discovery of a new variant of the virus.

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