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Bledisloe Cup rugby: World Cup boost - 'Sore shoulder' only for key All Blacks playmaker Richie Mo'unga

New Zealand Herald Sunday, 18 August 2019
Bledisloe Cup rugby: World Cup boost - 'Sore shoulder' only for key All Blacks playmaker Richie Mo'ungaRichie Mo'unga, a shining light among a galaxy of stars dressed in black at Eden Park, has an acromioclavicular (AC) joint shoulder problem but his World Cup dream is still very much on track."While it's not long term, he'll be...
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