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Tue 11 Jun 2013
Highlights of the tour match between the Blues and France from North Harbour Stadium.

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After taking a hammering in Salta, can the Springbok scrum come back to compete in the rest of the Rugby Championship?
Yes, this was a once-off
Not without personnel changes