In the company of a better Blues

Paul McBeth
Sat, 11 Jun 2022

In the company of a better Blues
The fans are voting with their feet and Eden Park is filling up. (Image: Getty)
Paul McBeth
Sat, 11 Jun 2022
It’s hard to see how the Better Blues Co could have timed its run on the Super rugby franchise any better.The Auckland-based rugby franchise is heading into the semi-finals with a record 14-match unbeaten run and are the clear favourites to beat the Brumbies, with the TAB paying $1.20 on the Blues and $4.20 on the Canberra team.Sporting pundits often pay tribute to head coach Leon MacDonald for the team’s improved fortunes, but chief executive Andrew Hore’s influence in settling down the organisation has been just as important...

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