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WELLINGTON — The Canterbury Crusaders just about remained on course for a 10th Super Rugby title when they outlasted the Wellington Hurricanes 30-26 in a thrilling all-New Zealand semi-final in Christchurch on Saturday.
The double defending champions were made to work hard for their win but will now host Argentina’s Jaguares, who beat Australia’s ACT Brumbies 39-7 on Friday, in their 14th final next Saturday.
Winger Sevu Reece crossed twice for the home side but flyhalf Richie Mo’unga was again the standout performer for the Crusaders with a brilliant try and 15 points from the kicking tee.
“It’s always tough defending these boys,” said Crusaders skipper Sam Whitelock.
“Really happy, though, the boys stuck together and we got there in the end.”
Hurricanes centre Ngani Laumape also grabbed a brace and the visitors also had
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