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    2012-03-26 11:36
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    Christchurch - The Crusaders will take on the Lions in Johannesburg on Saturday (kick-off 17:05), and the Bulls in Pretoria the following weekend.

    The seven-time Super Rugby champions have named a 26-man travelling squad, which excludes All Blacks and Crusaders star Richie McCaw.

    Crusaders touring squad:


    Adam Whitelock
    Andy Ellis
    Ben Franks
    Corey Flynn
    Dan Carter
    George Whitelock
    Israel Dagg
    Kieran Read
    Luke Romano
    Luke Whitelock
    Matt Todd
    Nic Barrett
    Owen Franks
    Quentin MacDonald
    Robbie Fruean
    Ross Kennedy
    Ryan Crotty
    Samuel Whitelock
    Sean Maitland
    Tom Donnelly
    Tom Marshall
    Tom Taylor
    Tyler Bleyendaal
    Willie Heinz
    Wyatt Crockett
    Zac Guildford

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