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Passport headache for McCaw

2010-05-17 12:10
Richie McCaw (File)
Christchurch - Crusaders captain Richie McCaw's reaction time was tested ahead of their Super 14 semi-final against the Bulls.

To his horror, McCaw found his passport in a dishevelled state after going through the washing machine.

The veteran All Blacks skipper lodged an emergency passport application in Christchurch.

Thankfully for the star flank, a replacement arrived in time.

The Crusaders only left Sydney on Monday morning, bound for South Africa, as the third-placed Waratahs had first rights to business class seats for the flight ahead of their semi-final against the Stormers. The fourth-placed Crusaders had to wait courtesy of their lower finish in the standings.
 

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