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New interest in the third line for All Blacks employees. The Crusaders Club, qualified for the semi-finals of Pacific Super Rugby, announced that its player, Ethan Blackader, had been injured. The New Zealander dislocated his shoulder during the quarter-final against the Reds and will have to have surgery.
Blackadder is already out at the end of Super Rugby, and will not even play during this year 2022, his club has indicated. Which also denies him a potential pick with the All Blacks to play matches against the XV of Clover.
“We are very sorry for Ethan, who has been in good shape, a hard-working and well-respected player in the squad. Our medical staff will do everything in their power to allow him to return for the 2023 season. There is no doubt that Ethan will find another player ways to participate in the life of the club, as he always does.”Crusaders coach Scott Robertson said.
Not the news we wanted.
Ethan will need surgery after dislocating his shoulder last week and will be out for the rest of the year. We really can’t wait to see Ethan again in the park in 2023 pic.twitter.com/yX4yyUFuZz
– Crusaders (crusadersrugby) June 9, 2022
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