Departing duo Scott Robertson and Richie Mo’unga pull out the dance moves after winning another title.
Don’t go prematurely calling the Crusaders’ dynasty done at seven titles in as many years.
That was the message from departing head coach Scott Robertson, who pointed out some folk thought they were finished with three consecutive titles when a host of experienced players moved on in 2019.
The Crusaders sure have kept rolling after Wyatt Crockett, the most capped player (203) in competition history, Owen Franks, Matt Todd, and Israel Dagg finished up, snaring the Christchurch-based franchise’s record-extending 14th title after beating the Chiefs in Hamilton at the weekend.
All Blacks coach elect Robertson believes he’s leaving the Crusaders in a good spot to continue, too, despite pivot Richie Mo’unga, arguably the franchise’s greatest player, lock Sam Whitelock and wing Leicester Fainga’anuku also signing off.
Centre Jack Goodhue is also set to head …