Newsdeck: Rugby-Barrett returns as Hansen cuts five from All Blacks squad By Reuters reuters
* Hansen trims squad down to 34 * Williams sent back to provincial rugby * Lock Scott Barrett back after finger injury * (Writes through)
The second Bledisloe Cup match is in Auckland on Aug. 17.
“They can jump into the mix, but it’s obviously getting harder, isn’t it?” Hansen told reporters on Wednesday.
Rookie loose forward Luke Jacobson has retained his place in after making his test debut off the bench in the opening Rugby Championship win over Argentina in Buenos Aires.
“We’ve got a lot of respect for Sonny’s playing ability, obviously,” Hansen said.
“The Bledisloe Cup is the second most important trophy for us, after the Rugby World Cup, and we’re really looking forward to the next two Tests coming up,” said Hansen.Read more: Daily Maverick
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