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Hawke's Bay Rugby Football Union Reaches NZ$1M In Equity For First Time

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 03 / 01 / 17

Hawke's Bay Rugby Football Union Financial Dir Dan Druzianic told the organization's 132nd annual meeting Monday night in Napier, New Zealand, it had reached NZ$1M ($721,000) in equity for the first time -- NZ$1,154,158 ($832,206) "to be precise," according to Shane Hurndell of the NEW ZEALAND HERAL...

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