Otago rugby, back from the brink
Thu, 05 Jul 2012 8:09p.m.
Earlier this year Otago almost lost its provincial rugby.
After 131 years, bankruptcy loomed due to a $2 million debt.
But a whole lot of people worked together to write-off part of the debt, and now the region is proudly celebrating its 2012 ITM Cup team.
Watch John Campbell talk to team captain Eben Joubert and coach Tony Brown.
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