Crusaders weigh up name change after Christchurch attack

Super Rugby club, whose base is not far from Al Noor mosque, will consult the Muslim community

The most successful club in Super Rugby history, the Canterbury Crusaders, is weighing up a name change in the wake of the Christchurch terrorist attack.

On Wednesday, the Crusaders, whose base is not far from Al Noor mosque in the South Island city, said they were committed to undertaking a thorough review on the issue, but also that “there are more important things” to focus on at the moment.

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