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Premiership rugby to back Black Lives Matter upon return this weekend

Independent Wednesday, 12 August 2020
'I don't think anyone in our squad or across the Premiership is racist,' said Sale Sharks captain Jono Ross
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News video: Daly wants to support Black Lives Matter

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Saracens fullback Elliot Daly says he wants to show his support for the Black Lives Matter movement ahead of the resumption of the Premiership season.

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