Bargain buys impressing in Super Rugby opening round

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Strong carries: Karmichael Hunt impressed on debut for NSW after two years in the wilderness

The Waratahs, Rebels and Brumbies could have the last laugh this season after paying bargain-basement prices for four of the standout players in the opening round of Super Rugby. International veterans Quade Cooper, Adam Ashley-Cooper, Karmichael Hunt and James Slipper are costing their new clubs $150,000 or less per year. All…

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The Waratahs, Rebels and Brumbies could have the last laugh this season after paying bargain-basement prices for four of the standout players in the opening round of Super Rugby. International veterans Quade Cooper, Adam Ashley-Cooper, Karmichael Hunt and James Slipper are costing their new clubs $150,000 or less per year. All…