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    A welcome sight for the Chiefs - and for the All Blacks coaches

    A welcome sight for the Chiefs - and for the All Blacks coaches


    Sam Cane will return off the bench for the Chiefs for Saturday's Super Rugby derby against the Blues.

    It's his first match since he suffered a serious neck injury in the test against the Springboks in Pretoria last October.

    Chiefs assistant coach Tabai Matson says it's a great boost.

    He says he brings a real intensity of body and mind to training.

    The Chiefs have shuffled their forward pack due to injury, while there's four changes for the Blues including a first start of the year for lock Scott Scrafton .

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