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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby

    A home crowd but no advantage for the Chiefs

    A home crowd but no advantage for the Chiefs


    They've suffered a 26-14 loss to the Brumbies in Hamilton, in what's their first defeat in the 2020 Super Rugby season.

    Matters made worse with more injury woes for All Black Luke Jacobson.

    He managed just 11 minutes in his return from ongoing concussion issues after pulling his hamstring.

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     Other Rugby News
     13 Aug: A Wallabies great is calling for New Zealand and Australian Rugby bosses to kiss and make up
     13 Aug: Any English Premiership club unable to field a team because of positive covid-19 cases in their squad could be handed a 20-nil defeat when the season resumes this weekend
     12 Aug: The return to covid-19 level 3 in Auckland spells sporting uncertainty again
     12 Aug: The Crusaders are seeking "cultural advice" after damaging the custom-made Super Rugby Aotearoa trophy during celebrations after claiming the title at the weekend
     11 Aug: Scott Dixon's expecting a more sedate build-up to this year's Indy500
     10 Aug: Julian Savea's staying tight-lipped on which provincial team he plans to represent in this year's Mitre 10 Cup
     10 Aug: Crusaders prop Oli Jager has been cleared of a serious neck injury after Sunday's Super Rugby Aotearoa title-clinching win over the Highlanders in Christchurch
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    Rugby:
    A Wallabies great is calling for New Zealand and Australian Rugby bosses to kiss and make up 8:07

    Entertainment:
    Myleene Klass had a relaxed attitude to her figure after giving birth 8:01

    International:
    Russia's Sputnik coronavirus vaccine 'reckless' for skipping important phase III clinical trials, Australian experts say 7:57

    Rugby:
    Any English Premiership club unable to field a team because of positive covid-19 cases in their squad could be handed a 20-nil defeat when the season resumes this weekend 7:57

    Rugby League:
    Gold Coast prop Shannon Boyd has retired from the NRL to his family's farm in New South Wales 7:47

    Cricket:
    Pakistan cricketer Mohammad Hafeez will self-isolate until he tests negative for covid-19 7:37

    Entertainment:
    Miley Cyrus wants to "make sobriety a long-term lifestyle" 7:31

    Politics:
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    Accident and Emergency:
    A truck and motorbike have crashed on the Remutaka Hill - and the road is blocked 7:27


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