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    Chiefs coach Clayton McMillan will be forced into at least one change when he names his side this afternoon to play the Brumbies in the Super Round in Melbourne

    Chiefs coach Clayton McMillan will be forced into at least one change when he names his side this afternoon to play the Brumbies in the Super Round in Melbourne


    While playmaker Damian McKenzie has been cleared of serious injury following a rib-tickler in the first-up win over the Crusaders, he's not assured of being ready for Sunday.

    Midfielder Quinn Tupaea will definitely be staying home.



    All Super Rugby sides are named at 4pm.

    SUPER RUGBY COVERAGE WITH HABIT HEALTH. TACKLING ALL YOUR ACHES AND PAINS FROM SPORT AND WORK.

    © 2024 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

     Other Sports News
     21 Apr: The Mainland Tactix have weathered a third quarter fightback from the Stars to win their ANZ Premiership netball encounter in Christchurch 59-54
     21 Apr: Chinese swimming doping case sparks spat between global and US anti-doping agencies
     21 Apr: A hectic three years after the last Olympics has been capped off with a return to sport's biggest stage for New Zealand distance runner Camille French
     21 Apr: In rugby league's NRL, the Bulldogs have thrashed the Knights 36-12 at Stadium Australia
     21 Apr: Red Bull driver Max Verstappen will start in pole position as he hunts for a yet another win in this evening's Formula One Chinese Grand Prix
     21 Apr: Tactix coach Marianne Delaney-Hoshek's wary of the risk of her players being sent off in the coming rounds of the ANZ Premiership
     21 Apr: Warriors chief executive Cameron George is campaigning for Auckland to host a women's NRL magic round
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     Today's News

    Netball:
    The Mainland Tactix have weathered a third quarter fightback from the Stars to win their ANZ Premiership netball encounter in Christchurch 59-54 18:57

    International:
    Australia has a food allergy crisis impacting 10 per cent of infants, but critical research is underway 18:57

    Swimming:
    Chinese swimming doping case sparks spat between global and US anti-doping agencies 18:57

    Rugby:
    A hectic three years after the last Olympics has been capped off with a return to sport's biggest stage for New Zealand distance runner Camille French 18:37

    Rugby League:
    In rugby league's NRL, the Bulldogs have thrashed the Knights 36-12 at Stadium Australia 18:07

    Law and Order:
    The children of a Northland police officer killed when she was hit by a car while out walking her dogs in Helena Bay, near Whangarei, say their mother touched so many lives 17:27

    Motorsports:
    Red Bull driver Max Verstappen will start in pole position as he hunts for a yet another win in this evening's Formula One Chinese Grand Prix 16:57

    Accident and Emergency:
    One person is dead -- and seven others missing, after two Japanese navy helicopters are believed to have crashed into the sea, during a training exercise 16:17

    Rugby:
    Tactix coach Marianne Delaney-Hoshek's wary of the risk of her players being sent off in the coming rounds of the ANZ Premiership 15:27

    Rugby League:
    Warriors chief executive Cameron George is campaigning for Auckland to host a women's NRL magic round 15:27


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