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    The Chiefs have suffered a 39-23 loss to the Highlanders in their opening Super Rugby Aotearoa match at Hamilton, despite being up 20-11 at halftime

    The Chiefs have suffered a 39-23 loss to the Highlanders in their opening Super Rugby Aotearoa match at Hamilton, despite being up 20-11 at halftime


    Coach Clayton McMillan says the visitors exploited missed tackles to score four tries in the second half.



    Highlanders wing Jona Nareki scored a hat-trick.

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