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    Crusaders coach Scott Robertson's denying any element of complacency from his players following their tight 26-25 loss to the Chiefs in Hamilton

    Crusaders coach Scott Robertson's denying any element of complacency from his players following their tight 26-25 loss to the Chiefs in Hamilton


    The defending Super Rugby Aotearoa champions let slip leads of eight and six points in the second half, suffering their second loss in three games.

    Robertson says the competition's too tight for arrogance.



    The Crusaders remain top of the table, seven points ahead of the now second place Chiefs.

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