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80 That is that then. It looked like the Hurricanes were going to attempt to run it from their own 22 well into added on time. But in the end, Jane decided it was a suicide mission and plopped the ball out into touch. Full-time, 18-18! Next up we have the Brumbies v Rebels. Stay tuned!
78 The dying embers it is then. Play is bang on halfway with the Chiefs in possession. This Super Rugby game couldn't be any more all-square could it?!
76 What a nightmare for replacement scrum-half Kerr-Barlow. Just as the Chiefs looked to have a chance to strike from a counter-attack, he takes his eye off the ball at the base and subsequently fumbles. Frustrating stuff for both fans of the Chiefs and the neutral.
73 So then, from that fumble from Nonu, the Chiefs have themselves a chance to claim a late victory. Oh dear, a poor line-out foils that last statement and it will be a put-in for the Hurricanes instead. They'll want to get out of their own 22 pretty sharpish here...they do in the end.
70 What a finish we have in the offing here on this wet surface at Waikato Stadium. Leonard now leaves the field right before the Hurricanes make what could have been the match-winning break. It was the athletic Vito who made the initial bust and then a lovely back-door offload to Nonu wasn't held. He will be kicking himself for that one will the All Blacks centre.
68 CRUDEN PENALTY! 18-18! We could be level soon here as De Malmanche is pinged for handling on the ground at ruck-time. Step up Cruden with the kicking tee...no mistake.
65 The Chiefs look to use Sivivatu from first phase as he comes off his blindside wing. However, the recycled ball is fumbled forward by Leonard as we reach the 65-minute mark in this one. All to play for.
63 A couple of changes being made by the Chiefs sees Aled de Malmanche and Toby Smith on for Elliot and Nathan White. Some defending for them to do early on as the 'Canes throw in on their own ten-metre. Oh dear, it's a wild throw from Hore so we'll have a Chiefs scrummage now.
61 It might just get a whole lot better for the Hurricanes too as they shift the point of attack from touchline to touchline. They could be in here on the right wing through Savea...but he loses his balance and the ball close to the corner flag. Shame that, they deserved something for that pressure.
58 And that great escape grows in distance now following some Chiefs hands on the ground at ruck-time. Hore will subsequently throw in on halfway with just three points in what's been an intriguing second-half up until now.
56 Off the post! And the 'Canes clear to outside their own 22-metre line.
55 The lead could go out to six here after Jane rolled the dice in his own 22 by running and handing to Gear, who then got up when held. Net result, a shot at goal for Donald from wide out.
54 DONALD PENALTY! 18-15! Much-improved kicking display this week.
53 Much better from the Chiefs. Patient around the fringes with plenty of phases clocked up leads to a penalty, which they will...take a shot at goal with. Tough ask of Donald...
50 So, the Chiefs need to sort themselves out and quickly right now. They keep it tight and make some decent ground over halfway up to the ten metre so that will please Messam.
46 CRUDEN PENALTY! 15-15! Just like last week, the Hurricanes are enjoying a good second-half. Cruden knocks over the levelling three points so it's a tied ball-game in Hamilton
45 It gets worse for Elliot as he refuses to release the tackle player, Weepu, on the ground, which leads to Cruden pushing the 'Canes further downfield. Kahui is off for Jackson Willison.
44 CRUDEN CONVERSION! 15-12! Lovely kick from wide out.
43 GEAR TRY! 15-10! They have struck. It all came from a poor throw from Elliot and from turnover ball, Nonu broke the line and then the ball ended up in Gear's grasp. The rest is history.
Second-half Welcome back to Hamilton. No changes have been made at the break as the Hurricanes look to cut this ten-point lead early on.
Half time CHIEFS 15 - HURRICANES 5
40 That's it for the first half! It's been a bit scrappy it must be said, but that's no surprise considering the slippery conditions. The Chiefs have the lead but it's still anyone's game. We'll be back in ten...
39 Donald's conversion attempt is wide. But the Chiefs have a 10-point lead with half-time looming large.
37 TRY, CHIEFS, ROSS. 15-5. From a scrum under the Hurricanes posts, the Chiefs smash it up for two phases before Ross runs onto a pop pass at pace - you're not going to stop him with that kind of momentum from short range!
35 It's end to end stuff as the Hurricanes lose possession deep in the Chiefs 22. The ball is hacked ahead and the Chiefs have a golden opportunity under the Hurricanes under the Canes posts. No! Ross has knocked it on. We'll come back for an early advantage though.
33 It's not raining at the moment but the ground is very wet after loads of rain this week. A bit more kick tennis now. Oof! James Broadhurst hammers Leonard with a shoulder charge. The scrum-half felt that one.
31 It's like deja vu...Weepu sends a high ball up into the sky, Masaga is under it and charges 30m up field before his pass to Kahui goes to ground.
29 Crash balls seem to be the order of the day from the men in yellow, who are looking to punch holes in the Chiefs defence rather than go around it.
27 The pattern repeats itself. Cruden kicks and the Chiefs counter. It's Sivi this time who turns on the gas but he loses the ball in contact. Nonu pounces and get the 'Canes going forward just inside the Chiefs half.
26 Crudens sends bomb into the night sky. This time Masaga decides to keep ball in hand and comes on a rampaging run for 25m. The Chiefs try go wide but Sweeney is bundled into touch.
24 Masaga starts a bit of kick-tennis with Cruden but comes off second best. Muliaina takes control of the situation and make sure the ball gets to Donald, who finds touch near half-way.
22 Cruden's conversion attempt is wide. 10-5 to the Chiefs it remains.
21 TRY, HURRICANES, HORE. 10-5. The Hurricanes maul pays off this time as they rumble up from a line-out before the skipper detaches and muscles his way over!
19 What? Alapati Leiua takes the ball up to within a metre or two of the Chiefs tryline but the support is so slow to arrive the ball is turned over. Brendon Leonard finds touch.
17 Great work by Aaron Cruden, who rips the ball off Sivi then punts 60m up field. Isaac Ross get back but is forced to slide into touch. 'Canes back on the attack.
15 Possession is so slow for the Hurricanes at the breakdown. The Chiefs have got ages to organise on defence and are pushing up very fast.
13 The Hurricanes try keep it tight but they're being driven back. Turnover! That's sloppy from the visitors. Donald thumps it to touch.
11 Good news is both teams seem eager to play, despite the slippery conditions. Cruden finds touch from a penalty and the 'Canes can attack from a line-out on the Chiefs' 22.
9 PENALTY, CHIEFS, DONALD. 10-0. Donald splits the uprights from 40m out. The Hurricanes penalised for hands in the ruck.
7 The 'Canes try to maul it up but go nowhere. Weepu tries a high ball but Sitiveni Sivivatu grabs it at the second attempt. The Chiefs can clear and Donald sends play back into opposition territory.
5 Julian Savea chips ahead and chases down the touchline. Donald comes scampering back and knocks the ball out just in time - that was dangerous.
3 CONVERSION, DONALD. 7-0. Perfect start for the hosts.
2 TRY, CHIEFS, KAHUI. 5-0. Aaron Cruden is charged down by Craig Clarke on the half-way line. Donald hacks ahead and Kahui is the first of four Chiefs to get there and score!
Kick-off Here we go! Stephen Donald kicks us off. The 'Canes gather. No surprises as we see some early kicking.
Weather The bad news is it's pretty wet out there. It's a shame because these two sides are usually pretty good to chucking it around.
Wooden Spoon ? What's at stake today? Well, the losers are likely to finish bottom of the New Zealand conference. No one wants the wooden spoon!
Team news The Chiefs have made two injury enforced changes: Dwayne Sweeney replaces Tana Umaga at centre, while lock Isaac Ross comes in for Romana Graham in the second row.
Team news All Blacks prop Neemia Tialata will make his 100th Super Rugby appearance for the 'Canes. Ma'a Nonu has been named in the starting line-up despite being dumped for next season. In midfield he will be partnered by Alapati Leiua, who replaces the injured Conrad Smith.
Welcome Hello and welcome to Waikato Stadium in Hamilton. A Kiwi derby kicks off the Super Rugby action this weekend. Only the very brave will be willing to bet on the result here today...the Chiefs and Hurricanes have proved to be highly unpredictable this season! Kick-off is approaching, don't go away!
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