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Chiefs bring in their All Blacks for Reds trial


Aaron Cruden will run the Chiefs backline against the Reds this week

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Article Published: Thursday 7 February 2013


The Chiefs have brought in a number of All Blacks for their Super Rugby trial match against the Reds at Stockland Stadium on the Sunshine Coast.

The Chiefs impressed in their opening Super Rugby trial match last week when they beat the Highlanders 36-14.

An extended squad has been named for the trial but players who have not been included are Brendon Leonard who sidelined for 4-6 weeks with a fractured cheek bone and Lelia Masaga who has a minor knee injury.

Prop Ben Afeaki is also out with an infected foot and Solomoana Sakalia is sick, but both are expected to return next week.

Chiefs

1. Toby Smith , 2. Mahonri Schwalger , 3. Ben Tameifuna , 4. Brodie Retallick , 5. Ross Filipo , 6. Liam Messam , 7. Sam Kane , 8. Fritz Lee , 9. Tawera Kerr-Barlow , 10. Aaron Cruden , 11. Andrew Horrell , 12. Charlie Ngatai , 13. Asaeli Tikoirotuma , 14. Patrick Osborne , 15. Tim Nanai-Williams

Replacement : 16. Hika Elliot , 17. Michael Kainga , 18. Michael Fitzgerald , 19. Tanerau Latimer , 20. August Pulu , 21. Gareth Anscombe , 22. Bundee Aki , 23. Maritino Nemani , 24. Matthew Vant Leven , 25. Nick Crosswell , 26. Pauliasi Manu

 
 
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