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When the final whistle blew in the All Blacks’ final match of the Rugby World Cup, it brought with it more uncertainty than closure.
With a host of incumbent players moving on to greener pastures, the opportunity will be there for others to stake their claims to the open roles, or show they can cover there if need be, with the No 8 jersey front and centre.
But it won’t just be the trade No 8s who want to show their ability in the role. This season, the Chiefs will flirt with moving openside flanker Sam Cane from the side of the scrum to the back of it.
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